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Emerging markets Compared by Economy > Debt > External > Per capita

DEFINITION: Total public and private debt owed to non-residents repayable in foreign currency, goods, or services. Per capita figures expressed per 1 population.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Estonia $18,861.44 per capita 2007
2 Hungary $14,353.00 per capita 2007
3 Latvia $13,209.08 per capita 2007
4 Lithuania $6,348.87 per capita 2007
5 Bulgaria $4,763.17 per capita 2007
6 Poland $4,408.30 per capita 2007
7 Chile $3,537.05 per capita 2007
8 Argentina $3,369.57 per capita 2007
9 Romania $3,346.19 per capita 2007
10 Turkey $3,181.62 per capita 2007
11 Russia $2,721.79 per capita 2007
12 Malaysia $2,329.86 per capita 2007
13 Mexico $1,674.32 per capita 2007
14 Venezuela $1,665.03 per capita 2007
15 Ukraine $1,491.15 per capita 2007
16 South Africa $1,472.80 per capita 2007
17 Brazil $1,207.30 per capita 2007
18 Peru $1,144.91 per capita 2007
19 Colombia $932.64 per capita 2007
20 Thailand $900.59 per capita 2007
21 Philippines $678.33 per capita 2007
22 Indonesia $584.59 per capita 2007
23 China $274.62 per capita 2007
24 Pakistan $235.52 per capita 2007
25 India $146.39 per capita 2007

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Emerging markets Compared by Economy > Debt > External > Per capita

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Interesting observations about Economy > Debt > External > Per capita

  • All of the top 2 countries by debt > external > per capita are Tourist destination.
  • 4 of the top 5 countries by debt > external > per capita are Heavily indebted.
  • Ireland has had the highest debt > external > per capita since 2005.
  • 104 of the top 189 countries by debt > external > per capita are Hot countries.
  • Iceland has ranked in the top 2 for debt > external > per capita since 1999.
  • Switzerland has ranked #2 in debt > external > per capita since 2006.
  • Uganda has ranked second last for debt > external > per capita since 2006.
  • 2 of the top 5 countries by debt > external > per capita are Densely populated.
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