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General government gross debt as a percentage of GDP in the UK has had the downward trend from 87.9% in 2016 to 87% in 2018 according to IMF and EC. According to OECD, the general government gross debt as a percentage of GDP in the UK fell from 106.5% in 2016 to 105.1% in 2017, and then started to slightly grow. 

Forecasts of international agencies differ as well: IMF and EC predict the further decrease of the general gross debt in the UK until 2020 (2024) while OECD insist on the further growth of the government gross debt as a percentage of GDP up until 113.3% by 2020.

 

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