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Greek gg debt down by 1 pp in Q1 2014, still at 174.1 pct of GDP
Greece’s general government debt slipped by 3.9 billion euros quarter on quarter to 314.8 billion euros, or 174.1 percent of GDP, at the end of Q1 2014 from 318.7 billion, or 175.1 percent, at the end of 2013, according to Eurostat data published on Tuesday.
Recent Finance Ministry figures put central government debt at 320.42 billion euros in Q1, implying a lower drop of 1.06 billion in the quarter.
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