According to the figures announced by the Treasury, the Greek State’s outstanding debts in December of 2013 were estimated to be 4.66 billion euros, down from 9.19 billion euros in December of 2012.
The greatest progress was documented in the debts towards hospitals, which were reduced to 687 million euros in December 2013 from an estimated 1.76 billion euros in December 2012. The debts towards insurance funds were also reduced to 2.54 billion euros, compared to 4.66 billion euros in the previous year. Indicatively, the debts towards EOPYY were reduced to 1.55 billion euros from 2.37 billion euros in December 2012.
Similarly, the debts of Ministries and decentralized government dropped to 232 million euros in December 2013, from an estimated 567 million euros in December 2012, while local government debts were reduced to 431 million euros from 1.13 bullion a year before. Finally, the debts of the State’s legal entities were reduced to 248 million euros in December 2013, from 347 million euros in December 2012.