11 August 2011

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List of Highest Debt Ridden Countries Know which countries are highly debt Ridden

List of Highest Debt Ridden Countries Know which countries are highly debt Ridden

Below is the list of 20 countries having highest debt.


1.
United States

Debt: $14.590 trillion (9 August 2011)

Per capita debt: $46,929

Debt as in percentage of GDP: 94%


2.
United Kingdom

Debt: $8.981 trillion

Per capita debt: $144,338

Debt as in percentage of GDP: 400

3.
Germany

Debt: $4.713 trillion

Per capita debt: $57,755

Debt as in percentage of GDP: 142

4.
France

Debt: $4.698 trillion

Per capita debt: $74,619

Debt as in percentage of GDP: 182

5.
The Netherlands

Debt: $3.733

Per capita debt: 225,814

Debt as in percentage of GDP: 471

6.
Japan

Debt: $2.441 trillion

Per capita debt: $19,148

Debt as in percentage of GDP: 45

7.
Ireland

Debt: $2.253 trillion

Per capita debt: $503,914

Debt as in percentage of GDP: 103

8.
Norway

Debt: $2.232 trillion

Per capita debt: $454,768

Debt as in percentage of GDP: 538

9.
Italy

Debt: $2.223 trillion

Per capita debt: $36,841

Debt as in percentage of GDP: 108

10.
Spain

Debt: $2.166 trillion

Per capita debt: $47,069

Debt as in percentage of GDP: 154

11.
Luxembourg

Debt: $1.892 trillion

Per capita debt: $3,759,174

Debt as in percentage of GDP: 3,443

12.
Belgium

Debt: 1.241 trillion

Per capita debt: $113,603

Debt as in percentage of GDP: 266

13.
Switzerland

Debt: $1.200 trillion

Per capita debt: $154,063

Debt as in percentage of GDP: 229

14.
Australia

Debt: $1.169 trillion

Per capita debt: $52,596

Debt as in percentage of GDP: 95

15.
Canada

Debt: $1.009 trillion

Per capita debt: $29,625

Debt as in percentage of GDP: 64

16.
Sweden

Debt: $853.30 billion

Per capita debt: $91,487

Debt as in percentage of GDP: 187

17.
Austria

Debt: $755 billion

Per capita debt: $90,128

Debt as in percentage of GDP: 200

18.
Denmark

Debt: $559.50 billion

Per capita debt: $101,084

Debt as in percentage of GDP: 180

19.
Greece

Debt: $532.90

Per capita debt: $47,636

Debt as in percentage of GDP: 174

20.
Portugal

Debt: $497.80

Per capita debt: $46,795

Debt as in percentage of GDP: 217


For the progress taking loan is good idea but the moment a corrupt politician becomes in charge of any country that country loses everything , becomes more and more debt ridden as corrupt politicians to do corruption start to build statues, start to spend government money for their fun, they go on foreign tours, they publish their own publicity advertisements with the government money, these are the few examples to know which politician is corrupt and which politician is honest.

For country what is important a statue or religious worship place or the school and collage. Honest politician will build school and collage with government money and will build statue and religious worship place using his own money, hard earned money if the politician is corrupt one he will use government money he will never spend his own money to build statue and religious worship place.

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10 comments:

Icy BC August 11, 2011  

It's no surprise to me that the US is in that much debt!

Chez August 11, 2011  

Hard to believe that when our current Government came to power they had a surplus! Two years of a Socialist Government is frightening.
Thanks for the Post.

Destination Infinity August 11, 2011  

What is Luxembourg doing? Did you notice that sky-rocket high per-capita debt? :)

Destination Infinity

sm,  August 12, 2011  

@Destination Infinity thanks.
you know about the loan how it works once you are in that hole its difficult to get out of it.

Donna K. Weaver August 12, 2011  

Go ahead. Make me ill. Ugh!

Team G Square August 12, 2011  

Nice to see that , India does not feature in this list . Politician are devil without D

sm,  August 12, 2011  

@Team G Square thanks.
But bad thing is India is also moving in that direction only.

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