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(FYR) Macedonia and Bosnia Herzegovina have the lowest public debt on the Balkans, with Serbia and Croatia posting the highest.
"Anadolia" news agency analysis has shown that (FYR) Macedonia's debt in June amounted to 34.1 percent of the GDP, of which EUR 1,66 billion external and EUR 1,05 domestic debt.
B&H had a public debt of 34 percent of the GDP by the end of 2012.
On the other hand, Serbia's debt rose to EUR 19,08 billion by the end of July, i.e. 57.7 percent of GDP. Croatia follows with 53.6 percent in Q1, which is expected to rise to 60 percent by the year-end.
"Anadolia" says Balkan states have increased their debts in recent years as a result of the economic and financial crisis.
In EU terms, Greece tops the list with the public debt amounting to 160 percent of the GDP, followed by Italy (130.3 percent) reports MINA.
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