Central government debt, an overview

The Central government debt is calculated as the value of outstanding debt instruments, mainly bonds and treasury bills. Within the framework of debt management are also certain assets. There are funds temporary invested in the money market until they are used to pay expenses in the state budget or maturing loans. The assets mean that the actual liability is less than the sum of outstanding debt instruments.

Here, different tables and diagram of the central government debt and certain other measures of the central government and general government indebtedness are presented.