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Internal debt or domestic debt is the part of the total government debt in a country that is owed to lenders within the country. Internal government debt's complement is external government debt. Commercial banks, other financial institutions etc. constitute the sources of funds for the internal debts.

Internal public debt owed by a government (money a government borrows from its citizens) is part of the country's national debt. It is a form of fiat creation of money, in which the government obtains finance not by creating it de novo, but by borrowing it. The money created is in the form of treasury securities or securities borrowed from the central bank.

These may be traded but will only rarely be spent on goods and services. In this way, the expected increase in inflation due to the increase in national wealth is lower than if the government had simply created the money de novo and increased the more liquid forms of wealth (i.e., the money supply). The Rothschild Family played a major role in the history and acquisition of control of many nations money supplies and currency.

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Further reading

Reinhart, Carmen M.; Rogoff, Kenneth S. (2011). "The Forgotten History of Domestic Debt" (PDF). Economic Journal. 121 (552): 319–350. doi:10.1111/j.1468-0297.2011.02426.x. JSTOR 41236982.


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