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List of creditors of Serbia’s public debt

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Although Serbia’s debt to the IMF increased by 1.17 billion euros compared to last year, and the amount of loans to commercial banks tripled, the International Monetary Fund is only the fourth largest creditor of Serbia’s public debt, and the banks are the seventh.

As of July 31st of this year, Serbia had a debt of 35.07 billion euros, which is 50.07 percent of GDP, according to the official data of the Ministry of Finance on public debt.

According to the report of the Public Debt Administration, the largest creditors of Serbia are the buyers of Eurobonds to which our country owes a total of 8.9 billion euros.

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They are followed by buyers of long-term government dinar bonds to whom we owe 7.04 billion euros.
Loans that Serbia repays to foreign governments are in third place in terms of the value of public debt, in the amount of 3.34 billion euros.

The International Monetary Fund is only the fourth largest creditor of Serbia. We owe him a total of 2.4 billion euros. Next is the Chinese Export-Import Bank, to which we are paying off a slightly smaller debt – 2.37 billion euros.

Another international financial institution is in sixth place on the list of the largest creditors – we owe 2.2 billion euros to the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD).

Serbia pays almost the same amount to various commercial banks – 2.15 billion euros.

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The next amount of debt refers again to government long-term bonds, but in euros – we owe their customers 1.9 billion dinars, and slightly less to the European Investment Bank (EIB) – 1.8 billion euros.
Serbia individually owes less than one billion euros to other creditors.

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