Saudi Arabia Government Debt to GDP

Last Release
Dec 2018
Actual
19.1 %
Forecast
N/A
Previous
17.2 %
Frequency
Yearly
Units In
%
Next Release
N/A
Time to Release
N/A
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Highest
Lowest
Average
Date Range
Source
103.5 %
Dec 1999
1.6 %
Dec 2014
35.52 %1999 - 2018Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency

Saudi Arabia Government Debt to GDP History

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Indicator
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Fiscal Expenditure
1,030,415
Dec 2018
929,999
Dec 2017
6,028
Dec 1969
1,109,903
Dec 2014
SAR MillionYearly1969 - 2018
Government Budget
-9.2
Dec 2018
-8.9
Dec 2017
-25.27
Dec 1987
43.17
Dec 1973
% of GDPYearly1969 - 2018
Government Budget Value
-135,704
Dec 2018
-238,494
Dec 2017
-362,229
Dec 2015
580,924
Dec 2008
SAR MillionYearly1969 - 2018
Government Debt to GDP
19.1
Dec 2018
17.2
Dec 2017
1.6
Dec 2014
103.5
Dec 1999
%Yearly1999 - 2018
Government Revenues
894,711
Dec 2018
691,505
Dec 2017
5,668
Dec 1969
1,247,398
Dec 2012
SAR MillionYearly1969 - 2018
Government Spending
173,041
Jun 2019
151,611
Mar 2019
76,217
Mar 2008
212,452
Dec 2017
SAR MillionQuarterly2008 - 2019

Government Debt to GDP across Middle East

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Country
Last
Previous
Min
Max
Unit
Frequency
Range
Bahrain
93.4
Dec 2018
90.6
Dec 2017
5.9
Dec 1994
93.4
Dec 2018
%Yearly1990 - 2018
Iran
44.2
Dec 2018
39.5
Dec 2017
8.9
Dec 2011
47.5
Dec 2016
%Yearly1996 - 2018
Iraq
48.4
Dec 2018
59.6
Dec 2017
32
Dec 2013
344.3
Dec 2004
%Yearly2004 - 2018
Israel
61
Dec 2018
60.5
Dec 2017
60.5
Dec 2017
96
Dec 1996
%Yearly1996 - 2018
Jordan
94.23
Dec 2018
95.85
Dec 2017
60.24
Dec 2008
219.73
Dec 1990
%Yearly1988 - 2018
Kuwait
14.8
Dec 2018
20.7
Dec 2017
1.09
Dec 1990
151.1
Dec 1991
%Yearly1990 - 2018
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