Denmark Debt to GDP Ratio 1991-2020

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.
  • Denmark debt to gdp ratio for 1994 was 75.26%, a 2.98% decline from 1993.
  • Denmark debt to gdp ratio for 1993 was 78.24%, a 11.61% increase from 1992.
  • Denmark debt to gdp ratio for 1992 was 66.63%, a 4.49% increase from 1991.
  • Denmark debt to gdp ratio for 1991 was 62.14%, a 62.14% increase from .
Data Source: World Bank

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Country Name Government Debt as % of GDP
Israel 108.77%
Cyprus 91.67%
Hungary 83.32%
Denmark 75.26%
Singapore 70.28%
Malta 69.81%
Poland 60.45%
Finland 58.25%
Japan 56.04%
Netherlands 54.29%
United States 47.35%
Iceland 44.04%
United Kingdom 40.48%
Bahamas 34.87%
Norway 30.75%
Germany 28.06%
Uruguay 24.53%
Switzerland 20.67%
Australia 20.23%
Bahrain 17.88%
Slovenia 17.69%
Czech Republic 14.18%
Latvia 9.02%
South Korea 8.18%
Portugal 5.66%
Denmark Debt to GDP Ratio - Historical Data
Year Government Debt as % of GDP Annual Change
1994 75.26% -2.98%
1993 78.24% 11.61%
1992 66.63% 4.49%
1991 62.14% 4.49%