Models of public debt management in foreign countries and possibilities of their adaptation in Ukraine
Currently, Ukraine lacks institutionalized public debt management, which in recent years was planned in the form of a debt agency. Currently, the Ministry of Finance is mostly responsible for borrowing, but the volume of loans is growing, and the need to attract them is becoming increasingly acute for Ukraine. This article analyzes the models of public debt management in five economically developed countries. We offer the most successful solutions of Germany, Japan, the UK, France, and the US as potential tools for improving Ukraine’s debt policy.
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