Turkey’s quick-term exterior debt inventory totaled $130.5 billion (TL 1.91 trillion) as of the raze of February, the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey (CBRT) stated Friday.

The international debt attributable to be paid over the next 12 months posted a upward thrust of 8.5% when put next to the raze of 2021, the monetary institution stated in an announcement.

On this era, banks’ quick-term exterior debt inventory elevated 6.2% to $54.7 billion, whereas diversified sectors’ quick-term exterior debt inventory rose 7.6% to $46 billion.

The trade credits attributable to imports underneath diversified sectors came in at $40.6 billion, up 8.5% when put next to the raze of 2021.

Banks’ quick-term international trade loans obtained from in a single other nation elevated 1.6% to $11.4 billion.

As of the raze of February, some 44.1% of the debt inventory changed into in U.S. greenbacks, 25.3% in euros, 10.2% in Turkish liras, and the last 20.4% in diversified currencies.

“Transient exterior debt inventory on a last maturity foundation, calculated primarily based on the exterior debt maturing internal 1 year or much less regarding of the real maturity, recorded $176.4 billion,” the monetary institution added.


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