Central government debt in the United Kingdom (2002 – 2014)

The central government debt of the United Kingdom remained stable from 2002 to 2007, with an average of 42.53% of the GDP value during this period of time. Since 2008, it is constantly increasing, reaching in 2014 the equivalent of 109.6% of the GDP value.

TraSources: Mondo International and CIRANO, 2017

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