National Agency for Entrepreneurship Development and Support “ANADE (formerly ANSEJ) has accepted 210 additional files to compensate the debts of struggling enterprises, with an amount exceeding 29 billion centimes, after studying 500 files, according to a statement issued today by the delegate ministry in charge of micro-enterprises.
The same source explained that a seventh working session was held at the headquarters of the National Agency for Entrepreneurship Development and Support, which is made-up of representatives of the Joint Guarantee Fund to guarantee the risks of loans granted to young projects holders and the National Agency for Entrepreneurship Development and Support, which is entrusted with studying these files.
During this meeting, 500 files submitted by bank representatives were studied, and 210 files were accepted for compensation, amounting to more than 29 billion centimes, as part of the implementation of the new strategic axes taken to revive the National Agency for Entrepreneurship Development and Support, as well as sponsoring struggling micro-enterprises by compensating their debts or reviving their activities according to each case.
The ministry stated that 285 files have been postponed because the enterprises are operating to re-study them and provide them with the necessary support by the agency through the rescheduling of their debts and granting them planned workload to revive their activities through signed agreements.
In addition, the status of two files was finally settled by the owners of the small enterprises by paying their debts to the banks and the agency, according to the same source which mentioned that three files were returned to the banks for not meeting the compensation conditions.
The ministry indicated, on the occasion, that the number of struggling micro-enterprises whose files were studied during seven sessions amounted to 3,515 files.