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Life on loan: which countries of the post-Soviet space have the most debts

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The world is on the verge of a real debt pit. According to estimates by the Institute of International Finance (USA), the total world debt this year could reach an unprecedented amount - $ 275 trillion. However, let them worry about the financial obligations of the United States in the White House, but for us the topic of the credit burden on Russia and its closest neighbors is much more relevant.


Before you get acquainted with the specific numbers, you need to decide what will be discussed. As a subject of assessment, I propose to consider public debt, calculated according to the methodology of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), that is, as a percentage of government borrowings to gross domestic product (GDP).

It should be understood as follows: if the national debt of a country is, for example, 100% of its own GDP, then the entire population of this state needs to work hard for exactly one year to pay it off completely. And at the same time not to spend a penny on any needs, except for the calculation of loan obligations (which, of course, is impossible). But such a convention is accepted in the world so as not to get confused in all the diversity of its economies, financial systems and other things.

Let's talk about the countries of the so-called post-Soviet space, and above all about those of them that are part of the CIS, as well as the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU). After all, these are our partners. Well, or former partners who turned into "non-brothers" ... As it turned out, such a foreign policy course does not contribute to economic prosperity at all: Ukraine is the traditional leader in terms of debt load among the former republics of the USSR.

Especially rapidly, this indicator of "non-profit" began to grow since 2014, sharply jerking from about half to 75% of GDP. By last year, it exceeded 90% of the gross domestic product. This is not surprising: the loss of the markets of Russia and most other CIS countries in the pursuit of European mirages could not but affect the achievement of a positive trade balance.

The situation is not too good for the country that is part of the Union State project with the Russian Federation - Belarus. Here, which is characteristic, the reason is exactly the opposite: Minsk, accustomed to the usual generous financial aid from Moscow, allowed itself to live somewhat beyond its means, and the volume of its public debt reached almost 70% of GDP. Now, of course, Russia will not leave Belarus without help, but in the future, reckless financial injections into the Belarusian economy are unlikely to continue. However, everything will depend on the depth of integration between the two countries.

Kyrgyzstan has a considerable amount of public debt (73.5% of GDP). Now there is also another revolution, which is unlikely to contribute to financial and economic stability.

In other former Soviet republics of Central Asia, the situation is clearly better. Only the debt of Tajikistan has crossed the half of its own GDP. Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, with their 21-24%, are generally among the least heavily credited post-Soviet countries.

Georgia and Armenia have considerable debts - also more than half of GDP. Moldova has about 35%. Thanks to the successful production and export of energy resources, Azerbaijan has until now remained a country with an almost meager state debt - no more than 18% of GDP.

For several years Russia has firmly occupied the penultimate place in the list of debtors among the former republics of the USSR (before Estonia, with its almost complete absence of both GDP and public debt). The volume of Russian public debt is over 17%. However, according to the estimates of some world financial institutions, it is even less.

The guarantee of this was the country's steady refusal from external borrowing and the maximum increase in gold and foreign exchange reserves, carried out in parallel with the decrease in their structure of the US currency and securities. According to estimates made a couple of months ago, the volume of Russian gold and foreign exchange reserves reached $ 600 billion. As a result, Russia in the post-Soviet space is the country with the lowest credit burden and the risk of default.
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  1. vargo
    vargo 18 October 2020 15: 08
    13
    Thanks for the info. Everything is interesting. Infographics are a bit lacking. It would be clearer
    1. SRC P-15
      SRC P-15 18 October 2020 15: 21
      18
      As a result, Russia in the post-Soviet space is the country with the lowest credit burden and the risk of default.

      And in the west, some countries have a credit load greater than their GDP and do not blow up! And what is interesting: they seem to give these loans and are not going to! Apparently they hope to shift this burden to other countries ... yes
      1. vargo
        vargo 18 October 2020 15: 23
        +3
        I agree, but I don't understand why you are writing this to me?
        1. SRC P-15
          SRC P-15 18 October 2020 15: 36
          -12 qualifying.
          Quote: vargo
          I agree, but I don't understand why you are writing this to me?

          Are you mentioned in my commentary? The quote I have highlighted is from the article, not from your comment. Well, I have a habit of lining up behind ... laughing
          1. major147
            major147 18 October 2020 16: 04
            13
            Quote: СРЦ П-15
            I have a habit of lining up behind ...

            You are dangerous ..... stop
            1. SRC P-15
              SRC P-15 18 October 2020 16: 11
              -4
              Quote: major147
              You are dangerous .....

              "And the pens - here they are ..." - Are you hinting at this? laughing I'm not like that!!! lol
              1. major147
                major147 18 October 2020 16: 12
                +4
                Quote: СРЦ П-15
                I'm not like that!!!

                I willingly believe, but I will be careful not to turn my back to you repeat
                1. SRC P-15
                  SRC P-15 18 October 2020 16: 15
                  +1
                  Don't worry, I don't go to a public bath - I'm afraid the soap will suddenly fall to the floor. laughing
        2. Clear
          Clear 18 October 2020 15: 37
          +2
          Quote: vargo
          I agree, but I don't understand why you are writing this to me?

          This is not for you, this is according to the article.
          1. vargo
            vargo 18 October 2020 15: 48
            +5
            Then why under my comment? It will be convenient for you to receive notifications about comments, not for you?
            1. Clear
              Clear 18 October 2020 15: 51
              +6
              Quote: vargo
              Then why under my comment? It will be convenient for you to receive notifications about comments, not for you?

              Vargo, why worry so much request This is not prohibited by the rules of the forum. Everyone understood everything from what was written.
              1. major147
                major147 18 October 2020 16: 06
                +7
                Quote: Clear
                Quote: vargo
                Then why under my comment? It will be convenient for you to receive notifications about comments, not for you?

                Vargo, why worry so much request This is not prohibited by the rules of the forum. Everyone understood everything from what was written.

                Personally, I just look at this "problem", if the post under my message requires my answer - I answer, if not, then skip. hi
              2. ul_vitalii
                ul_vitalii 18 October 2020 17: 16
                0
                Quote: Clear
                Quote: vargo
                Then why under my comment? It will be convenient for you to receive notifications about comments, not for you?

                Vargo, why worry so much request This is not prohibited by the rules of the forum. Everyone understood everything from what was written.

                He did not get under the rink here in full. This is from the category "how the steel was tempered", emotions are a bad guide and guide. hi
                1. Clear
                  Clear 18 October 2020 18: 34
                  +1
                  Quote: ul_vitalii
                  Quote: Clear
                  Quote: vargo
                  Then why under my comment? It will be convenient for you to receive notifications about comments, not for you?

                  Vargo, why worry so much request This is not prohibited by the rules of the forum. Everyone understood everything from what was written.

                  He did not get under the rink here in full. This is from the category "how the steel was tempered", emotions are a bad guide and guide. hi

                  Will figure it out a little.
                  Hi Vitaly, hi haven't appeared for a long time
                  1. ul_vitalii
                    ul_vitalii 18 October 2020 19: 14
                    0
                    Quote: Clear
                    Quote: ul_vitalii
                    Quote: Clear
                    Quote: vargo
                    Then why under my comment? It will be convenient for you to receive notifications about comments, not for you?

                    Vargo, why worry so much request This is not prohibited by the rules of the forum. Everyone understood everything from what was written.

                    He did not get under the rink here in full. This is from the category "how the steel was tempered", emotions are a bad guide and guide. hi

                    Will figure it out a little.
                    Hi Vitaly, hi haven't appeared for a long time

                    Greetings, Gennadievna. Alive, healthy. Let's talk.
            2. SRC P-15
              SRC P-15 18 October 2020 15: 55
              -1
              Quote: vargo
              Then why under my comment? It will be convenient for you to receive notifications about comments, not for you?

              Is it forbidden on the site to put your comment under someone else's? They also put under mine and do it right! I'm not worried about this case at all!
            3. Grandfather
              Grandfather 18 October 2020 18: 05
              +1
              Quote: vargo
              Then why under my comment? It will be convenient for you to receive notifications about comments, not for you?

              "clear" torol, moreover, a man, so do not get fooled by a cute avatar like males ... wassat
              1. Clear
                Clear 18 October 2020 18: 45
                +2
                Quote: Dead Day
                Quote: vargo
                Then why under my comment? It will be convenient for you to receive notifications about comments, not for you?

                "clear" torol, moreover, a man, so do not get fooled by a cute avatar like males ... wassat

                Won faq, and "grandfather" is not at all old, as on a cute avatar, but a disguised grandmother with constantly distorting words because of the false jaw.
                Generally no one gets fooled winked
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      2. paul3390
        paul3390 18 October 2020 15: 27
        +8
        Not really. The fact that the Western bourgeoisie will never repay the debts is understandable. But they have to pay interest! And here there is something - the lower the interest rate on government bonds, the less pay. But then they stop lending further, because it is not profitable. And with a high rate - the amount of payments immediately jump up .. Here and go. It is not clear that the mattress will print as much as necessary, at least for now, but the rest of the debtors have to get more and more sad.
        1. SRC P-15
          SRC P-15 18 October 2020 15: 43
          +4
          Quote: paul3390
          But they have to pay interest!

          I agree. And besides, while they pay interest on the debt, this debt in most cases continues to grow, and with it the interest on the debt. But apparently it is easier for them to pay endlessly growing interest than the debt itself.
          1. Egoza
            Egoza 18 October 2020 15: 50
            +8
            Quote: СРЦ П-15
            But apparently it is easier for them to pay endlessly growing interest than the debt itself.

            And the debt itself is simply NOT ALLOWED TO PAY! What for? They thrive precisely at the expense of interest.
            1. SRC P-15
              SRC P-15 18 October 2020 16: 01
              +4
              Quote: Egoza
              And the debt itself is simply NOT ALLOWED TO PAY! What for? They thrive precisely at the expense of interest.

              Well, I don't know ... How can I imagine that I pay interest, and the debt still does not decrease - my back is in soap. Apparently the whole point of their debt is that they are not going to pay it - they hope that others will do it for them.
              1. paul3390
                paul3390 18 October 2020 16: 12
                14
                Ceausescu evon - paid the entire debt, how did it end for him? Yes, and the current relations of the Russian Federation with the West - I think, not least of all, developed because during the period of fat oil prices we paid off debts. And not only their own - but also Gorbachev's, and for all the republics. And this - the bourgeois do not forgive ..
                1. Rubi0
                  Rubi0 18 October 2020 17: 24
                  +6
                  By the way, I have the same thoughts on this in Ukraine and other CIS countries, as soon as the Russian Federation wants to give a significant amount of credit in order to make money out of thin air like the IMF, then there immediately begins inclinations and shouts that this is undemocratic money, moreover, democratic money then go at an even higher percentage
            2. major147
              major147 18 October 2020 16: 10
              +1
              Quote: Egoza
              Quote: СРЦ П-15
              But apparently it is easier for them to pay endlessly growing interest than the debt itself.

              And the debt itself is simply NOT ALLOWED TO PAY! What for? They thrive precisely at the expense of interest.

              To simplify, a bank is an institution for issuing money at a time, where interest is the price of money.
          2. Lannan Shi
            Lannan Shi 18 October 2020 16: 38
            +7
            Quote: СРЦ П-15
            But apparently it is easier for them to pay endlessly growing interest than the debt itself.

            Actually, the main creditor of the same USA is the USA itself. The social security fund, pension funds, etc., hold $ 6 trillion in liabilities. Another 4 trillion from the FRS. Banks, and other commercial institutions in the United States, hold $ 8 trillion in liabilities. In general, such players as China and other Japan are, for the US government bond market, a pot-bellied trifle that does not affect anything. About the rest, others, and do not say anything at all. Namely, American players are more than happy with everything. Low-yield, but reliable investment. And while the US budget is able to pay interest, this carousel will simply not be stopped. yes
            1. nobody75
              nobody75 18 October 2020 17: 53
              +2
              Excuse me, are you talking about Trezheki? There are actually many problems there. Because of 4 trillion. the Fed has a bloated balance sheet. Sooner or later, it will be reduced and liquidity taken from the market. And no one really knows how to do this ... As for Japan, they consider themselves cunning ... they maintain parity in debt with the United States.
              Sincerely
        2. tihonmarine
          tihonmarine 18 October 2020 16: 10
          +1
          Quote: paul3390
          It is not clear that the mattress will print as much as necessary

          It was not for nothing that the Bretton Woods system was created to keep the states in debt.
          1. paul3390
            paul3390 18 October 2020 16: 20
            11
            It is also a question of who is in debt .. The system was created to flush dollars from the planet, which, instead of buying with them what the countries need, were given to America like a loan .. Idiocy? Undoubtedly. But this is how the system works. Left candy wrappers are printed, real nishtyaks are bought on them, and the earned candy wrappers are returned to the States .. As a result, the whole world actually works for America for nothing .. It was not for nothing that the USSR after the war shied away from the dollar as a liberal from the portrait of Comrade Stalin.

            Only such a construction is by no means eternal. Sooner or later, the pyramid will be covered. And the world will be able to get out of the situation either by the collapse and deriban of the States, or, alas, by the Third World War.
            1. tihonmarine
              tihonmarine 18 October 2020 16: 41
              +2
              Quote: paul3390
              Sooner or later, the pyramid will be covered. And the world will be able to get out of the situation either by the collapse and deriban of the States, or, alas, by the Third World War.

              Here you are naturally right.
            2. tihonmarine
              tihonmarine 18 October 2020 16: 43
              +1
              Quote: paul3390
              It is not for nothing that the USSR after the war shied away from the dollar as a liberal from the portrait of Comrade Stalin.

              But Boryusik put Russia on this needle.
              1. nobody75
                nobody75 18 October 2020 17: 20
                +2
                Not Boyusik, But Hercules ... Through the "People's Bank" in London, he entered the dollar system from the back door. Yes, and Stalin refused to join the Bretton Woods system and tracked the gold content of the ruble (Can the Soviet monetary system be considered a gold division? With numerous monetary reforms - I don’t think so) ... And now the Jamaican is bursting at the seams.
                Sincerely
        3. nobody75
          nobody75 18 October 2020 17: 15
          0
          Excuse me, but what does the word "give back" mean. Their debt is coupon and non-coupon bonds that are listed on the exchange. Let's say an extreme case - 100% of infa has passed, that they will not give it back ... Then the issuers will buy junk papers for a pittance and will not have to give anything away ... Don't you think that the author has confused the site? He should go to the financial forum ...
          Sincerely
      3. Svarog
        Svarog 18 October 2020 18: 14
        +4
        Quote: СРЦ П-15
        Apparently they hope to shift this burden to other countries ...

        So it is .. and they do it ..
        1. veritas
          veritas 19 October 2020 21: 03
          +3
          Quote: Svarog
          Quote: СРЦ П-15
          Apparently they hope to shift this burden to other countries ...

          So it is .. and they do it ..

          This guy needs to be shown on federal channels. Well done. Young, like, but everything is clear on the case and lays out on the shelves.
    2. Terenin
      Terenin 18 October 2020 15: 24
      +4
      Quote: vargo
      Thanks for the info. Everything is interesting. Infographics are a bit lacking. It would be clearer

      Infographics of external debts of the countries of the world, in particular here:
      https://svspb.net/danmark/vneshnij-dolg-stran.php
      1. A009
        A009 18 October 2020 15: 38
        0
        Nifiga Luxemburg is bankrolling !!)))
      2. Clear
        Clear 18 October 2020 15: 39
        +5
        Quote: Terenin
        Quote: vargo
        Thanks for the info. Everything is interesting. Infographics are a bit lacking. It would be clearer

        Infographics of external debts of the countries of the world, in particular here:
        https://svspb.net/danmark/vneshnij-dolg-stran.php

        Wow belay US $ 20.421.273 million?
        1. nobody75
          nobody75 18 October 2020 17: 22
          0
          And what's wrong with that? Especially in terms of modern monetary theory?
          Sincerely
      3. Avior
        Avior 18 October 2020 15: 58
        +3
        The external debt, which is referred to in the link and the national debt, about which in the article are very different things, are far from the same thing.
        1. Clear
          Clear 18 October 2020 16: 12
          +3
          Quote: Avior
          The external debt, which is referred to in the link and the national debt, about which in the article are very different things, are far from the same thing.

          So in the article in general about the post-Soviet states, it already started on a global scale lol
          1. Avior
            Avior 18 October 2020 16: 17
            +2
            there is also about the post-Soviet.
            it's just completely different numbers.
            1. Clear
              Clear 18 October 2020 16: 24
              +2
              Quote: Avior
              there is also about the post-Soviet.
              it's just completely different numbers.

              Sergei, the numbers have always been, will and should be different. Within reason, of course.
          2. Terenin
            Terenin 18 October 2020 16: 33
            +6
            Quote: Clear
            Quote: Avior
            The external debt, which is referred to in the link and the national debt, about which in the article are very different things, are far from the same thing.

            So in the article in general about the post-Soviet states, it already started on a global scale lol

            So the age of globalization, her mother .... I entered the house in Sber-online, buy antihemorrhoids laughing , and you are already controlled by the global financial system crying
            1. nobody75
              nobody75 18 October 2020 17: 24
              +1
              Soon the crypto-ruble will be introduced - no one will control you.
              He has a distributed register and no processing is needed ... The world financial system only controls bank clearing - through the Bank for International Settlements.
              Sincerely
              1. Terenin
                Terenin 18 October 2020 18: 16
                +3
                Quote: nobody75
                Soon the crypto-ruble will be introduced - no one will control you.
                He has a distributed register and no processing is needed ... The world financial system only controls bank clearing - through the Bank for International Settlements.
                Sincerely

                Yes, Ilya, the Bank of Russia is studying the feasibility of issuing a digital ruble, which will circulate in parallel with cash and non-cash rubles.
                By December 31, 2020, the regulator plans to receive feedback from experts and market participants on the initiative.

                Central Bank. How the digital ruble differs from non-cash money

                The digital ruble is a digital code and is stored in a special electronic wallet. Citizens keep non-cash money in an account in a commercial bank, which makes a digital record about this, the Central Bank said in a report.
                The issuer of the digital ruble is the Central Bank, and the commercial bank that opened the account is responsible for maintaining and maintaining accounts, transactions with entries on them.
                The digital ruble can be used to pay both online and offline without the Internet, the regulator points out. Non-cash money cannot be paid if there is no network connection.
                The bank account can be charged with interest as opposed to cash or digital rubles.
                1. nobody75
                  nobody75 18 October 2020 18: 22
                  0
                  The only question is how the correspondent account system and bank clearing will work.
                  Sincerely
                  1. Terenin
                    Terenin 18 October 2020 18: 27
                    +3
                    Quote: nobody75
                    The only question is how the correspondent account system and bank clearing will work.
                    Sincerely

                    Well, we are talking about non-cash money of citizens, and not about cashless payments between banks through clearing houses.
                    1. nobody75
                      nobody75 18 October 2020 18: 31
                      0
                      Then citizens can lose cashback if there is no normal clearing. And the cost of circulation will be high.
                      Sincerely
            2. dzvero
              dzvero 19 October 2020 11: 20
              0
              Getting rid of hemorrhoids, you cause hemorrhoids in the global financial market and run into sanctions and other nishtyaks smile The essence of debt is in one saying, right smile
    3. Svarog
      Svarog 18 October 2020 18: 06
      +4
      Quote: vargo
      Thanks for the info. Everything is interesting. Infographics are a bit lacking. It would be clearer

      It's clearer here ..
    4. NEXUS
      NEXUS 18 October 2020 21: 44
      0
      Quote: vargo
      Infographics are a bit lacking.

      One phrase is missing here, namely that the IMF is essentially the fund that DICTES what and how our PRIVATE Central Bank should do.
      And then, who owes more there does not really matter. What matters is that the main bank of the country, which is NOT STATE, sets the norms and rates in our Immense, under the strict guidance of the IMF Fund, which is the American lever of influence on the world economy in general and on the economy of our country in particular.
  2. horus88
    horus88 18 October 2020 15: 08
    -1
    Glory to Russia!
    1. Grandfather
      Grandfather 18 October 2020 15: 14
      +3
      Life on loan: which countries of the post-Soviet space have the most debts
      we are looking for who is worse, but let’s who is better, for example, about Uzbekistan? about GDP growth, about the standard of living? il about the Emirates, but cho, they pump oil, they give gas, and they don't cough. weak? and where do we get money from gas and oil? oops ...
      1. Clear
        Clear 18 October 2020 15: 41
        +3
        Quote: Dead Day
        and where do we get money from gas and oil?

        Grandfather, and koodы did they ... did they share the money ?.
        1. Grandfather
          Grandfather 18 October 2020 17: 58
          0
          Quote: Clear
          Quote: Dead Day
          and where do we get money from gas and oil?

          Grandfather, and koodы did they ... did they share the money ?.

          How theirs, the enemies, everyone has an annual budget in profit ... and how many skins are there? .here and look. "clear" you are mine, where the money floats. gy ...
        2. Ingvar 72
          Ingvar 72 18 October 2020 18: 17
          +1
          Quote: Clear
          , and where ... did they share the money ?.

          They invested in Treasuries. And after the sanctions, they were transferred to Chinese securities.
      2. tihonmarine
        tihonmarine 18 October 2020 16: 16
        -1
        Quote: Dead Day
        and where do we get money from gas and oil?

        In those hands in which the production and sale of oil and gas is located. Until 1991, I knew these hands, but now I don't.
        1. Terenin
          Terenin 18 October 2020 16: 36
          0
          Quote: tihonmarine
          Quote: Dead Day
          and where do we get money from gas and oil?

          In those hands in which the production and sale of oil and gas is located. Until 1991, I knew these hands, but now I don't.

          Yes, on these hands at a swoop you will not give as it should. Only through the Constitutional Reform what
          1. tihonmarine
            tihonmarine 18 October 2020 16: 44
            0
            Quote: Terenin
            Yes, on these hands at a swoop you will not give as it should. Only through the Constitutional Reform

            Or through the "Gulag".
            1. Terenin
              Terenin 18 October 2020 16: 48
              +4
              Quote: tihonmarine
              Quote: Terenin
              Yes, on these hands at a swoop you will not give as it should. Only through the Constitutional Reform

              Or through the "Gulag".

              At present, the guts are thin and the stigma is in fluff.
          2. Grandfather
            Grandfather 18 October 2020 17: 59
            +1
            Quote: Terenin
            Quote: tihonmarine
            Quote: Dead Day
            and where do we get money from gas and oil?

            In those hands in which the production and sale of oil and gas is located. Until 1991, I knew these hands, but now I don't.

            Yes, on these hands at a swoop you will not give as it should. Only through the Constitutional Reform what

            aha ... and the reform, through the "Aurora" ... well, like this we have ...
            1. Terenin
              Terenin 18 October 2020 18: 22
              +4
              Quote: Dead Day
              Quote: Terenin
              Quote: tihonmarine
              Quote: Dead Day
              and where do we get money from gas and oil?

              In those hands in which the production and sale of oil and gas is located. Until 1991, I knew these hands, but now I don't.

              Yes, on these hands at a swoop you will not give as it should. Only through the Constitutional Reform what

              aha ... and the reform, through the "Aurora" ... well, like this we have ...

              Nooo No. , we will continue to meekly watch as some "civilized" people pump hydrocarbons and biological resources abroad from Russia, studying fashionable Anglo-German-French show-offs of iridescent shades on super-expensive yachts.
              1. Grandfather
                Grandfather 18 October 2020 18: 24
                +1
                Quote: Terenin
                Nooo, we will continue to meekly watch as some "civilized" people pump hydrocarbons and biological resources from Russia abroad, studying fashionable Anglo-German-French show-offs of iridescent shades on super-expensive yachts.

                during my lifetime, I'm afraid it will. alas.
          3. Karabin
            Karabin 18 October 2020 19: 55
            +2
            Quote: Terenin
            Only through the Constitutional Reform

            Again!? Who else needs to be reset?
      3. nobody75
        nobody75 18 October 2020 17: 28
        +3
        In our "fat years" Kudrin invented the budget rule ... It is still in effect - the so-called "Kudrin's scissors". Everything that is higher than the estimated oil price in the budget goes to the reserve funds. Since neither he nor Chubais know how to play on the stock exchange ... Although there is light at the end of the tunnel! Chubais Kovidloy fell ill and Russia will face an economic miracle
        1. tihonmarine
          tihonmarine 18 October 2020 17: 32
          +3
          Quote: nobody75
          .Although there is a light at the end of the tunnel! Chubais Kovidloy fell ill and Russia will face an economic miracle

          Yes, someone heard the prayers of the Russians.
        2. Grandfather
          Grandfather 18 October 2020 18: 01
          +5
          Quote: nobody75
          Chubais Kovidloy fell ill

          Cho really ??? I'm ready to believe in God ... if the redhead dies, I will accept any faith fuck ...! and let me get drunk for joy.
          1. nobody75
            nobody75 18 October 2020 18: 15
            +1
            True - true ... And Kudrin was not allowed into the premieres, but he wanted so badly ... But since then we have had the "Dictatorship of the Bald Heads". But seriously, now they are finishing off the small business of our double-circuit economy and restarting the financial sector. a system that was built on the bank's budget execution. The whole world has become Keynesian - there is simply no other way out of the crisis.
            Sincerely
            1. Grandfather
              Grandfather 18 October 2020 18: 31
              0
              Quote: nobody75
              The whole world has become Keynesian - there is simply no other way out of the crisis.
              Sincerely

              Stirlitz was never so close to failure ... stupid troll ... you are so stupid that even calling you stupid is a big praise ... tongue let the sergeant kick you in the face, and go home ... (let him not give you money) hello "Sergeant, don’t give this mister money, not a penny, kick it. And that's it. hi
              1. nobody75
                nobody75 18 October 2020 18: 34
                +3
                You can see a stupid troll in the mirror ... Although you don't shave ...
                Why did John Maynard Keynes, a great lover of Russian Ballet, not please you?
                By the way, he helped Stalin with finances ...
                Sincerely
          2. vadimtt
            vadimtt 20 October 2020 10: 17
            0
            Quote: Dead Day
            if the redhead dies, I will accept any faith fuck ...!

            Do not hurry. Now a new fashion trend is to get sick with covidloi. Vaughn Trumpushka, also a redhead, quickly got sick to raise the rating. Nobody is going to breathe.
  3. Mytholog
    Mytholog 18 October 2020 15: 10
    +1
    Lenders have a nasty habit of interfering with the borrower's business. Morally - they have the right. So - everything is correct, less debt - less fooling around. And 17% of small things in which case - just give it right away and send the lender.
    1. nobody75
      nobody75 18 October 2020 17: 38
      +2
      In practice, everything is a little more fun ... A certain country issues bonds for trade balance or investment. They are being bought by large funds - vultures. When it becomes impossible to service debt (pay interest), the IMF comes to the rescue. He lends at a low rate, but with conditions and ... The main thing! The money goes to pay off previous debts to the vultures.
      Sincerely
  4. Alien From
    Alien From 18 October 2020 15: 15
    +1
    The tagged dog has the biggest debt am
    1. Ingvar 72
      Ingvar 72 18 October 2020 18: 19
      +7
      Who will be judged only after death. Unlike the Nazis, who are judged even in an impaired state, and anywhere in the world. And the collapse of the union is a crime of no less scale.
  5. Egoza
    Egoza 18 October 2020 15: 15
    +4
    Hooray! Peremoga! Ukraine comes first! All other "details" of the population and will not tell
    1. Terenin
      Terenin 18 October 2020 15: 29
      +5
      Quote: Egoza
      Hooray! Peremoga! Ukraine comes first! All other "details" of the population and will not tell

      So they, following the example of their owners (SSCHA), understand that debt is when they do not pay off for a long time, or do not pay at all.
      1. Clear
        Clear 18 October 2020 15: 44
        +3
        Quote: Terenin
        Quote: Egoza
        Hooray! Peremoga! Ukraine comes first! All other "details" of the population and will not tell

        So they, following the example of their owners (SSCHA), understand that debt is when they do not pay off for a long time, or do not pay at all.

        So no one comes to take the debt, so they don’t give it back.
        1. paul3390
          paul3390 18 October 2020 16: 30
          +4
          Yes, no one was going to collect it .. There was just an agreement - America supplies the whole world with a single currency, printing as needed, and so that it is not overwhelmed by wild inflation - the surplus is disposed of in the form of debt. Which no one will present. America, on the other hand, has its own percentage for this, and on what it fed. But the United States has lost its shores, and began to use the status of the world printing press, clearly with overkill .. Printing much more to cover its colossally inflated needs, and imposing all sorts of dollar sanctions and restrictions on everyone .. Therefore, the further the dollar, the stupid it becomes simple inconvenient for international payments. The price to own it is too high. And the risks are too great .. So - in the next decade, I think we will have many interesting moments ..
    2. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 18 October 2020 16: 20
      -1
      Quote: Egoza
      Hooray! Peremoga! Ukraine comes first! All other "details" of the population and will not tell

      And for the good of all of us former republics, we need to cry over this, and not hurray to shout.
      1. Terenin
        Terenin 18 October 2020 16: 37
        +4
        Quote: tihonmarine
        Quote: Egoza
        Hooray! Peremoga! Ukraine comes first! All other "details" of the population and will not tell

        And for the good of all of us former republics, we need to cry over this, and not hurray to shout.

        That's right, Vlad, for Russia it is better when it is surrounded by stable and self-sufficient states.
        1. tihonmarine
          tihonmarine 18 October 2020 16: 45
          0
          Quote: Terenin
          That's right, Vlad, for Russia it is better when it is surrounded by stable and self-sufficient states.

          A well-fed and rich person does not have the idea of ​​hitting a neighbor in the face.
          1. Terenin
            Terenin 18 October 2020 16: 50
            +2
            Quote: tihonmarine
            Quote: Terenin
            That's right, Vlad, for Russia it is better when it is surrounded by stable and self-sufficient states.

            A well-fed and rich person does not have the idea of ​​hitting a neighbor in the face.

            And, any punks will not come to him to arrange their own rules.
        2. Mouse
          Mouse 18 October 2020 17: 39
          +4
          it is better for Russia when it is surrounded by stable and self-sufficient states.

          This is precisely the deficit ...
          There are fewer and fewer adequate ...
  6. rocket757
    rocket757 18 October 2020 15: 18
    +4
    It's so nice that in such a comparison "wicker" is at the very end of the list, but not more than that.
    A country rich in natural resources, the ancestors COLLECTED, in the epic past! Do not lose this gift!
    1. Terenin
      Terenin 18 October 2020 15: 26
      +9
      Quote: rocket757
      It's so nice that in such a comparison "wicker" is at the very end of the list, but not more than that.
      A country rich in natural resources, the ancestors COLLECTED, in the epic past! Do not lose this gift!

      And this despite the fact that in the XX century the country was destroyed three times in trash, and twice we ourselves and with great enthusiasm winked
      1. rocket757
        rocket757 18 October 2020 15: 48
        +5
        They restored it twice, albeit with great strain, but the masses also had enthusiasm! We understood for whom and why.
        Now .... you can consider this way and that. On which section of the path we are and where we are going, opinions are also very different.
        I believe that we will break through, again and again ...
        1. Clear
          Clear 18 October 2020 15: 55
          +3
          Quote: rocket757
          I believe that we will break through, again and again ...

          That's right, Victor, especially with such missiles on your avatar, especially yes
          1. rocket757
            rocket757 18 October 2020 16: 52
            +1
            Yes, rockets from my youth ... are found in some places, but this is almost a rarity.
            And I always have one hope, I believe in my people!
    2. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 18 October 2020 16: 35
      +1
      Quote: rocket757
      Do not lose this gift!

      Right. Once we have already lost a territory equal to India + Argentina.
      1. rocket757
        rocket757 18 October 2020 16: 55
        0
        The people were against, and everywhere and the majority!
        But it was too painful for the k / z / liny k / z / zel to govern us then, to the tune of someone else's! For sho the Judas Prize and received !!! in the company of the same and wormed ... tf-y.
        1. tihonmarine
          tihonmarine 18 October 2020 17: 34
          0
          Quote: rocket757
          For sho the Judas Prize and received !!! in the company of the same and wormed ... tf-y.

          One prize and the Order of Judas, and the second "mausoleum in Sverdlovsk."
          1. rocket757
            rocket757 18 October 2020 18: 18
            0
            Well, yes, kaz z zdry were extremely rotten!
  7. Terenin
    Terenin 18 October 2020 15: 19
    +3
    By the way, the "almighty" China has a debt of 300%. yes or more already?
    1. nnm
      nnm 18 October 2020 15: 21
      +6
      In 2019 - 50.5% in terms of public debt. 300% - total debt: government, corporate and even population.
      1. Clear
        Clear 18 October 2020 15: 56
        +2
        Quote: nnm
        In 2019 - 50.5% in terms of public debt. 300% - total debt: government, corporate and even population.

        The rod is like tanks due to its powerful GDP.
        1. tihonmarine
          tihonmarine 18 October 2020 16: 47
          +1
          Quote: Clear
          The rod is like tanks due to its powerful GDP.

          Yeah, for us this is not really good.
  8. Avior
    Avior 18 October 2020 15: 44
    10
    the traditional leader in debt load among the former republics of the USSR is Ukraine.

    Especially rapidly this indicator of "non-profit" began to grow since 2014, sharply jerking from about half to 75% of GDP. By last year, it exceeded 90% of the gross domestic product.

    The habit of checking information has led to this ratio of the state debt and GDP of Ukraine.

    Official data.
    https://index.minfin.com.ua/finance/debtgov/
    taken from the table "Dynamics of the total public debt and GDP of Ukraine from 2009 to 2020."
    Made sure the correct habit is to check. It's embarrassing that you have to check articles on VO: ((.... I would like to check the opposite with the help of VO.
    And the article is a clear throw on the fan.
    1. The leader of the Redskins
      The leader of the Redskins 18 October 2020 16: 34
      +1
      The answer is simple - Ha ... ra ... puddle ...
    2. nnm
      nnm 18 October 2020 16: 41
      +1
      You are just talking about different types of debt. You - about the state, colleague - about the total external. The first is shrinking due to the serious growth of the second.
      1. Avior
        Avior 18 October 2020 17: 48
        +2
        No, we are talking about the same public debt as a percentage of GDP.
        As a subject of assessment, I propose to consider public debt, calculated according to the methodology of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), that is, as a percentage of government borrowings to gross domestic product (GDP).
    3. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 18 October 2020 17: 02
      0
      GDP level (in% to 1990)
      2015 1988,544 90,939 340,537 -9,773 58,5*
      2016 2383,182 93,263 353,345 +2,441 59,9*
      2017 2908,233 109,321 368,784 +2,525 61,4*
      2018 3558,706 130,832 380,545 +3,3 63,4*
      2019 3974,564 153,781 390,415 +3,2 65,5*
      2020 -8,2 60,1 *
      https://seosait.com/dinamika-vvp-ukrainy-s-2002-po-2016-gody/
      https://www.imf.org/en/Countries/UKR
      1. nnm
        nnm 18 October 2020 18: 11
        +2
        But at the same time, one should not forget about the following facts. Directly, the national debt is growing. For 8 months in 2030, it grew by ~ 400 million dollars. So, the question is about the revenue side of GDP. First, do not forget that it also includes the amounts of debt obligations recalculated in the national currency for this period. Plus inflation ... plus other factors. For when you look at production, everything falls, the national debt grows, and the weight decreases. The signs of the drawn GDP are very clearly visible. And what they are not talking about yet - Ukraine, in addition to these loans of 400 million, attracted oh, how many funds, but for which the due date has not yet come and therefore they are not in these reports, but in fact, there are already debts ...
        This is short and superficial.
        But a colleague, yes, describes the total debt as a public debt. This is evident from the numbers.
        1. Avior
          Avior 18 October 2020 18: 23
          +2
          If he describes the external aggregate debt as a public debt, it means that he is manipulating readers or does not understand what he is writing about.
          Or both.
          1. nnm
            nnm 18 October 2020 18: 49
            +1
            Looked at the author's articles. Very often, political views, even those broadcast on VO from other sources, prevail even in economic articles. I don't think this is manipulation. Rather, the author is simply deluded himself, thanks to the resources he studied to write the article.
            1. Avior
              Avior 18 October 2020 19: 59
              +3
              The author's delusions are so systematic that they are difficult to distinguish from manipulations ...
              In a specific case, his delusions are of such a fundamental nature that they make the article meaningless.
              But the goal was achieved - the stuffing went to the masses.
              hi
      2. Avior
        Avior 18 October 2020 18: 20
        +1
        Judging by the data of the Table of GDP in 1990, 293 billion, in 1991 - 101, in 1992 - 22 billion, 2019 - 153 billion
        Funny gdp calculation for this link, it is not clear whose authorship smile
  9. A. Privalov
    A. Privalov 18 October 2020 16: 02
    +4
    Here's an interesting fact. Japan's national debt has already exceeded 10 trillion green. This is more than two GDP. But...
    The main reason for the growth of the Japanese national debt is an increase in budgetary allocations for social needs in connection with the steady aging of the population. The government cannot cover them only through taxes and is forced to resort to issuing government bonds, which are in stable demand and are considered a reliable financial instrument. Currently, over 65 years of age account for over 28% of the Japanese population.
  10. parusnik
    parusnik 18 October 2020 16: 05
    +5
    Russia in the post-Soviet space is the country with the lowest credit burden and the risk of default.
    .... Almost shouldn't, there is no threat of default, everything is fine, the economy is about to explode, life is beautiful in all its manifestations .. smile
    1. The leader of the Redskins
      The leader of the Redskins 18 October 2020 16: 35
      +4
      Breakthrough? The one you talked about so much? Finally!
    2. Asad
      Asad 18 October 2020 16: 57
      +7
      If we are so rich, why does my wife have a pension of 110 euros, and my retirement age was raised by 5 years?
      1. parusnik
        parusnik 18 October 2020 17: 51
        +6
        My neighbor, her daughter, was married, at first everything was fine. Their own business. They began to acquire real estate. Now, the business was closed, she got a job, she was laid off. She has five years left until retirement age. , but in general, my husband has a pension of 17 tyrov, they live on it. I’m not making it up. According to my neighbor. I just asked why my daughter and her husband were not visible, they came earlier in the summer. But the gold reserve is not bad, the external debt is low. Soviet song ... a native country would live and there are no other worries. sad
  11. fn34440
    fn34440 18 October 2020 16: 07
    +3
    And I wonder what is happening in Russia.?
    And here's what.
    1. The leader in the ranking by the number of state subsidies is the Republic of Dagestan. For 2020, she was given funds, about 72 billion rubles (martial arts, 3-4-storey red brick buildings)
    2. Then comes the Republic of Sakha, which was allocated 51 billion (where are the revenues from gold, diamonds, furs, oil, gas ????)
    3.The Kamchatka Territory comes with a small margin. (Caviar, salmon, crabs, etc. - ???)
    4. In fourth place is the Chechen Republic. (Schaub we lived like this) - the numbers are classified
    5.In 2019, the Altai Territory received 26 billion rubles.
    6. The Stavropol Territory received 24.291.000.000 rubles.
    7. The Republic of Crimea lagged behind him a little.
    1. Clear
      Clear 18 October 2020 16: 21
      +1
      Quote: fn34440
      And I wonder what is happening in Russia.?
      And here's what.
      1. The leader in the ranking by the number of state subsidies is the Republic of Dagestan. For 2020, she was given funds, about 72 billion rubles (martial arts, 3-4-storey red brick buildings)
      2. Then comes the Republic of Sakha, which was allocated 51 billion (where are the revenues from gold, diamonds, furs, oil, gas ????)
      3.The Kamchatka Territory comes with a small margin. (Caviar, salmon, crabs, etc. - ???)
      4. In fourth place is the Chechen Republic. (Schaub we lived like this) - the numbers are classified
      5.In 2019, the Altai Territory received 26 billion rubles.
      6. The Stavropol Territory received 24.291.000.000 rubles.
      7. The Republic of Crimea lagged behind him a little.

      And what do you want, not only sanctions, outflow of investments, but also the impending global crisis, which can significantly shake the economies of all countries, including the Russian one, affect.

      By the way, Kamchatka was increased by almost four billion rubles.
      1. parusnik
        parusnik 18 October 2020 17: 54
        +2
        And what about the sanctions? Do they prohibit producing something?
    2. nnm
      nnm 18 October 2020 16: 52
      +1
      Why did this amount for Chechnya become secret for you?))) Look at the law # 61-RZ of 2019. All the numbers are there. The same as in the law on the budget of the Russian Federation
  12. deniso
    deniso 18 October 2020 16: 10
    +3
    Public debt is a kind of virtual substance that is not an indicator of the quality of life and economic stability in the country.
  13. Bersaglieri
    Bersaglieri 18 October 2020 16: 24
    +1
    In addition to the public debt, there is also a corporate ... eh
    1. Karabin
      Karabin 18 October 2020 20: 02
      +2
      Quote: Bersaglieri
      there is also a corporate ... eh

      Especially "eh" if the corporation is nominally owned by the state.
      The total debt of 10 state-owned companies from Russia amounted to ₽9,2 trillion.
      Read more at RBC:
      https://quote.rbc.ru/news/article/5ae098a62ae5961b67a1c3a9
  14. APASUS
    APASUS 18 October 2020 20: 46
    -1
    It is not clear how they are going to pay, but the collective West is in no hurry to pay off its debts! Looks like they are counting on another trick with their ears, which they themselves will develop? So we, too, could take on the most, do not indulge, but only invest in the economy, and not in the welfare of officials
  15. Lesorub
    Lesorub 18 October 2020 21: 25
    0
    Ukraine is already doomed - the economy of the independent west is not interested, and the sale of land will not save the situation, if not worsen it, because it is no longer a secret that through certain banks and funds the west and Turkey are planning to participate in this "dereban"!
  16. Cossack 471
    Cossack 471 18 October 2020 22: 27
    +3
    Interesting information But a reasonable question arises; if we have 600 billion gold reserves. then why the devil is the ruble falling like a decay? Who are these mysterious currency speculators. who are able to bring down the national currency? Does the gold reserve of 2500 tons help us a lot? Some countries have it in kilograms. but people live better than us and don’t blow a mustache
  17. bandabas
    bandabas 18 October 2020 22: 43
    +2
    We paid off our debts. With what fright money is required for operations for children. When does the guarantor give money left and right to children of other countries? It's not a pity to drop the amount, but when a lot of people do it, it's good. Only this should be done by the state. The amendments were "accepted". The return will be coming soon.
  18. pereselenec
    pereselenec 18 October 2020 23: 43
    -2
    And what about the US national debt?
    1. Galina Medvedeva
      Galina Medvedeva 19 October 2020 11: 35
      -2
      the usa has a debt of 23 trillion dollars ...
    2. Cuba
      Cuba 3 November 2020 06: 17
      0
      Yes, it is normal for them with debts - the machine for typing green candy wrappers has not yet broken down!
  19. the Saint
    the Saint 19 October 2020 17: 14
    -3
    They want to offend ours! And this despite the fact that Russia in the post-Soviet space is the country with the lowest credit burden and the risk of default.
    Police officers are threatened with the loss of benefits due to a new reform, which was initiated by the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation. The transfer of some of the certified employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs to civilian positions may result in a massive dismissal of security officials. This is due to the fact that in this case the security forces will lose a number of large benefits leading to the service - and then serving in the internal affairs bodies will be unprofitable.
    Is it possible that the saying that "the National Guard is already retired, but his parents are not yet" will lose its sacred and attractive meaning for the service people?
  20. xomaNN
    xomaNN 19 October 2020 22: 35
    0
    If in Russia the authorities do not follow the path of the USSR with the cancellation of debts to the "fraternal republics", then yes in the Russian Federation it will be in chocolate.
    1. Cuba
      Cuba 3 November 2020 06: 13
      0
      Something prompts - again we will forgive the debts ... and then they will wipe our feet about us again, and we, as always, will express our concern!
  21. Sancho_SP
    Sancho_SP 20 October 2020 02: 05
    0
    But we must not forget that debt is material goods imported into the country, for which they did not pay.

    If these goods were stolen on the fly by a group of people - this is one conversation.

    But if for these 100% of GDP something is actually imported into the country and there is left there - such debts are an endless benefit. Resources are here, here, and then they can be given away.
    1. Cuba
      Cuba 3 November 2020 06: 19
      0
      "Just don't forget that debt is material goods imported into the country" ..... only the QUESTION - WHO has these goods? the people, the country or a handful of fatty parasites ??
      1. Sancho_SP
        Sancho_SP 3 November 2020 07: 57
        0
        It just doesn't matter - from whom. It is important WHERE: within the country or in Cyprus.
  22. Yaroslavl
    Yaroslavl 22 October 2020 09: 24
    0
    Yes, Putin just loves showing off, such as holding various kinds of competitions, stub. fund with trillions and the absence of debt there ... shows success to the outside world ... however, at all, he is not worried about his own abandoned, completely poor (with the exception of a small layer of friends - thieves and kunaks) people ... this is regrettable
  23. Cuba
    Cuba 3 November 2020 06: 11
    0
    One gets the feeling that the WHOLE WORLD owes someone! ..... TO WHOM ???
    1. Sancho_SP
      Sancho_SP 3 November 2020 07: 58
      0
      Last but not least, to each other.