Other ADB Members
Sum of Measures 1—5 (Total Package)
|Measure||Amount (Local)||Amount (USD)||Details||Update||Source|
|01 - Liquidity Support info_outline||EUR1,000,000,000||USD1,106,194,690|
|01A - Short-term lending info_outline||EUR1,000,000,000||USD1,106,194,690||
July 7, EUR1 billion new credit line for micro and small businesses.
|01B - Support policies for short-term lending info_outline|
|01C - Forex operations info_outline|
|02 - Credit creation info_outline||EUR3,863,000,000||USD4,273,230,088|
|02A - Financial sector lending/funding info_outline|
|02B - Support policies for long-term lending info_outline||
No amount/estimate: (i) The Banco de Portugal (BdP) has relaxed some aspects of its macroprudential measures for consumer credit; (ii) Series of measures directed to less significant banks under its supervision: (a) the possibility to temporarily operate below selected capital and liquidity requirements; (b) a recommendation to restrict dividend distributions; (c) extension of deadlines of some reporting obligations, (d) rescheduling of on-site inspections and the stress test exercise; (ii) June, new consumer credit (maturities up to 2 years), granted between 1/4-30/9 to mitigate households’ temporary liquidity shortages will not have to comply with the DSTI ratio threshold.
|02C - Loan guarantees||EUR3,863,000,000||USD4,273,230,088||
(i) Direct state guaranteed credit support to companies that are most affected (EUR400 million) and for microenterprises in the tourism sector (EUR60 million); (ii) State guaranteed credit through the banking system: for restaurants (EUR600 million, EUR270 million for SMEs), tourism (EUR200 million, EUR75 million for SME), tourism accommodation (EUR900 million, EUR300 million for SME), industry (EUR1,300 million, EUR400 million for SME), fishing and aquiculture sectors (EUR20 million). Increased ceilings for export credit insurance schemes for metallurgic, mould, metal and mechanical industries (EUR100 million), construction abroad (EUR100 million), short-term exports (EUR50 million); (iii) August 18, EUR133 million in public guarantee on temporary loan for urgent liquidity needs of SATA airline.
|03 - Direct long-term lending info_outline||EUR1,220,000,000||USD1,349,557,522|
|03A - Long-term lending info_outline||EUR1,220,000,000||USD1,349,557,522||
(i) July 2, EUR1.2 billion Loan to TAP (airline); (ii) September 17, EUR20 million subsidized credit line for producers of cut flowers and ornamental plant affected by COVID-19. [update]
|03B - Forbearance||
(i) No amount/estimate: Rescheduling of banking loans, with maturities extended due in the next 6 months until 30/9, with a moratory on capital and interest, and maturities extended for extra 6 months, applicable to (a) housing credit for families most affected (unemployed, laid-off, in prophylactic isolation or ill due to COVID-19) and (b) loans to firms, self-employed and social institutions; (ii) No amount/estimate: June, BdP implemented EBA Guidelines on legislative and non-legislative moratoria on loan repayments, with conditions not to trigger default of obligor and assessment of distressed restructuring.
|04 - Equity support info_outline||EUR55,000,000||USD60,840,708||
July 2, EUR55 million, government will buy shares of TAP (airline) reaching 72.5% in its capital.
|05 - Government support to income/revenue||EUR8,097,400,000||USD8,957,300,885|
|05A - Health||EUR730,400,000||USD807,964,602||
(i) March 12, EUR296 million to increase the capacity of the health sector; (ii) May 14, over EUR400 million per month (0.2% GDP) of additional resources for the national health service; (iv) August 10, EUR8.4 million to double virus testing capacity; (iv) August 20, EUR26 million for intensive care medicine.
|05B - Non-health||EUR7,367,000,000||USD8,149,336,283||
(i) EUR1 billion per month (0.5% GDP) in financial support for those temporarily furloughed by their employer; (ii) EUR6.2 billion (3.2% GDP) of (within-year) tax and social security contribution deferrals for companies and employees; (iii) No amount/estimate: Additional financial support is also provided for: the self-employed affected by the virus; people forced to stay home to care for children, and; those sick or in isolation; (iv) EUR25 million fiscal package to support the entrepreneurship ecosystem; (v) No amount/estimate: June 18, extension on the existing measures for maintaining jobs in companies suffering from the COVID-19 crisis. Moreover, two more instruments are created: (a) compensation for workers with wages below certain minimum and b) incentives for companies to reincorporate workers; (vi) June 21, EUR10 million grants for social companies to hire new employees and adapting to COVID-19; (vii) June 30, EUR125 million to increase investment in education; (viii) July 27, EUR7 milllion puchase of protective equipment for schools.
|06 - Budget reallocation info_outline|
|07 - Central bank financing government|
|07A - Direct lending & reserve drawdown|
|07B - Secondary purchase: government securities|
|08 - International Assistance Received|
|08A - Swaps info_outline|
|08B - International loans/grants|
|08B1 - Asian Development Bank|
|08B2 - Other|
|09 - International Assistance Provided|
|09A - Swaps info_outline|
|09B - International loans/grants|
|10 - No breakdown||EUR2,100,000,000||USD2,323,008,850||
As of April 20, a EUR13 billion liquidity scheme, approved by European Commission, is available to provide direct grants and public guarantee loans to companies. Key measures include: (a) EUR1 billion a month financial support (see Non-health in Measure 5); (b) EUR3.7 billion of state-guaranteed credit lines (see Loan guarantees in Measure 2); (c) EUR6.2 billion of (within-year) tax and social security contribution deferrals for companies and employees. Out of EUR13 billion, allocation for EUR2.1 billion is not clear.
|11 - Other Economic Measures|
|12 - Non-Economic Measures||
(i) Public containment has been implemented on the 19th of March after the announcement of the State of Emergency on the 18th of March; (ii) Border control with Spain through mutual agreement started on 17th of March. Suspended air, rail, and river connections; (iii) Suspension of all face-to-face school activities (teaching and non-teaching) from 16th of March to be reassessed on 9th of April; (iv) Closure of non-essential shops, and all national monuments and places of cultural activities (both public and private); (v) classes restarted on April 14 for high school, while TV schooling for primary education; (vi) From May 4, confinement measures have been eased. Small street shops, hairdressers, bookstores and car dealerships can reopen.