Turkey’s short-term external debt stock fell by 3% y/y to $127bn at end-June, the central bank said on August 14.
The debt stock stood at $128.2bn at end-April and at $129.6bn at end-March.
The short-term debt of public sector, which wholly composed of public banks, declined by 7% to $16.9bn at end-Q2 and the short-term debt of private sector fell by 2% to $112.8bn at end-June, said the central bank, noting that the short-term external debt stock was composed of 54% US dollars, 30% Euro and 13% Turkish Lira.
The bank said that the short-term external debt stock on a remaining maturity basis, calculated based on the external debt maturing within 1 year or less regardless of the original maturity, was $168.3bn as of end-June.
|Turkey's Short-term External Debt Stock|
|DEPOSITS WITH CBRT||833||762||661||417||342||290||270|
|DUE TO IMPORTS||27,828||25,490||26,930||27,097||27,744||25,565||27,261|
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