Nov 132010

As of the writing of this article, the U.S ranks #40 out of 129 countries, according to the CIA, the Central Intelligence Agency, in highest ratio of debt to GDP.  The higher the ranking number the better; ergo, Libya has the lowest debt as a percentage of GDP and Zimbabwe has the highest. Other countries in the rankings:

  • Libya #129 (the lowest debt to economy ratio)
  • Equatorial Guinea #128
  • Iran #111
  • China #110
  • Mexico #68
  • Spain #42
  • India #34
  • France #17
  • Canada #13
  • Japan #2
  • Zimbabwe #1 (the highest debt to economy ratio)

To view the entire list and rankings on the CIA website, click on Country Comparison :: Public Debt.

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