Serbia public debt falls at end-February

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Serbia's public debt totaled EUR 27.0 billion (USD 31.7 billion) at the end of February, the country's Finance Ministry said, according to a report by SeeNews.

The debt was equivalent to 53.5% of the projected 2021 gross domestic product (GDP), down from 57.4% at the end of 2020, when the public debt amounted to EUR 26.7 billion. 

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