Statistics

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.

  • External debt. Quarterly (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. Segundo trimestre 2019 (26.09.2019)  PDF file. Última nota de prensa. Segundo trimestre 2019 (26.09.2019). Opens in a new window

METHODOLOGY

  • General methodological note on the balance of payments and international investment position (pending update)  PDF file. General methodological note on the balance of payments and international investment position (pending update). 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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