Serbian public debt up in November

Debt

Serbia's public debt stood at EUR 29.89 billion at the end of November, accounting for 56.4% of GDP (gross domestic product), according to figures released by the Ministry of Finance.

In nominal terms, the November public debt was up by EUR 281 million relative to the previous month and its share in the national GDP was up by 0.5 percentage points from 55.9% in October.

In January 2021, Serbia's public debt stood at EUR 27.14 billion and accounted for 51.2% of GDP.

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