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Debt Explained

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Debt Definition

This is the gross government debt, this means the amount of money (the repayment value) owed by government today calculated according to the SDDS 2014 and The Maastricht Treaty guidelines. In keeping with the aforementioned guidelines we do not subtract from the debt any financial assets the government may own. Please also note the debt figures do not take into account any government future payments e.g. pensions payable next year. Or business and private borrowing e.g. you buying a car with a loan, buying a house with a mortgage or a business buying a machine with a bank loan.

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