HBOR has extended the moratorium for all tourism activities until 2021.

first_imgAll clients are allowed to use the moratorium for up to 7 months, ie until 30 September 9. For clients who have a positive COVID score according to the FINA methodology (or otherwise prove a drop in income) it is possible to use the moratorium for up to 2020 months , ie until 10 December 31. Clients engaged in tourism are allowed to use the moratorium for up to 12 months, ie until 2020 June 16. However, since the business of Croatian businessmen is still affected by the COVID-19 epidemic, HBOR has extended the moratorium, HBOR reports, pointing out that tourism activities allowed a moratorium of up to 16 months. “The use of the moratorium, which we made possible as a first measure, has so far been accepted by almost 1.500 HBOR clients. Since Croatian entrepreneurs are still suffering the economic consequences of the epidemic, and given the still difficult working conditions, it has been possible to extend the moratorium and introduce new conditions for the repayment of due obligations and reprograms.”Said Tamara Perko, President of the Management Board of HBOR. In addition to the moratorium, HBOR, with the introduced measure of rescheduling existing credit obligations, enabled entrepreneurs to extend the terms of use, waiting and repayment of loans. For reprogramming up to 6 months, entrepreneurs are exempted from paying the usual fees, and the new decision allows entrepreneurs from tourism activities to approve reprogramming for up to 16 months, also without paying fees.center_img In March, in order to mitigate the negative consequences of the COVID-19 epidemic, HBOR enabled its clients to reschedule loans and use the moratorium until 30 June 6, with the announced possibility of extension. HBOR will send a direct notification to the direct users of the loan on the conditions for extending the moratorium, as well as the consent form that the loan users will need to submit to HBOR, HBOR added.last_img read more

Trojans continue Pac-12 play against Stanford, Cal

first_imgFollowing a successful start to Pac-12 play, USC’s men’s tennis team will take on conference foes Stanford and California at Marks Stadium this weekend, marking the Trojans’ third and fourth Pac-12 matches of the season.Comeback kid · Junior Roberto Quiroz fought his way back into the national rankings this season after 10 consecutive singles victories. – Ralf Cheung | Daily TrojanThe Trojans (20-2, 2-0) have won 11 consecutive matches, and look to continue their streak against the No. 52 Cardinal (9-2, 2-0) and the No. 18 Bears (12-3, 2-0).After a brief stint atop the national rankings, the Trojans enter this weekend’s conference matchups at No. 2 in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s national team rankings.Senior captain Ray Sarmiento leads USC in individual rankings with the No. 3 spot in the nation, a career high for the Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. native.Following in Sarmiento’s footsteps are No. 12-ranked junior Yannick Hanfmann, No. 44-ranked junior Jonny Wang, No. 56-ranked junior Roberto Quiroz and No. 100-ranked sophomore Max de Vroome. Hanfmann is ranked 12th in the country, while Wang, Quiroz and de Vroome are ranked 44th, 56th and 100th, respectively.Sarmiento and Hanfmann have climbed up to the No. 5 spot in the doubles rankings together, while senior Michael Grant and freshman Nick Crystal are ranked No. 60.Crystal has been partnering up with Quiroz lately, and the duo has yet to lose a match.The two were instrumental in USC’s success last weekend, a road trip during which they took home 6-1 wins against Oregon and Washington. The Trojans insist that they will keep their competitive juices flowing against the Cardinal and the Bears.“We try to prepare mentally for each match the same way and make sure we are 100 percent ready to go every match,” Sarmiento said.Stanford, California and USC are all 2-0 in Pac-12 play, with the Cardinal and Golden Bears both racking up wins over Utah and Arizona last week.Stanford boasts the No. 55-ranked singles player in the nation in Maciek Romanowicz, but has no ranked doubles teams. Cal, on the other hand, has two ranked singles players in No. 70 Ben McLachlan and No. 89 Campbell Johnson. The Bears also can claim two ranked doubles teams: Gregory Bayane and Chase Melton are ranked No. 14 and McLachlan and Andre Goransson are ranked No. 67.“Right now, Cal is better because of the [rankings] but Stanford has [its] history and we can’t underestimate [that],” junior Roberto Quiroz said.Indeed, the Cardinal have won 17 national championships in men’s tennis, just behind the Trojans, who have earned 20 national titles — the most of any team in the country. Stanford is also the only men’s tennis team other than USC to have won the national championship four years in a row.Though Stanford has fallen out of the national spotlight recently, the Trojans still treat each matchup with respect and look at each as a learning opportunity.“Going into this weekend, we just want to keep getting better as a team and make sure we continue to do our jobs individually,” Sarmiento said. “These are just matches that [give] us an opportunity to keep our momentum and move forward.”Moving forward will be important for Sarmiento, who lost both of his singles matches last weekend — his first back-to-back losses of the season.The losses brought Sarmiento’s total record to 18-7 overall on the season, and 10-2 in dual match play. Quiroz, along with de Vroome and junior Eric Johnson, has reached the 20-win club in singles play this season, with Johnson and de Vroome each earning 21 wins. Quiroz has also strung together an impressive 10-match winning streak in singles.This year, the team is trying to rise above and beyond in the Pac-12 conference.“The goal is to give [ourselves] a chance to win the NCAA [Tournament],” Quiroz said. “And yes, I see the team very [focused] on our goals.”The Trojans face the Cardinal today at 1:30 p.m. and the Bears on Saturday at 1:00 p.m. in Marks Stadium.last_img read more