30 Countries with the Highest and Lowest Debt-to-GDP Ratio

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30 Countries with the Highest and Lowest Debt-to-GDP Ratio

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Source: The World Factbook, Central Intelligent Agency (CIA)

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Countries with the highest Debt-to-GDP Ratio
1. Japan 222.2%
2. Greece 179.4%
3. Lebanon 146.6%
4. Italy 132.5%
5. Portugal 130.4%
6. Jamaica 127.1%
7. Mozambique 121.2%
8. Eritrea 120.9%
9. Yemen 119.1%
10. Singapore 112.9%
11. Egypt 111.2%
12. Cyprus 107.8%
13. Belgium 106.0%
14. Mauritania 99.6%
15. Canada 99.4%
16. Spain 99.4%
17. France 96.4%
18. Mongolia 90.0%
19. United Kingdom 89.3%
20. Jordan 87.7%
21. Austria 84.6%
22. Croatia 83.8%
23. Congo, Republic of the 83.1%
24. Ukraine 81.0%
25. Slovenia 79.7%
26. Sri Lanka 79.3%
27. Ghana 78.1%
28. Morocco 77.5%
29. Angola 77.2%
30. United States 76.5%

 

Countries with the lowest Debt-to-GDP Ratio
1. East Timor 0.0%
2. Libya 7.4%
3. Afghanistan 8.3%
4. Estonia 9.5%
5. Russia 10.0%
6. Iran 13.4%
7. Nigeria 14.3%
8. Uzbekistan 15.4%
9. China 16.1%
10. Kuwait 17.3%
11. Congo, Democratic Republic of the 17.6%
12. Algeria 18.0%
13. Botswana 18.1%
14. Kosovo 20.6%
15. Chile 21.3%
16. Saudi Arabia 22.3%
17. Paraguay 22.4%
18. Equatorial Guinea 23.1%
19. Peru 23.8%
20. Turkmenistan 23.9%
21. Kazakhstan 26.2%
22. Bangladesh 26.9%
23. Nepal 27.3%
24. Swaziland 27.5%
25. Cambodia 29.1%
26. Guatemala 29.2%
27. Turkey 29.4%
28. Bulgaria 29.5%
29. Mali 29.7%
30. Cameroon 30.5%

 

*Not included countries with less than 1 million inhabitants.

 

The Debt-to-GDP Ratio is the ratio between a country’s government debt and its GDP. A low Debt-to-GDP Ratio indicates an economy that produces and sells goods and services sufficient to pay back debts without incurring further debt. (Wikipedia)

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