Romania's total external debt ups 10% in the first ten months, to EUR 89.37bn

Publish date: 16-12-2010
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Romania reported a total external debt of 89.37 billion euros at the end of October, 10.04 percent up from the end of 2009, according to data of the central lender BNR.

At the end of last year, Romania's external debt totaled 81.21 billion euros.

The medium and long-term debt answered for 79.8 percent of the whole external debt at the end of October, while the short-termed debt had a 20.2 percent weight.

At the end of October, Romania's medium and long-term debt reached 71.33 billion euros, versus 65.81 billion euros at the end of 2009, while the short-term debt amounted to 18.04 billion euros, 17.1 percent above the level posted at the end of December last year, of 15.40 billion euros.

The direct public debt, including external loans contracted by the Finance Ministry and the local authorities, added 3.57 billion euros in the first ten months, to 15.55 billion euros, while the public guaranteed external debt advanced 14.5 percent, to 1.73 billion euros.

The public non-guaranteed external debt lowered by 1.76 billion euros in the first ten months, to 37.62 billion euros.

Loans from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) within the stand-by agreement amounted to 8.91 billion euros at the end of October, up from 5.68 billion euros at the end of 2009.



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