Argentina public debt grew ca. $12 billion in December

During the first month of Alberto Fernández’s government, Argentina’s public debt was $ 323.2 billion, which is almost $ 12 billion more than in November, according to data from the Ministry of Economy. As of December 31, 60% of the gross debt corresponds to public securities, 21% to international organisations, 10% are from Treasury Bills, 4% are from temporary advances of the Central Bank, 2% from official bodies and 3% belong to “others and pending restructuring.”

Source: El Economista