The head of the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF), Alex Contreras, announced that the Council of Ministers approved this Wednesday, March 22, the supreme decree that allows the guarantee of the S/2,000 million of the Impulso Myperú program, which seeks to give loans with low interest rates to micro and small businesses (mypes).
“It has been approved, with the support of the Minister councilthe supreme decree that approves the guarantee of the Impulso Myperú program, which will give credits to mypes for S/2,000 million. It was approved today, as a matter of urgency, with the aim that the program begin to give the first credits very soon,” the official told the press.
Contreras Miranda explained that now it is necessary for confidential sign the contracts with the entities of the financial system so that they begin to place the guaranteed credits to the mypes.
“We hope that in a week or more, depending on how the process progresses, the credits can already be given to the mypes to continue promoting the reactivation,” confirmed the head of the MEF.
Finally, the Minister of Economy explained that a contingency line with CAF was also approved for eventual risks. “We are always at the MEF providing resources, but also having the possibility of bringing more resources in case they are needed,” he concluded.
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