Greek public debt 312.7 billion euros (174.7% GDP) at the end of March

According to the latest report of the public debt management agency (ODDIH), Greece’s public debt amounted to 312.7 billion euros…

According to the latest report of the public debt management agency (ODDIH), Greece’s public debt amounted to 312.7 billion euros or 174.7% of the GDP on the 31st of March 2015.

The public debt management agency provided further details on the country’s debt:

  • Bonds: 39.4 billion euros
  • Bonds in the hands of ECB (SMP program): 19.8 billion euros
  • Bonds in the hands of European Central Banks (ANFAs): 7.3 billion euros
  • Treasury bills: 14.9 billion euros
  • Short-term loans (repos): 9.8 billion euros
  • Loans from the EFSM: 130.9 billion euros
  • Loans from the IMF: 21.2 billion euros
  • Loans from Eurozone members: 52.9 billion euros
  • Loans from the Bank of Greece: 4.3 billion euros
  • Other domestic loans: 0.1125 billion euros
  • Other overseas loans: 5 billion euros
  • Special and Transnational loans (European Investment Bank): 7.09 billion euros
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