Bosnia's End-June Foreign Debt Rises on Quarter
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Bosnia and Herzegovina's foreign debt totaled BAM 9.741 billion (EUR 4.98 billion) at the end of June, up from BAM 9.67 billion at the end of the previous quarter, the Finance Ministry said, according to a report by Seenews.
The external debt of Bosnia's Federation entity rose to BAM 5.53 billion at the end of June from BAM 5.428 billion three months earlier, whereas the foreign debt of Bosnia's Serb Republic entity decreased to BAM 4.101 billion from 4.132 billion, the ministry said.
The foreign debt of Brcko district amounted to BAM 47.93 million at the end of June, up from BAM 47.22 million at the end of June.
The Federation and the Serb Republic are the two autonomous entities forming Bosnia and Herzegovina. Brcko is a self-governing administrative unit in northeastern Bosnia.
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