Finland - Net lending (+) /net borrowing (-): Paid was EUR1784.00 Million in December of 2021, according to the EUROSTAT. Historically, Finland - Net lending (+) /net borrowing (-): Paid reached a record high of EUR12398.00 Million in December of 2002 and a record low of EUR-4223.00 Million in December of 2016. Trading Economics provides the current actual value, an historical data chart and related indicators for Finland - Net lending (+) /net borrowing (-): Paid - last updated from the EUROSTAT on October of 2022.

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Net Lending (+) /net Borrowing (-): Paid
Country Last Previous Unit Reference
Hungary 308144.00 502663.00 Million Dec 2020
Sweden 296193.00 297876.00 Million Dec 2021
Germany 260973.00 229033.00 Million Dec 2021
Netherlands 78015.00 56811.00 Million Dec 2021
Italy 52706.00 64892.00 Million Dec 2021
Spain 22435.00 11923.00 Million Dec 2021
Austria 6784.00 8637.00 Million Dec 2020
Croatia 4966.00 18533.00 Million Dec 2020
Belgium 3712.00 1325.00 Million Dec 2020
Finland 1784.00 1863.00 Million Dec 2021
Luxembourg 1778.00 -2070.00 Million Dec 2020
Latvia 1375.00 247.00 Million Dec 2020
Portugal 1176.00 -415.00 Million Dec 2021
Estonia 20.00 1284.00 Million Dec 2020
Slovakia -720.00 -1905.00 Million Dec 2020
Cyprus -2157.00 -1280.00 Million Dec 2020
Greece -9658.00 -2019.00 Million Dec 2020
Ireland -25418.00 -106082.00 Million Dec 2020
Czech Republic -75661.00 104563.00 Million Dec 2021
Finland | EUROSTAT Indicators