ELSTAT: Public debt increases to €315bn in second half of 2016
The Greek statistics authority ELSTAT has published its latest figures of the quarterly non-financial accounts of General Government for the second quarter of 2016, according to which the country’s public debt increased to 315.29 billion euros, from 301.26 billion euros last year.
The quarterly non-financial accounts of General Government provide information on the aggregates constituting General Government revenue (taxes, social contributions, capital transfers, etc) and expenditure (compensation of employees, intermediate consumption, social benefits, interest payments, etc).
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