Jumat, 31 Maret 2017

Indonesian Government's Debts Rp3,589.12 Trillion

id Indonesian Government's Debts, government securities, loans accounting
Jakarta (Antara Bali) - The Directorate General of Financing and Risk Management of the Finance Ministry said by February, 2017, the government had a debt of Rp3,589.12 trillion.

The debts included government securities (SBN) making up 79.5 percent or Rp2,848.80 trillion  and loans accounting for 20.5 percent or Rp735 trillion.

In February, the total debts of the government rose Rp39.95 trillion  or 1.13 percent from the previous month including Rp33.09 trillion in SBN  and Rp6.86 trillion in loans.

In the first two months of 2017 the government debts increased Rp122.16 trillion  including Rp114.97 trillion in SBN  and Rp7.19 trillion in loans.

Debt repayments in February, 2017 totaled Rp32.19 trillion including Rp22.45 trillion in matured principal debts  and Rp9.74 trillion in interest.

The debt ratio with interest in variable rate was 12 percent to total debt.  and the debt ratio in foreign currencies to total debt was 42 percent.

Meanwhile  Average Time to Maturity (ATM) of government bonds  averaged nine years  with matured debt  in five years  was 69.5 percent of the total outstanding debt. (WDY)

Editor: I Gusti Bagus Widyantara