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Central government debt

Total BYN m Per capita BYN thsd Per working person BYN thsd % of GDP  
Central government debt outstanding, end of the year, BYR 16,60 1,75 3,63 31  
Domestic debt of the central government and debt guaranteed, BYR 4,91 0,52 1,07 9  
External debt of the central government and debt guaranteed, USD 1,36 0,14 0,30 22  
Domestic debt of the central government, BYR 2,58 0,27 0,57 5  
External debt of the central government, USD 1,20 0,13 0,26 19  
Domestic debt guaranteed by the central government, BYR 2,33 0,25 0,51 4  
External debt guaranteed by the central government, USD 0,16 0,02 0,04 3  
Central government debt, accumulated within the year, BYR 2,19 0,23 0,48 -5  
Domestic debt of the central government and debt guaranteed, BYR 1,69 0,18 0,37 -2  
External debt of the central government and debt guaranteed, USD 0,02 0,00 0,01 -4  
Domestic debt of the central government, BYR 0,80 0,08 0,17 -1  
External debt of the central government, USD 0,02 0,00 0,00 -3  
Domestic debt guaranteed by the central government, BYR 0,89 0,09 0,19 -0  
External debt guaranteed by the central government, USD 0,00 0,00 0,00 -0  
National debt is a result of financial debt of state carried out to cover budget deficit. National debt is a sum of deficits of past years with regard to the deduction of budget surpluses. Domestic debt is a debt of holders of state government securities and other creditors in national currency. External debt is a debt of the state to other countries , international economic organizations and others in a foreign currency. It can be repaid by the export of goods or new borrowings. We took this information from the indicators of a Special Data Dissemination Standard.    

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National debt is a result of financial debt of state carried out to cover budget deficit. National debt is a sum of deficits of past years with regard to the deduction of budget surpluses. Domestic debt is a debt of holders of state government securities and other creditors in national currency. External debt is a debt of the state to other countries , international economic organizations and others in a foreign currency. It can be repaid by the export of goods or new borrowings. We took this information from the indicators of a Special Data Dissemination Standard.