Kyrgyzstan|business|January 14, 2019 / 10:03 AM
Public debt paying schedule until 2021

AKIPRESS.COM - The civil budget of Kyrgyzstan for 2019 provided by the Ministry of Finances showed how the government will be paying public debt of the country in 2017-2021:   Expenditures 2017 (actual) 2018 (forecast) 2019  2020  2021  Percentage 5,867,200,000 soms 6,980,000,000 soms 8,048,100,000 soms 9,236,300,000 soms 9,052,400,000 soms Domestic debt 2,397,500,000 soms 2,671,400,000 soms 3,762,400,000 soms 4,798,200,000 soms 4,591,200,000 soms External debt 3,469,700,000 soms 4,308,900,000 soms 4,285,700,000 soms 4,438,100,000 soms 4,461,200,000 soms Main sum 14,753,300,000 soms 18,612,600,000 soms 20,278,800,000 soms 20,217,700,000 soms 27,591,100,000 soms Domestic debt 8,265,800,000 soms 9,840,300,000 soms 9,898,300,000 soms 8,120,000,000 soms 13,459,700,000 soms External debt 6,487,500,000 soms 8,772,300,000 soms 10,380,500,000 soms 12,022,700,000 soms 13,986,600,000 soms Total 20 620,500,000 soms 25,592,900,000 soms 28,327,000,000 soms 29,379,000,000 soms ,498,800,000 soms   The external debt of Kyrgyzstan is made of over 200 international loans under 0...

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