Greece's outstanding debt expanded to more than 5 billion euros as of May's end, compared to the start of 2015's 3.8 billion euro figure.
During the same time frame, the Hellenic government's primary surplus has dipped. State sectors including medical and social security accounts, have experienced a deficit during 2015.
According to the Greek Finance Ministry, state debt enlarged 32%, equaling 5.04 billion euros within 5 months. However, the nation's primary budget surplus figure totaled 557 million euros by the end of May, in comparison to 1.1 billion euros during the same 2014 time period.
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