312,679,022,950 euros. This is how much Greece has to repay

312,679,022,950 euros. This is how much Greece has to repay
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Greece will need another 42 years to pay back what it owes to its lenders, provided that no new debt is added and no punitive interest rates are added as a result of any missed payments.

Year in, year out, Greece will have to pay an average of 10 billion euros to the International Monetary Fund, the European Central Bank, the EU and each EU country separately, not to mention several other financing institutions.

According to data submitted to the Greek Parliament by the Public Debt Management Agency (ODDHX), the Debt of the Public Administration on 30 April 2015 was: 312,679,022,950 euro

The debt in euro is distributed in

  1. Treasury Bills: 14,943,985,150
  2. Bonds: 39.380,106,240
  3. Bonds ANFA: 7,309,342,288
  4. Bonds held by the ECB: 19,874,176,528
  5. Loans from the Bank of Greece: 4,265,072,006
  6. specific transnational foreign loans (European Investment Bank): 7,094,520,535
  7. Other foreign loans: 5,081,086,468
  8. Loans from EFSF: 130,909,000,000
  9. Loans from Euro area member states: 52,900,000,000
  10. Loans from IMF: 20,634,653.567
  11. Short-term loans (repos): 10,286,954,529
  12. Total: 312,679,022,950

The Public Debt Management Agency has also submitted the road map for payments starting 30 April 2015 until 2057.

2015: 38.328 billion
2016: 7.227 billion
2017: 9.648 billion
2018: 4.600 billion
2019: 13.628 billion
2020: 5.080 billion
2021: 5.154 billion
2022: 6.907 billion
2023: 9.208 billion
2024: 8.964 billion
2025: 7.419 billion
2026: 8.059 billion
2027: 8.062 billion
2028: 7.469 billion
2029: 6.893 billion
2030: 7.220 billion
2031: 6.723 billion
2032: 9.523 billion
2033: 6.780 billion
2034: 9.520 billion
2035: 9.247 billion
2036: 9.316 billion
2037: 12.813 billion
2038: 12.516 billion
2039: 13.401 billion
2040: 6.369 billion
2041: 7.292 billion
2042: 7.682 billion
2043: 10.100 billion
2044: 6.23 billion
2045: 8.13 billion
2046: 4.83 billion
2047: 5.9 billion
2048: 2.5 billion
2050: 500 million
2053: 2 billion
2054: 6.3 billion
2057: 1.13 billion

Repayments to the IMF extend until 2024 and the road map is:

2015: 5.498 billion
2016: 2.995 billion
2017: 708 million
2018: 1.763 billion
2019: 2.046 billion
2020: 2.046 billion
2021: 2.046 billion
2022: 1.910 billion
2023: 1.338 billion
2024: 284 million

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