Turkey's gross external debt stock rose to USD 372.7bn at end-Q3 from USD 367.1bn at the end of Q2, the Treasury said on Tuesday. The share of private sector in the gross external debt was 69% (or USD 255.3bn ) at end-Q3 while the public sector's share was 30% (or USD 111.7bn ). Private sector's gross external debt stood at USD 252.1bn at end-Q2 and public sector's gross external debt stock was calculated at USD 108.6bn . At the end of September, private sector's short-term gross external debt was USD 107.6bn , of which USD 71.5bn belonged to the banking sector, down from USD 108.7bn at end-June, the Treasury said. The long-term gross external debt stock of private sector was USD 147.6bn as of the end of the third quarter of 2013, with nonfinancial institutions having the largest share in long- term private sector external debt with USD 85.3bn , up from USD 143.4bn at end-Q2. Turkey's net external debt stock at the end of the third quarter was USD 214.4bn , down from USD 216.8bn in the previous quarter, the Treasury also said.
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