The Weighted Average Cost (WAC) is a financial measure, which is intended to encompass in a single figure expressed in percentage terms, the cost of different sources of funding that owns the portfolio of the Republic. To calculate the CPP, it is required to know the balances and interest rates that has each of the sources of funding for their weight and weight them relative to total debt.

Ministry of Economy and Finance
Directorate of Public Financing
Weighted average cost of public debt - by portfolio
One of the key indicators to analyze the economic and financial viability of a state is the relationship that exists between public debt and gross domestic product. The ratio is calculated as the ratio between public debt and gross domestic product of a country.

​​​It measures the ability to cover the interest on the loan obligations of the Republic only in the portion of interest. The higher this indicator is, the more robust is the Republic to meet its commitments.​​