Vladimír Urbánek (Kurzy.cz)
Markets  |  August 17, 2012 14:50:50

Greek government debt in Q2 grew by 23.3 billion to 303.5 mld.EUR


Greek Ministry of Finance announced today that the foreign debt rose QoQ in 2Q by 23.3 mld.EUR to total 303.5 mld.EUR. The reason for this growth are new loan debt from the states and the IMF, which Greece is replaced by loans in private hands.
In the spring of southern European countries held an exchange of government bonds with a nominal value of some 199 mld.EUR within which decreased debt to the private sector by about half. According to Eurostat statistics, operations helped reduce the debt ratio to GDP from 165.3 the previous year-end 2011 to approximately 132.4% at the end of 1Q.

Greece has a limit to the end of 2020 to reduce its debt to about 120% of GDP. Performance of the economy, however, considerably decreases, which increases the risk of failing this target.

Growth in debt at the end of Q2 in the Eurostat statistics recorded for other countries - in Spain to 72.1% from 68.5%, Italy at 123.3% from 120.1% to 108.5% in Ireland ze106, 5% , Portugal to 111.7% from 107.8%.
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Řecký státní dluh za 2Q narostl o 23,3 mld. na 303,5 mld.EUR

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