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The debt of Switzerland

42.74 % in 2017

Though Switzerland debt fluctuated substantially in recent years, it tended to decrease through 1998 - 2017 period ending at 42.74 % in 2017.

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Date Value Change, %
2017 42.74 1.93 %
2016 41.93 -2.59 %
2015 43.04 0.13 %
2014 42.99 0.15 %
2013 42.92 -1.72 %
2012 43.67 1.86 %
2011 42.87 0.79 %
2010 42.54 -3.47 %
2009 44.07 -3.94 %
2008 45.87 0.88 %
2007 45.47 -8.37 %
2006 49.62
Greece 191.49 % in 2017 IMF
Italy 153.45 % in 2017 IMF
Portugal 146.55 % in 2017 IMF
France 124.25 % in 2017 IMF
Belgium 122.41 % in 2017 IMF
United Kingdom 117.45 % in 2017 IMF
Spain 114.92 % in 2017 IMF
Austria 96.97 % in 2017 IMF
Hungary 92.25 % in 2017 IMF
Croatia 90.79 % in 2017 IMF
Budget Deficit 1.28 % in 2017 IMF
Consumption of fixed capital 2.77 % in 2017 IMF
Government Expenditure 32.66 % in 2017 IMF
Government Revenue 34.17 % in 2017 IMF
Investment in Nonfinancial Assets 3.01 % in 2017 IMF
Net Worth 43.98 % in 2017 IMF
Operating Balance 4.29 % in 2017 IMF
Primary Net Lending/Borrowing 1.71 % in 2017 IMF
Structural Balance 0.11 Percent of potential GDP in 2018 IMF

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