Undersecretariat of Treasury, 31 December As of 2011, the Treasury announced its data regarding the Treasury receivables and the loans received from the loans granted by the loan. Accordingly, at the end of December, Treasury receivables were 24 billion 474.3 million TL. 8 billion 606.1 million of this receivable consisted of overdue payables, and 15 billion 868.2 million TL consisted of unpaid debts.
As of the end of December, the collection of Treasury receivables was realized as 3.8 billion TL. The highest share in the treasury stock was composed of debts of local administrations with the amount of 15 billion 81.5 million TL. 7 billion 902 million of local government debts were overdue debts.
ANKARA METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITY PAST TENDER 2.4 BILLION TL
7 billion 902 million TL of overdue debts of local administrations for 2 billion 415.5 million TL originated from Ankara Metropolitan Municipality. The total debt of the Ankara Metropolitan Municipality was 2 billion 576.8 million TL. When the overdue payables of ASKİ and Ankara Ego General Directorate are included, the overdue total debt of the Ankara Metropolitan Municipality has reached to 2011 billion 4 million TL as of the end of 494.3 and the total outstanding 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, İçmeler, Armutalan Municipality's total debt is 1 billion 300.8 million TL.
4.8 BILLION TL FROM THE KITS
SEEs have an important place among Treasury receivables after local administrations. As of December, the total amount of Treasury's SEEs will be 4 billion 842.1 million TL. 630.3 million TL of the 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 was the first in terms of total debts with maturities of 1 billion 717 million TL. This was followed by the Turkish Grain Board (1 billion 664 million TL), 1 (billion) 181 million TL (Turkish Electricity Generation Inc.).
Source : internethaber