Turkey’s central government debt falls to EUR 206bn at end-April.

By bne IntelliNews May 20, 2014

Turkey’s central government gross debt stock declined by 0.5% m/m, however, rose by 10.1% y/y to TRY 595.3bn (EUR 206bn) at the end of April from TRY 598.3bn at the end of March and TRY 541bn at end-April 2013, the Treasury said on Tuesday.

TRY-denominated domestic debt stock increased to TRY 409.4bn at end-April from TRY 409bn at end-March while external debt stock declined to TRY 185.9bn from TRY 189.3bn.

The central government gross debt stock stood at TRY 585.7bn at the end of 2013.

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