Poland's foreign debt rises to EUR 205.47bn at end Q1/2010.

By bne IntelliNews June 30, 2010
Poland's total foreign debt increased to EUR 205.47bn at the end of Q1/2010 from EUR 194.45bn a quarter earlier, the National Bank of Poland (NBP) has announced. Long-term debt stood at EUR 149.71bn (vs. EUR 146.05bn a quarter earlier), while short-term debt - at EUR 55.76bn (vs. EUR 48.40bn). At that time, non-financial enterprises' foreign debt amounted to EUR 86.75bn vs. EUR 86.93bn a quarter earlier. Foreign debt of the central and local government sector (the general government sector) rose to EUR 69.12bn at the end of Q1 from EUR 60.88bn a quarter earlier. In the same period, the foreign debt of the banking sector increased to EUR 44.87bn from EUR 42.90bn at the end of December, 2009. tom

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