WORLD DEBT CLOCK

  • WORLD DEBT CLOCK

    $61,380,034,483,572

  • INTEREST ACCRUED

    $359,550

COUNTRIES

Australia

Australia

GDP: $1,625,414,000,000
Population: 23,781,349

Austria

Austria

GDP: $362,608,000,000
Population: 8,584,000

Belgium

Belgium

GDP: $397,423,000,000
Population: 11,258,642

Brazil

Brazil

GDP: $2,532,810,000,000
Population: 206,768,562

Bulgaria

Bulgaria

GDP: $45,506,000,000
Population: 7,202,552

Canada

Canada

GDP: $1,435,679,000,000
Population: 35,985,770

China

China

GDP: $8,245,000,000,000
Population: 1,355,000,000

Colombia

Colombia

GDP: $377,700,000,000
Population: 47,900,000

Cyprus

Cyprus

GDP: $18,742,080,611
Population: 847,008

Czech Republic

Czech Republic

GDP: $181,104,000,000
Population: 10,543,125

Denmark

Denmark

GDP: $306,696,000,000
Population: 5,659,628

Estonia

Estonia

GDP: $23,701,000,000
Population: 1,313,814

Finland

Finland

GDP: $228,421,000,000
Population: 5,471,674

France

France

GDP: $2,354,660,000,000
Population: 66,133,194

Germany

Germany

GDP: $3,199,099,000,000
Population: 83,751,602

Greece

Greece

GDP: $188,736,000,000
Population: 10,812,508

Hong Kong

Hong Kong

GDP: $304,770,000,000
Population: 7,298,300

Hungary

Hungary

GDP: $115,595,000,000
Population: 9,849,798

India

India

GDP: $2,049,000,000,000
Population: 1,295,000,000

Ireland

Ireland

GDP: $224,699,000,000
Population: 4,625,087

Israel

Israel

GDP: $316,312,000,000
Population: 8,120,000

Italy

Italy

GDP: $1,739,293,000,000
Population: 60,795,764

Japan

Japan

GDP: $4,115,416,900,000
Population: 127,240,000

Latvia

Latvia

GDP: $26,121,000,000
Population: 2,023,825

Lithuania

Lithuania

GDP: $40,376,000,000
Population: 2,971,905

Luxembourg

Luxembourg

GDP: $57,095,000,000
Population: 562,958

Malaysia

Malaysia

GDP: $264,963,000,000
Population: 31,000,000

Malta

Malta

GDP: $9,193,000,000
Population: 429,364

Mexico

Mexico

GDP: $1,049,854,000,000
Population: 112,323,000

Netherlands

Netherlands

GDP: $717,506,000,000
Population: 16,900,575

New Zealand

New Zealand

GDP: $166,181,000,000
Population: 4,649,344

Norway

Norway

GDP: $352,096,000,000
Population: 5,165,998

Pakistan

Pakistan

GDP: $111,447,000,000
Population: 186,700,000

Poland

Poland

GDP: $460,966,000,000
Population: 38,492,299

Portugal

Portugal

GDP: $191,869,000,000
Population: 10,374,289

Romania

Romania

GDP: $170,645,000,000
Population: 19,860,074

Russia

Russia

GDP: $997,000,000,000
Population: 146,300,000

Singapore

Singapore

GDP: $277,604,000,000
Population: 5,535,494

Slovakia

Slovakia

GDP: $87,603,000,000
Population: 5,421,836

Slovenia

Slovenia

GDP: $41,102,000,000
Population: 2,060,821

South Africa

South Africa

GDP: $347,700,000,000
Population: 54,500,000

South Korea

South Korea

GDP: $1,348,000,000,000
Population: 50,617,000

Spain

Spain

GDP: $1,180,179,000,000
Population: 46,704,308

Sweden

Sweden

GDP: $483,876,000,000
Population: 9,747,355

Switzerland

Switzerland

GDP: $647,293,000,000
Population: 8,237,060

Thailand

Thailand

GDP: $376,483,000,000
Population: 69,400,000

Turkey

Turkey

GDP: $669,332,000,000
Population: 73,100,000

United Kingdom

United Kingdom

GDP: $2,720,890,000,000
Population: 64,767,000

United States

United States

GDP: $18,060,200,000,000
Population: 322,778,960

DEBT EXPLAINED

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INFO

Data

Over 90% of our data is directly obtained from official government agencies and central banks. When this has not been possible we have used data from the CIA, The World Bank or Eurostat. This raw data is then processed through our algorithms which use, amongst other variables, the average 10 year interest rate paid on the debt to accurately calculate the current debt amount at the time you are viewing the debt clock. We believe our calculations are correct working from the data that we have collected.

Debt Definition

This is the gross government debt, this means the amount of money (the repayment value) owed by government today calculated according to the SDDS 2014 and The Maastricht Treaty guidelines. In keeping with the aforementioned guidelines we do not subtract from the debt any financial assets the government may own. Please also note the debt figures do not take into account any government future payments e.g. pensions payable next year. Or business and private borrowing e.g. you buying a car with a loan, buying a house with a mortgage or a business buying a machine.

 

Disclaimer

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