19 March 2018

Georgia’s debt to Azerbaijan declines

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As of February 28, 2018, Georgia’s public debt to Azerbaijan makes up $8,495,000, down $0.36 million from January 2018. reports citing APA.

According to Finance Ministry of Georgia, Georgia’s external public debt stood at $5,303,121,000, of which $5,216,368,000 falls to share of the government.

Georgia owes $294.771 million to Germany, $220.677 million to Japan, $214.954 million to France, $16.281 million to Turkey, $68.159 million to Russia and $9.710 million to Armenia.

2018.03.12 / 19:44
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