General government gross debt to GDP in the US has had the common upward trend from 86% in 2009 to 108.1% in 2016 according to EC, or from 94.3% to 115.6% for the same period according to OECD.
EC and IMF predict that debt of US will be 108.3% of GDP ultimately, what is near to 2016 level. OECD expects government debt of the US to grow slightly.
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