Gross debt in Serbia

The government gross debt refers to the total of all sums of money that have to be paid to other countries, communities or institutions. On the other hand not included in the gross debt are the demands of a country to foreign ones.

The gross debt in Serbia in the period from 2003 to 2020 was between 11.5 billion and 31.2 billion USD. The hightest level within the past 17 years was reached in 2014. However, the liabilities in 2020 have been only 31 billion USD

Based on the number of inhabitants, this is in Serbia a debt of 4,431 USD per person. For comparison: The average debt per person in the same year in the European Union was 30,780 USD.

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Gross debt of the last 17 years in billion USD

YearSerbia totalSerbia per capitaEU per capita
200315.17 bn USD2,028 USD13,433 USD
200415.43 bn USD2,067 USD15,459 USD
200513.43 bn USD1,805 USD16,095 USD
200611.55 bn USD1,558 USD16,570 USD
200712.45 bn USD1,687 USD18,334 USD
200814.80 bn USD2,014 USD21,119 USD
200915.04 bn USD2,055 USD22,222 USD
201016.85 bn USD2,311 USD26,496 USD
201121.00 bn USD2,903 USD29,231 USD
201223.03 bn USD3,199 USD28,064 USD
201327.23 bn USD3,800 USD29,836 USD
201431.24 bn USD4,382 USD30,512 USD
201527.75 bn USD3,911 USD25,813 USD
201627.58 bn USD3,907 USD26,165 USD
201725.55 bn USD3,639 USD26,931 USD
201827.18 bn USD3,893 USD28,362 USD
201926.77 bn USD3,855 USD27,095 USD
202030.61 bn USD4,431 USD30,780 USD

Comparison of the gross debt per capita with the European Union in Euro

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