For example, the debt-GDP ratio
of most developed countries ranges 80-100 per cent, and over 200 per cent for with Japan (IMF, 2015).
Any sign that the relevance of the 3% of GDP EU deficit criteria weakens as a fiscal anchor, or failure to stabilise the debt-GDP ratio
in the medium term.
From a high of nearly 75 percent in 2004, debt-GDP ratio
was drastically reduced to below 45 percent, owing to prudent debt management, fiscal discipline, and economic growth," the DOF said.
From a high of nearly 75 percent in 2004, Beltran said that debt-GDP ratio
was "drastically" reduced to below 45 percent owing to prudent debt management, fiscal discipline, and economic growth.
3 per cent,and fall in the external debt-GDP ratio
The debt-GDP ratio
will increase insignificantly in 2016 before stabilising next year and beginning to decrease in 2018.
Korea's household debt-GDP ratio
was higher than the 74 percent average of advanced economies and more than doubled the 40 percent average among Asia's emerging economies.
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, health costs, entitlements
The federal debt headwind causes a decline in disposable income relative to total income as a result of cuts in benefits or increases in taxes needed to stabilize the federal debt-GDP ratio
Thailand has seen one of the sharpest surges in household debt in the region, with the debt-GDP ratio
rising from 60 per cent to 85 per cent over the past five years," Krystal Tan, an analyst with Capital Economics, told AFP.
8 per cent of nominal gross domestic product) and low debt-GDP ratio
9 and India's external debt has remained within manageable limits as indicated by external debt-GDP ratio