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CBR: Russias external debt grew $50 bln in 2011
12.01.2012 15:22
CBR: Russias external debt grew $50 bln in 2011

The external debt of the Russian Federation grew to $538.9 bln as of January 1, 2012 from $482.98 bln as of January 1, 2011, preliminary CBR data showed.

Thus, the country’s external debt rose $50 blnaccording to the latest figures, released by the Central Bank of Russia.

The federal government debt dropped to $33.5 bln from $ 34.52bln in 2010. Real sector of economy rose their debt by $ 31.5 bln to a total of $ 329.6 bln. Monetary authorities own $ 11.65bln.

Last year banks’ debts rose by 12% or $ 20 bln to make $ 164 bln.  


Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: business bank    

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