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Who are the biggest creditors of Serbia’s public debt?

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The biggest creditors of Serbia’s public debt are investors in Eurobonds issued by the state, and they are owed 8.935 billion euros, according to the latest report of the Public Debt Administration of Serbia, for September 2023.

The second on the list of the largest creditors are investors in long-term state bonds issued in dinars, with 6.804 billion euros of public debt.

Serbia owes EUR 3.438 billion in foreign government loans, and EUR 2.518 billion to the Export-Import Bank of China.

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Data from the Public Debt Administration show that one of the biggest creditors is the International Monetary Fund (IMF), which is represented in Serbia’s public debt portfolio with 2.514 billion euros, followed by the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development with 2.210 billion euros.

Investors in government long-term securities in euros are creditors of the Serbian public debt with 1.93 billion euros, and the European Investment Bank (EIB) with 1.851 billion euros.

In the structure of public debt, the euro is the most represented – 58.1 percent, the dinar 20.6 percent and the dollar 13.8 percent.

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