External Debt is the portion of a country’s debt that’s borrowed from dangerous lenders including business banks, governments or international banking companies. These loans, which includes interest, must usually be paid inside the currency that the loan was made. In order in order to earn the needed currency, the borrowing country may sell along with export goods to the lender’s country.
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