In January, state debt of Kyrgyzstan reached $750.6 per capita. The debt burden increased by $3.8 over the month.
According to the Ministry of Finance, as of January 31, the state debt (external plus internal) of Kyrgyzstan amounted to $4,954.11 billion (420,108.67 billion soms), including $4,221.61 billion (357,992.44 billion soms) of external and $732.5 million (62,116.23 billion soms) of internal.
Over the month, the country’s state debt has grown by $25.44 million. External debt increased by $1.3 million and the internal debt by $24.14 million.
The state debt reached 66.15% of GDP.
The republic owes the most in form of multilateral soft loans – $1,908.66 billion (45.2% of the external debt) and to the Export-Import Bank of China – $1,782.16 billion (42.2%). (24.kg/Business World Magazine)