Czech State Debt Rose to 43.3%/GDP at the End of Third Quarter

The Czech Republic’s gross state debt rose to 43.3 percent of gross domestic product at the end of the third quarter, the Finance Ministry said.

Total gross debt rose to 1.65 trillion koruna from 1.64 trillion koruna at the end of the previous quarter, the Prague- based ministry said today in a quarterly review of the state’s debt portfolio.

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