Public Debt in Belarus

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Belarus - Public Debt

Data suggests that activity was improving before Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Industrial production picked up in January and exports grew at a double-digit pace in January–February, while the agricultural sector contracted at a softer pace. That said, despite disruption to the provision of high-frequency official data, it appears that momentum has slowed since the war’s onset. The economy should have been dented by the ruble hitting all-time lows. Moreover, a continued barrage of sanctions on both Belarus and Russia—Belarus’ main trading partner—by Western countries has taken a noticeable toll on Belarussian businesses and exports. Against this backdrop, the Belarusian Parliament is set to pass a number of measures to counteract the impact of these sanctions, while focus in trade relations have shifted, with talks to boost ties with Iran pushed forward in late April.

Belarus - Public Debt Data

2015   2016   2017   2018   2019  
Public Debt (% of GDP)46.9  47.2  47.2  45.4  44.8  

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Value Change Date
Exchange Rate2.10-0.36 %Dec 31
Stock Market0.10.0 %Jan 07

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