Turkey’s central government gross debt stock rises to EUR 193bn at end-2013.

By bne IntelliNews January 20, 2014

The central government central government gross debt stock rose by 1.4% m/m and 10.1% y/y to TRY 585.7bn (EUR 193bn) at end-2013 from TRY 577.9bn at end-Nov and TRY 532.2bn at end-2012, data of the Treasury showed on Monday.

TRY 403bn of the debt stock is denominated in local currency and TRY 182.7bn is denominated in foreign currencies, the Treasury said.

Domestic debt stock declined to TRY 422.2bn at end-2013 from TRY 428bn at end-November while foreign debt stock rose to USD 85.6bn from USD 85.5bn, data also showed.

The central government debt stock stood at TRY 518.4bn at end-2011.

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