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Russia's foreign debt calculated by the international methodology rose 6.3% in January-March 2006 to reach $274.7 billion
Russia's foreign debt calculated by the international methodology rose 6.3% in January-March 2006 to reach $274.7 billion, the Central Bank of Russia said on its Web site Monday. Russia's state foreign debt increased 4.7% in the reporting period to $86.2 billion from $82.3 billion a year earlier. The foreign debt of Russia's government declined 2.2% to $69.7 billion from $71.3 billion, whereas the foreign debt of Russia's monetary authorities rose 50% to $16.5 billion from $11 billion. The foreign debt of banks (excluding equity capital and debt liabilities to direct investors) rose 14.3% to $57.2 billion from $50 billion a year earlier and the foreign debt of the non-financial sector (excluding equity capital and debt liabilities to direct investors) grew 3.9% to $117 billion from $112.6 billion). The debt liabilities of banks and non-financial institutions to direct investors grew 5.1% in January-March 2006 to $14.3 billion from $13.6 billion a year earlier, the Central Bank said.
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