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What share of government world debt does each country owe? See it all broken down in this stunning visualization.
Visualization type: Voronoi-style diagram
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Two decades ago, total government debt was estimated to sit at $20 trillion.
Since then, according to the latest figures by the IMF, the number has ballooned to $69.3 trillion with a debt to GDP ratio of 82% — the highest totals in human history.
Which countries owe the most money, and how do these figures compare?
First published: November 14, 2019 (link)
Source files included: .ai, .eps, .pdf
Data source: IMF
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