Outstanding public debts increase to 328.3 billion euros in June
The Greek public debt increased to 328.3 billion euros at the end of June, from 321 billion euros in March, according to the latest figures published by the public debt management agency (ODDIH).
This 7.5 billion euro increase has been attributed to the tranche that was paid out following the first bailout program review. The tranche also resulted in an increase of cash deposits from 2.08 billion euros to 3.17 billion euros, as well as increase of the segregated account from 63.4 million euros to 5.04 billion euros.
It should be noted that the Budgetary Central Government Debt differs from General Government Debt (Maastricht definition) by the amount of intra-sectoral debt holdings and other ESA adjustments.
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