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Kyrgyzstan's credit portfolio of public external debt includes 146 loans

August 26, 2014



The credit portfolio of the public external debt of Kyrgyzstan includes 146 existing loans, the Ministry of Finance said.

The credit portfolio includes bilateral concessional and non-concessional loans, multilateral concessional and non-concessional loans.

The debt to multilateral creditors makes 47.8%, debt to bilateral creditors comprises 52.2%. Concessional loans make 98.4%, non-concessional loans 1.6%.

The biggest credits come from the international financial institutions (Asian Development Bank, International Development Association, International Monetary Fund, Islamic Development Bank) and donor countries (China, Russia, Japan, Germany, Turkey).

The credits are extended to Kyrgyzstan on the following terms: from 0.1 to 3.5%, maturity period of 15-40 years, loans from international financial institutions are extended at 0.5 to 2.5%, loans from donor countries are provided at 0.10 to 3.5%.


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Source: AKIpress News Agency (Kyrgyz Republic)


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