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Public debt down B56.7bn

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Net public debt fell by 56.7 billion baht in October from the previous month, the Public Debt Management Office reported on Thursday. 

Outstanding public debt totalled 5.37 trillion baht as of Oct 31, or 45.28% of gross domestic product (GDP), director-general Chularat Sutheethorn said.

Government debt accounted for 3.76 trillion baht of the total public debt, while 1.08 trillion baht related to non-financial institution state enterprises, 561.73 billion baht to financial institution state enterprises and 834.69 million baht to other state agencies, she said.

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