Saturday , 3 December 2016


World’s Biggest Debtor & Creditor Economies: Where Does Your Country Rank?

In absolute size of net foreign liabilities the U.S. leads the way but, as a share of GDP, its position is much less than that of Spain & Poland who exceed the acceptable level of 60%. Where does your country rank?

The biggest creditor economies, based on mostly running trade surpluses over the years, are who you would expect.

The tables in the article linked HERE shows you all the details.

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