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Debt to GDP

Canada Debt to GDP

Debt to GDP refers to the ratio of government net financial liabilities divided by nominal gross domestic product (GDP). It reflects government finances and can be interpreted as the number of years to payoff debt if all GDP is devoted to debt repayment. The change in debt-to-gdp approximately shows net increase/decrease in government debt as percentage of GDP.

Date Value Previous Change
Jan 2013 36.3 35.3 +2.83 %
Jan 2012 35.3 33.3 +6.01 %
Jan 2011 33.3 30.6 +8.82 %
Jan 2010 30.6 28.5 +7.37 %
Jan 2009 28.5 22.8 +25.00 %
Jan 2008 22.8 23.1 -1.30 %
Jan 2007 23.1 26.5 -12.83 %
Jan 2006 26.5 31.2 -15.06 %
Jan 2005 31.2 35.4 -11.86 %
Jan 2004 35.4 38.9 -9.00 %
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