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General government gross debt (% of GDP) – 2018

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General government gross debt (% of GDP)

General government gross debt (Percent of GDP)2018
Japan238,2
Greece188,1
Sudan167,5
Venezuela159
Lebanon150
Italy130,3
Cabo Verde129,9
Eritrea129,4
Barbados123,6
Portugal120,8
Major advanced economies (G7)116,9
Mozambique112,9
Singapore112,9
Cyprus112,3
United States106,1
Advanced economies102,8
Bhutan102,7
North America101,9
Belgium101,2
Congo, Republic of 100,7
Belize97,5
Mauritania97,5
Jamaica97,4
Spain97,2
Western Hemisphere (Region)97
France96,7
Jordan96
East Asia93,1
Egypt92,5
Bahrain88,4
Brazil88,4
Antigua and Barbuda88,2
Dominica87,8
United Kingdom87,4
Canada87,3
Aruba86,6
Euro area84,4
Gambia, The82,8
Zimbabwe81,9
Western Europe81,7
European Union81,4
Asia and Pacific80,7
Angola80,5
Sierra Leone79,2
Sri Lanka78
São Tomé and Príncipe76,9
Togo75,7
Austria74,2
Croatia74,2
Montenegro74,2
Europe74
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines73
Pakistan72,5
Saint Lucia71,8
Hungary71,3
Ghana71,2
South America71,2
Albania71
Zambia70,9
Tunisia70,5
Ukraine70,5
Slovenia69,7
India69,6
Uruguay68,1
El Salvador67,9
South Asia66,9
Lao P.D.R.66,7
Ireland66,6
North Africa66,6
Maldives65,4
Latin America and the Caribbean65
Grenada64,6
Morocco64,4
Mauritius63,9
Saint Kitts and Nevis63,6
Argentina62,7
Suriname62,5
Yemen62,5
Israel61,5
Nauru61,5
Finland60,5
Seychelles59,9
Germany59,8
Ethiopia59,5
San Marino59,2
Serbia58,8
Burundi58,4
Gabon58,4
Malawi57,9
Vietnam57,8
Guyana57
Benin56,8
Kenya56,1
Belarus55,9
South Africa55,7
Puerto Rico55,4
Guinea-Bissau55,3
Malaysia55,1
Kyrgyz Republic55
Africa (Region)55
Bahamas, The54,5
Mexico53,8
Costa Rica53,7
Qatar53,4
Netherlands53,1
Tajikistan52,7
Armenia52,5
Iraq51,8
Vanuatu51,3
Emerging and Developing Asia51,3
Sub-Saharan Africa (Region) 50,9
Bolivia50,6
Senegal50,4
Emerging market and developing economies50,4
Samoa50,2
Caribbean50,2
China, People’s Republic of50,1
Poland50
Fiji49,8
Chad49,2
Slovak Republic49,2
Côte d’Ivoire48,8
Colombia48,7
Oman48,7
Southeast Asia48,6
Sub-Saharan Africa48,5
Azerbaijan48,4
Ecuador48,4
Namibia47,2
Central African Republic46,9
Niger46,3
Middle East, North Africa, Afghanistan, and Pakistan45,9
Malta45,1
Iran44,2
Georgia43,9
South Sudan, Republic of43,7
Emerging and Developing Europe43,5
Middle East and North Africa43,5
Uganda42,9
Trinidad and Tobago42,7
Rwanda42,6
Thailand41,9
FYR Macedonia41,5
Burkina Faso41,2
Central America41
Other advanced economies41
Australia40,5
Guinea40,4
Korea, Republic of40,4
Switzerland40,2
Liberia40,1
ASEAN-540,1
Philippines39,8
Honduras39,7
Middle East (Region)39,4
Lesotho39,3
Australia and New Zealand39,2
Bosnia and Herzegovina38,3
Pacific Islands 38
Sweden37,9
Eswatini37,6
Nicaragua37,5
Panama37,4
Tanzania37,4
Equatorial Guinea37,3
Romania37,2
Iceland37
Lithuania37
Cameroon36,9
Mali36,9
Dominican Republic36,5
Norway36,4
Papua New Guinea35,7
Madagascar35,1
Latvia35
Denmark34,7
Taiwan Province of China34,4
Eastern Europe 33,6
Bangladesh33,4
Haiti33,3
Czech Republic33,2
Myanmar33,2
Algeria32,9
Moldova32,5
Turkey32,3
Cambodia31,7
Turkmenistan30,9
New Zealand30,4
Central Asia and the Caucasus30,2
Djibouti29,9
Indonesia29,8
Kiribati29,8
Nepal29,7
Comoros29
Tuvalu27,6
Peru26,4
Guatemala25,1
Chile24,8
Nigeria24,8
Marshall Islands23,4
Bulgaria23,3
Luxembourg22,8
Micronesia, Fed. States of22,4
Kosovo21,9
Commonwealth of Independent States21,8
Paraguay20,4
Saudi Arabia19,4
Uzbekistan19,2
Kuwait18,8
Kazakhstan17,8
United Arab Emirates17,8
Congo, Dem. Rep. of the16,2
Russian Federation15,3
Botswana13,2
Solomon Islands12,4
Estonia8,8
Afghanistan6,8
Brunei Darussalam2,4
Hong Kong SAR0,1

source: IMF 2018

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