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NOvember 27 (SeeNews) - Moldova's foreign debt fell to $1.746 billion (1.176 billion euro) at the end of October from $1.749 billion a month earlier, the country's central bank, BNM, said on Tuesday.
Moldova's debt to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) rose to $159.83 million in October from $158.35 million a month earlier as a result of the depreciation of the U.S. dollar to the Special Drawing Rights (SDR), the BNM said in a monthly bulletin.
The exchange rate averaged $1.57 per SDR at the end of October from $1.55 per SDR at the end of September.
The end-of-month foreign debt figures released by the BNM exclude trade credits, non-resident deposits in Moldovan banks and local currency in possession of non-residents. The BNM releases figures for those liabilities quarterly, in a balance of payments reports.
The central bank does not comment on changes in state and private foreign debt figures.
Details follow (in millions of U.S. dollars):
NOTE: Moldova's foreign debt includes state debt, which comprises liabilities to the IMF, government debt and private sector debt guaranteed by the government, as well as debt accrued by the country's private sector without government guarantees.
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