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|Total BYN m||Per capita BYN||Per working person BYN||% of GDP|
|Central government debt outstanding and debt guaranteed by the central government||44 825,30||4 718,00||10 188,00||102|
|Domestic||13 638,20||1 436,00||3 100,00||31|
|External||31 187,10||3 283,00||7 088,00||71|
|Central government debt outstanding||35 903,70||3 779,00||8 160,00||82|
|Domestic debt by maturity||9 372,90||987,00||2 130,00||21|
|Long-term||9 372,60||987,00||2 130,00||21|
|External debt by maturity||26 530,80||2 793,00||6 030,00||61|
|Long-term||26 530,80||2 793,00||6 030,00||61|
|Debt guaranteed by the central government||8 921,60||939,00||2 028,00||20|
|External||4 656,30||490,00||1 058,00||11|
National debt is a result of financial debt of state carried out to cover budget deficit. National debt is a sum of deficits of past years with regard to the deduction of budget surpluses. Domestic debt is a debt of holders of state government securities and other creditors in national currency. External debt is a debt of the state to other countries , international economic organizations and others in a foreign currency. It can be repaid by the export of goods or new borrowings. Data are given on the 1st of July, 2015. We took this information from the indicators of a Special Data Dissemination Standard.