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The state debt of the countries of the world 2017


New data on the public debt of the countries of the world were calculated in 2017. Given the uniqueness of the economy of each country, for a more objective comparison, the state debt is compared with the gross domestic product (GDP).

There are two types of public debt:

The current one is the one that should be returned to foreign creditors this year, that is, in 2017. The general state - accumulated for several years together with unpaid interest, it should be reimbursed in subsequent years.

To assess the value of the national debt of a single state, specialists working in the field of economics and finance use the ratio between credit debt and the gross domestic product of the debtor country itself. In this case, GDP (gross domestic product) is a macroeconomic indicator representing the total amount of everything that the country has earned over the year on goods and services produced.

So, in 2016, Japan's public debt was about 248.1% of GDP. This means that for the full repayment of public debt, the entire population of the country should work for 2.5 years, completely abandoning the use of GDP for other purposes, for example, as own consumption. In fact, during this period a new debt will arise, since a complete refusal of own consumption is impossible. On the other hand, Japan is, along with China, the largest creditor of the United States. And with mutual settlement, Japan's position may be better than the US. Let us recall that the state debt of the countries of the world is 2016.

It is worth noting that the US economy in the presence of the largest national debt in the world and the largest GDP in the ratio is only on the 9th place.

Experts argue that the national debt is reflected not only in the economic sphere of the borrowing country, but can also lead to long-term political dependence. This is determined by the critical level of general debt indicators.

Below are the values ??of public debt (gross, without the counter demands of other states) in relation to GDP. At the same time, the obligations of states on pension insurance, health insurance, health care and other types of financing are not taken into account. Including hidden debts.

The public debt of the countries of the world in 2017 as a percentage of GDP: Table

1 Japan - 250.91
2 Lebanon - 147.62
3 Italy - 131.71
4 Eritrea - 127.5
5 Portugal - 127.33
6 Cape Verde - 122.25
7 Bhutan - 122.12
8 Jamaica - 116.07
9 USA - 107.48
10 Barbados - 106.58
11 Belgium - 106.52
12 Gambia - 99.24
13 Libya - 98.94
14 France - 98.84
15 Spain - 98.47
16 Singapore - 99.93
17 Maldives - 95.84
18 Cyprus - 95.32
19 Iraq - 95.22
20 Mauritania - 94.58
21 Sao Tome and Principe - 93.77
22 Ukraine - 92.31
23 Belize - 92.04
24 Bahrain - 92.01
25 Canada - 90.56
26 Croatia - 88.99
27 Egypt - 88.82
28 Antigua and Barbuda - 88.08
29 Great Britain - 87.92
30 Saint Lucia - 87.87
31 Jordan - 87.45
32 Ireland - 84.6
33 Austria - 83.85
34 Mozambique - 82.02
35 Slovenia - 81.78
36 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - 81.73
37 Dominica - 81.28
38 Brazil - 80.49
39 Grenada - 78.26
40 Serbia - 77.94
41 Montenegro - 76.99
42 Sri Lanka - 74.83
43 Hungary - 74.46
44 Kirghizia - 73.52
45 Ghana - 72.21
46 Trinidad and Tobago - 69.4
47 The Republic of the Congo - 68.99
48 Belarus - 68.89
49 Angola - 68.65
50 Albania - 67.77
51 Israel - 67.69
52 Bahamas - 67.56
53 Malawi - 67.45
54 Finland - 66.25
55 Laos - 66.11
56 Germany - 65.88
57 India - 65.56
58 The Netherlands - 64.89
59 Vietnam - 64.82
60 Uruguay - 64.01
61 Morocco - 63.97
62 Pakistan 63.66
63 Togo - 63.13
64 El Salvador - 61.79
65 Djibouti - 61.33
66 Argentina - 60.87
67 Malta - 60.78
68 Tunisia - 59.27
69 Ethiopia - 59.03
70 Zambia - 58.61
71 Lesotho - 58.5
72 Seychelles - 58.49
73 Yemen - 58.15
74 Puerto Rico - 57.7
75 Mauritius - 57.56
76 Samoa - 57.01
77 Qatar - 56.38
78 Senegal - 56.22
79 Saint Kitts and Nevis - 55.98
80 Malaysia - 54.96
81 Kenya - 54.96
82 Mexico - 54.89
83 Zimbabwe - 54.89
84 Tajikistan - 54.43
85 Guyana - 54.1
86 Poland - 52.85
87 Iceland - 52.63
88 Sudan - 52.43
89 Sierra Leone - 52.14
90 Central African Republic - 52.11
91 South Africa - 52.11
92 Slovakia - 51.89
93 Honduras - 49.76
94 Gabon - 49.52
95 China - 49.32
96 Armenia - 48.93
97 Bolivia - 48.28
98 Colombia - 47.99
99 Niger - 47.85
100 Denmark - 47.73

175 Russia - 19.43

 
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    GDP of the world's countries 2017
    List of the IMF in trillion. $.

      1 USA - 19,284
      2 China - 12,263
      3 Japan - 4,513
      4 Germany - 3,591
      5 Great Britain - 2,885
      6 France - 2,537
      7 India - 2,487
      8 Italy - 1,901
      9 Brazil - 1,556
      10 Canada - 1,530
    GDP per capita world countries 2017 (table)

    List of the IMF in $

      1 Luxembourg - 108004.9
      2 Switzerland - 79347.76
      3 Norway - 72046.29
      4 Qatar - 67269.64
      5 Macao - 61365.29
    The state debt of the countries of the world 2017

    Public debt of 2017 countries as a percentage of GDP

      1 Japan - 250,91
      2 Lebanon - 147,62
      3 Italy - 131,71
      4 Eritrea - 127,5
      5 Portugal - 127,33
      6 Cape Verde- 122,25
      7 Bhutan - 122,12
      8 Jamaica - 116,07
      9 USA - 107,48
      10 Barbados - 106,58
    Gold and currency reserves of the countries of the world 2017

    International reserves, billion USD

      1 China - 3080,7
      2 Japan - 1260,0
      3 Switzerland - 773,1
      4 European Union - 745,9
      5 Saudi Arabia - 492,9
      6 Taiwan - 444,4
      7 Russia - 419,9
      8 Hong Kong - 413,3
      9 India - 393,6
      10 Republic of Korea - 383,8

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