Czech Republic

Czech Republic: Gross financing needs to reach 9.2% of GDP in 2023

  • They should fall to about 6-6.5% of GDP in 2024-2025 because of lower debt amortization payments

  • Finance ministry plans issuance of CZK-denominated bonds between CZK 400-500bn and CZK 650bn in 2023

  • New Eurobonds appear highly unlikely, but FM will offer about EUR 3.3bn in EUR-denominated instruments under Czech law
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