TABLE-Details of Czech Q3 state debt structure

Dec 15 (Reuters) - The Czech Republic's gross central government debt rose to 1,384.8 billion crowns ($73.85 billion) at the end of September, from 1,246.1 billion at the end of June, the Finance Ministry said on Wednesday. The table details the structure of state debt at the end of the period. The headline number was previously released on October 8. 9M/10 H1/10 Q1/10 9M/09 GOVERNMENT DEBT (CZK bln) total outstanding 1,384.8 1,246.1 1,216.8 1,167.7 internal 1,084.8 992.3 966.3 941.0 treasury bonds 863.9 810.7 786.4 774.2 treasury bills 128.5 89.2 87.5 79.5 external 300.0 253.8 250.4 226.7 debt guaranteed by govt 476.16 477.18 479.05 414.1 NOTE. The table is prepared under IMF methodology. Data show levels at the end of the period mentioned. Figures are rounded and include central government liabilities in bonds, loans and other instruments but not the debt or liabilities from off-budget funds, social insurance funds or other government or quasi-government institutions. ((For past economic data and analysts' forecasts, double click on)) (Reporting by Mirka Krufova; editing by Michael Winfrey) ($1=18.74 Czech Crown) Keywords: CZECH/DEBT (prague.newsroom@thomsonreuters.com; +420 224 190 477; Reuters Messaging: mirka.krufova.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net) COPYRIGHT Copyright Thomson Reuters 2010. All rights reserved.

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