Positions with negative values cannot be shown in the donut chart. The list below and the bar chart at the bottom of the page show the complete breakdown.

Gross Borrowing Federal Budget, Special Funds & Loan Financing

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Gross Borrowing in Detail

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Gross Borrowing by Purpose since 1995

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Gross Borrowing in Detail

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Gross Borrowing by Type of Debt since 1995

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Gross Borrowing in Detail

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Gross Borrowing by Remaining Maturity since 1995

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Definition

The long-term time series published here on debt levels, gross borrowing requirements, interest, redemptions and outstanding volume (including own holdings) refer to Federal securities or borrowing by the Federal government. As central government debt statistics, they only represent a part of the general government debt statistics. In addition to the Federal government, total government debt in the general government budget also includes the Länder, municipalities and municipal associations as well as social security funds, including all extra-budgetary funds. In the national accounts, the sum of all these levels is the starting point for calculating the Maastricht debt level, which is used for international comparisons of government debt ratios.

Federal borrowing is used to finance the federal budget and its special funds as well as to take out loans for the FMS and ESF, which are passed on to institutions under public law (loan financing). All time series are available for download with disaggregated data. All figures are in euro.