Countries With Lowest Government Debt To GDP - Bottom 10 World

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Government Debt To GDP Latest Reference
Afghanistan
Brunei
Burundi
Cayman Islands
Cuba
Estonia
Kosovo
Saudi Arabia
Swaziland
Uzbekistan

Brunei Government Debt to GDP stands at 3.10 percent. Source: Department of Economic Planning and Development, Brunei. Forecast: 3.8 percent.
Afghanistan Government Debt to GDP latest value is 8.30 percent, it is ranked as the world's lowest government debt to gdp. Source: Da Afghanistan Bank. Forecast: 10 percent.
Swaziland Total Public External Debt to GDP was last reported at 8.97 percent. It ranks as the world's 2nd lowest recorded government debt to gdp. Source: Central Bank of Swaziland. Forecast: 10.1 percent.
Uzbekistan Government Debt to GDP latest value is 11.60 percent, it is ranked as the 4th world's lowest government debt to gdp. Source: The State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan on Statistics. Forecast: 12.8 percent.
Saudi Arabia Government Debt to GDP was last reported at 13.10 percent. It ranks as the world's 5th lowest recorded government debt to gdp. Source: Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency. Forecast: 19.8 percent.
Burundi Government Debt to GDP stands at 15.20 percent and is the 6th lowest government debt to gdp. Source: Bank of Burundi. Forecast: 23.9 percent.
Cuba Government Debt to GDP latest value is 15.40 percent, it is ranked as the 7th world's lowest government debt to gdp. Source: National Office of Statistics, Republic of Cuba. Forecast: 16 percent.
Kosovo Government Debt To GDP was last reported at 15.75 percent. It ranks as the world's 8th lowest recorded government debt to gdp. Source: Ministry of Finance, Republic of Kosovo. NSA. Forecast: 15.9 percent.
Cayman Islands Government Debt to GDP stands at 16.50 percent and is the 9th lowest government debt to gdp. Source: Cayman Islands - The Economics & Statistics Office. Forecast: 15 percent.
The country with lowest Government Debt To GDP is Uzbekistan (11.60 percent in 2016) followed by Saudi Arabia (13.10 percent in 2016) in the second position and Burundi (15.20 percent in 2016) in the third.