Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Serbia's Foreign Debt Rises to $15.467 Bln at End-2005- Table

BELGRADE (Serbia and Montenegro), March 7 (SeeNews) - Serbia's foreign debt rose to $15.467 billion (12.87 billion euro) at the end of 2005 from $14.099 billion a year earlier, preliminary central bank figures showed on Tuesday.

SERBIA'S FOREIGN DEBT (in billions of U.S. dollars):

......................................................................END'05...........END'04

TOTAL DEBT.................................................15.467.............14.099

International financial institutions...................4.722...............5.089

--IMF...............................................................0.866...............0.962

--IBRD............................................................2.133................2.472

--IDA..............................................................0.468................0.432

--EUROFIMA.................................................0.161................0.160

--IFC................................................................0.073................0.119

--EIB................................................................0.326................0.282

--European Community....................................0.324...............0.354

--EUROFOND...................................................0.022..............0.029

--EBRD.............................................................0.349................0.280

Governments...................................................3.680..................3.690

--Paris Club.....................................................2.945...................3.016

---consolidated debt..........................................2.581.................2.806

---debt after 20.12.2000.....................................0.364................0.210

--other governments..........................................0.734..................0.674

London Club-restructured debt.........................1.076....................1.08

London Club-non-restructured debt..................0.088....................0.084

Other creditors...................................................4.282.....................2.976

Short-term debt...................................................1.514......................0.999

Clearing debt......................................................0.106.......................0.182

NOTE: Serbia's end-2005 foreign debt figure included the $1.144 billion in debt owed by the country's southern province of Kosovo, now a U.N. protectorate.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

And they are still waisting time dreaming about conquering foreing lands. GET TO WORK

Anonymous said...

15.466 and growing. Bosnia will help add to this by the end of this year. And then it's Kosova's turn.

ivan said...

Siptari,

i guess you will inherit something:

NOTE: Serbia's end-2005 foreign debt figure included the $1.144 billion in debt owed by the country's southern province of Kosovo, now a U.N. protectorate.

Dardania 2006 said...

Hmmm don't think that the war recompensations to Kosova will be less than $1 billion.

That is just a little part of it...the way I see it Kosova will repay its own debt and still get money for all the terrorism Serbia has committed.

albasoul said...

Dardania,
I dont think they will have the money to reimburse us. Maybe they can work for free in our mines or building our new highways.
I think we should give them a chance

Anonymous said...

Albasoul,

I would not let them so close to vital infrastructure.

dardania

Mir said...

"Hmmm don't think that the war recompensations to Kosova will be less than $1 billion."

Don't mean to ruin your party but if Bosnia (where the worst Yugoslav crimes were committed) asked only for 1 billion dollars (if they win, in reimbursement)... I SERIOUSLY doubt you will be granted more than that.

Anonymous said...

How can Kosovo be held responsible for its debt when its economy was essentially run by Serbia in the period 1989-1999? In 1989 Kosovo was forcefully attached to Serbia, which now should also bare the interest accumulated during that period. War reparations for destruction of some 130,000 houses and retirement pensions are another matter that should be discussed in due time.