Bosnia's end-June government sector foreign debt down 3.7% q/q to EUR 3.33bn.

By bne IntelliNews August 6, 2012
Bosnia's government sector foreign debt rose to preliminary BAM 6.52bn (EUR 3.33bn) at end of June from a revised BAM 6.77bn at end-March, the central bank said in a statement. When compared to a year earlier, foreign debt has increased by 5.7%. Debt owed to public creditors stood at BAM 5.86bn at end-March (down 4% q/q but up 6.5% y/y), while debt to private creditors totalled BAM 661mn (up 1.4% q/q but down 1.1% y/y). The biggest contributors to the foreign debt decline through the quarter were reduced liabilities to the IMF and to the World Bank (IDA and IBRD), as well as to the Paris club of creditors.

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