National Bank of Georgia reported that mortgage loans, issued in foreign currency as of December 31, 2013 , amounted to equivalent of 4.03 billion lari. The volume has increased by 10.8% year-on-year. At that, legal entities accounted for 62.56% (2.52 billion lari, year-on-year growth – 11.3%). The remained equivalent of 1.51 billion lari was issued to private individuals (growth – 9.96%). Volume of mortgage loans, issued in national currency, amounted to 1.15 billion lari (growth – 73.96%). At that, legal entities accounted for 53.38% (616.61 million lari, growth – 38.83%), while private individuals – for the rest 538.54 million lari (growth – 2.44 times).
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