EC_XT_032 External Debt (US$) (1999 – 2010)
Service Manager Kamonwan (66(0)2283-5180) Maliwan (66(0)2283-5946)   
  Last Updated : 10 May 2019 19:05 (Unit: Millions of US Dollars)  
  Q1/2011 Q4/2010 Q3/2010 Q2/2010 Q1/2010 Q4/2009
1External debt      
2General government8,557.237,782.917,596.065,276.784,743.263,882.99
3  Short-term50.75194.53351.5399.35233.81364.08
4    Money market instruments50.75194.53351.5399.35233.81364.08
5    Loans0.000.000.000.000.000.00
6    Trade credits0.000.000.000.000.000.00
7  Long-term8,506.487,588.377,244.525,177.424,509.453,518.91
8    Bonds and notes7,454.006,498.126,157.044,123.523,475.342,463.59
9    Loans1,052.471,090.251,087.481,053.901,034.111,055.31
10    Trade credits0.000.000.000.000.000.00
11Monetary authorities6,626.484,879.573,562.042,607.362,610.852,047.80
12  Short-term4,216.722,574.371,691.641,016.89835.08418.70
13    Money market instruments4,216.722,574.371,691.641,016.89835.08418.70
14    Loans0.000.000.000.000.000.00
15    Other debt liabilities0.000.000.000.000.000.00
16  Long-term2,409.762,305.201,870.401,590.461,775.761,629.09
17    Bonds and notes870.44807.69358.03154.95302.10107.41
18    Loans0.000.000.000.000.000.00
19    Other debt liabilities 1/1,539.321,497.501,512.361,435.511,473.661,521.68
20Banks 2/22,709.8420,524.6015,807.0413,167.2211,630.8810,344.12
21  Short-term18,195.2016,654.7213,456.3910,896.539,577.688,541.04
22    Money market instruments0.000.000.000.000.000.00
23    Loans14,571.8412,668.749,500.787,778.966,407.995,606.43
24    Currency and deposits2,442.722,268.282,561.872,060.272,020.501,518.68
25    Other debt liabilities1,180.631,717.701,393.731,057.291,149.171,415.92
26  Long-term 2/4,514.643,869.872,350.652,270.692,053.191,803.07
27    Bonds and notes311.39312.31309.7689.9289.9290.00
28    Loans4,200.243,554.432,037.912,177.711,960.041,710.09
29    Currency and deposits2.993.132.963.053.232.98
30    Other debt liabilities0.000.000.000.000.000.00
31Other sectors70,310.0867,374.2965,867.8261,846.3861,166.9659,031.80
32  Short-term33,209.6131,231.2729,656.4227,066.7126,104.3723,803.88
33    State enterprises 3/4,551.124,383.143,450.102,662.711,722.76370.35
34      Money market instruments0.000.000.000.000.000.00
35      Loans41.346.2310.596.898.920.00
36      Currency and deposits20.0123.6116.7514.3615.6817.48
37      Trade credits 4/4,486.664,350.103,421.092,638.531,695.09341.26
38      Other debt liabilities3.103.191.652.923.0511.59
39    Private enterprises 5/28,658.4826,848.1326,206.3224,403.9924,381.6023,433.52
40      Money market instruments315.47159.81193.61108.12112.81159.66
41      Loans6,835.506,899.266,900.746,398.606,464.956,377.41
42         of which: Intercompany lending3,280.163,770.893,671.423,488.183,515.733,450.76
43      Currency and deposits0.000.000.000.000.000.00
44      Trade credits 4/21,201.0519,442.0818,765.7117,553.0617,223.7816,540.13
45      Other debt liabilities306.46346.96346.24344.20580.05356.30
46  Long-term37,100.4736,143.0136,211.3934,779.6735,062.5935,227.91
47    State enterprises 3/8,971.369,273.309,241.428,932.728,798.389,127.32
48      Bonds and notes683.01674.56678.65684.53808.02991.77
49      Loans8,288.268,598.658,562.698,248.117,990.288,135.47
50      Currency and deposits0.080.080.080.070.070.07
51      Trade credits 4/0.000.000.000.000.000.00
52      Other debt liabilities0.000.000.000.000.000.00
53    Private enterprises 5/28,129.1026,869.7126,969.9725,846.9426,264.2026,100.59
54      Bonds and notes3,984.864,046.364,247.234,270.744,491.264,611.06
55      Loans23,949.1122,598.8322,400.2821,244.8121,456.5521,018.92
56         of which: Intercompany lending7,457.695,682.505,913.955,550.555,661.505,709.82
57      Currency and deposits0.000.000.000.000.000.00
58      Trade credits 4/195.12224.51322.45331.38316.38470.61
59      Other debt liabilities0.000.000.000.000.000.00
60Gross External Debt 6/108,203.65100,561.3992,832.9882,897.7680,151.9675,306.72
61  Short-term55,672.2950,654.9145,156.0039,079.5036,750.9533,127.72
62  Long-term52,531.3649,906.4747,676.9743,818.2543,401.0042,179.00
63Debt / GDP (%) 7/37.1035.2033.3030.3029.9028.81
64International reserves / Short-term debt (%)326.20339.81361.50375.50392.10417.83
65Debt service payments 8/2,796.472,286.882,641.142,675.103,060.163,781.70
66  Principal2,506.681,951.822,314.832,406.322,802.143,536.63
67  Interest289.78335.06326.30268.78258.02245.07
68    Public sector426.86403.98477.68394.58402.98287.44
69      Principal332.52283.30363.61336.42354.41253.67
70      Interest94.33120.67114.0758.1548.5733.77
71    Private sector2,369.601,882.902,163.462,280.522,657.173,494.26
72      Principal2,174.161,668.511,951.222,069.892,447.723,282.95
73      Interest195.44214.38212.23210.62209.44211.30
74Export of goods and services67,951.5062,288.0058,022.3054,917.8054,229.1052,208.62
75Debt service ratio (%)4.113.674.554.875.647.24
76  Public sector0.620.640.820.710.740.55
77  Private sector3.483.023.724.154.896.69
78Memorandum items 9/      
79  Net Assets and Liabilities of IBF Out-out0.000.000.000.000.000.00
80    Advances (Assets) of IBF Out-out0.000.000.000.000.000.00
81    Borrowings (Liabilities) of IBF Out-out0.000.000.000.000.000.00

Source:
Bank of Thailand
Remark:
1/ Starting 2003Q1 onwards, this item includes SDR Allocations.
2/ Starting 2005 onwards, this item includes nonresident Baht account.
3/ Starting December 1998, external debt of the suspended financial institutions has been removed from non-bank sector and reclassified as FIDF's debt, which is part of state enterprises. The figure has regularly been adjusted to keep track of existing nonresident holders.
4/ Starting 2004:Q4 onwards, data are obtained from trade credit survey.
5/ Private enterprises debt is based on BOT's external debt survey result as of end-1998. Historical series have been adjusted back to 1995 using flow data obtained through the International Transactions Reporting System (ITRS).
6/ Commencing 1999, external debt statistics released are quarterly series.
7/ The denominator has been adjusted to be compliant with the World Bank method; i.e. calculated as a 3-year moving average GDP.
8/ Excluding loan prepayments, principal repayment on short term loans, except rescheduling.
9/ IBFs have commenced their operation in Thailand since September 1993. Out-out transactions refer to borrowing from non-residents (liabilities) and re-lending to non-residents (assets). Hence, these transactions are not included as part of the country's external debt in the view that IBFs act as a link between lending sources and ultimate borrowers rather than to act as ultimate borrowers themselves. Since December 2006, IBFs have not been recorded any transactions.