oh yeah, here’s the PIIGS debt position

Posted on 10 May 2010

You may have seen this already, but courtesy of the New York Times: A spiffy graphic illustrating the colossal debt position of Portugal, Ireleand, Italy, Greece and Spain. It’s worth noting that the UK has a national debt of around £952 billion (or around US$1.42 trillion), so somewhere around the same level as Italy. That figure represents around 53% of British GDP, while Italy’s figure represents a proportion just less than twice that. Click for full-size.

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