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External Debt

External debt comprises a more restrictive set of financial liabilities than that considered in the liabilities of the international investment position. In accordance with international methodology, a financial liability to a resident abroad is considered to be external debt if it is not contingent and it involves a commitment to make future payments. Thus, equity instruments, financial derivatives and gold bars, all of which are included in the international investment position, are not considered to be external debt.

  • Summary (table 17.30 of the SB) 
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  • Gross external debt by institutional sector, financial instrument and maturity (table 17.31 of the SB) 
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RELATED INFORMATION

  • Última nota de prensa. Cuarto trimestre 2018 (27.03.2019)  PDF file. Última nota de prensa. Cuarto trimestre 2018 (27.03.2019). Opens in a new window

METHODOLOGY

  • General methodological note on the balance of payments and international investment position  PDF file. General methodological note on the balance of payments and international investment position. Opens in a new window
  • Internationally standardised methodological notes  PDF file. Internationally standardised methodological notes. Opens in a new window
  • IMF. External Debt Statistics: Guide for Compilers and Users  PDF file. IMF. External Debt Statistics: Guide for Compilers and Users. Opens in a new window
  • Notes to tables  PDF file. Notes to tables. Opens in a new window

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