Bosnia's foreign debt rises in Q2

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Bosnia and Herzegovina's (BiH) foreign debt rose to BAM 9.3 billion (EUR 4.8 billion) at the end of the second quarter of 2021, from BAM 8.8 billion at the end of March, the country's Finance Ministry said.

The external debt of the Federation decreased to BAM 5.1 billion at the end of June from BAM 5.2 billion at the end of March, whereas that of the Serb Republic rose to BAM 4.1 billion from BAM 3.5 billion, ministry said.  

The Federation and the Serb Republic are the two autonomous entities forming Bosnia and Herzegovina. 

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