EMI vehicles in RBI could provide Rs 2.1 trn of liquidity to companies: The report

The report states that the Reserve Bank of India will impose a three-month liquidity ban on Rs 2.1 trillion if all housing companies benefit from & # 39;

The results of the Crisil Ratings are based on an assessment of 9,300 non-profit sector companies across 100 departments.

She said sectors with high potential, such as electricity, telecommunications, roads, clothing and fertilizer, would be the most productive & account for about 47 percent of the total available.

Hay & # 39; s rating has announced an RBI interest rate and maximum obligation between March 1st and 31st May 2020, equating to a breather of Rs 2.10 trillion if all companies prefer, " The review stated in a report.

The money came after taking into account the total and reduced interest rates over the course of three months, it said.

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While the motion offers many benefits, the payment of actual wages depends on the available resources on payday, she said.

Technology consulting firms and automakers have a much lower capability than the moratorium, the report said.

But they typically maintain high liquidity, which can be used to pay salaries, agency & # 39; s rating says.

All companies will benefit from the moratorium as the average cover is 0.65 at the time. About 40 percent of them have even taken more than one time, which shows that the benefits of bananas outweigh the costs of workers during the strike, ”said senior director and chief analyst Subodh Rai.

Shirkadahaani came from sectors such as electric power, agricultural production and trade, and have the resources to high, which heightens the benefits & # 39; benefits they receive from the moratorium, but some low cost labor costs, Rai said.

The report said that selling cars could face wage challenges even though they were unusually profitable in the area.