Based on the assumptions of economic growth and budget revenue and spending as well as projected net debt financing for the period 2016-2018, government debt-to-GDP ratio
is expected to reach about 28.
The Federal debt-to-GDP ratio
has declined from 32.
By comparing what a country owes to what it produces, the debt-to-GDP ratio
indicates a country's ability to pay back its debt.
Italy's economy is only now showing signs of sustained growth and its debt-to-GDP ratio
is above 132 percent, up from 130 percent in 2013 and 120 percent in 2010.
The kingdom's debt-to-GDP ratio
stands at 136 % or an increase by 20 percentage points of GDP.
uCaDespite a reduction in the aggregate debt burdens across commodity groups from 1990-2012, our analysis shows that an increase in commodity prices raises the debt-to-GDP ratio
for exporters of agricultural raw materials and metals, but lowers this ratio for fuel exporters, when controlling for time and country- specific factors;
public debt-to-GDP ratio
was below 60 percent and falling, after having peaked in 1946 when war financing brought it to a level of 121 percent.
Despite this, the public debt-to-GDP ratio
at end-2013 was close to 48 percent, up from 35 percent in 2008.
Germany aimed to limit its debt-to-GDP ratio
to below 60 percent, as requested by the Mstricht Treaty of European Union.
The debt-to-GDP ratio
will peak at almost 90% in the EU and 96% in the euro area before falling next year.
The decline in Ukraine's fiscal strength, with an expected increase in the debt-to-GDP ratio
to 55%-60% by the end of 2014 (from 40.
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