Public Debt in Turkmenistan
Turkmenistan - Public DebtAvailable data for the first nine months of this year is fairly positive: Customs data shows that exports to China returned to growth in annual terms, pointing to a robust external sector. Meanwhile, activity likely benefited from a loosening of Covid-19 restrictions in April. Moreover, Fitch Ratings’ decision to assign the country a credit rating in August should boost international investors’ confidence, potentially attracting foreign investment. That said, a reported outbreak in Covid-19 cases, although not confirmed by official sources, seemingly led authorities to tighten restrictions in July–August. Additionally, reports of food shortages and a spike in inflation suggest downbeat private consumption. On the upside, a trade deal signed in late October with Kazakhstan could increase food supply, easing the situation.
Turkmenistan - Public Debt Data
|Public Debt (% of GDP)||21.8||24.1||28.8||29.1||-|
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Turkmenistan Public Debt Chart
|Exchange Rate||3.50||0.01 %||Jan 01|
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