Croatia's Gross Foreign Debt up in April
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Croatia's gross foreign debt rose by 9.3% on the year in April, reaching EUR 48.102 billion, central bank figures showed.
The gross foreign debt at the end of April was 6.4% higher on a monthly comparison basis, according to data.
A separate report by the central bank showed that foreign exchange (FX) reserves held by the bank totaled EUR 25.243 billion at the end of June, up from EUR 21.54 billion a year earlier.
On month, FX reserves rose 1.6% in June.
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