External Debt in Nicaragua
Nicaragua - External DebtThe economy in Q1 failed to live up to Q4 2021’s double-digit growth, in part due to a base effect. An improvement in fixed capital growth wasn’t enough to outweigh the drags from slower expansion of exports and private and public consumption. In Q2, higher global fertilizer and fuel prices amid the war in Ukraine are likely depressing agricultural output. Rising import costs and inflation should also be denting private consumption despite strong remittances growth. Nevertheless, the government extended April’s price freeze on fuels and gas, with the measure to continue till late August, boosting household and public spending. In other news, on 7 June, President Ortega authorized the deployment of Russian military forces on home soil later in 2022, increasing the probability of new international sanctions.
Nicaragua - External Debt Data
|External Debt (% of GDP)||82.1||82.6||83.1||88.7||-|
5 years of economic forecasts for more than 30 economic indicators.
Nicaragua External Debt Chart
Source: Nicaragua Central Bank and FocusEconomics calculations.
|Exchange Rate||33.47||2.11 %||Jan 01|
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