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Pakistan Debt to GDP Ratio: 75.0%

DEBT TO GDP RATIO (PERCENTAGE)

GDP in Pakistan is offically estimated to be $278 Billion US dollars at the end of 2019.

The economy of Pakistan is offically reported as having a debt-to-GDP ratio of 75.0%, indicating Pakistan's debt level is .

World Economics has reassessed Pakistan's debt levels and estimates them to be lower than official figures suggest.

Gross Debt-to-GDP Ratio: Pakistan


Source: IMF, World Economics
Notes: Current Market Prices
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Economic Indicators: Pakistan 2017 2018 2019 2020
Debt to GDP Ratio (%) 67.1 72.1 85.6 87.2
Current GDP (Billions, US$) 305 315 278 264
Current GDP per Capita (US$) 1,465 1,482 1,285 1,194
Real GDP (US$ Billions, 2010) 240 254 257 258
Real GDP per Capita (US$, 2010) 1,155 1,198 1,185 1,168
Real GDP PPP (Billions, 2017) 950 1,006 1,016 1,021
Real GDP per Capita PPP (int$ 2017) 4,571 4,739 4,690 4,623
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