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24/04/2017 - 13:11hs
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Federal Public Debt went up 3.17%

In March, Brazil’s external and domestic debt totaled BRL 3.2 trillion (USD 1.02 trillion) according to data made public by the National Treasure.



Brasília – The Federal Public Debt, which includes the country’s external and domestic debt, increased in March. The debt went up 3.17% in nominal terms, reaching BRL 3.234 trillion (USD 1.03 trillion). The data was made public this Monday (24) in Brasília by the National Treasure.

The Federal Domestic Public Debt increased 3.08% and reached BRL 3.113 trillion (USD 995 billion). The external Federal Public Debt increased 5.59% over February, reaching BRL 120.3 billion (USD 37.97 billion).

According to the Annual Borrowing Plan (PAF), the debt could end the year between BRL 3.45 trillion (USD 1.10 trillion) and BRL 3.65 trillion (USD 1.16 trillion).

*Translated by Sérgio Kakitani

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