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Nigeria’s External Debt Increases by $11.7 Billion in Three Years – DMO

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The Nigeria’s External Debt has increased by $11.7 Billion in Three Years, says the Debt Management Office(DMO).

According to the Debt Management Office, the country’s external debt rose from $10.32 billion in June 2015 to $22.08 billion as at June 2018.

This means that the country’s external debt has grown by 114.05 per cent in the last three years.

The DMO, said commercial foreign loans, which stood at $1.5 billion in June 2015, had risen to $8. billion by June 2018.

This means that in the last three years, the country’s exposure to commercial foreign loans has risen by $7.3 billion or 486.67 per cent.

With a commitment of $8.47 billion, the World Bank is responsible for 38.36 per cent of the country’s foreign portfolio.

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