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Government Debt

government debt

see NATIONAL DEBT.
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The result would be a larger and more liquid market in short-term European government debt.
As regards the structure of the government debt, domestic debt amounted to 41,9%, and external debt - to 58,1%.
Five-year credit default swaps (CDS) on Greek government debt fell to 690 basis points, down 30 bps on the day, according to data from CDS monitor Markit.
Central government debt, which topped 500 trillion yen at the end of fiscal 2000, has basically been on an upward trend.
Some form of selective restructuring that would result in a de facto default on government debt held by certain types of larger institutions may be one way forward.
On the other hand, the overall government debt burden remains high and fell only marginally in 2006, in part due to some fiscal policy slippage,' added Scher.
4%, according to the Government Debt Monthly Bulletin of Bulgariaas Finance Ministry.
Although increasing, government debt will remain at comparatively low levels, lower revenues mean the government will need to either draw on its reserves or issue more debt to finance the projected deficit.
BRUSSELS, July 22 (KUNA) -- At the end of the first quarter of 2015, the government debt to GDP ratio in the euro area stood at 92.
Global Banking News-June 23, 2015--Local government debt issuance could affect easing efforts in China
The economy will grow at a slower pace than the government's expectations, and the general government debt will increase, says the credit agency Standard & Poor's in its latest report.

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