Chile Debt to GDP Ratio 1995-2023

Debt is the entire stock of direct government fixed-term contractual obligations to others outstanding on a particular date. It includes domestic and foreign liabilities such as currency and money deposits, securities other than shares, and loans. It is the gross amount of government liabilities reduced by the amount of equity and financial derivatives held by the government. Because debt is a stock rather than a flow, it is measured as of a given date, usually the last day of the fiscal year.
  • Chile debt to gdp ratio for 2000 was 13.15%, a 0.13% decline from 1999.
  • Chile debt to gdp ratio for 1999 was 13.28%, a 1.16% increase from 1998.
  • Chile debt to gdp ratio for 1998 was 12.12%, a 0.66% decline from 1997.
  • Chile debt to gdp ratio for 1997 was 12.78%, a 1.8% decline from 1996.
Data Source: World Bank

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Similar Country Ranking
Country Name Government Debt as % of GDP
Greece 119.43%
Belgium 109.65%
Japan 98.93%
United Kingdom 87.45%
Singapore 83.84%
Sweden 70.28%
Austria 64.74%
Hungary 61.21%
Canada 58.60%
France 58.30%
Iceland 58.26%
Spain 56.42%
Slovak Republic 53.94%
Ireland 38.14%
Croatia 34.25%
United States 33.27%
Lithuania 32.69%
Australia 29.55%
Switzerland 25.78%
Bahrain 25.75%
Bahamas 18.75%
Chile 13.15%
Estonia 4.07%
Chile Debt to GDP Ratio - Historical Data
Year Government Debt as % of GDP Annual Change
2000 13.15% -0.13%
1999 13.28% 1.16%
1998 12.12% -0.66%
1997 12.78% -1.80%
1996 14.58% -2.79%
1995 17.37% -2.79%