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Serbia's central govt debt narrows to 67.1%/GDP at end-May - table

Serbia's central govt debt narrows to 67.1%/GDP at end-May - table Debts (Author: investopedia.com) License: all rights reserved.

BELGRADE (Serbia), June 30 (SeeNews) - Serbia's central government debt has decreased to 24.1 billion euro ($27.5 billion) at end-May from 24.8 billion euro at the end of December, according to finance ministry data.

The debt was equivalent to 67.1% of the projected 2017 gross domestic product (GDP), down from 73.0% at the end of 2016.

Including non-guaranteed debt of local governments, the general government public debt stood at 24.4 billion euro.

Details follow (in millions of euro):

  end-May end-December
Direct liabilities 22,072 22,676
 - internal debt 8,872 8,768
 - external debt 13,200 13,908
Indirect liabilities 1,987 2,144
 - internal debt 325 382
 - external debt 1,662 1,763
Central govt public debt 24,059 24,820

($ = 0.877193 euro)

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