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Monday, November 28, 2011
28/11/2011: Updated data for 2007-2010 Government Debt: Ireland
The CSO issued today updated - revised - figures for General Government Debt for Ireland. here's the core changes:
As you can see, the error due to the DofF double counting has been now rectified and the adjusted 2010 GGD now stands at €144,269 million. This, to remind you, does not include Nama liabilities, but it does include the promissory notes issued to Anglo & INBS. Table below details holdings of the Irish Government debt (as of May 2011):
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