Coronavirus shutdown puts Rs 15-trillion debt at risk, to impact finances

These 201 indebted firms paid Rs 1.1 trillion as interest in April-December 2019

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The latest Reserve Bank of India (RBI) dispensation allowing three months moratorium on interest payments by borrowers will allow these companies to delay Rs 35,000 crore of interest payment.

More than half of all borrowings, worth nearly Rs 15 trillion,  by listed non-financial companies are in the danger zone due to the coronavirus (Covid-19) lockdown and its adverse impact

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First Published: Mar 29 2020 | 8:53 PM IST

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