Bank of Lithuania

Gross external debt – debt liabilities to non-residents at the end of the period. Net external debt – external liabilities (gross external debt) minus external assets (classified as debt instruments) at the end of the period. External debt instruments:  debt securities, loans, currency and deposits, trade credit and advances as well as other debt liabilities to non-residents. Equities and financial derivatives are not included in the gross debt position. Ratio of external debt to GDP is calculated using the quarterly GDP of the latest four quarters (at current prices).

Outstanding amounts at the end of the period – in EUR millions, ratio of outstanding amounts to GDP – in percentages.

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Measurement units: Euro (millions) , Percent (units)

sorting sorting Gross External Debt sorting Net External Debt
sorting Total sorting Percentage of GDP sorting Total sorting Percentage of GDP
Q1/2022 42,947.56 72.7 −1,745.25 −3.0
Q2/2022 43,567.24 70.6 −2,178.44 −3.5
Q3/2022 44,839.21 69.0 −2,714.42 −4.2
Q4/2022 45,565.20 67.6 −3,821.80 −5.7
Q1/2023 46,185.00 67.0 −4,092.31 −5.9
Q2/2023 48,406.59 68.9 −5,071.33 −7.2
Q3/2023 47,497.68 66.9 −7,797.19 −11.0
Q4/2023 49,233.29 68.4 −9,142.93 −12.7
Q1/2024 51,782.38 71.0 −8,764.00 −12.0
Last update: 24-04-2017