Foreign debt of Kazakhstan decreases by 0.9% through Q1 to USD 110.73bn.

By bne IntelliNews July 1, 2010
Kazakhstan's foreign debt decreased by 0.9% through Q1 to USD 110.73bn, the National Bank has informed. The state and state-guaranteed debt accounts for a 3.7% share in total foreign debt. It means that the share of state and state-guaranteed debt widened, as of Jan 1 it stood at 3.3%. The share of intercompany foreign debt made up 46.2% as of Apr 1 in comparison to 43.5% as of Jan 1. The ratio of gross foreign debt to GDP made up 97.8% as of Apr 1 while it made up 102.4% as of Jan 11.

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