Greece posts EU's highest debt-to-GDP ratio in Q4 - Eurostat

Greece posts EU's highest debt-to-GDP ratio in Q4 - Eurostat

Greece had a government debt-to-GDP ratio of 205.6% in the last quarter of 2020, the highest among EU member states, the bloc's statistical office Eurostat said on Friday, quoting provisional data.

Greece also showed the steepest debt-to-GDP ratio increase on an annual comparison basis among members of the bloc in the fourth quarter of 2020 - of 25.1 percentage points (pp), Eurostat said in a statement.

Elsewhere in Southeast Europe (SEE), Bulgaria posted the third-lowest government debt-to-GDP ratio among EU-27, of 25%, after Estonia and Luxembourg.


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