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  • 113-06-06
    第642號  Agricultural Finance Agency , Ministry of Agriculture (the AFNA) has released that total deposits extended by the current 311 Credit Departments of Farmers' and Fishermen's Associations decreased by NT$ 3.2 billion (US$0.098 billion) from NT$2,251.6 billion (US$69.191 billion) of the previous month and amounted to NT$2,248.4 billion (US$69.092 billion). Total outstanding loans increased by NT$11.2 billion (US$0.344 billion) from NT$1,426.6 billion (US$43.839 billion) of the previous month and amounted to NT$1,437.8 billion (US$44.183 billion) at the end of April 2024. Meanwhile, the NPLs of these credit departments totaled at NT$4.012 billion (US$0.1233 billion) which increased by NT$ 0.116 billion (US$0.0036 billion) from NT$3.896 billion (US$0.1197 billion) at the end of the previous month. The average NPL ratio of these credit departments increased by 0.01 percentage points and therefore rose to a figure of 0.28% from 0.27% of the previous month. Of the 311 credit departments , 272 NPL ratio of less than 1%, of which 41 had NPL ratio of 0%, indicating that loan quality was quite high. The coverage ratios of allowances for NPLs decreased by 34.21 percentage points and therefore fell to a figure of 1,236.32% from 1,270.53% of the previous month. The AFNA will continue to maintain a firm grasp of the operational situation at credit departments, and will strengthen oversight and guidance work to continue to assist credit departments to ensure sound operations, and to maintain the stable development of agricultural finance.  Note: 2024/4/30 US$≒NT$32.542
  • 113-05-08
    第636號  Agricultural Finance Agency , Ministry of Agriculture (the AFNA) has released that total deposits extended by the current 311 Credit Departments of Farmers' and Fishermen's Associations increased by NT$ 1.2 billion (US$0.038 billion) from NT$2,250.4 billion (US$70.347 billion) of the previous month and amounted to NT$2,251.6 billion (US$70.384 billion). Total outstanding loans increased by NT$8.2 billion (US$0.256 billion) from NT$1,418.4 billion (US$44.339 billion) of the previous month and amounted to NT$1,426.6 billion (US$44.595 billion) at the end of March 2024. Meanwhile, the NPLs of these credit departments totaled at NT$3.896 billion (US$0.1218 billion) which increased by NT$ 0.263 billion (US$0.0082 billion) from NT$3.633 billion (US$0.1136 billion) at the end of the previous month. The average NPL ratio of these credit departments increased by 0.01 percentage points and therefore rose to a figure of 0.27% from 0.26% of the previous month. Of the 311 credit departments , 272 NPL ratio of less than 1%, of which 39 had NPL ratio of 0%, indicating that loan quality was quite high. The coverage ratios of allowances for NPLs decreased by 90.52 percentage points and therefore fell to a figure of 1,270.53% from 1,361.05% of the previous month. The AFNA will continue to maintain a firm grasp of the operational situation at credit departments, and will strengthen oversight and guidance work to continue to assist credit departments to ensure sound operations, and to maintain the stable development of agricultural finance.  Note: 2024/3/29 US$≒NT$31.990
  • 113-04-03
     Agricultural Finance Agency , Ministry of Agriculture (the AFNA) has released that total deposits extended by the current 311 Credit Departments of Farmers' and Fishermen's Associations increased by NT$ 4.1 billion (US$0.13 billion) from NT$2,246.3 billion (US$71.137 billion) of the previous month and amounted to NT$2,250.4 billion (US$71.267 billion). Total outstanding loans increased by NT$2 billion (US$0.063 billion) from NT$1,416.4 billion (US$44.855 billion) of the previous month and amounted to NT$1,418.4 billion (US$44.919 billion) at the end of February 2024. Meanwhile, the NPLs of these credit departments totaled at NT$3.633 billion (US$0.1151 billion) which increased by NT$ 0.118 billion (US$0.0037 billion) from NT$3.515 billion (US$0.1113 billion) at the end of the previous month. The average NPL ratio of these credit departments increased by 0.01 percentage points and therefore rose to a figure of 0.26% from 0.25% of the previous month , and kept flat at 0.26% the same month last year. Of the 311 credit departments , 276 NPL ratio of less than 1%, of which 43 had NPL ratio of 0%, indicating that loan quality was quite high. The coverage ratios of allowances for NPLs decreased by 43.79 percentage points and therefore fell to a figure of 1,361.05% from 1,404.84% of the previous month. The AFNA will continue to maintain a firm grasp of the operational situation at credit departments, and will strengthen oversight and guidance work to continue to assist credit departments to ensure sound operations, and to maintain the stable development of agricultural finance.  Note: 2024/2/29 US$≒NT$31.577
  • 113-03-04
     Agricultural Finance Agency , Ministry of Agriculture (the AFNA) has released that total deposits extended by the current 311 Credit Departments of Farmers' and Fishermen's Associations decreased by NT$ 3.9 billion (US$0.125 billion) from NT$2,250.2 billion (US$71.889 billion) of the previous month and amounted to NT$2,246.3 billion (US$71.764 billion). Total outstanding loans increased by NT$13.4 billion (US$0.428 billion) from NT$1,403 billion (US$44.823 billion) of the previous month and amounted to NT$1,416.4 billion (US$45.251 billion) at the end of January 2024. Meanwhile, the NPLs of these credit departments totaled at NT$3.515 billion (US$0.1123 billion) which increased by NT$ 0.075 billion (US$0.0024 billion) from NT$3.44 billion (US$0.1099 billion) at the end of the previous month. The average NPL ratio of these credit departments kept flat at 0.25%, and was down by 0.02 percentage points compared to the same month last year. Of the 311 credit departments , 277 NPL ratio of less than 1%, of which 47 had NPL ratio of 0%, indicating that loan quality was quite high. The coverage ratios of allowances for NPLs decreased by 28.79 percentage points and therefore fell to a figure of 1,404.84% from 1,433.63% of the previous month. The AFNA will continue to maintain a firm grasp of the operational situation at credit departments, and will strengthen oversight and guidance work to continue to assist credit departments to ensure sound operations, and to maintain the stable development of agricultural finance.  Note: 2024/1/31 US$≒NT$31.301
  • 113-02-05
     Agricultural Finance Agency , Ministry of Agriculture (the AFNA) has released that total deposits extended by the current 311 Credit Departments of Farmers' and Fishermen's Associations increased by NT$50.1 billion (US$1.63 billion) from NT$2,200.1 billion (US$71.58 billion) of the previous year and amounted to NT$2,250.2 billion (US$73.21 billion). Total outstanding loans increased by NT$86.7 billion (US$2.82 billion) from NT$1,316.3 billion (US$42.83 billion) of the previous year and amounted to NT$1,403 billion (US$45.65 billion) at the end of 2023. Meanwhile, the NPLs of these credit departments totaled at NT$3.44 billion (US$0.112 billion) which decreased by NT$0.007 billion (US$0.0002 billion) from NT$3.447 billion (US$0.1122 billion) at the end of the previous year. The average NPL ratio of these credit departments decreased by 0.01 percentage points and therefore fell to a figure of 0.25% from 0.26% of the previous year. Of the 311 credit departments , 273 had NPL ratios of less than 1%, of which 47 had NPL ratios of 0%, indicating that loan quality was quite high. The coverage ratios of allowances for NPLs increased by 136.5 percentage points and therefore rose to a figure of 1,433.63% from 1,297.13% of the previous year. Meanwhile, the profit increased by NT$1.577 billion (US$0.051 billion) from NT$6.114 billion (US$0.199 billion) of the previous year and amounted to NT$7.691 billion (US$0.25 billion) at the end of 2023. According to the above figures as of the end of 2023, the operational structure of credit departments has significantly improved. The AFNA will continue to maintain a firm grasp of the operational situation at credit departments, and will strengthen oversight and guidance work to continue to assist credit departments to ensure sound operations, and to maintain the stable development of agricultural finance.  Note: 2023/12/29 US$≒NT$ 30.735
  • 113-01-04
    第619號 Agricultural Finance Agency , Ministry of Agriculture (the AFNA) has released that total deposits extended by the current 311 Credit Departments of Farmers' and Fishermen's Associations increased by NT$ 7.7 billion (US$0.246 billion) from NT$2,226 billion (US$71.209 billion) of the previous month and amounted to NT$2,233.7 billion (US$71.455 billion). Total outstanding loans increased by NT$15.1 billion (US$0.483 billion) from NT$1,375.1 billion (US$43.989 billion) of the previous month and amounted to NT$1,390.2 billion (US$44.472 billion) at the end of November 2023. Meanwhile, the NPLs of these credit departments totaled at NT$3.618 billion (US$0.1157 billion) which decreased by NT$ 0.158 billion (US$0.0051 billion) from NT$3.776 billion (US$0.1208 billion) at the end of the previous month. The average NPL ratio of these credit departments decreased by 0.01 percentage points and therefore fell to a figure of 0.26% from 0.27% of the previous month, and was down by 0.03 percentage points compared to the same month last year. Of the 311 credit departments , 269 NPL ratio of less than 1%, of which 44 had NPL ratio of 0%, indicating that loan quality was quite high. The coverage ratios of allowances for NPLs increased by 56.31 percentage points and therefore rose to a figure of 1,273.71% from 1,217.40% of the previous month. The AFNA will continue to maintain a firm grasp of the operational situation at credit departments, and will strengthen oversight and guidance work to continue to assist credit departments to ensure sound operations, and to maintain the stable development of agricultural finance.  Note: 2023/11/30 US$≒NT$31.260
  • 112-12-06
    第611號   Agricultural Finance Agency , Ministry of Agriculture (the AFNA) has released that total deposits extended by the current 311 Credit Departments of Farmers' and Fishermen's Associations decreased by NT$ 4.7 billion (US$0.145 billion) from NT$2,230.7 billion (US$68.808 billion) of the previous month and amounted to NT$2,226 billion (US$68.663 billion). Total outstanding loans increased by NT$5.1 billion (US$0.157 billion) from NT$1,370 billion (US$42.259 billion) of the previous month and amounted to NT$1,375.1 billion (US$42.416 billion) at the end of October 2023. Meanwhile, the NPLs of these credit departments totaled at NT$3.776 billion (US$0.1165 billion) which decreased by NT$ 0.01 billion (US$0.0003 billion) from NT$3.786 billion (US$0.1168 billion) at the end of the previous month. The average NPL ratio of these credit departments decreased by 0.01 percentage points and therefore fell to a figure of 0.27% from 0.28% of the previous month, and was down by 0.02 percentage points compared to the same month last year.  Of the 311 credit departments , 270 NPL ratio of less than 1%, of which 43 had NPL ratio of 0%, indicating that loan quality was quite high. The coverage ratios of allowances for NPLs increased by 9.37 percentage points and therefore rose to a figure of 1,217.40% from 1,208.03% of the previous month.  The AFNA will continue to maintain a firm grasp of the operational situation at credit departments, and will strengthen oversight and guidance work to continue to assist credit departments to ensure sound operations, and to maintain the stable development of agricultural finance.   Note: 2023/10/31 US$≒NT$32.419
  • 112-11-06
    第607號 Agricultural Finance Agency , Ministry of Agriculture (the AFNA) has released that total deposits extended by the current 311 Credit Departments of Farmers' and Fishermen's Associations increased by NT$ 4.8 billion (US$0.149 billion) from NT$2,225.9 billion (US$68.982 billion) of the previous month and amounted to NT$2,230.7 billion (US$69.130 billion). Total outstanding loans increased by NT$12.1 billion (US$0.375 billion) from NT$1,357.9 billion (US$42.082 billion) of the previous month and amounted to NT$1,370 billion (US$42.457 billion) at the end of September 2023. Meanwhile, the NPLs of these credit departments totaled at NT$3.786 billion (US$0.1173 billion) which increased by NT$ 0.02 billion (US$0.0006 billion) from NT$3.766 billion (US$0.1167 billion) at the end of the previous month. The average NPL ratio of these credit departments kept flat at 0.28%, and was down by 0.01 percentage points compared to the same month last year. Of the 311 credit departments , 271 NPL ratio of less than 1%, of which 45 had NPL ratio of 0%, indicating that loan quality was quite high. The coverage ratios of allowances for NPLs decreased by 0.57 percentage points and therefore fell to a figure of 1,208.03% from 1,208.60% of the previous month. The AFNA will continue to maintain a firm grasp of the operational situation at credit departments, and will strengthen oversight and guidance work to continue to assist credit departments to ensure sound operations, and to maintain the stable development of agricultural finance.  Note: 2023/9/28 US$≒NT$32.268
  • 112-10-04
    第603號 Agricultural Finance Agency , Ministry of Agriculture (the AFNA) has released that total deposits extended by the current 311 Credit Departments of Farmers' and Fishermen's Associations increased by NT$ 1.9 billion (US$0.059 billion) from NT$2,224 billion (US$69.819 billion) of the previous month and amounted to NT$2,225.9 billion (US$69.878 billion). Total outstanding loans increased by NT$7.8 billion (US$0.245 billion) from NT$1,350.1 billion (US$42.384 billion) of the previous month and amounted to NT$1,357.9 billion (US$42.629 billion) at the end of August 2023. Meanwhile, the NPLs of these credit departments totaled at NT$3.766 billion (US$0.1182 billion) which increased by NT$ 0.005 billion (US$0.0001 billion) from NT$3.761 billion (US$0.1181 billion) at the end of the previous month. The average NPL ratio of these credit departments kept flat at 0.28% at the previous month and the same month last year. Of the 311 credit departments , 272 NPL ratio of less than 1%, of which 47 had NPL ratio of 0%, indicating that loan quality was quite high. The coverage ratios of allowances for NPLs increased by 2.67 percentage points and therefore rose to a figure of 1,208.60% from 1,205.93% of the previous month. The AFNA will continue to maintain a firm grasp of the operational situation at credit departments, and will strengthen oversight and guidance work to continue to assist credit departments to ensure sound operations, and to maintain the stable development of agricultural finance.  Note: 2023/8/31 US$≒NT$31.854
  • 112-09-05
    第594號 Agricultural Finance Agency , Ministry of Agriculture (the AFNA) has released that total deposits extended by the current 311 Credit Departments of Farmers' and Fishermen's Associations increased by NT$ 3.6 billion (US$0.115 billion) from NT$2,220.4 billion (US$70.645 billion) of the previous month and amounted to NT$2,224 billion (US$70.760 billion). Total outstanding loans increased by NT$10.5 billion (US$0.334 billion) from NT$1,339.6 billion (US$42.622 billion) of the previous month and amounted to NT$1,350.1 billion (US$42.956 billion) at the end of July 2023. Meanwhile, the NPLs of these credit departments totaled at NT$3.761 billion (US$0.120 billion) which increased by NT$ 0.068 billion (US$0.002 billion) from NT$3.693 billion (US$0.118 billion) at the end of the previous month. The average NPL ratio of these credit departments kept flat at 0.28% at the previous month and the same month last year. Of the 311 credit departments , 274 NPL ratio of less than 1%, of which 43 had NPL ratio of 0%, indicating that loan quality was quite high. The coverage ratios of allowances for NPLs decreased by 18.47 percentage points and therefore fell to a figure of 1,205.93% from 1,224.40% of the previous month. The AFNA will continue to maintain a firm grasp of the operational situation at credit departments, and will strengthen oversight and guidance work to continue to assist credit departments to ensure sound operations, and to maintain the stable development of agricultural finance.  Note: 2023/7/31 US$≒NT$31.430
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