Macedonias central government debt up 6.1% m/m at end-January 2013.

By bne IntelliNews March 4, 2013
Macedonia's central government (consolidated) debt increased by 6.1% m/m to EUR 2,698.9mn at end-January 2013, after rising by 4.8% m/m in the previous month, finance ministry data showed. In monthly terms, the debt stock has been rising for seven consecutive months. The central government debt was equal to 33.1% of GDP at end-January, up from 32.1% a month earlier. External central government debt grew by 5.5% m/m to EUR 1,700.9mn at end-January, and domestic central government debt expanded by 7.1% m/m to EUR 998mn.

Macedonias central government debt up 6.1% m/m at end-January 2013.

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