Georgia's public external debt declined in March

Georgia's public external debt declined in March

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Georgia’s external debt declined by $ 60 million in March compared to February and as of March 31, 2019 amounted to $ 5,388 million.

Georgia’s foreign liabilities increased by $ 100 million in one year .

According to Ministry of Finance, the country owes $ 3,775 billion towards the international institutions. Georgia has a debt of $ 945.6 million towards 17 bilateral creditors. The volume of foreign debt, received from state securities, totals  $ 500 million.




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