Saudi Arabia had government debt shrinking from 14% of GDP in 2009 until 1.6% in 2014 followed by the quick rise. Consequently, in 2016 the level of government debt was close to 2009.

International Monetary Fund predicts it to increase up to 35.4% by 2021.

For the analysis of the other G20 economies, select a country page:

US | Canada | Mexico | France | Germany | UK | Italy | Brazil | Argentina | Turkey | Australia | China | India | Japan | South Korea | Indonesia | Russia | South Africa | Saudi Arabia | EU | Euro Area

Or, select an economic indicator:

GDP Forecast | Inflation Forecast | Unemployment Forecast | Current Account Balance Forecast | Government Debt Forecast

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