State Debt Decreases in EU, Bulgaria in Q3 2016

      Published on Saturday, 28 January , 2017      153 Views     

  • Bulgaria Finance

State debt in the entire European Union and the Euro zone has decreased as a percentage of GDP in the third quarter of 2016, showed Eurostat data.

The level of state debt in Bulgaria also marked a drop, compared to the second quarter, in spite of the fact that debt increased on an annual basis (compared to the third quarter of 2015).

Bulgaria’s debt as a percentage of GDP remains one of the lowest in the EU.

At the end of the third quarter of 2016, the debt of all 28 member-states of the EU decreased to 83.3% of GDP of the region, compared to 84.2% in the second quarter of 2016 and below the 85.9% level in the third quarter of 2015.

State debt in the Euro zone shrank to 90.1% of GDP for the same period, compared to 91.2% for the period April – June 2016 and 91.5% of GDP a year ago.

According to Eurostat, in the third quarter of 2016, the lowest level of state debt as a percentage of GDP was registered in Estonia (9.6%), followed by Luxembourg (21.5%) and Bulgaria (28.7%), while the highest levels were reported by Greece (176.9% of GDP), Portugal (133.4%) and Italy (132.7%).

Category Bulgaria Finance | 2017/01/28 latest update at 12:00 PM
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