Slovenia has little short-term public debt, majority of debt foreign-owned
Ljubljana, 22 June - Slovenia remained in 2019 among the EU members with the lowest shares of public debt with maturity of less than one year. It also remains among those member states that mostly secure loans through debt securities and where most of the debt is foreign-owned, show data released on Monday by Eurostat.
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