Serbian public debt at 57,9% of GDP

The public debts of Serbia amounted to around EUR 23.34 billion at the end of this February, making up 57.9% of the gross domestic product (GDP), the Ministry of Finance announced on April 11.



At the end of January, the public debt stood at EUR 22.91 billion, amounting to 57.2% of the GDP.

The public debt of Serbia amounted to EUR 23.22 billion at the end of 2017, amounting to 61.5% of the GDP. In December 2016, the public debt amounted to around EUR 24.82 billion, that is, 71.9% of the GDP.

At the end of 2015, the public debt also amounted to around EUR 24.82 billion, 74.7% of that year’s GDP.

The public debt of Serbia amounted to EUR 22.76 billion at the end of 2014, that is, 70.4% of the GDP, and at the end of 2013 it equalled EUR 20.14 billion, making up 59.6% of the GDP.

At the end of 2000, the public debt of Serbia amounted to EUR 14.17 billion, or 201.2% of the GDP, and in 2008 it was at its lowest, equalling EUR 8.78 billion, or 28.3% of the GDP.

The Law on the Budget System limits the share of the public debt in the GDP to 45%.

(Nova Ekonomija, 20.08.2018)
http://novaekonomija.rs/vesti/vesti-iz-zemlje/mf-javni-dug-srbije-na-kraju-juna-597-odsto-bdp-a

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