As of December 31, 2011, the Undersecretariat of Treasury has released data on Treasury receivables arising from Treasury guarantees and lending loans. Accordingly, at the end of December, Treasury receivables were 24 billion 474.3 million TL. 8 billion 606.1 million TL of this receivable consisted of overdue debts and 15 billion 868.2 million TL of unpaid debts.
As of the end of December, the collection of Treasury receivables was 3.8 billion TL. The highest share in the treasury receivables stock consisted of the debts of the local administrations with TL 15 billion 81.5 million. 7 billion 902 million TL of the local government debts consisted of overdue debts.
ANKARA METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITY'S OVERDUE DEBT DEBT 2.4 BILLION TL
7 billion 902 million TL of the overdue debts of local administrations amounting to 2 billion 415.5 million TL originated from Ankara Metropolitan Municipality. The total debt of Ankara Metropolitan Municipality was 2 billion 576.8 million TL. Including the overdue debts of ASKİ and Ankara Ego General Directorate, the total overdue debt of Ankara Metropolitan Municipality has increased to 2011 billion 4 million TL by the end of 494.3 and the total debt has reached 4 billion 862.9 million TL.
Overdue debt of Kocaeli (Izmit) Metropolitan Municipality was realized as 1 billion 941.8 million TL and total and overdue debt of 5 billion 186.9 million TL. Thus, Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality took the first place among the municipalities with the most debts among the local administrations. Ankara Metropolitan Municipality took this. Maric Marmaris, İçmelerThe total debt of Armutalan Municipality was 1 billion 300.8 million TL.
4.8 BILLION TL RECEIVED BY TREASURY FROM THE KITS
After the local administrations, it was observed that SEEs took an important place among the Treasury receivables. As of December, it was determined that the Treasury's receivables from SEEs will total 4 billion 842.1 million TL. The TL 630.3 million of debt of SOEs term debt consisted of the past and all of these debts from the Republic of Turkey State Railways (TCDD) was due. TCDD ranked first with a debt of 1 billion 717 million TL in total, overdue and unpaid debts. This was followed by the Turkish Grain Board with 1 billion 664 million TL and Elektrik Üretim A.Ş. with 1 billion 181 million TL.
Source : internethaber