COPENHAGEN, May 26 (Reuters) - Denmark kept unchanged its estimate of central government gross financing needs for 2013 on Sunday, repeating it would fall against 2012.
The finance ministry forecast that its gross financing requirement would fall to 164 billion Danish crowns ($28.45 billion) in 2013 from 221 billion in 2012.
The gross financing requirement corresponds to the central government's net financing need plus repayment of short and long-term debt.
The new figures were published in advance of the government's 2013 budget proposal and new economic forecasts due on Monday. ($1 = 5.7640 Danish crowns)
(Reporting by Mette Fraende; editing by Andrew Roche) Keywords: DENMARK BORROWING/
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