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2012.05.14 | Belarus’ overdue corporate debt to foreign cos up 10.7% in Jan-Feb 2012

The overdue debt of Belarusian enterprises to foreign companies increased 10.7% in January-February 2012 to U.S. $369.8 million as of March 1, 2012, the National Statistics Committee told reporters.

Belarus’ overdue debt to Russian companies rose 10.4% in January-February 2012 to $88.2 million, whereas debts to non-Russian enterprises within the CIS were up 7% to $14.1 million.

Belarus’ overdue debt to non-CIS companies was up 11% to $267.5 million.

Foreign companies’ overdue debt to Belarusian enterprises went up 4% in January-February 2012 to $340.1 million.

Russian companies’ overdue debt to Belarus grew 14.7% to $186.8 million as of March 1, 2012. The overdue debt of non-Russian enterprises within the CIS grew 9.1% to $51.6 million.

Non-CIS companies’ overdue debt to Belarus was at $101.6 million as of March 1, 2012, down 13% since early 2012.

Belarus’ overdue external corporate debt was 8% higher than foreign companies’ liabilities to this country as of March 1, 2012.

PRIME-TASS


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