Government Debt to GDP
The indicator compares a country's public debt to its GDP and is usually used to determine the degree of stability of the economy. The index assesses a country's ability to repay its current debts. Countries with a low debt-to-GDP ratio can pay off their debts fairly quickly. Countries with a high debt-to-GDP ratio are at risk of defaulting on their debts. A debt-to-GDP ratio of more than 77% is considered risky.
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