World debt map 2012. A map of $48.8 Trillion of global debt by country.
You can see clearly why the world economy is suffering – high debt levels all over. Greece’s debt is ~160% of GDP. Even Germany, Europe’s lead, has a 82% debt level.
On an aggregate, Africa has the smallest debt levels and that is probably because no one will lend to them.
The country with one of the lowest debt levels, Libya.
PIMCO’s Bill Gross on a delevering world.
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