Eurostat: 75% of Greek public debt is attributed to loans

The European statistic authority Eurostat has released its latest data set and information regarding the structure of the public…

The European statistic authority Eurostat has released its latest data set and information regarding the structure of the public debt of the EU’s 28 member-states.

According to Eurostat’s data, 75% of Greece’s public debt is attributed to loans, while 25% is attributed to securities other than shares.

The averages amongst the 28 EU members are 81% securities other than shares, 16% loans and 4% currency and deposits; the rates of the Eurozone members are 79% securities other than shares, 18% loans and 3% currency and deposits.

Eurostat’s divs are available here.

International
ΒΗΜΑτοδότης
Σίβυλλα
Helios Kiosk