April 26 (Bloomberg) -- Ukraine’s debt, including state guarantees, rose 2.2 percent in March as the government borrowed domestically and issued bonds to boost the capital of state-run energy company NAK Naftogaz Ukrainy.
State debt increased to $60.5 billion as of March 31 from $59.2 billion the previous month, the Finance Ministry, based in the capital, Kiev, said today in a statement on its website. Domestic debt grew to $22 billion from $20.5 billion, while foreign debt fell to $24.5 billion from $24.7 billion, it said.
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