In November 2020, state debt of Kyrgyzstan reached $740.5 per capita. The debt burden increased by $6.6 over the month.
According to the Ministry of Finance, as of November 30, 2020, the state debt (external plus internal) of Kyrgyzstan amounted to $4,887.46 billion (414,448.46 billion soms), including $4,218.38 billion (357,711.54 billion soms) of external and $669.08 million (56,736.92 billion soms) of internal.
Over the month, the state debt has grown by $43,65 million or 18,224,83 billion soms. External debt increased by $33.08 million or 15,354.08 billion soms and the internal debt – by $10.57 million or by 2,870.75 billion soms.
According to the results of November 2020, the state debt reached 71.06% of GDP.
The republic owes the most in form of multilateral soft loans – $1,597.47 billion (45% of the external debt) and to the Export-Import Bank of China – $1,782.37 billion (42.3% of the external debt of the Kyrgyz Republic). (24.kg/Business World Magazine)