Qatar’s public debt as a percentage of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) will fall continuously over the next five years, from 52.9% this year to 44.5% in 2024, researcher FocusEconomics has said in a report.
The euro zone will restrain spending under draft budget plans submitted by the bloc's governments, the European Commission forecast on Thursday, despite calls to counter a worsening economic slowdown.
Qatar’s gross external debt, which is "sizeable" under the baseline, is projected to fall over the medium term, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Qatar’s public debt will fall gradually until 2023, FocusEconomics said, and estimated it to be at 51.2% this year, 48.9% (in 2020), 45.2% (in 2021), 42.3% (in 2022) and 39.3% (in 2023).
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