Greece’s central government debt reached €345.3 billion at the end of June, up from €343.7 billion three months earlier, according to data published by the General Accounting Office on Friday.
The state’s cash reserves stood at €13.08 billion, up from €12.32 billion at the end of March, the accounting office said. The debt is made up of bonds and short-term finance amounting to €68.13 billion and loans of €277.24 billion.
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