Armenia’s domestic debt grows by 3% this year to 185.6 billion drams

31.08.2011 19:51
Armenia’s domestic debt grows by 3% this year to 185.6 billion drams

YEREVAN, August 31. / ARKA /. Armenia’s domestic debt has grown by 3% this year to 185.6 billion drams, according to the latest figures, released today by National Statistical Service, which said that 51.5% of the debt or 95.6 billion drams were mid-term government treasury coupon bonds, part of which was repaid and some 55.7 billion (30%) were long-term bonds.

The share of short-term government bonds in the structure of domestic debt was 14.5% (about 30 billion drams) and savings bonds accounted for 0.4% of the debt (721.9 million drams). Part of the domestic debt, about 3.5% or 6.6 billion drams, were loans.($ 1 - 367.93 AMD). -0-

Structure of Armenia’s domestic debt

domestic debt, total, incl. Short-term bonds Mid-term bonds Long-term bonds Savings bonds loans
31.12.2007 66 303.2 7 000.0 47 421.2 11 710.6 171.4 -
31.03.2008 85 515.5 5 197.0 48 847.3 22 160.4 184.5 9 126.3
30.06.2008 85 109.0 5 627.0 44 769.1 25 430.2 251.8 9 030.9
30.09.2008 91 939.0 13 604.0 42 809.6 26 135.2 326.6 9 063.6
30.12.2008 100 893.2 30 133.5 36 873.7 24 985.8 311.8 8 588.4
31.03.2009 9 6117.1 27 344.0 34 486.2 23 731.6 257.7 10 297.6
30.12.2009 149 649.8 41 429.5 71 375.0 27 351.5 244.4 9 069.4
31.03.2010 150 955.4 36 854.6 76 060.1 28 157.8 270.9 9 612.0
30.06.2010 146 475.7 31 095.4 75 829.9 31 157.8 307.6 8 085.0
30.09.2010 165 368.9 37 406.4 84 291.6 35 288.2 433.9 7 948.8
31.12.2010 180266.3 51443.9 86410.5 34538.2 604.9 7268.8
31.03.2011 185372.9 43762.8 87477.5 46038.2 700.8 7393.6
30.06.2011 185592.6 26970.4 95592.6 55668.2 721.9 6639.5

(according to National Statistical Service, in AMD)


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