Countries With Highest Government Debt To GDP - Top 10 World

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Government Debt To GDP Latest Reference
Japan
Greece
Lebanon
Italy
Portugal
Cape Verde
Congo
Singapore
Bhutan
United States

Japan General Government Gross Debt to GDP stands at 253.00 percent and is the highest government debt to gdp. Source: Ministry of Finance, Japan. Forecast: 254.2 percent.
Greece Government Debt to GDP latest value is 178.60 percent, it is ranked as the 2nd world's highest government debt to gdp. Source: National Statistical Service of Greece. Forecast: 179.2 percent.
Lebanon Government Debt to GDP was last reported at 149.00 percent. It ranks as the world's 3rd highest recorded government debt to gdp. Source: Ministry of Finance, Republic of Lebanon. Forecast: 153.8 percent.
Italy Government Debt to GDP stands at 131.80 percent and is the 4th highest government debt to gdp. Source: National Institute of Statistics (ISTAT). Forecast: 131.6 percent.
Cape Verde Government Debt to GDP was last reported at 125.30 percent. It ranks as the world's 6th highest recorded government debt to gdp. Source: Banco de Cabo Verde. Forecast: 117.3 percent.
Congo Government Debt to GDP stands at 117.70 percent and is the 7th highest government debt to gdp. Source: International Monetary Fund (IMF). Forecast: 130.8 percent.
Singapore Government Debt to GDP latest value is 110.60 percent, it is ranked as the 8th world's highest government debt to gdp. Source: Government of Singapore. Forecast: 109.7 percent.
Bhutan Government Debt to GDP was last reported at 108.64 percent. It ranks as the world's 9th highest recorded government debt to gdp. Source: Royal Monetary Authority of Bhutan. Forecast: 113.2 percent.
United States Gross Federal Debt to GDP stands at 105.40 percent and is the 10th highest government debt to gdp. Source: U.S. Bureau of Public Debt. Forecast: 106.2 percent.
The country with highest Government Debt To GDP is Japan followed by Greece in the second position and Lebanon in the third.