The World Bank said in its latest International Debt statistics 2022 report has estimated Pakistan’s total external debt at $ 108.530 billion at the end of 2020, up from $ 100.831 billion at the end of 2019.

that for Pakistan, the 8% increase in external debt reflects an influx of budgetary support from bilateral and multilateral official lenders and new loans from online commercial banks.

According to the data, the total external debt balance by 2020 was $ 108.530 billion, including the use of an IMF loan of $ 8.902 billion, up from $ 8.097 billion in 2019, and long-term external debt of $ 92.398 billion in 2020, up from $ 83.208 billion. dollars. … 2019.

Short-term external debt totaled $ 7.230 billion in 2020, down from $ 9.526 billion in 2019.

According to the data, the external debt to exports ratio was 390% in 2020 (324% in 2019), and the external debt balance was 42% of GDP in 2020, up from 37% in 2019, and the export debt management was 33% in 2020. compared to 35% in 2019, short-term external debt balance of 7% in 2020 compared to 9% in 2019, stocks of external debt 31% in 2020 compared to 30% in 2019, total revenue was 258,005 in 2020 year compared to 272,612 in 2019

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