Tunisia records 69.9 percent boost in public debts
( MENAFN ) Tunisian Ministry of Finance has declared public debts to have registered an increase from 61.9 percent of its GDP in 2016 to 69.9 percent last year.
Tunisia has recorded its public debts to have increased to 68.07 billion dinars last year, from 55.92 billion dinars the previous year, with the external debts reaching 46.79 billion dinars.
The country's debt service has also seen an increase, reaching 7 billion dinars last year from 5.20 billion dinars in 2016.
Tunisia has also recorded a drop in domestic borrowing from 3.89 billion dinars in 2016 to 2.68 billion dinars last year.
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