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Methodological and Statistical Appendix

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Marialuz Moreno Badia
Published Date:
October 2016
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This appendix comprises four sections. Data and Conventions provides a general description of the data and conventions used to calculate economy group composites. Fiscal Policy Assumptions summarizes the country-specific assumptions underlying the estimates and projections for 2016–17 and the medium-term scenario for 2018–21. Definition and Coverage of Fiscal Data summarizes the classification of countries in the various groups presented in the Fiscal Monitor and provides details on the coverage and accounting practices underlying each country’s Fiscal Monitor data. Statistical tables on key fiscal variables complete the appendix. Data in these tables have been compiled on the basis of information available through September 20, 2016.

Data and Conventions

Country-specific data and projections for key fiscal variables are based on the October 2016 World Economic Outlook database, unless indicated otherwise, and compiled by the IMF staff. Historical data and projections are based on information gathered by IMF country desk officers in the context of their missions and through their ongoing analysis of the evolving situation in each country; they are updated on a continual basis as more information becomes available. Structural breaks in data may be adjusted to produce smooth series through splicing and other techniques. IMF staff estimates serve as proxies when complete information is unavailable. As a result, Fiscal Monitor data can differ from official data in other sources, including the IMF’s International Financial Statistics.

Sources for fiscal data and projections not covered by the World Economic Outlook database are listed in the respective tables and figures.

The country classification in the Fiscal Monitor divides the world into three major groups: 35 advanced economies, 40 emerging market and middle-income economies, and 40 low-income developing countries. The seven largest advanced economies as measured by GDP (Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, United Kingdom, United States) constitute the subgroup of major advanced economies, often referred to as the Group of Seven (G7). The members of the euro area are also distinguished as a subgroup. Composite data shown in the tables for the euro area cover the current members for all years, even though the membership has increased over time. Data for most European Union member countries have been revised following the adoption of the new European System of National and Regional Accounts (ESA 2010). The low-income developing countries are those designated eligible for the Poverty Reduction and Growth Trust (PRGT) in the 2013 PRGT eligibility review and whose per capita gross national income was less than the PRGT income graduation threshold for “non-small” states—that is, twice the operational threshold of the International Development Association, or $2,390 in 2011, as measured by the World Bank’s Atlas method. Zimbabwe is included in the group. Emerging market and middle-income economies include those not classified as advanced economies or low-income developing countries. See Table A, “Economy Groupings,” for more details.

All fiscal data refer to the general government, where available, and to calendar years, except in the cases of Bangladesh, Egypt, Ethiopia, Haiti, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, India, the Islamic Republic of Iran, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Singapore, and Thailand, for which they refer to the fiscal year.

Composite data for country groups are weighted averages of individual-country data, unless specified otherwise. Data are weighted by annual nominal GDP converted to U.S. dollars at average market exchange rates as a share of the group GDP.

For the purpose of data reporting in the Fiscal Monitor, the Group of 20 (G20) member aggregate refers to the 19 country members and does not include the European Union.

In many countries, fiscal data follow the IMF’s 2001 Government Finance Statistics Manual (GFSM 2001). The overall fiscal balance refers to net lending (+) and borrowing (–) of the general government. In some cases, however, the overall balance refers to total revenue and grants minus total expenditure and net lending.

As used in the Fiscal Monitor, the term “country” does not in all cases refer to a territorial entity that is a state as understood by international law and practice. As used here, the term also covers some territorial entities that are not states but whose statistical data are maintained on a separate and independent basis.

Argentina: Total expenditure and the overall balance account for cash interest only. The primary balance excludes profit transfers from the central bank of Argentina. Interest expenditure is net of interest income from the social security administration. For GDP and consumer price index (CPI) data, see the “Country Notes” section in the Statistical Appendix of the October 2016 World Economic Outlook.

Australia: For cross-country comparability, gross and net debt levels reported by national statistical agencies for countries that have adopted the 2008 System of National Accounts (2008 SNA) (Canada, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, United States) are adjusted to exclude unfunded pension liabilities of government employees’ defined-benefit pension plans.

Bangladesh: Data are on a fiscal year basis.

Brazil: General government data refer to the nonfinancial public sector—which includes the federal, state, and local governments, as well as public enterprises (excluding Petrobras and Eletrobras)—and are consolidated with those for the sovereign wealth fund. Revenue and expenditures of federal public enterprises are added in full to the respective aggregates. Transfers and withdrawals from the sovereign wealth fund do not affect the primary balance. Disaggregated data on gross interest payments and interest receipts are available from 2003 only. Before 2003, total revenue of the general government excludes interest receipts; total expenditure of the general government includes net interest payments. Gross public debt includes the Treasury bills on the central bank’s balance sheet, including those not used under repurchase agreements. Net public debt consolidates general government and central bank debt. The national definition of nonfinancial public sector gross debt excludes government securities held by the central bank, except the stock of Treasury securities used for monetary policy purposes by the central bank (those pledged as security reverse repurchase agreement operations). According to this national definition, gross debt amounted to 66.5 percent of GDP at the end of 2015.

Canada: For cross-country comparability, gross and net debt levels reported by national statistical agencies for countries that have adopted the 2008 SNA (Australia, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, United States) are adjusted to exclude unfunded pension liabilities of government employees’ defined-benefit pension plans.

Chile: Cyclically adjusted balances include adjustments for commodity price developments.

China: Public debt data include central government debt as reported by the Ministry of Finance, explicit local government debt, and shares—less than 19 percent, according to the National Audit Office estimate—of contingent liabilities the government may incur. IMF staff estimates exclude central government debt issued for the China Railway Corporation. Relative to the authorities’ definition, the consolidated general government net borrowing includes (1) transfers to and from stabilization funds, (2) state-administered state-owned enterprise funds and social security contributions and expenses, and (3) off-budget spending by local governments. Deficit numbers do not include some expenditure items, mostly infrastructure investment financed off budget through land sales and local government financing vehicles. Fiscal balances are not consistent with reported debt because no time series of data in line with the National Audit Office debt definition is published officially.

Colombia: Gross public debt refers to the combined public sector, including Ecopetrol and excluding Banco de la República’s outstanding external debt.

Egypt: Data are on a fiscal year basis.

Greece: General government gross debt includes short-term debt and loans of state-owned enterprises.

Haiti: Data are on a fiscal year basis.

Hong Kong Special Administrative Region: Data are on a fiscal year basis. Cyclically adjusted balances include adjustments for land revenue and investment income. For cross-country comparability, gross and net debt levels reported by national statistical agencies for countries that have adopted the 2008 SNA (Australia, Canada, United States) are adjusted to exclude unfunded pension liabilities of government employees’ defined-benefit pension plans.

India: Data are on a fiscal year basis.

Ireland: General government balances between 2010 and 2015 reflect the impact of banking sector support and other one-off measures. Fiscal balance estimates excluding these measures are −10.9 percent of GDP for 2010, −8.7 percent of GDP for 2011, −8.0 percent of GDP for 2012, −6.1 percent of GDP for 2013, −3.9 percent of GDP for 2014, and −1.1 percent of GDP for 2015. Cyclically adjusted balances reported in Tables A3 and A4 exclude financial sector support and other one-off measures and correct for real output, equity, house prices, and unemployment cycles. Ireland’s 2015 national accounts were recently revised as a result of restructuring and relocation of multinational companies, which resulted in a level shift of nominal and real GDP. For more information, see “National Income and Expenditure Annual Results, 2015,” at http://www.cso.ie/en/releasesandpublications/er/nie/nationalincomeandexpenditureannualresults2015/.

Japan: Gross debt is equal to total unconsolidated financial liabilities for the general government. Net debt is calculated by subtracting financial assets from financial liabilities for the general government.

Lao People’s Democratic Republic: Data are on a fiscal year basis.

Latvia: The fiscal deficit includes bank restructuring costs and thus is higher than the deficit in official statistics.

Mexico: General government refers to the central government, social security, public enterprises, development banks, the national insurance corporation, and the National Infrastructure Fund, but excludes subnational governments.

Norway: Cyclically adjusted balances correspond to the cyclically adjusted non-oil overall or primary balance. These variables are in percent of non-oil potential GDP.

Pakistan: Data are on a fiscal year basis.

Peru: Cyclically adjusted balances include adjustments for commodity price developments.

Singapore: Data are on a fiscal year basis. Historical fiscal data have been revised to reflect the migration to GFSM 2001, which entailed some classification changes.

Spain: Overall and primary balances include financial sector support measures estimated to be −0.07 percent of GDP for 2010, 0.3 percent of GDP for 2011, 3.7 percent of GDP for 2012, 0.3 percent of GDP for 2013, 0.1 percent of GDP for 2014, and 0.1 percent of GDP for 2015.

Sweden: Cyclically adjusted balances take into account output and employment gaps.

Switzerland: Data submissions at the cantonal and commune level are received with a long and variable lag and are subject to sizable revisions. Cyclically adjusted balances include adjustments for extraordinary operations related to the banking sector.

Thailand: Data are on a fiscal year basis.

Turkey: Information on the general government balance, primary balance, and cyclically adjusted primary balance differs from that in the authorities’ official statistics or country reports, which include net lending and privatization receipts.

United States: Cyclically adjusted balances exclude financial sector support estimated at 2.4 percent of potential GDP for 2009, 0.3 percent of potential GDP for 2010, 0.2 percent of potential GDP for 2011, 0.1 percent of potential GDP for 2012, and 0.0 percent for 2013. For cross-country comparability, expenditure and fiscal balances of the United States are adjusted to exclude the imputed interest on unfunded pension liabilities and the imputed compensation of employees, which are counted as expenditure under the 2008 SNA adopted by the United States, but this is not true for countries that have not yet adopted the 2008 SNA. Data for the United States may thus differ from data published by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA). In addition, gross and net debt levels reported by the BEA and national statistical agencies for other countries that have adopted the 2008 SNA (Australia, Canada, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region) are adjusted to exclude unfunded pension liabilities of government employees’ defined-benefit pension plans.

Uruguay: Data are for the consolidated public sector, which includes the nonfinancial public sector (as presented in the authorities’ budget documentation), local governments, Banco Central del Uruguay, and Banco de Seguros del Estado. In particular, Uruguay is one of the few countries in the sample for which public debt includes the debt of the central bank, which increases recorded public sector gross debt.

Fiscal Policy Assumptions

Historical data and projections of key fiscal aggregates are in line with those of the October 2016 World Economic Outlook, unless noted otherwise. For underlying assumptions other than on fiscal policy, see the October 2016 World Economic Outlook.

Short-term fiscal policy assumptions are based on officially announced budgets, adjusted for differences between the national authorities and the IMF staff regarding macroeconomic assumptions and projected fiscal outturns. Medium-term fiscal projections incorporate policy measures that are judged likely to be implemented. When the IMF staff has insufficient information to assess the authorities’ budget intentions and prospects for policy implementation, an unchanged structural primary balance is assumed, unless indicated otherwise.

Argentina: Fiscal projections are based on the available information regarding budget outturn for the federal government, fiscal measures announced by the authorities, and budget plans for provinces, and on IMF staff macroeconomic projections.

Australia: Fiscal projections are based on Australian Bureau of Statistics data, the 2016–17 budget, and IMF staff estimates.

Austria: For 2014, the creation of a defeasance structure for Hypo Alpe Adria is assumed to have increased the general government debt-to-GDP ratio by 4.2 percentage points, and the deficit effect arising from Hypo is assumed to be 1.4 percentage points.

Belgium: Projections reflect the IMF staff’s assessment of policies and measures laid out in the 2016 budget and 2016–19 Stability Programme, incorporated into the IMF staff’s macroeconomic framework.

Brazil: For 2015, outturn estimates are based on the information available as of April 2016. Fiscal projections for the end of 2016 take into account budget performance through June 30, 2016, and the deficit target revision announced by the authorities in May 2016.

Cambodia: Historical fiscal and monetary data are from the Cambodian authorities. Projections are based on the IMF staff’s assumptions following discussions with the authorities.

Canada: Projections use the baseline forecasts in the Update of Economic and Fiscal Projections (November 2015), Backgrounder Canadian Economic Outlook (February 2016), 2015 provincial budget updates, and 2016 provincial budgets as available. The IMF staff makes some adjustments to this forecast for differences in macroeconomic projections. The IMF staff forecast also incorporates the most recent data releases from Statistics Canada’s Canadian System of National Economic Accounts, including federal, provincial, and territorial budgetary outturns through the second quarter of 2016.

Chile: Projections are based on the authorities’ budget projections, adjusted to reflect the IMF staff’s projections for GDP and copper prices.

China: The pace of fiscal consolidation is likely to be gradual, reflecting reforms to strengthen social safety nets and the social security system announced at the Third Plenum reform agenda.

Croatia: Projections are based on the macroeconomic framework and the authorities’ medium-term fiscal guidelines.

Cyprus: Projections are on a cash basis based on the latest information on the budget, fiscal measures, and the IMF staff’s macroeconomic assumptions.

Czech Republic: Projections are based on the authorities’ budget forecast for 2015–16 with adjustments for macroeconomic projections of the IMF staff. Projections for 2017 onward are based on the country’s EU Convergence Programme.

Denmark: Estimates for 2015 are aligned with the latest official budget estimates and the underlying economic projections, adjusted where appropriate for the IMF staff’s macroeconomic assumptions. For 2016–20, the projections incorporate key features of the medium-term fiscal plan as embodied in the authorities’ Convergence Programme 2016 submitted to the European Union (EU).

Egypt: The fiscal projections are mainly based on budget sector operations (with trends of main variables discussed with the Ministry of Finance during the November 2014 Article IV consultation).

Estonia: The forecast, which is cash based, not accrual based, incorporates the authorities’ 2014 budget, adjusted for newly available information and for the IMF staff’s macroeconomic scenario.

Finland: Projections are based on the authorities’ announced policies, adjusted for the IMF staff’s macroeconomic scenario.

France: Projections for 2016 reflect the budget law. For 2017–19, they are based on the multiyear budget and the April 2016 Stability Programme, adjusted for differences in assumptions on macro and financial variables, and revenue projections. Historical fiscal data reflect the September 2016 revision and update of the fiscal accounts and national accounts.

Germany: The IMF staff’s projections for 2016 and beyond reflect the authorities’ adopted core federal government budget plan, the 2016 German Stability Programme, and the German Ministry of Finance’s fiscal projections published in its July 2016 Monthly Report, adjusted for the differences in the IMF staff’s macroeconomic framework. The estimate of gross debt includes portfolios of impaired assets and noncore business transferred to institutions that are winding up, as well as other financial sector and EU support operations.

Greece: The fiscal projections reflect the IMF staff’s assessment assuming full implementation of the authorities’ fiscal policy package under the European Stability Mechanism–supported program.

Hong Kong Special Administrative Region: Projections are based on the authorities’ medium-term fiscal projections on expenditure.

Hungary: Fiscal projections include IMF staff projections of the macroeconomic framework and of the impact of recent legislative measures, as well as fiscal policy plans announced in the 2016 budget.

India: Historical data are based on budgetary execution data. Projections are based on available information on the authorities’ fiscal plans, with adjustments for IMF staff assumptions. Subnational data are incorporated with a lag of up to two years; general government data are thus finalized well after central government data. IMF and Indian presentations differ, particularly regarding divestment and license auction proceeds, net versus gross recording of revenues in certain minor categories, and some public sector lending.

Indonesia: IMF projections are based on moderate tax policy and administration reforms, fuel subsidy pricing reforms introduced in January 2015, and a gradual increase in social and capital spending over the medium term in line with fiscal space.

Ireland: Fiscal projections are based on the 2016 Summer Economic Statement. The fiscal projections are adjusted for differences between the IMF staff’s macroeconomic projections and those of the Irish authorities.

Israel: Historical data are based on Government Finance Statistics data submitted by the Central Bureau of Statistics. Projections for 2017 and 2018 are based on the 2017–18 budget. In the absence of measures to reduce the fiscal deficit, it is assumed to be constant in subsequent years.

Italy: IMF staff estimates and projections are based on the fiscal plans included in the government’s 2016 budget and the April 2016 Economic and Financial Document. Estimates of the cyclically adjusted balance include the expenditures to clear capital arrears in 2013, which are excluded from the structural balance. After 2016, the IMF staff projects convergence to a structural balance in line with the authorities’ declared policy intentions, which implies corrective measures in some years, as yet unidentified.

Japan: The projections include fiscal measures already announced by the government, including the fiscal year 2016 supplementary budget, the upcoming fiscal stimulus package for 2017, and the consumption tax hike in October 2019.

Kazakhstan: Fiscal projections are based on the Budget Code and IMF staff projections.

Korea: The medium-term forecast incorporates the government’s announced medium-term consolidation path.

Malaysia: Data for fiscal year 2015 are based on actual outturn. Data for fiscal year 2016 are based on the IMF staff’s projections taking into account the current budget.

Malta: Projections are based on the latest Stability Programme Update by the authorities and budget documents, adjusted for the IMF staff’s macroeconomic and other assumptions.

Mexico: Fiscal projections for 2016 are broadly in line with the approved budget; projections for 2017 onward assume compliance with rules established in the Fiscal Responsibility Law.

Moldova: Fiscal projections are based on various bases and growth rates for GDP, consumption, imports, wages, and energy prices and on demographic changes.

Myanmar: Fiscal projections are based on budget numbers, discussions with the authorities, and IMF staff adjustments.

Netherlands: Fiscal projections for the period 2016–21 are based on the authorities’ Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis budget projections, after adjustments for differences in macroeconomic assumptions. Historical data were revised following the June 2014 Central Bureau of Statistics release of revised macro data because of the adoption of the European System of National and Regional Accounts (ESA 2010) and the revisions of data sources.

New Zealand: Fiscal projections are based on the authorities’ 2016–17 budget and on IMF staff estimates.

Norway: Fiscal projections are based on the authorities’ revised 2016 budget.

Philippines: Fiscal projections assume that the authorities’ fiscal deficit target will be achieved in 2016 and beyond. Revenue projections reflect the IMF staff’s macroeconomic assumptions and incorporate anticipated improvements in tax administration. Expenditure projections are based on budgeted figures, institutional arrangements, current data, and fiscal space in each year.

Poland: Data are on an ESA 2010 basis beginning in 2010. Data before 2010 are on the basis of ESA 95. Projections are based on the 2016 budget. The projections also take into account the effects of the 2014 pension changes.

Portugal: The projection for 2016 is based on the authorities’ approved budget, adjusted to reflect the IMF staff’s macroeconomic forecast and the first half cash outturn. Projections thereafter are based on the assumption of unchanged policies.

Romania: Fiscal projections for 2016 reflect the legislated budget as of December 2015. Fiscal projections for 2017 reflect planned changes to the fiscal code as of the end of 2015. Projections for the years beyond 2017 assume no additional policy changes.

Russia: Projections for 2016–18 are IMF staff estimates. Projections for 2019–21 are based on the oil-price-based fiscal rule introduced in December 2012, with adjustments by the IMF staff.

Saudi Arabia: IMF staff projections of oil revenues are based on World Economic Outlook baseline oil prices. On the expenditure side, wage bill estimates incorporate 13th-month pay awards every three years in accordance with the lunar calendar. Expenditure projections take the 2016 budget as a starting point and assume that, to adjust to lower oil prices, capital spending continues to fall as a percentage of GDP over the medium term.

Singapore: For fiscal year 2015/16 and 2016/17, projections are based on budget numbers. For the remainder of the projection period, the IMF staff assumes unchanged policies.

Slovak Republic: Projections for 2015 take into account developments in the first three quarters of the year and the authorities’ new projections presented in the budget for 2016. Projections for 2016 consider the authorities’ 2016 budget. Projections for 2017 and beyond reflect a no-policy-change scenario.

Spain: For 2016 and beyond, fiscal estimates and projections are based on the measures specified in the Stability Programme Update 2016–19 and the IMF staff’s macroeconomic projections.

Sri Lanka: Projections are based on the authorities’ medium-term fiscal framework and the revenue measures proposed.

Sweden: Fiscal projections take into account the authorities’ projections based on the 2016 Spring Budget. The impact of cyclical developments on the fiscal accounts is calculated using the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s 2005 elasticity to take into account output and employment gaps.

Switzerland: The projections assume that fiscal policy is adjusted as necessary to keep fiscal balances in line with the requirements of Switzerland’s fiscal rules.

Thailand: For the projection period, the IMF staff assumes an implementation rate of 50 percent for the planned infrastructure investment programs.

Turkey: Fiscal projections assume that both current and capital spending will be in line with the authorities’ 2016–18 Medium-Term Programme based on current trends and policies.

United Kingdom: Fiscal projections are based on the 2016 budget, published in March 2016, with revenue projections adjusted for the actual fiscal year 2015/16 outturn and with revenue and expenditure projections adjusted for differences between IMF staff forecasts of macroeconomic variables (such as GDP growth and inflation) and the forecasts of these variables assumed in the authorities’ fiscal projections. IMF staff data exclude public sector banks and the effect of transferring assets from the Royal Mail Pension Plan to the public sector in April 2012. Real government consumption and investment are part of the real GDP path, which, according to the IMF staff, may or may not be the same as projected by the U.K. Office for Budget Responsibility.

United States: Fiscal projections are based on the March 2016 Congressional Budget Office baseline adjusted for the IMF staff’s policy and macroeconomic assumptions. The baseline incorporates key provisions of the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015, including a partial rollback of the sequester spending cuts in fiscal year 2016. In fiscal years 2017 through 2021, the IMF staff assumes that the sequester cuts will continue to be partially replaced, in proportions similar to those agreed upon under the Bipartisan Budget Act for fiscal years 2014 and 2015, with back-loaded measures generating savings in mandatory programs and additional revenues. Projections also incorporate the Protecting Americans From Tax Hikes Act of 2015, which extended some existing tax cuts for the short term and some permanently. Finally, fiscal projections are adjusted to reflect the IMF staff’s forecasts of key macroeconomic and financial variables and different accounting treatment of financial sector support and of defined-benefit pension plans and are converted to a general government basis. Historical data start at 2001 for most series because data compiled according to GFSM 2001 may not be available for earlier years.

Venezuela: Projecting the economic outlook in Venezuela is complicated by the absence of Article IV consultations since 2004 and delays in the publication of key economic data. General government revenue (1) includes the IMF staff’s estimated foreign exchange profits transferred from the central bank to the government (buying U.S. dollars at the most appreciated rate and selling at more depreciated rates in a multitier exchange rate system) and (2) excludes the IMF staff’s estimated revenue from Petróleos de Venezuela, S.A.’s sale of PetroCaribe assets to the central bank.

Vietnam: Expenditure for 2015 is based on the authorities’ budget; 2015 projections for oil revenues are based on World Economic Outlook assumptions for oil and gas prices. For projections from 2016 onward, the IMF staff uses the information and measures in its macro-framework assumptions.

Yemen: Hydrocarbon revenue projections are based on World Economic Outlook assumptions for oil and gas prices (authorities use $55 a barrel) and authorities’ projections of production of oil and gas. Nonhydrocarbon revenues largely reflect authorities’ projections, as do most of the expenditure categories, with the exception of fuel subsidies, which are projected based on the World Economic Outlook price consistent with revenues. Monetary projections are based on key macroeconomic assumptions about the growth rate of broad money, credit to the private sector, and deposit growth.

Definition and Coverage of Fiscal Data

Table A.Economy Groupings

The following groupings of economies are used in the Fiscal Monitor.

Advanced

Economies
Emerging

Market and Middle-Income

Economies
Low-Income

Developing

Countries
G7G201Advanced

G201
Emerging

G20
AustraliaAlgeriaBangladeshCanadaArgentinaAustraliaArgentina
AustriaAngolaBeninFranceAustraliaCanadaBrazil
BelgiumArgentinaBoliviaGermanyBrazilFranceChina
CanadaAzerbaijanBurkina FasoItalyCanadaGermanyIndia
CyprusBelarusCambodiaJapanChinaItalyIndonesia
Czech RepublicBrazilCameroonUnited KingdomFranceJapanMexico
DenmarkChileChadUnited StatesGermanyKoreaRussia
EstoniaChinaDemocratic RepublicIndiaUnited KingdomSaudi Arabia
FinlandColombiaof the CongoIndonesiaUnited StatesSouth Africa
FranceCroatiaRepublic of CongoItalyTurkey
GermanyDominican RepublicCôte d’IvoireJapan
GreeceEcuadorEthiopiaKorea
Hong Kong SAREgyptGhanaMexico
IcelandHungaryGuineaRussia
IrelandIndiaHaitiSaudi Arabia
IsraelIndonesiaHondurasSouth Africa
ItalyIranKenyaTurkey
JapanKazakhstanKyrgyz RepublicUnited Kingdom
KoreaKuwaitLao P.D.R.United States
LatviaLibyaMadagascar
LithuaniaMalaysiaMali
LuxembourgMexicoMoldova
MaltaMoroccoMongolia
NetherlandsOmanMozambique
New ZealandPakistanMyanmar
NorwayPeruNepal
PortugalPhilippinesNicaragua
SingaporePolandNiger
Slovak RepublicQatarNigeria
SloveniaRomaniaPapua New Guinea
SpainRussiaRwanda
SwedenSaudi ArabiaSenegal
SwitzerlandSouth AfricaSudan
United KingdomSri LankaTajikistan
United StatesThailandTanzania
TurkeyUganda
UkraineUzbekistan
United Arab EmiratesVietnam
UruguayYemen
VenezuelaZambia
Zimbabwe
Note: Emerging market and developing economies include emerging market and middle-income economies as well as low-income developing countries.

Does not include European Union aggregate.

Euro AreaEmerging

Market and

Middle-Income

Asia
Emerging

Market and

Middle-Income

Europe
Emerging

Market and

Middle-Income

Latin America
Emerging

Market and

Middle-

Income Middle East

and North Africa and

Pakistan
Emerging

Market and

Middle-

Income Africa
AustriaChinaAzerbaijanArgentinaAlgeriaAngola
BelgiumIndiaBelarusBrazilEgyptSouth Africa
CyprusIndonesiaCroatiaChileIran
EstoniaMalaysiaHungaryColombiaKuwait
FinlandPhilippinesKazakhstanDominicanLibya
FranceSri LankaPolandRepublicMorocco
GermanyThailandRomaniaEcuadorOman
GreeceRussiaMexicoPakistan
IrelandTurkeyPeruQatar
ItalyUkraineUruguaySaudi Arabia
LatviaVenezuelaUnited Arab Emirates
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Malta
Netherlands
Portugal
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Spain
Note: Emerging market and developing economies include emerging market and middle-income economies as well as low-income developing countries.

Does not include European Union aggregate.

Low-Income

Developing

Asia
Low-Income

Developing Latin

America
Low-Income

Developing

Sub-Saharan Africa
Low-Income

Developing

Others
Low-Income

Oil Producers
Oil Producers
BangladeshBoliviaBeninKyrgyz RepublicCameroonAlgeria
CambodiaHaitiBurkina FasoMoldovaRepublic ofAngola
Lao P.D.R.HondurasCameroonSudanCongoAzerbaijan
MongoliaNicaraguaChadTajikistanCôte d’IvoireBahrain
MyanmarDemocratic Republic ofUzbekistanNigeriaBrunei Darussalam
Nepalthe CongoYemenPapua NewCameroon
Papua New GuineaRepublic of CongoGuineaCanada
VietnamCôte d’IvoireYemenColombia
EthiopiaRepublic of Congo
GhanaCôte d’Ivoire
GuineaEcuador
KenyaEquatorial Guinea
MadagascarGabon
MaliIndonesia
MozambiqueIran
NigerIraq
NigeriaKazakhstan
RwandaKuwait
SenegalLibya
TanzaniaMexico
UgandaNigeria
ZambiaNorway
ZimbabweOman
Papua New Guinea
Qatar
Russia
Saudi Arabia
Syria
Timor-Leste
Trinidad and Tobago
United Arab Emirates
Venezuela
Yemen
Note: Emerging market and developing economies include emerging market and middle-income economies as well as low-income developing countries.

Does not include European Union aggregate.

Note: Emerging market and developing economies include emerging market and middle-income economies as well as low-income developing countries.

Does not include European Union aggregate.

Table B.Advanced Economies: Definition and Coverage of Fiscal Monitor Data
Overall Fiscal Balance1Cyclically Adjusted BalanceGross Debt
CoverageAccounting PracticeCoverageAccounting PracticeCoverageAccounting Practice
AggregateSubsectorsAggregateSubsectorsAggregateSubsectors
AustraliaGGCG, SG, LG, TGAGGCG, SG, LG, TGAGGCG, SG, LG, TGA
AustriaGGCG, SG, LG, SSAGGCG, SG, LG, SSAGGCG, SG, LG, SSA
BelgiumGGCG, SG, LG, SSAGGCG, SG, LG, SSAGGCG, SG, LG, SSA
CanadaGGCG, SG, LG, SSAGGCG, SG, LG, SSAGGCG, SG, LG, SSA
Cyprus2GGCG, LG, SSC/AGGCG, LG, SSC/A
Czech RepublicGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSA
DenmarkGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSA
EstoniaGGCG, LG, SSCGGCG, LG, SSC
FinlandGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSA
FranceGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSA
GermanyGGCG, SG, LG, SSAGGCG, SG, LG, SSAGGCG, SG, LG, SSA
GreeceGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSA
Hong Kong SARCGCGCCGCGCCGCGC
IcelandGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSA
IrelandGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSA
IsraelGGCG, LG, SSOtherGGCG, SS, LGOtherGGCG, SS, LGOther
ItalyGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSA
JapanGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSA
KoreaCGCGCCGCGCGGCG, LGC
LatviaGGCG, LG, SS, NFPCCGGCG, LG, SS, NFPCCGGCG, LG, SS, NFPCC
LithuaniaGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSA
LuxembourgGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSA
MaltaGGCG, SSAGGCG, SSAGGCG, SSA
NetherlandsGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSA
New ZealandCGCGACGCGACGCGA
NorwayGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSA
PortugalGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSA
SingaporeCGCGCCGCGCCGCGC
Slovak RepublicGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSA
SloveniaGGCG, SG, LG, SSCGGCG, SG, LG, SSCGGCG, SG, LG, SSC
SpainGGCG, SG, LG, SSAGGCG, SG, LG, SSAGGCG, SG, LG, SSA
SwedenGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSA
SwitzerlandGGCG, SG, LG, SSAGGCG, SG, LG, SSAGGCG, SG, LG, SSA
United KingdomGGCG, LGAGGCG, LGAGGCG, LGA
United StatesGGCG, SG, LGAGGCG, SG, LGAGGCG, SG, LGA
Note: Coverage: BCG = budgetary central government; CG = central government; EA = extrabudgetary units; FC = financial public corporations; GG = general government; LG = local governments; NFPC = nonfinancial public corporations; NFPS = nonfinancial public sector; PS = public sector; SG = state governments; SS = social security funds; TG = territorial governments. Accounting standard: A = accrual; C = cash.

In many countries, fiscal data follow the IMF’s Government Finance Statistics Manual 2001. The concept of overall fiscal balance refers to net lending (+) and borrowing (−) of the general government. In some cases, however, the overall balance refers to total revenue and grants minus total expenditure and net lending.

Historical data until 2012 are reported on an accrual basis as general government cash data were not available for years that preceded the IMF program.

Note: Coverage: BCG = budgetary central government; CG = central government; EA = extrabudgetary units; FC = financial public corporations; GG = general government; LG = local governments; NFPC = nonfinancial public corporations; NFPS = nonfinancial public sector; PS = public sector; SG = state governments; SS = social security funds; TG = territorial governments. Accounting standard: A = accrual; C = cash.

In many countries, fiscal data follow the IMF’s Government Finance Statistics Manual 2001. The concept of overall fiscal balance refers to net lending (+) and borrowing (−) of the general government. In some cases, however, the overall balance refers to total revenue and grants minus total expenditure and net lending.

Historical data until 2012 are reported on an accrual basis as general government cash data were not available for years that preceded the IMF program.

Table C.Emerging Market and Middle-Income Economies: Definition and Coverage of Fiscal Monitor Data
Overall Fiscal Balance1Cyclically Adjusted BalanceGross Debt
CoverageAccounting PracticeCoverageAccounting PracticeCoverageAccounting Practice
AggregateSubsectorsAggregateSubsectorsAggregateSubsectors
AlgeriaCGCGCCGCGC
AngolaGGCG, LGOtherGGCG, LGOther
ArgentinaGGCG, SG, LG, SSCCGCGCCGCGC
AzerbaijanCGCGCCGCGC
Belarus2GGCG, LG, SSCGGCG, LG, SSC
Brazil3NFPSCG, SG, LG, SS, MPC, NFPCCNFPSCG, SG, LG, SS, MPC, NFPCCNFPSCG, SG, LG, SS, MPC, NFPCC
ChileGGCG, LGACGCG, LGAGGCG, LGA
ChinaGGCG, LGCGGCG, LGCGGCG, LGC
Colombia4GGCG, SG, LG, SSC/AGGCG, SG, LG, SSC/AGGCG, SG, LG, SSC/A
CroatiaGGCG, LGAGGCG, LGAGGCG, LGA
Dominican RepublicGGCG, SG, LG, SS, NFPCC/AGGCG, SG, LG, SS, NFPCC/AGGCG, SG, LG, SS, NFPCC/A
EcuadorNFPSCG, SG, LG, SS, NFPCCNFPSCG, SG, LG, SS, NFPCCNFPSCG, SG, LG, SS, NFPCC
EgyptCGCG, LG, SS, MPCCGGCG, LG, SS, MPCCGGCG, LG, SS, MPCC
HungaryGGCG, LG, SS, NMPCAGGCG, LG, SS, NMPCAGGCG, LG, SS, NMPCA
IndiaGGCG, SGCGGCG, SGCGGCG, SGC
IndonesiaGGCG, LGCGGCG, LGCGGCG, LGC
IranCGCGCCGCGC
KazakhstanGGCG, LGAGGCG, LGA
KuwaitCGCGC/ACGCGC/A
LibyaGGCG, SG, LGCGGCG, SG, LGC
MalaysiaGGCG, SG, LGCGGCGCGGCG, SG, LGC
MexicoPSCG, SS, NFPC, NMPCCGGGGCPSCG, SS, NFPC, NMPCC
MoroccoCGCGACGCGA
OmanCGCGCCGCGC
PakistanGGCG, LG, SGCGGCG, LG, SGC
PeruGGCG, SG, LG, SSCGGCG, SG, LG, SSCGGCG, SG, LG, SSC
PhilippinesGGCG, LG, SSCCGCGCGGCG, LG, SSC
PolandGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSA
QatarCGCGCCGCGC
RomaniaGGCG, LG, SSCGGCG, LG, SSCGGCG, LG, SSC
RussiaGGCG, SG, SSC/AGGCG, SG, SSC/AGGCG, SG, SSC/A
Saudi ArabiaGGCGCGGCGC
South AfricaGGCG, SG, SSCGGCG, SG, SSCGGCG, SG, SSC
Sri LankaGGCG, SG, LG, SSCGGCG, SG, LG, SSC
Thailand5PSCG, SS, NFPC, NMPCAPSCG, SS, NFPC, NMPCAPSCG, SS, NFPC, NMPCA
TurkeyGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSAGGCG, LG, SSA
UkraineGGCG, SG, LG, SSCGGCG, SG, LG, SSCGGCG, SG, LG, SSC
United Arab Emirates6GGCG, BCG, SG, SSCGGCG, BCG, SG, SSC
UruguayPSCG, LG, SS, MPC, NFPCAPSCG, LG, SS, MPC, NFPCA
VenezuelaGGCG, LG, SS, NFPCCGGCG, LG, SS, NFPCCGGCG, LG, SS, NFPCC
Note: Coverage: BCG = budgetary central government; CG = central government; EA = extrabudgetary units; FPC = financial public corporations; GG = general government; LG = local governments; MPC = monetary public corporations, including central bank; NFPC = nonfinancial public corporations; NFPS = nonfinancial public sector; NMPC = nonmonetary financial public corporations; PS = public sector; SG = state governments; SS = social security funds. Accounting standard: A = accrual; C = cash.

In many countries, fiscal data follow the IMF’s Government Finance Statistics Manual 2001. The concept of overall fiscal balance refers to net lending (+) and borrowing (–) of the general government. In some cases, however, the overall balance refers to total revenue and grants minus total expenditure and net lending.

Gross debt refers to general government public debt, including publicly guaranteed debt.

Gross debt refers to the nonfinancial public sector, excluding Eletrobras and Petrobras, and includes sovereign debt held on the balance sheet of the central bank.

Revenue is recorded on a cash basis and expenditure on an accrual basis.

Data for Thailand do not include debt of Specialized Financial Institutions (SFIs and NMPC) without government guarantee.

Gross debt covers banking system claims only.

Note: Coverage: BCG = budgetary central government; CG = central government; EA = extrabudgetary units; FPC = financial public corporations; GG = general government; LG = local governments; MPC = monetary public corporations, including central bank; NFPC = nonfinancial public corporations; NFPS = nonfinancial public sector; NMPC = nonmonetary financial public corporations; PS = public sector; SG = state governments; SS = social security funds. Accounting standard: A = accrual; C = cash.

In many countries, fiscal data follow the IMF’s Government Finance Statistics Manual 2001. The concept of overall fiscal balance refers to net lending (+) and borrowing (–) of the general government. In some cases, however, the overall balance refers to total revenue and grants minus total expenditure and net lending.

Gross debt refers to general government public debt, including publicly guaranteed debt.

Gross debt refers to the nonfinancial public sector, excluding Eletrobras and Petrobras, and includes sovereign debt held on the balance sheet of the central bank.

Revenue is recorded on a cash basis and expenditure on an accrual basis.

Data for Thailand do not include debt of Specialized Financial Institutions (SFIs and NMPC) without government guarantee.

Gross debt covers banking system claims only.

Table D.Low-Income Developing Countries: Definition and Coverage of Fiscal Monitor Data
Overall Fiscal Balance1Cyclically Adjusted BalanceGross Debt
CoverageAccounting PracticeCoverageAccounting PracticeCoverageAccounting Practice
AggregateSubsectorsAggregateSubsectorsAggregateSubsectors
BangladeshCGCGCCGCGCCGCGC
BeninCGCGCCGCGC
BoliviaNFPSCG, LG, SS, MPC, NMPC, NFPCCNFPSCG, LG, SS, MPC, NMPC, NFPCCNFPSCG, LG, SS, MPC, NMPC, NFPCC
Burkina FasoCGCGOtherCGCGOther
CambodiaGGCG, LGAGGCG, LGAGGCG, LGA
CameroonNFPSCG, NFPCCNFPSCG, NFPCC
ChadNFPSCG, NFPCCNFPSCG, NFPCC
Democratic Republic of the CongoGGCG, LGAGGCG, LGA
Republic of CongoCGCGNCCGCGNC
Côte d’IvoireCGCGACGCGA
EthiopiaCGCG, SG, LG, NFPCCCGCG, SG, LG, NFPCC
GhanaCGCGCCGCGC
GuineaCGCGOtherCGCGOther
HaitiCGCGCCGCGCCGCGC
HondurasCPSCG, LG, SS, NFPCACPSCG, LG, SS, NFPCACPSCG, LG, SS, NFPCA
KenyaCGCGACGCGA
Kyrgyz RepublicGGCG, LG, SSCGGCG, LG, SSC
Lao P.D.R.2CGCGCCGCGCCGCGC
MadagascarCGCG, LGCCGCGC
MaliCGCGC/ACGCGC/A
MoldovaGGCG, LG, SSCGGCG, LG, SSCGGCG, LG, SSC
Mongolia3GGCG, SG, LG, SSCGGCG, SG, LG, SSC
MozambiqueCGCG, SGC/ACGCG, SGC/ACGCG, SGC/A
Myanmar4NFPSCG, NFPCCNFPSCG, NFPCC
NepalCGCGCCGCGCCGCGC
NicaraguaGGCG, LG, SSCGGCG, LG, SSCGGCG, LG, SSC
NigerCGCGACGCGA
NigeriaGGCG, SG, LG, NFPCCGGCG, SG, LG, NFPCC
Papua New GuineaCGCGCCGCGC
RwandaGGCG, LGC/AGGCG, LGC/A
SenegalCGCGCCGCGCCGCGC
SudanCGCGC/ACGCGC/A
TajikistanGGCG, LG, SSCGGCG, LG, SSC
TanzaniaCGCG, LGCCGCG, LGC
UgandaCGCGCCGCGC
Uzbekistan5GGCG, SG, LG, SSCGGCG, SG, LG, SSC
VietnamGGCG, SG, LGCGGCG, SG, LGCGGCG, SG, LGC
YemenGGCG, LGCGGCG, LGC
ZambiaCGCGCCGCGC
ZimbabweCGCGCCGCGC
Note: Coverage: BCG = budgetary central government; CG = central government; CPS = combined public sector; EA = extrabudgetary units; FC = financial public corporations; GG = general government; LG = local governments; MPC = monetary public corporations, including central bank; NC = non-cash; NFPC = nonfinancial public corporations; NFPS = nonfinancial public sector; NMPC = nonmonetary financial public corporations; PS = public sector; SG = state governments; SS = social security funds. Accounting standard: A = accrual; C = cash.

In many countries, fiscal data follow the IMF’s Government Finance Statistics Manual 2001. The concept of overall fiscal balance refers to net lending (+) and borrowing (−) of the general government. In some cases, however, the overall balance refers to total revenue and grants minus total expenditure and net lending.

Lao P.D.R.’s fiscal spending includes capital spending by local governments financed by loans provided by the central bank.

Mongolia’s listing includes the Human Development Fund.

Overall and primary balances in 2012 are based on the monetary statistics and are different from the balances calculated from expenditure and revenue data.

Uzbekistan’s listing includes the Fund for Reconstruction and Development.

Note: Coverage: BCG = budgetary central government; CG = central government; CPS = combined public sector; EA = extrabudgetary units; FC = financial public corporations; GG = general government; LG = local governments; MPC = monetary public corporations, including central bank; NC = non-cash; NFPC = nonfinancial public corporations; NFPS = nonfinancial public sector; NMPC = nonmonetary financial public corporations; PS = public sector; SG = state governments; SS = social security funds. Accounting standard: A = accrual; C = cash.

In many countries, fiscal data follow the IMF’s Government Finance Statistics Manual 2001. The concept of overall fiscal balance refers to net lending (+) and borrowing (−) of the general government. In some cases, however, the overall balance refers to total revenue and grants minus total expenditure and net lending.

Lao P.D.R.’s fiscal spending includes capital spending by local governments financed by loans provided by the central bank.

Mongolia’s listing includes the Human Development Fund.

Overall and primary balances in 2012 are based on the monetary statistics and are different from the balances calculated from expenditure and revenue data.

Uzbekistan’s listing includes the Fund for Reconstruction and Development.

Table A1.Advanced Economies: General Government Overall Balance, 2007–21(Percent of GDP)
200720082009201020112012201320142015201620172018201920202021
Australia1.5−1.1−4.6−5.1−4.5−3.5−2.8−2.9−2.8−2.9−2.5−1.7−0.8−0.20.0
Austria−3.9−3.9−5.3−4.4−2.6−2.2−1.3−2.7−1.2−1.6−1.5−1.1−1.0−0.8−0.7
Belgium0.1−1.1−5.4−4.0−4.1−4.2−3.0−3.1−2.6−2.7−2.2−2.0−2.2−2.3−2.4
Canada1.80.2−3.9−4.7−3.3−2.5−1.9−0.5−1.3−2.5−2.3−2.0−1.6−1.2−0.9
Cyprus13.30.9−5.5−4.8−5.7−5.8−4.4−0.2−1.4−0.5−0.6−0.5−0.1−0.1−0.1
Czech Republic−0.7−2.1−5.5−4.4−2.7−3.9−1.2−1.9−0.4−0.6−0.6−0.4−0.4−0.4−0.5
Denmark5.03.2−2.8−2.7−2.1−3.5−1.11.5−1.7−0.9−1.9−1.7−1.5−1.3−1.1
Estonia2.4−2.9−1.90.21.0−0.4−0.30.70.40.20.20.1−0.1−0.1−0.2
Finland5.14.2−2.5−2.6−1.0−2.2−2.6−3.2−2.7−2.4−2.4−2.0−1.5−1.1−0.6
France−2.5−3.2−7.2−6.8−5.1−4.8−4.0−4.0−3.5−3.3−3.0−2.7−2.1−1.5−1.0
Germany0.2−0.2−3.2−4.2−1.00.0−0.20.30.70.10.10.20.40.50.6
Greece−6.7−10.2−15.2−11.2−10.2−6.5−3.5−4.1−3.1−3.4−2.7−1.7−1.7−2.0−2.6
Hong Kong SAR7.30.11.74.13.83.11.03.60.61.51.50.91.22.12.1
Iceland4.9−13.1−9.7−9.8−5.6−3.7−1.8−0.1−0.514.70.50.61.10.71.1
Ireland10.3−7.0−13.8−32.1−12.6−8.0−5.7−3.7−1.9−0.7−0.5−0.3−0.10.20.4
Israel−0.6−2.7−5.6−4.1−3.4−5.0−4.2−3.4−3.1−3.4−3.9−3.9−3.9−3.9−3.9
Italy−1.5−2.7−5.3−4.2−3.5−2.9−2.9−3.0−2.6−2.5−2.2−1.3−0.5−0.10.0
Japan−2.1−4.1−10.4−9.3−9.8−8.8−8.6−6.2−5.2−5.2−5.1−4.4−3.9−3.2−3.1
Korea2.21.50.01.51.71.60.60.40.30.81.11.62.12.22.3
Latvia0.6−3.2−7.0−6.5−3.10.1−0.6−1.7−1.8−1.2−1.2−0.1−0.4−0.5−0.5
Lithuania−1.0−3.3−9.3−6.9−8.9−3.1−2.6−0.7−0.2−0.3−0.5−0.5−0.5−0.5−0.5
Luxembourg4.23.4−0.7−0.70.50.30.81.71.31.20.0−0.1−0.3−0.3−0.3
Malta−2.3−4.2−3.3−3.2−2.6−3.6−2.6−2.0−1.5−0.8−0.7−0.6−0.5−0.5−0.5
Netherlands0.20.2−5.4−5.0−4.3−3.9−2.4−2.3−1.9−1.1−0.7−0.4−0.20.00.2
New Zealand3.21.3−1.7−5.9−5.4−1.8−1.0−0.3−0.2−0.4−0.30.00.60.90.9
Norway17.018.510.310.913.213.510.58.45.53.03.23.53.63.53.5
Portugal−3.0−3.8−9.8−11.2−7.4−5.7−4.8−7.2−4.4−3.0−3.0−2.9−2.9−2.9−2.9
Singapore10.16.10.06.08.77.96.75.52.62.42.42.52.92.83.2
Slovak Republic−1.9−2.3−7.9−7.5−4.1−4.3−2.7−2.7−3.0−2.3−2.2−2.0−1.9−1.9−1.9
Slovenia0.3−0.3−5.4−5.2−5.5−3.1−13.9−5.8−3.3−2.3−2.3−2.4−2.6−2.7−2.8
Spain12.0−4.4−11.0−9.4−9.6−10.4−6.9−5.9−5.1−4.5−3.1−2.7−2.3−2.2−2.1
Sweden3.32.0−0.70.0−0.1−0.9−1.3−1.50.0−0.4−0.7−0.40.10.30.3
Switzerland1.61.80.60.30.50.0−0.2−0.2−0.2−0.3−0.3−0.2−0.2−0.20.0
United Kingdom−2.9−4.9−10.5−9.5−7.6−7.7−5.7−5.6−4.2−3.3−2.7−2.2−1.1−0.7−0.7
United States2−2.9−6.7−13.1−10.9−9.6−7.9−4.4−4.2−3.5−4.1−3.7−3.3−3.5−3.6−3.7
Average−1.2−3.5−8.8−7.7−6.3−5.5−3.7−3.3−2.8−3.0−2.8−2.3−2.1−2.0−2.0
Euro Area−0.6−2.2−6.3−6.2−4.2−3.7−3.0−2.6−2.1−2.0−1.7−1.4−1.0−0.7−0.6
G7−2.1−4.5−10.0−8.8−7.4−6.4−4.4−3.8−3.2−3.6−3.3−2.8−2.6−2.5−2.5
G20 Advanced−1.8−4.2−9.5−8.3−7.0−6.0−4.1−3.6−3.0−3.4−3.1−2.6−2.4−2.2−2.2
Source: IMF staff estimates and projections. Projections are based on staff assessment of current policies (see Fiscal Policy Assumptions in text).Note: For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table B.

Data include financial sector support. For Cyprus, 2014 and 2015 balances exclude financial sector support.

For cross-country comparability, expenditure and fiscal balances of the United States are adjusted to exclude the imputed interest on unfunded pension liabilities and the imputed compensation of employees, which are counted as expenditures under the 2008 System of National Accounts (2008 SNA) adopted by the United States, but not in countries that have not yet adopted the 2008 SNA. Data for the United States in this table may thus differ from data published by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis.

Source: IMF staff estimates and projections. Projections are based on staff assessment of current policies (see Fiscal Policy Assumptions in text).Note: For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table B.

Data include financial sector support. For Cyprus, 2014 and 2015 balances exclude financial sector support.

For cross-country comparability, expenditure and fiscal balances of the United States are adjusted to exclude the imputed interest on unfunded pension liabilities and the imputed compensation of employees, which are counted as expenditures under the 2008 System of National Accounts (2008 SNA) adopted by the United States, but not in countries that have not yet adopted the 2008 SNA. Data for the United States in this table may thus differ from data published by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis.

Table A2.Advanced Economies: General Government Primary Balance, 2007–21(Percent of GDP)
200720082009201020112012201320142015201620172018201920202021
Australia1.3−1.1−4.5−4.8−4.0−2.8−2.0−2.0−1.9−1.8−1.4−0.60.20.81.0
Austria−1.7−1.6−3.1−2.3−0.40.00.8−0.70.80.20.20.30.40.50.6
Belgium3.62.4−2.0−0.7−0.9−1.0−0.1−0.3−0.1−0.5−0.2−0.1−0.3−0.4−0.4
Canada2.40.5−2.8−3.9−2.7−1.8−1.20.0−0.6−2.0−2.0−1.9−1.6−1.3−1.0
Cyprus15.73.1−3.6−3.2−4.1−3.3−2.12.41.42.01.92.02.52.52.5
Czech Republic0.0−1.4−4.5−3.3−1.7−2.8−0.2−0.80.50.20.20.30.30.30.2
Denmark5.63.4−2.4−2.1−1.5−3.0−0.71.8−0.9−0.2−1.3−1.4−1.3−1.1−0.9
Estonia2.0−3.3−2.20.00.9−0.5−0.40.60.30.10.10.0−0.1−0.2−0.3
Finland4.83.7−2.9−2.5−1.0−2.0−2.5−3.0−2.5−2.2−2.4−2.0−1.5−0.9−0.3
France−0.1−0.5−4.9−4.5−2.6−2.4−1.9−1.9−1.6−1.5−1.5−1.2−0.70.00.6
Germany2.62.2−0.8−2.11.11.81.41.72.01.20.90.91.01.01.0
Greece−2.2−5.4−10.1−5.4−3.0−1.40.50.00.70.10.71.61.61.61.5
Hong Kong SAR5.7−2.6−0.22.31.91.3−0.73.60.60.60.90.20.71.61.6
Iceland5.2−13.3−6.6−7.0−2.9−0.41.63.63.217.22.62.62.82.32.5
Ireland10.9−6.3−12.4−29.7−9.7−4.4−2.0−0.30.31.31.41.51.71.91.9
Israel4.01.4−1.6−0.30.2−1.3−0.9−0.5−0.2−0.4−0.8−0.8−0.8−0.8−0.8
Italy3.02.0−1.0−0.11.02.11.71.41.41.31.42.12.83.23.3
Japan−2.1−3.8−9.9−8.6−9.0−7.9−7.8−5.6−4.9−5.2−5.3−4.7−4.2−3.5−3.3
Korea1.41.2−0.70.80.90.8−0.2−0.3−0.4−0.30.21.22.02.22.2
Latvia0.8−3.1−6.4−5.5−2.21.30.7−0.4−0.2−0.2−0.20.80.40.30.3
Lithuania−0.5−2.8−8.2−5.2−7.2−1.2−0.91.01.31.11.01.11.01.00.9
Luxembourg3.22.1−1.2−0.90.30.10.61.51.01.20.1−0.1−0.3−0.4−0.5
Malta1.2−0.80.0−0.10.6−0.60.30.81.11.51.51.61.51.51.5
Netherlands1.61.6−4.2−3.8−3.0−2.8−1.2−1.1−0.8−0.20.10.40.60.81.0
New Zealand3.71.6−1.4−5.4−4.8−1.1−0.40.20.3−0.10.10.50.91.21.3
Norway14.115.58.08.811.111.78.66.33.00.60.71.11.21.11.0
Portugal−0.4−1.1−7.1−8.5−3.6−1.4−0.6−2.8−0.21.31.21.21.11.11.1
Singapore8.73.7−1.15.48.27.46.24.81.61.51.51.61.91.82.3
Slovak Republic−1.0−1.5−6.8−6.4−2.8−2.7−1.0−1.0−1.5−1.1−1.1−1.0−0.9−0.9−0.9
Slovenia1.20.5−4.6−4.0−4.2−1.4−11.6−2.9−0.60.3−0.10.00.10.10.1
Spain13.1−3.4−9.6−7.8−7.6−7.9−4.0−2.9−2.4−2.0−0.8−0.4−0.10.00.1
Sweden4.02.4−0.50.10.2−0.9−1.3−1.6−0.2−0.7−0.9−0.50.10.40.5
Switzerland2.32.31.10.80.80.40.10.00.0−0.1−0.1−0.1−0.1−0.10.1
United Kingdom−1.3−3.4−9.1−7.1−4.9−5.4−4.3−3.8−2.8−1.6−0.9−0.40.60.80.8
United States−0.8−4.6−11.2−8.9−7.3−5.7−2.4−2.2−1.5−2.1−1.8−1.3−1.3−1.3−1.3
Average0.5−1.9−7.1−6.0−4.5−3.6−2.1−1.6−1.3−1.6−1.4−1.0−0.8−0.5−0.5
Euro Area1.90.4−3.8−3.7−1.6−1.0−0.5−0.20.1−0.10.00.30.60.81.0
G7−0.2−2.6−8.1−6.8−5.3−4.4−2.5−2.0−1.5−1.9−1.8−1.3−1.1−0.9−0.8
G20 Advanced−0.1−2.4−7.8−6.5−5.1−4.1−2.4−1.9−1.5−1.9−1.7−1.2−0.9−0.7−0.6
Source: IMF staff estimates and projections. Projections are based on staff assessment of current policies (see Fiscal Policy Assumptions in text).Note: Primary balance is defined as the overall balance excluding net interest payments. For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table B.

Data include financial sector support. For Cyprus, 2014 and 2015 balances exclude financial sector support.

Source: IMF staff estimates and projections. Projections are based on staff assessment of current policies (see Fiscal Policy Assumptions in text).Note: Primary balance is defined as the overall balance excluding net interest payments. For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table B.

Data include financial sector support. For Cyprus, 2014 and 2015 balances exclude financial sector support.

Table A3.Advanced Economies: General Government Cyclically Adjusted Balance, 2007–21(Percent of potential GDP)
200720082009201020112012201320142015201620172018201920202021
Australia1.2−1.4−4.5−4.9−4.2−3.2−2.4−2.4−2.3−2.4−2.1−1.4−0.6−0.10.0
Austria−6.1−5.9−3.6−3.4−2.7−2.1−0.8−1.8−0.4−1.1−1.2−1.0−0.9−0.8−0.7
Belgium−0.9−1.9−4.6−3.9−4.4−4.1−2.4−2.6−2.2−2.4−2.0−1.9−2.1−2.3−2.4
Canada1.0−0.2−2.3−3.7−2.9−2.0−1.5−0.4−1.0−2.1−2.0−1.9−1.5−1.2−0.8
Cyprus
Czech Republic−3.6−4.9−5.3−4.2−2.9−3.20.1−1.3−0.8−1.1−0.9−0.7−0.6−0.5−0.5
Denmark2.21.4−0.6−1.6−1.7−2.90.12.3−1.1−0.5−1.6−1.4−1.5−1.3−1.2
Estonia−2.2−4.72.03.82.70.30.51.00.80.70.50.30.0−0.1−0.2
Finland2.11.7−0.1−1.4−1.0−1.2−1.0−1.0−0.4−0.6−0.8−0.7−0.5−0.5−0.4
France−3.5−3.7−5.6−5.7−4.6−3.9−2.9−2.7−2.4−2.4−2.2−2.1−1.8−1.4−1.1
Germany−1.0−1.3−1.1−3.5−1.5−0.3−0.10.30.7−0.1−0.10.10.30.40.5
Greece−10.4−13.8−18.6−12.1−8.4−2.40.5−0.70.2−0.2−0.7−0.6−1.2−1.8−2.6
Hong Kong SAR13.9−0.5−0.70.90.40.3−1.32.50.1−0.30.3−0.5−0.10.70.8
Iceland2.9−4.5−10.0−7.8−4.7−3.1−1.9−0.1−0.814.1−0.10.31.00.61.1
Ireland1−9.5−12.5−10.6−8.4−6.3−4.9−3.1−1.9−0.7−0.7−0.7−0.5−0.30.10.4
Israel−1.0−2.6−4.6−3.8−3.7−4.9−4.6−3.8−3.2−3.5−4.0−4.0−4.1−4.1−4.2
Italy−2.9−3.6−3.6−3.6−3.2−1.5−0.8−0.9−0.9−1.1−1.3−0.9−0.30.00.0
Japan−2.3−3.6−7.5−7.9−8.4−7.9−8.3−5.8−4.8−4.9−4.8−4.1−3.6−2.9−2.9
Korea1.81.31.31.51.61.70.90.60.61.11.41.82.22.32.3
Latvia−1.0−8.4−3.2−3.3−1.30.8−1.0−1.5−1.7−1.1−1.2−0.2−0.5−0.5−0.5
Lithuania−6.5−8.8−6.7−4.2−7.5−2.4−2.3−0.50.20.1−0.1−0.3−0.5−0.5−0.5
Luxembourg2.12.31.2−0.70.21.31.21.80.91.00.0−0.1−0.3−0.3−0.3
Malta−3.0−5.6−2.4−3.0−2.1−3.1−2.8−2.0−2.1−1.5−1.1−0.8−0.7−0.6−0.5
Netherlands−0.6−0.7−4.4−4.3−4.1−3.0−1.1−1.2−1.2−0.7−0.4−0.3−0.3−0.20.0
New Zealand2.71.3−1.7−5.4−5.1−1.8−1.0−0.5−0.6−0.8−0.7−0.40.10.50.0
Norway1−3.0−3.1−5.4−5.4−4.5−4.8−5.1−5.9−6.8−8.0−8.2−8.2−8.2−8.1−8.1
Portugal−3.7−4.2−8.8−10.8−6.3−3.0−1.8−4.6−2.6−1.6−2.0−2.3−2.6−2.8−2.9
Singapore11.86.70.26.58.57.86.65.52.62.62.42.62.72.83.0
Slovak Republic−3.6−4.3−6.4−7.3−4.0−4.0−2.1−2.2−2.5−2.3−2.3−2.1−2.1−2.1−2.2
Slovenia−2.7−3.2−4.4−4.7−4.2−2.0−1.6−2.7−1.8−1.3−1.9−2.2−2.4−2.6−2.8
Spain1−1.3−7.2−10.4−8.3−7.4−3.7−2.8−2.5−2.8−2.7−2.5−2.4−2.3−2.4−2.4
Sweden12.71.20.91.50.7−0.3−0.8−0.9−0.2−0.6−0.8−0.50.00.20.2
Switzerland10.70.81.00.40.60.30.1−0.10.00.00.00.00.00.00.0
United Kingdom1−4.7−5.8−8.8−7.4−6.0−6.0−4.2−4.9−4.0−3.2−2.5−1.9−0.9−0.6−0.7
United States1, 2−4.1−6.0−7.7−9.6−8.2−6.4−4.3−3.9−3.3−3.9−3.7−3.4−3.6−3.6−3.7
Average−2.6−4.0−6.0−6.7−5.7−4.5−3.3−2.8−2.5−2.8−2.7−2.4−2.2−2.1−2.1
Euro Area−2.3−3.5−4.7−5.0−3.8−2.6−1.4−1.3−1.0−1.3−1.2−1.0−0.8−0.7−0.6
G7−3.2−4.5−6.4−7.5−6.5−5.3−3.9−3.3−2.9−3.3−3.1−2.8−2.6−2.5−2.5
G20 Advanced−2.9−4.2−6.1−7.2−6.1−5.0−3.7−3.1−2.7−3.1−2.9−2.5−2.4−2.2−2.2
Source: IMF staff estimates and projections. Projections are based on staff assessment of current policies (see Fiscal Policy Assumptions in text).Note: For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table B.

The data for these countries include adjustments beyond the output cycle.

For cross-country comparability, expenditure and fiscal balances of the United States are adjusted to exclude the imputed interest on unfunded pension liabilities and the imputed compensation of employees, which are counted as expenditures under the 2008 System of National Accounts (2008 SNA) adopted by the United States, but not in countries that have not yet adopted the 2008 SNA. Data for the United States in this table may thus differ from data published by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis.

Source: IMF staff estimates and projections. Projections are based on staff assessment of current policies (see Fiscal Policy Assumptions in text).Note: For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table B.

The data for these countries include adjustments beyond the output cycle.

For cross-country comparability, expenditure and fiscal balances of the United States are adjusted to exclude the imputed interest on unfunded pension liabilities and the imputed compensation of employees, which are counted as expenditures under the 2008 System of National Accounts (2008 SNA) adopted by the United States, but not in countries that have not yet adopted the 2008 SNA. Data for the United States in this table may thus differ from data published by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis.

Table A4.Advanced Economies: General Government Cyclically Adjusted Primary Balance, 2007–21(Percent of potential GDP)
200720082009201020112012201320142015201620172018201920202021
Australia1.0−1.4−4.4−4.6−3.7−2.5−1.6−1.5−1.3−1.3−1.0−0.30.51.01.1
Austria−3.9−3.5−1.5−1.3−0.50.11.30.21.50.60.50.40.50.50.6
Belgium2.71.7−1.3−0.7−1.2−0.90.50.20.3−0.10.00.0−0.3−0.4−0.4
Canada1.60.1−1.3−2.9−2.3−1.3−0.80.1−0.2−1.6−1.7−1.7−1.5−1.2−0.9
Cyprus
Czech Republic−2.8−4.1−4.3−3.2−1.9−2.11.1−0.20.1−0.2−0.10.10.10.20.2
Denmark2.81.6−0.2−1.0−1.1−2.40.52.7−0.40.2−1.0−1.1−1.3−1.1−1.0
Estonia−2.6−5.21.83.62.60.20.40.90.80.60.50.30.0−0.2−0.3
Finland1.71.1−0.4−1.3−0.9−0.9−0.9−0.8−0.2−0.4−0.7−0.7−0.5−0.3−0.1
France−1.0−1.0−3.4−3.5−2.1−1.5−0.8−0.6−0.5−0.6−0.7−0.7−0.40.10.5
Germany1.51.11.2−1.40.61.61.61.72.01.00.80.70.80.90.9
Greece−5.5−8.5−13.2−6.1−1.42.34.13.13.73.02.62.62.11.71.5
Hong Kong SAR12.2−3.3−2.6−1.0−1.5−1.5−3.02.50.2−1.2−0.3−1.2−0.60.20.3
Iceland3.1−4.6−7.0−5.1−2.10.21.53.63.016.62.12.22.62.32.5
Ireland1−8.8−11.8−9.2−6.1−3.5−1.50.41.41.51.31.31.41.61.81.9
Israel3.61.5−0.70.00.0−1.2−1.2−0.9−0.3−0.4−1.0−1.0−1.0−1.1−1.1
Italy1.71.20.50.51.23.43.73.43.02.52.22.53.03.33.3
Japan−2.3−3.3−7.0−7.3−7.7−7.0−7.5−5.2−4.5−4.8−5.0−4.4−3.9−3.2−3.0
Korea1.00.90.70.80.90.90.0−0.1−0.20.00.51.32.12.22.2
Latvia−0.8−8.3−2.6−2.4−0.52.00.2−0.2−0.1−0.1−0.20.70.40.30.3
Lithuania−5.9−8.3−5.6−2.6−5.8−0.4−0.61.11.71.51.31.31.11.00.9
Luxembourg1.01.00.7−0.9−0.11.11.01.60.71.00.1−0.1−0.3−0.4−0.5
Malta0.7−2.00.90.21.2−0.10.20.90.71.01.21.41.41.51.6
Netherlands0.80.7−3.2−3.2−2.9−1.90.0−0.1−0.20.30.50.50.50.60.8
New Zealand3.11.5−1.4−5.0−4.4−1.0−0.40.0−0.2−0.4−0.30.00.50.80.4
Norway1−6.9−7.1−8.5−8.0−7.2−7.2−7.4−8.6−9.8−11.0−11.3−11.3−11.2−11.2−11.1
Portugal−1.0−1.4−6.2−8.1−2.51.02.2−0.41.42.52.01.71.41.21.1
Singapore10.34.4−0.95.98.07.46.14.81.61.61.51.61.71.92.0
Slovak Republic−2.7−3.4−5.4−6.2−2.7−2.4−0.5−0.6−1.0−1.1−1.1−1.2−1.2−1.1−1.1
Slovenia−1.7−2.4−3.5−3.5−2.9−0.30.50.20.91.20.30.30.20.20.1
Spain1−0.1−6.1−9.1−6.8−5.5−1.3−0.10.3−0.2−0.2−0.2−0.2−0.1−0.2−0.2
Sweden13.41.71.01.70.9−0.3−0.7−0.9−0.4−0.9−1.1−0.60.00.30.4
Switzerland11.41.31.50.90.90.70.30.10.20.20.20.20.10.10.1
United Kingdom1−3.1−4.2−7.5−5.0−3.3−3.7−2.9−3.1−2.5−1.5−0.7−0.10.80.90.8
United States1−2.0−4.0−5.9−7.6−6.0−4.2−2.4−1.9−1.4−1.9−1.8−1.4−1.4−1.3−1.3
Average−0.9−2.4−4.4−5.0−3.8−2.7−1.7−1.2−1.0−1.4−1.3−1.0−0.8−0.6−0.6
Euro Area0.3−0.9−2.3−2.5−1.20.01.01.01.10.60.50.60.70.91.0
G7−1.3−2.5−4.6−5.6−4.4−3.3−2.1−1.5−1.2−1.7−1.6−1.3−1.1−0.9−0.8
G20 Advanced−1.1−2.4−4.4−5.4−4.2−3.1−2.0−1.5−1.2−1.6−1.5−1.1−0.9−0.7−0.6
Source: IMF staff estimates and projections. Projections are based on staff assessment of current policies (see Fiscal Policy Assumptions in text).Note: Cyclically adjusted primary balance is defined as the cyclically adjusted balance excluding net interest payments. For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table B.

The data for these countries include adjustments beyond the output cycle.

Source: IMF staff estimates and projections. Projections are based on staff assessment of current policies (see Fiscal Policy Assumptions in text).Note: Cyclically adjusted primary balance is defined as the cyclically adjusted balance excluding net interest payments. For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table B.

The data for these countries include adjustments beyond the output cycle.

Table A5.Advanced Economies: General Government Revenue, 2007–21(Percent of GDP)
200720082009201020112012201320142015201620172018201920202021
Australia35.834.033.432.032.133.334.034.234.634.734.935.235.535.836.0
Austria47.848.348.848.348.348.949.549.950.549.749.549.549.549.549.5
Belgium48.349.248.849.350.351.652.652.051.451.050.850.450.149.949.9
Canada40.439.139.638.438.438.538.538.539.138.838.638.438.438.538.6
Cyprus41.139.536.837.536.836.137.639.738.937.837.537.337.637.637.6
Czech Republic39.338.138.138.640.340.541.440.341.440.040.040.240.140.039.9
Denmark54.653.754.054.354.854.855.557.453.952.550.049.849.649.449.4
Estonia36.036.142.340.638.438.738.038.740.041.542.542.842.842.642.3
Finland51.952.452.252.153.354.054.954.955.054.953.554.154.454.654.8
France49.749.849.649.650.852.052.953.453.553.253.353.153.153.153.1
Germany43.043.444.343.043.844.244.544.744.744.644.544.544.444.444.4
Greece40.440.638.941.344.045.847.946.848.147.246.245.144.243.543.2
Hong Kong SAR21.318.918.820.722.421.421.020.918.721.220.921.821.821.921.9
Iceland45.942.538.839.640.141.742.145.342.256.941.741.441.641.341.4
Ireland36.134.833.333.233.133.633.934.027.626.325.825.625.325.024.7
Israel41.539.136.237.037.036.136.536.736.837.637.237.337.337.337.3
Italy45.345.145.945.645.747.848.148.247.947.346.045.846.046.046.0
Japan31.231.629.629.630.831.132.133.634.133.733.733.733.834.634.7
Korea22.622.321.321.021.622.121.521.221.322.021.821.521.521.521.5
Latvia33.833.535.836.635.737.536.936.236.336.236.837.937.236.336.0
Lithuania33.433.834.334.332.632.132.133.534.434.334.534.534.534.534.4
Luxembourg42.443.645.344.243.844.844.044.142.842.641.341.040.840.840.8
Malta38.938.438.637.938.538.939.341.241.939.639.839.940.040.140.1
Netherlands42.743.842.743.242.743.243.943.943.243.643.743.743.743.743.7
New Zealand36.636.034.833.933.933.934.034.134.534.434.434.033.934.034.0
Norway56.557.455.455.056.255.853.853.353.353.151.251.251.351.251.1
Portugal41.541.640.440.642.642.945.144.543.943.643.443.343.243.042.9
Singapore23.824.017.421.123.222.421.721.621.622.021.321.621.822.022.3
Slovak Republic34.234.336.134.536.436.238.639.242.739.739.539.339.038.738.4
Slovenia39.840.439.840.840.641.741.041.540.740.740.440.540.640.740.8
Spain40.936.734.836.236.237.538.238.638.237.438.038.037.937.937.9
Sweden52.051.351.351.050.350.650.950.148.948.648.949.249.349.149.1
Switzerland31.632.433.032.533.032.632.732.732.732.732.732.732.732.732.7
United Kingdom35.436.034.435.336.036.036.335.335.836.336.436.136.336.236.1
United States31.730.628.429.129.429.431.631.431.631.431.531.731.832.032.0
Average36.836.635.135.135.735.837.037.036.536.436.236.236.336.436.4
Euro Area44.744.444.444.344.946.046.646.746.446.045.845.745.645.645.5
G736.135.934.334.335.035.036.536.636.336.136.036.036.136.336.3
G20 Advanced35.635.433.933.834.434.535.935.935.735.535.435.435.535.735.7
Source: IMF staff estimates and projections. Projections are based on staff assessment of current policies (see Fiscal Policy Assumptions in text).Note: For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table B.
Source: IMF staff estimates and projections. Projections are based on staff assessment of current policies (see Fiscal Policy Assumptions in text).Note: For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table B.
Table A6.Advanced Economies: General Government Expenditure, 2007–21(Percent of GDP)
200720082009201020112012201320142015201620172018201920202021
Australia34.435.137.937.136.536.836.837.137.537.637.436.936.336.036.0
Austria51.752.254.152.750.851.150.852.651.751.351.050.750.550.450.3
Belgium48.250.354.153.354.455.855.655.154.053.753.052.452.252.252.3
Canada38.638.943.543.241.741.040.339.040.441.440.940.440.039.739.5
Cyprus37.938.642.342.242.541.942.039.940.338.338.137.837.737.737.6
Czech Republic40.040.243.643.043.044.542.642.241.840.640.640.740.640.540.4
Denmark49.650.556.857.156.858.356.556.055.753.451.951.551.050.750.5
Estonia33.639.044.240.437.439.138.338.039.641.342.342.742.842.742.6
Finland46.848.354.854.854.456.257.558.157.757.256.056.155.955.755.4
France52.253.056.856.455.956.857.057.357.056.556.255.855.354.754.1
Germany42.843.647.647.344.744.344.744.444.044.544.344.244.043.943.8
Greece47.150.854.152.554.252.351.450.851.150.548.946.846.045.545.8
Hong Kong SAR13.918.817.116.618.618.320.017.318.119.719.420.920.619.819.8
Iceland41.055.748.549.445.745.444.045.342.742.241.240.840.540.640.4
Ireland35.841.847.165.345.741.639.537.729.527.026.325.825.424.824.3
Israel42.141.741.841.040.441.140.740.139.941.041.141.241.241.241.2
Italy46.847.851.249.949.150.851.051.250.549.848.247.246.646.146.0
Japan33.335.740.038.940.639.840.639.839.338.938.938.137.737.837.8
Korea20.520.821.319.519.920.620.920.821.021.120.619.819.319.219.1
Latvia33.236.742.843.138.837.437.437.938.137.437.938.037.736.836.5
Lithuania34.437.043.641.241.535.234.734.134.634.635.035.035.034.935.0
Luxembourg38.240.246.044.943.344.643.242.441.541.441.341.141.141.141.1
Malta41.242.641.941.141.042.541.843.243.440.540.540.540.540.640.6
Netherlands42.443.648.248.147.047.146.346.245.144.744.444.243.943.743.5
New Zealand33.434.736.539.939.335.835.034.334.734.834.734.033.433.133.1
Norway39.538.945.044.143.042.243.344.947.850.148.047.747.747.747.6
Portugal44.545.350.251.850.048.549.951.748.346.646.446.246.145.945.8
Singapore13.717.917.315.014.614.515.116.119.019.618.919.118.919.219.0
Slovak Republic36.136.743.942.040.540.541.341.945.642.041.741.340.940.640.3
Slovenia39.640.745.346.046.144.854.947.344.143.042.742.943.243.443.6
Spain38.941.145.845.645.848.045.144.543.341.941.140.740.240.140.0
Sweden48.749.352.051.050.451.552.251.748.949.049.649.549.248.848.8
Switzerland30.030.732.432.232.632.632.932.933.033.133.033.033.032.932.8
United Kingdom38.340.944.844.943.643.742.040.940.039.639.138.437.436.936.8
United States34.537.341.640.038.937.336.035.535.035.535.235.035.335.535.8
Average38.040.143.942.742.041.240.740.239.339.439.038.638.438.438.4
Euro Area45.346.650.750.549.149.749.649.348.548.047.447.046.646.346.1
G738.240.344.343.142.441.440.940.339.539.639.338.938.838.838.8
G20 Advanced37.539.643.542.141.540.640.039.538.738.938.538.137.937.938.0
Source: IMF staff estimates and projections. Projections are based on staff assessment of current policies (see Fiscal Policy Assumptions in text).Note: For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table B.
Source: IMF staff estimates and projections. Projections are based on staff assessment of current policies (see Fiscal Policy Assumptions in text).Note: For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table B.
Table A7.Advanced Economies: General Government Gross Debt, 2007–21(Percent of GDP)
200720082009201020112012201320142015201620172018201920202021
Australia19.711.716.720.524.227.830.834.337.640.943.243.542.340.639.0
Austria64.868.579.782.482.281.680.884.386.284.983.782.380.678.977.3
Belgium87.092.599.699.7102.3104.1105.2106.6106.1105.8105.0104.0103.2102.6102.1
Canada166.867.879.381.181.584.886.186.291.592.190.588.786.784.682.2
Cyprus53.644.653.456.365.879.3102.5108.2108.9106.7105.3101.997.994.691.2
Czech Republic27.828.734.138.239.844.544.942.240.339.838.837.836.936.035.2
Denmark27.333.440.442.946.445.244.744.845.545.746.346.346.045.444.6
Estonia3.74.57.06.65.99.59.910.49.79.59.18.78.48.17.9
Finland34.032.741.747.148.552.955.459.362.563.865.365.966.065.564.4
France64.468.179.081.785.289.692.495.396.197.197.897.997.495.993.8
Germany63.564.972.481.078.379.577.174.571.068.265.963.661.158.956.7
Greece1103.1109.4126.7146.2172.1159.6177.7180.1176.9183.4184.7184.7178.5173.1169.2
Hong Kong SAR11.00.90.70.60.60.50.50.10.10.10.10.10.00.00.0
Iceland27.367.682.988.395.192.684.882.567.655.151.841.536.734.029.9
Ireland23.942.461.786.3109.6119.5119.5105.278.774.672.669.768.066.263.5
Israel73.071.974.670.768.868.367.066.064.165.867.668.769.370.070.6
Italy99.8102.4112.5115.4116.5123.3129.0132.5132.7133.2133.4132.0129.9127.5125.0
Japan183.0191.8210.2215.8231.6238.0244.5249.1248.0250.4253.0254.9254.7254.5253.9
Korea28.728.231.430.831.532.133.835.937.938.939.238.837.836.835.6
Latvia7.216.232.540.337.636.935.938.634.935.134.732.931.630.228.9
Lithuania16.715.429.036.337.339.838.840.742.841.941.039.537.936.535.2
Luxembourg7.815.116.020.119.122.023.322.921.522.222.923.524.024.024.2
Malta62.462.767.867.670.067.668.467.064.062.259.757.955.853.751.7
Netherlands42.454.556.559.361.666.467.767.965.163.561.860.458.857.055.3
New Zealand14.516.921.726.931.531.930.830.329.929.929.226.825.624.623.1
Norway49.247.342.042.428.930.030.327.927.927.927.927.927.927.927.9
Portugal68.471.783.696.2111.4126.2129.0130.2129.0128.4128.2127.7127.0126.5125.9
Singapore84.795.399.797.0101.1105.8103.198.5104.7106.4105.7104.2102.7101.199.6
Slovak Republic29.928.236.040.843.352.455.053.952.952.853.052.451.650.850.0
Slovenia22.721.634.538.246.453.971.080.983.180.081.282.383.184.084.9
Spain35.539.452.760.169.585.493.799.399.3100.1100.2100.099.298.397.4
Sweden38.136.740.237.636.937.239.844.843.442.741.240.439.738.437.0
Switzerland49.549.447.346.146.046.646.445.745.744.743.742.641.340.339.3
United Kingdom42.250.364.275.781.384.886.087.989.089.088.888.686.684.382.1
United States164.072.886.094.799.0102.5104.6104.6105.2108.2108.4107.9107.8107.9108.3
Average71.778.591.998.4102.6106.8105.6105.4105.4108.6109.2108.5107.6106.5105.5
Euro Area64.968.578.384.186.791.393.394.392.591.791.089.888.186.284.2
G780.988.9103.7111.9117.1121.3119.4118.6117.9121.7122.6122.0121.1120.2119.3
G20 Advanced77.184.899.2106.1110.6114.5112.9112.4112.2116.0116.8116.1115.2114.1113.1
Source: IMF staff estimates and projections. Projections are based on staff assessment of current policies (see Fiscal Policy Assumptions in text).Note: For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table B.

For cross-country comparability, gross debt levels reported by national statistical agencies for countries that have adopted the 2008 System of National Accounts (Australia, Canada, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, and the United States) are adjusted to exclude unfunded pension liabilities of government employees’ defined-benefit pension plans.

Source: IMF staff estimates and projections. Projections are based on staff assessment of current policies (see Fiscal Policy Assumptions in text).Note: For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table B.

For cross-country comparability, gross debt levels reported by national statistical agencies for countries that have adopted the 2008 System of National Accounts (Australia, Canada, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, and the United States) are adjusted to exclude unfunded pension liabilities of government employees’ defined-benefit pension plans.

Table A8.Advanced Economies: General Government Net Debt, 2007–21(Percent of GDP)
200720082009201020112012201320142015201620172018201920202021
Australia1−7.3−5.3−0.63.98.111.213.215.617.719.721.121.621.019.818.5
Austria60.460.259.559.158.558.057.256.255.154.2
Belgium54.355.161.059.660.862.563.662.861.062.062.462.763.063.564.2
Canada122.118.424.426.827.128.229.428.126.326.925.323.621.719.617.2
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Denmark−4.6−6.7−5.9−3.31.16.64.04.96.57.39.010.411.412.212.9
Estonia−10.5−7.9−9.5−7.9−6.1−2.6−1.5−1.3−1.7−1.6−1.6−1.5−1.4−1.2−0.9
Finland−69.7−50.0−59.6−61.8−48.8−50.3−53.7−54.4−50.7−47.1−43.4−40.2−37.4−35.0−33.2
France57.760.370.173.776.481.684.487.488.289.289.890.089.488.085.8
Germany47.947.854.457.155.254.453.450.147.545.443.742.040.138.536.8
Greece
Hong Kong SAR
Iceland17.653.366.365.761.763.862.255.950.645.539.834.232.124.522.9
Ireland14.222.536.566.277.786.189.286.267.063.862.359.858.256.553.9
Israel65.864.166.264.163.262.662.262.660.962.764.665.866.667.468.1
Italy85.987.996.398.3100.4105.0109.9112.5113.3113.8113.9112.7110.9108.9106.7
Japan80.595.3106.2113.1127.2129.0124.2126.2125.3127.9130.7132.6132.4132.2131.5
Korea26.826.929.628.929.430.031.633.935.736.837.236.936.035.033.9
Latvia4.411.121.428.830.129.732.935.632.032.331.930.229.027.726.5
Lithuania13.013.524.531.833.534.135.737.839.939.238.337.035.634.233.1
Luxembourg
Malta
Netherlands17.616.220.223.426.828.431.333.134.334.834.533.933.132.131.0
New Zealand−0.9−2.3−0.82.36.17.67.77.06.56.76.76.46.46.04.8
Norway−143.7−128.8−158.3−167.6−162.4−171.4−205.3−244.0−279.1−274.4−274.7−275.8−276.5−277.4−278.9
Portugal61.467.279.391.6100.8115.7118.4120.0121.6121.9122.2122.2122.2122.0121.5
Singapore
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Spain19.222.332.842.351.565.873.878.679.781.482.182.382.181.781.3
Sweden−16.2−8.5−15.2−17.1−19.2−21.3−21.1−20.5−19.3−18.0−16.5−15.6−15.0−14.7−14.5
Switzerland30.229.327.526.426.225.525.224.624.523.622.621.520.219.218.2
United Kingdom37.144.457.468.572.976.277.679.580.480.580.380.078.175.873.6
United States144.550.562.069.475.979.480.880.379.882.282.382.182.683.484.4
Average43.248.458.363.568.171.070.069.970.372.572.972.772.371.871.5
Euro Area44.946.553.957.860.265.767.868.367.667.467.066.265.063.762.2
G752.058.369.375.581.384.183.182.882.184.384.784.484.183.783.4
G20 Advanced49.555.566.171.576.779.378.578.578.280.480.780.580.079.579.1
Source: IMF staff estimates and projections. Projections are based on staff assessment of current policies (see Fiscal Policy Assumptions in text).Note: For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table B.

For cross-country comparability, net debt levels reported by national statistical agencies for countries that have adopted the 2008 System of National Accounts (Australia, Canada, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, and the United States) are adjusted to exclude unfunded pension liabilities of government employees’ defined-benefit pension plans.

Source: IMF staff estimates and projections. Projections are based on staff assessment of current policies (see Fiscal Policy Assumptions in text).Note: For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table B.

For cross-country comparability, net debt levels reported by national statistical agencies for countries that have adopted the 2008 System of National Accounts (Australia, Canada, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, and the United States) are adjusted to exclude unfunded pension liabilities of government employees’ defined-benefit pension plans.

Table A9.Emerging Market and Middle-Income Economies: General Government Overall Balance, 2007–21(Percent of GDP)
200720082009201020112012201320142015201620172018201920202021
Algeria6.19.1−5.5−0.4−0.4−4.4−0.4−7.3−16.2−12.9−9.3−7.7−6.6−5.3−3.9
Angola4.7−4.5−7.43.48.74.6−0.3−6.6−4.9−5.4−5.4−4.0−3.4−2.9−2.6
Argentina−0.10.2−2.4−1.3−2.6−2.8−3.0−4.0−6.6−7.1−7.4−6.6−5.4−4.3−4.1
Azerbaijan0.721.68.314.211.74.31.03.2−6.8−9.9−3.9−0.46.38.07.6
Belarus−0.7−9.8−9.3−2.32.6−0.1−2.9−1.7−3.5−5.3−8.2−8.0−7.9−7.8−6.5
Brazil−2.7−1.5−3.2−2.7−2.5−2.5−3.0−6.0−10.3−10.4−9.1−8.0−7.4−7.0−6.4
Chile7.93.9−4.3−0.41.40.7−0.5−1.5−2.1−3.2−2.9−2.0−1.6−1.4−1.2
China0.10.0−1.80.6−0.1−0.7−0.8−0.9−2.7−3.0−3.3−3.0−2.8−2.7−2.7
Colombia−0.8−0.3−2.8−3.3−2.00.1−0.9−1.8−3.5−2.9−2.1−1.5−0.9−0.20.0
Croatia−2.4−2.8−6.0−6.2−7.8−5.3−5.3−5.5−3.2−2.8−2.6−2.4−2.3−2.3−2.3
Dominican Republic0.1−3.3−3.0−2.7−3.0−6.6−3.6−3.0−0.4−3.7−3.9−3.4−3.8−4.0−4.2
Ecuador2.60.6−3.6−1.4−0.1−0.9−4.6−5.3−5.2−5.20.30.41.22.10.6
Egypt1−7.2−7.4−6.6−7.9−9.3−10.0−13.4−12.9−11.5−12.0−9.7−8.1−5.9−4.5−3.9
Hungary−5.1−3.6−4.6−4.5−5.5−2.3−2.5−2.3−2.0−2.0−2.7−2.5−2.2−2.0−1.9
India−4.4−10.0−9.8−8.4−8.2−7.5−7.6−7.3−6.9−6.7−6.6−6.2−5.8−5.5−5.2
Indonesia−0.90.1−1.6−1.2−0.7−1.6−2.2−2.1−2.6−2.5−2.6−2.8−2.8−2.8−2.8
Iran6.70.60.82.80.6−0.3−0.9−1.2−1.7−1.1−1.0−0.7−0.8−0.7−0.8
Kazakhstan5.11.2−1.31.55.64.34.81.7−6.8−5.6−4.1−3.4−3.4−2.6−1.8
Kuwait37.420.227.226.033.133.334.328.11.7−3.53.23.83.33.22.4
Libya28.627.5−5.311.6−15.927.8−4.0−40.3−52.5−56.6−43.8−38.0−31.1−22.2−19.8
Malaysia−2.6−3.5−6.5−4.5−3.6−3.8−4.1−2.7−3.0−3.4−3.0−2.7−2.6−2.3−2.3
Mexico−1.1−0.8−5.0−3.9−3.4−3.8−3.7−4.6−4.1−3.0−3.0−2.5−2.5−2.5−2.5
Morocco−0.10.7−1.8−4.3−6.6−7.3−5.2−4.9−4.4−3.5−3.0−2.8−2.5−2.1−2.0
Oman12.417.3−0.35.79.44.74.7−1.1−16.5−13.5−10.3−7.6−6.0−4.7−4.2
Pakistan−5.1−7.5−5.0−6.0−6.7−8.6−8.4−4.9−5.2−4.4−3.6−2.9−2.7−2.5−2.5
Peru3.32.7−1.40.12.02.10.7−0.3−2.2−2.5−1.9−1.4−1.0−0.8−0.6
Philippines−0.30.0−2.7−2.4−0.4−0.30.20.90.2−0.4−1.5−1.7−1.9−2.0−2.1
Poland−1.9−3.6−7.3−7.5−4.9−3.7−4.0−3.3−2.6−2.8−2.9−2.9−2.6−2.4−2.2
Qatar10.610.015.06.77.311.022.215.05.4−7.6−10.1−6.1−4.3−3.7−2.8
Romania−3.1−4.7−7.1−6.3−4.2−2.5−2.5−1.9−1.5−2.8−2.8−2.8−2.8−2.8−2.8
Russia5.64.5−5.9−3.21.40.4−1.2−1.1−3.5−3.9−1.5−0.80.00.30.4
Saudi Arabia11.829.8−5.43.611.212.05.8−3.4−15.9−13.0−9.5−8.4−6.8−6.1−7.6
South Africa1.4−0.4−4.8−4.6−3.8−4.0−3.9−3.7−3.9−3.9−3.9−3.7−3.5−3.4−3.2
Sri Lanka−6.9−7.0−9.9−8.0−6.9−6.5−5.9−6.7−6.9−5.4−4.7−4.0−3.7−3.5−3.5
Thailand0.20.8−2.2−1.30.0−0.90.4−0.80.3−0.4−0.4−0.5−0.5−0.5−0.5
Turkey−2.0−2.7−6.0−3.4−0.6−1.7−1.3−0.9−1.0−1.9−1.6−1.5−1.5−1.6−1.9
Ukraine−1.9−3.0−6.0−5.8−2.8−4.3−4.8−4.5−1.2−3.7−4.4−3.7−3.1−2.6−2.1
United Arab Emirates21.820.1−4.32.06.310.910.45.0−2.1−3.9−1.9−0.30.81.62.1
Uruguay0.0−1.6−1.6−1.4−0.9−2.7−2.3−3.5−3.6−4.3−3.7−3.2−2.5−2.5−2.6
Venezuela−2.8−3.5−8.7−10.4−11.6−15.6−14.3−16.8−23.1−25.7−26.1−23.8−22.9−22.5−22.4
Average1.00.8−3.7−1.9−0.9−1.1−1.5−2.4−4.4−4.7−4.4−3.8−3.4−3.1−3.0
Asia−1.1−1.8−3.4−1.5−1.6−1.9−1.9−1.9−3.2−3.4−3.7−3.4−3.2−3.1−3.0
Europe1.40.6−5.8−3.7−0.1−0.7−1.5−1.4−2.8−3.3−2.2−1.7−1.3−1.1−1.0
Latin America−1.1−0.9−3.8−3.1−2.8−3.1−3.2−5.1−7.5−8.0−7.2−5.9−5.3−4.8−4.6
MENAP10.712.8−1.12.34.36.04.2−0.8−8.3−8.4−6.3−5.0−4.0−3.2−3.3
G20 Emerging0.10.5−3.9−1.9−1.1−1.3−1.9−2.6−4.4−4.4−4.3−3.8−3.5−3.3−3.2
Source: IMF staff estimates and projections. Projections are based on staff assessment of current policies (see Fiscal Policy Assumptions in text).Note: For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table C. MENAP = Middle East, North Africa, and Pakistan.

Based on nominal GDP series prior to the recent revision; therefore, the numbers in the tables are not comparable to the authorities’ numbers because of a difference in the denominators.

Source: IMF staff estimates and projections. Projections are based on staff assessment of current policies (see Fiscal Policy Assumptions in text).Note: For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table C. MENAP = Middle East, North Africa, and Pakistan.

Based on nominal GDP series prior to the recent revision; therefore, the numbers in the tables are not comparable to the authorities’ numbers because of a difference in the denominators.

Table A10.Emerging Market and Middle-Income Economies: General Government Primary Balance, 2007–21(Percent of GDP)
200720082009201020112012201320142015201620172018201920202021
Algeria6.08.8−6.0−0.8−1.7−5.3−0.5−7.4−16.7−13.3−9.3−7.6−6.2−4.7−3.1
Angola5.8−2.5−5.64.69.65.50.5−5.4−2.9−3.1−2.5−1.0−0.20.40.8
Argentina1.71.8−1.1−0.4−1.4−1.5−2.4−3.2−5.4−5.6−5.1−4.1−3.0−2.0−1.8
Azerbaijan0.921.78.514.412.04.51.23.3−6.5−9.2−3.20.26.98.58.0
Belarus−0.3−9.2−8.5−1.73.71.3−1.8−0.7−1.8−3.0−5.6−5.2−4.5−4.1−2.8
Brazil3.23.81.92.32.91.91.7−0.6−1.9−2.8−2.2−1.2−0.50.30.7
Chile7.73.6−4.5−0.31.50.8−0.4−1.4−1.9−3.0−2.5−1.7−1.2−1.0−0.8
China0.40.4−1.31.10.4−0.2−0.3−0.4−2.1−2.2−2.3−1.7−1.3−1.3−1.2
Colombia1.81.9−1.1−1.6−0.11.61.20.3−0.30.20.81.31.82.32.2
Croatia−1.0−1.1−4.1−4.1−5.1−2.3−2.2−2.4−0.10.30.50.60.50.50.5
Dominican Republic1.6−1.7−1.2−0.9−1.0−4.2−1.2−0.52.2−0.8−0.9−0.3−0.5−0.6−0.7
Ecuador4.31.7−3.0−0.80.5−0.2−3.6−4.3−3.8−3.62.42.63.44.32.8
Egypt1−2.9−3.7−3.6−3.6−4.5−4.9−6.3−5.8−4.8−4.4−1.80.11.21.11.3
Hungary−1.30.0−0.6−0.7−1.71.91.81.51.51.20.20.10.30.60.9
India0.4−5.3−5.2−4.2−3.9−3.1−3.1−2.8−2.3−2.1−2.1−1.8−1.6−1.5−1.3
Indonesia0.91.7−0.10.00.5−0.4−1.0−0.9−1.2−1.0−1.0−1.2−1.1−1.1−1.1
Iran6.80.70.82.70.7−0.2−0.9−1.1−1.6−0.6−0.40.00.10.20.1
Kazakhstan4.21.5−1.41.85.53.64.31.3−6.5−5.5−4.3−3.5−3.4−2.5−1.6
Kuwait25.611.118.116.926.526.626.018.5−11.7−17.6−9.6−8.4−8.3−7.9−8.0
Libya28.627.5−5.311.6−15.927.8−4.0−40.3−52.5−56.6−43.8−38.0−31.1−22.2−19.8
Malaysia−1.9−2.1−5.0−2.9−2.0−2.0−2.2−0.8−1.4−1.5−0.7−0.4−0.2−0.2−0.4
Mexico1.51.7−2.3−1.4−1.0−1.2−1.2−1.9−1.20.10.21.01.11.11.1
Morocco2.83.20.6−2.0−4.4−4.8−2.6−2.2−1.6−0.8−0.4−0.3−0.10.30.3
Oman10.816.0−1.44.89.03.42.6−2.1−16.8−14.4−11.0−8.1−6.5−5.0−4.3
Pakistan−1.1−2.9−0.2−1.7−2.9−4.2−3.9−0.3−0.5−0.10.51.51.71.61.5
Peru5.24.1−0.31.23.03.01.70.7−1.3−1.3−0.6−0.10.20.50.7
Philippines3.43.40.60.72.22.32.73.12.31.60.30.1−0.2−0.4−0.7
Poland0.3−1.5−4.8−5.0−2.3−1.0−1.5−1.4−0.8−1.1−1.2−1.2−0.9−0.7−0.5
Qatar11.210.416.07.98.712.423.316.26.9−6.0−8.2−3.8−1.7−0.90.1
Romania−2.5−4.1−6.1−5.0−2.8−0.7−0.8−0.4−0.2−1.4−1.3−1.2−1.3−1.4−1.4
Russia5.64.7−6.2−3.11.70.7−0.8−0.7−3.2−3.4−0.80.10.91.21.2
Saudi Arabia11.529.2−5.24.011.311.95.4−4.0−17.9−15.5−10.2−8.9−7.1−6.1−7.3
South Africa3.92.1−2.5−2.1−1.1−1.3−0.9−0.6−0.6−0.4−0.20.10.30.60.9
Sri Lanka−1.8−2.2−3.4−1.7−1.4−1.1−0.8−2.2−2.2−0.80.00.70.81.00.8
Thailand1.11.6−1.5−0.70.8−0.11.1−0.10.80.20.20.20.20.20.2
Turkey2.91.7−1.40.32.11.11.41.41.20.30.70.70.70.80.8
Ukraine−1.4−2.5−4.9−4.1−0.8−2.4−2.3−1.23.00.90.00.71.01.31.8
United Arab Emirates21.820.1−4.12.36.511.210.85.2−1.8−3.6−1.60.01.12.02.4
Uruguay3.61.41.11.51.9−0.20.4−0.60.0−0.9−0.20.40.70.80.8
Venezuela−1.2−2.0−7.2−8.6−9.4−12.4−10.9−13.0−21.0−24.8−25.9−23.6−22.8−22.5−22.4
Average2.82.5−2.0−0.10.80.50.1−0.8−2.7−2.9−2.4−1.7−1.2−1.0−0.9
Asia0.5−0.5−2.0−0.2−0.3−0.6−0.7−0.7−1.9−2.0−2.0−1.6−1.3−1.2−1.1
Europe2.92.1−4.3−2.21.10.6−0.2−0.2−1.5−1.9−0.7−0.30.20.50.6
Latin America2.52.4−0.60.10.6−0.1−0.2−1.6−3.1−3.8−3.2−1.7−1.0−0.5−0.2
MENAP10.712.8−0.72.94.86.54.9−0.2−7.8−7.9−5.5−4.0−2.9−2.2−2.1
G20 Emerging2.32.4−2.00.00.80.3−0.3−0.9−2.5−2.5−2.2−1.6−1.2−1.0−0.9
Source: IMF staff estimates and projections. Projections are based on staff assessment of current policies (see Fiscal Policy Assumptions in text).Note: Primary balance is defined as the overall balance excluding net interest payments. For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table C. MENAP = Middle East, North Africa, and Pakistan.

Based on nominal GDP series prior to the recent revision; therefore, the numbers in the tables are not comparable to the authorities’ numbers because of a difference in the denominators.

Source: IMF staff estimates and projections. Projections are based on staff assessment of current policies (see Fiscal Policy Assumptions in text).Note: Primary balance is defined as the overall balance excluding net interest payments. For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table C. MENAP = Middle East, North Africa, and Pakistan.

Based on nominal GDP series prior to the recent revision; therefore, the numbers in the tables are not comparable to the authorities’ numbers because of a difference in the denominators.

Table A11.Emerging Market and Middle-Income Economies: General Government Cyclically Adjusted Balance, 2007–21(Percent of potential GDP)
200720082009201020112012201320142015201620172018201920202021
Algeria
Angola
Argentina−1.3−0.8−0.4−1.3−3.6−2.9−3.6−3.5−7.1−6.2−6.5−5.5−4.3−3.1−3.0
Azerbaijan
Belarus
Brazil−3.1−2.4−2.8−3.7−3.7−3.5−4.1−7.3−10.0−8.9−7.8−7.3−7.2−6.9−6.4
Chile10.5−1.5−4.3−2.5−1.1−0.1−1.0−1.5−2.0−2.5−1.8−0.9−0.4−0.3−0.2
China−0.1−0.3−1.80.6−0.1−0.5−0.5−0.5−2.4−2.9−3.2−3.0−2.8−2.7−2.7
Colombia−1.6−0.6−2.3−2.7−2.10.1−1.1−2.1−3.7−2.8−1.9−1.3−0.8−0.3−0.1
Croatia−4.3−4.6−5.5−5.3−7.0−4.0−3.8−4.0−2.3−2.2−2.2−2.2−2.2−2.3−2.3
Dominican Republic−0.1−3.9−2.4−3.2−2.6−6.4−2.7−2.70.0−2.8−3.2−3.0−3.3−3.3−3.5
Ecuador4.8−4.0−3.3−2.4−2.5−3.7−8.8−9.6−4.5−3.22.92.42.94.42.3
Egypt2−7.2−7.9−7.1−8.6−9.6−10.1−13.2−12.5−11.3−11.2−5.6−2.90.92.01.8
Hungary−7.8−6.1−3.4−3.1−4.30.2−0.3−1.1−1.4−1.6−2.5−2.5−2.2−2.1−1.9
India−4.9−9.6−9.5−8.8−8.5−7.4−7.5−7.2−6.9−6.7−6.6−6.2−6.0−5.7−5.3
Indonesia−0.9−0.1−1.6−1.2−0.7−1.6−2.3−2.1−2.5−2.5−2.6−2.8−2.8−2.8−2.8
Iran
Kazakhstan
Kuwait
Libya
Malaysia−2.9−3.3−5.4−4.2−2.9−3.7−3.5−2.4−3.4−3.5−2.9−2.6−2.5−2.3−2.3
Mexico−1.6−1.2−4.0−3.6−3.3−3.9−3.7−4.5−4.2−4.1−2.9−2.4−2.4−2.5−2.5
Morocco−1.2−0.4−1.9−4.3−6.8−7.4−5.2−6.2−4.5−4.5−3.8−3.3−2.6−2.20.0
Oman
Pakistan
Peru11.61.0−0.2−0.41.21.40.1−0.2−1.7−2.0−1.7−1.2−0.9−0.8−0.6
Philippines−0.7−0.5−1.8−2.50.0−0.30.10.60.2−0.4−1.6−1.7−1.9−2.0−2.1
Poland−2.6−4.1−7.2−7.4−5.6−3.8−3.2−3.0−2.7−2.8−2.9−3.0−2.6−2.4−2.2
Qatar
Romania−5.8−9.4−8.0−6.1−3.8−1.6−2.0−1.4−1.2−3.1−3.1−3.1−3.0−2.9−2.8
Russia5.04.3−5.0−2.81.50.2−1.40.1−2.4−3.3−1.9−0.80.00.30.4
Saudi Arabia
South Africa1.2−0.6−3.1−3.4−3.4−3.8−3.8−3.4−3.2−3.0−3.0−2.9−2.9−2.9−2.8
Sri Lanka
Thailand−0.20.4−1.4−1.40.0−0.60.2−0.40.7−0.1−0.3−0.5−0.5−0.6−0.6
Turkey−3.5−3.0−3.7−2.9−1.5−1.9−1.2−1.2−1.1−2.0−1.6−1.4−1.4−1.6−1.9
Ukraine−3.6−3.5−2.1−2.7−3.1−4.5−4.6−3.21.8−2.1−2.3−2.2−2.1−2.2−2.1
United Arab Emirates
Uruguay0.3−1.8−1.9−2.5−2.1−3.6−3.3−4.4−3.8−3.9−2.8−2.5−2.2−2.4−2.6
Venezuela
Average−1.1−1.5−3.5−2.5−2.0−2.0−2.2−2.4−3.6−3.9−3.7−3.3−3.1−2.9−2.8
Asia−1.3−2.0−3.3−1.5−1.6−1.7−1.6−1.5−2.9−3.3−3.6−3.4−3.2−3.1−3.0
Europe0.3−0.1−5.0−3.7−0.8−1.1−1.7−0.9−1.9−2.8−2.1−1.5−1.1−1.0−1.0
Latin America−1.9−1.7−2.8−3.1−3.2−2.9−3.5−5.2−6.6−6.1−5.2−4.6−4.3−3.9−3.7
MENAP
G20 Emerging−0.8−1.1−3.4−2.2−1.8−1.9−2.1−2.3−3.7−4.0−3.9−3.6−3.3−3.2−3.1
Source: IMF staff estimates and projections. Projections are based on staff assessment of current policies (see Fiscal Policy Assumptions in text).Note: For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table C. MENAP = Middle East, North Africa, and Pakistan.

The data for these countries include adjustments beyond the output cycle.

Based on nominal GDP series prior to the recent revision; therefore, the numbers in the tables are not comparable to the authorities’ numbers because of a difference in the denominators.

Source: IMF staff estimates and projections. Projections are based on staff assessment of current policies (see Fiscal Policy Assumptions in text).Note: For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table C. MENAP = Middle East, North Africa, and Pakistan.

The data for these countries include adjustments beyond the output cycle.

Based on nominal GDP series prior to the recent revision; therefore, the numbers in the tables are not comparable to the authorities’ numbers because of a difference in the denominators.

Table A12.Emerging Market and Middle-Income Economies: General Government Cyclically Adjusted Primary Balance, 2007–21(Percent of potential GDP)
200720082009201020112012201320142015201620172018201920202021
Algeria
Angola
Argentina0.60.80.8−0.4−2.4−1.6−3.0−2.7−5.8−4.7−4.2−3.1−2.0−0.9−0.7
Azerbaijan
Belarus
Brazil2.93.12.31.51.91.10.8−1.6−1.7−1.5−1.2−0.6−0.30.30.7
Chile10.3−1.9−4.5−2.4−1.00.0−0.9−1.3−1.8−2.3−1.5−0.60.00.10.2
China0.30.1−1.41.00.40.00.00.1−1.8−2.1−2.2−1.7−1.3−1.2−1.2
Colombia1.11.6−0.7−1.1−0.21.61.00.0−0.50.41.01.51.92.32.1
Croatia−2.7−2.9−3.6−3.3−4.4−1.1−0.8−1.10.80.80.80.80.60.50.5
Dominican Republic1.4−2.3−0.6−1.3−0.5−4.0−0.4−0.22.70.2−0.10.10.00.10.0
Ecuador6.5−2.8−2.7−1.8−1.8−2.9−7.8−8.5−3.1−1.75.04.55.16.64.4
Egypt2−2.9−4.1−4.0−4.1−4.7−4.9−6.1−5.5−4.6−3.62.15.27.97.57.1
Hungary−3.8−2.30.50.5−0.74.23.82.72.01.60.30.10.30.60.9
India0.0−5.0−5.0−4.5−4.1−3.1−3.0−2.7−2.2−2.1−2.1−1.9−1.7−1.6−1.3
Indonesia0.91.50.00.10.5−0.4−1.1−0.9−1.2−0.9−1.0−1.2−1.1−1.1−1.1
Iran
Kazakhstan
Kuwait
Libya
Malaysia−2.2−1.9−4.0−2.6−1.3−2.0−1.7−0.5−1.7−1.7−0.6−0.3−0.2−0.2−0.4
Mexico1.11.4−1.5−1.1−0.9−1.4−1.2−1.8−1.3−1.10.31.11.11.11.2
Morocco1.82.20.4−2.1−4.6−4.9−2.7−3.5−1.8−1.8−1.3−0.8−0.20.23.3
Oman
Pakistan
Peru13.42.40.90.62.22.31.10.7−0.8−0.8−0.40.00.30.50.7
Philippines3.13.01.50.62.52.32.62.82.21.60.30.1−0.2−0.4−0.7
Poland−0.4−2.0−4.7−5.0−3.0−1.1−0.7−1.1−0.9−1.0−1.2−1.3−0.9−0.7−0.5
Qatar
Romania−5.2−8.7−7.0−4.9−2.30.1−0.30.10.0−1.7−1.7−1.5−1.5−1.5−1.4
Russia5.04.5−5.3−2.71.80.5−1.00.5−2.1−2.8−1.20.10.91.21.2
Saudi Arabia
South Africa3.71.9−0.8−0.8−0.8−1.0−0.8−0.30.10.50.60.80.91.01.2
Sri Lanka
Thailand0.71.3−0.7−0.80.90.21.00.31.30.50.30.20.10.20.2
Turkey1.51.40.60.81.30.91.41.11.10.20.70.70.80.80.8
Ukraine−3.1−3.0−1.1−1.1−1.2−2.6−2.20.05.82.42.12.21.91.81.8
United Arab Emirates
Uruguay3.91.10.90.60.8−1.0−0.5−1.4−0.2−0.50.60.91.00.80.8
Venezuela
Average1.20.5−1.6−0.60.0−0.3−0.5−0.6−1.6−1.8−1.5−1.0−0.7−0.6−0.5
Asia0.3−0.6−1.9−0.2−0.3−0.5−0.4−0.3−1.7−1.9−2.0−1.6−1.3−1.2−1.1
Europe2.01.5−3.5−2.20.50.3−0.30.4−0.6−1.3−0.60.00.40.60.7
Latin America2.01.80.50.20.50.1−0.4−1.7−2.0−1.7−0.9−0.30.10.60.7
MENAP
G20 Emerging1.50.9−1.5−0.20.2−0.2−0.5−0.6−1.8−1.9−1.8−1.3−0.9−0.8−0.7
Source: IMF staff estimates and projections. Projections are based on staff assessment of current policies (see Fiscal Policy Assumptions in text).Note: Cyclically adjusted primary balance is defined as the cyclically adjusted balance excluding net interest payments. For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table C. MENAP = Middle East, North Africa, and Pakistan.

The data for these countries include adjustments beyond the output cycle. For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table C.

Based on nominal GDP series prior to the recent revision; therefore, the numbers in the tables are not comparable to the authorities’ numbers because of a difference in the denominators.

Source: IMF staff estimates and projections. Projections are based on staff assessment of current policies (see Fiscal Policy Assumptions in text).Note: Cyclically adjusted primary balance is defined as the cyclically adjusted balance excluding net interest payments. For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table C. MENAP = Middle East, North Africa, and Pakistan.

The data for these countries include adjustments beyond the output cycle. For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table C.

Based on nominal GDP series prior to the recent revision; therefore, the numbers in the tables are not comparable to the authorities’ numbers because of a difference in the denominators.

Table A13.Emerging Market and Middle-Income Economies: General Government Revenue, 2007–21(Percent of GDP)
200720082009201020112012201320142015201620172018201920202021
Algeria39.447.036.936.639.939.135.833.430.027.929.630.130.430.831.2
Angola45.850.934.643.548.845.940.235.324.821.022.522.922.922.922.7
Argentina28.029.330.230.430.632.132.632.434.032.532.332.232.031.831.7
Azerbaijan28.551.742.046.045.541.539.538.933.835.037.640.344.445.344.8
Belarus47.348.944.239.737.138.739.338.540.737.537.737.838.038.138.3
Brazil34.935.933.936.135.134.834.633.131.732.633.934.134.434.234.2
Chile27.225.820.723.124.424.022.722.524.123.324.925.826.626.827.0
China18.122.423.824.626.927.827.728.028.627.728.128.027.827.627.5
Colombia27.226.426.726.126.728.328.127.726.425.826.626.626.326.426.5
Croatia42.542.041.641.341.041.742.542.643.744.243.843.743.343.343.3
Dominican Republic16.415.113.313.112.813.614.615.117.814.614.514.414.314.314.2
Ecuador26.735.829.433.339.339.339.338.733.331.733.132.933.233.734.1
Egypt126.426.626.323.920.921.121.923.721.920.323.221.521.721.321.4
Hungary45.045.146.145.044.346.347.047.548.745.645.845.645.645.745.4
India22.019.718.518.819.319.819.519.621.121.421.321.421.621.821.9
Indonesia17.819.415.415.617.017.216.916.514.914.113.813.914.014.114.1
Iran26.522.721.421.919.214.214.114.615.516.016.016.316.316.216.1
Kazakhstan28.828.322.123.926.025.424.023.116.616.017.017.217.718.719.8
Kuwait67.560.669.470.772.172.172.572.458.052.855.054.453.352.350.9
Libya62.368.452.964.939.172.365.237.921.518.024.024.825.728.028.1
Malaysia23.623.824.822.523.925.024.123.822.220.821.521.922.222.021.5
Mexico22.225.023.322.823.723.924.323.423.222.621.421.521.721.621.5
Morocco28.531.328.726.827.228.027.828.126.526.927.527.627.828.028.2
Oman48.847.439.340.648.949.549.945.938.638.038.839.740.439.538.6
Pakistan14.414.414.214.312.613.013.515.214.515.316.016.717.017.317.5
Peru21.922.220.121.121.822.422.322.320.119.620.220.620.620.720.9
Philippines18.718.717.416.817.618.618.918.919.319.319.419.419.419.519.4
Poland41.340.938.038.138.838.938.438.938.939.339.739.739.839.839.8
Qatar38.733.047.837.335.441.450.047.746.435.130.331.331.230.630.0
Romania32.131.630.631.632.132.431.432.032.831.230.430.029.729.529.4
Russia37.436.532.632.234.935.034.434.332.831.032.531.931.731.731.5
Saudi Arabia41.256.531.737.544.545.341.436.925.423.223.626.126.627.327.0
South Africa28.628.326.926.927.127.327.628.229.629.930.030.330.430.430.5
Sri Lanka16.615.615.014.915.014.113.312.313.113.014.015.315.515.815.8
Thailand20.220.019.520.721.121.322.321.422.622.322.222.222.322.322.4
Turkey31.631.832.633.334.635.037.236.437.036.637.237.337.337.437.5
Ukraine40.242.440.843.442.944.743.340.342.138.138.038.238.338.138.3
United Arab Emirates39.542.030.734.637.740.140.837.328.526.226.427.027.227.126.9
Uruguay28.927.128.129.028.327.829.528.828.728.429.129.429.529.629.6
Venezuela33.131.424.621.227.925.126.130.325.315.814.115.616.516.816.9
Average27.729.626.927.628.929.529.328.727.726.727.127.227.127.126.9
Asia19.221.521.922.424.425.325.325.626.325.425.725.725.625.625.4
Europe36.836.734.334.235.735.835.735.534.934.134.734.534.434.434.4
Latin America28.930.428.629.830.230.030.129.228.227.327.828.328.628.528.5
MENAP36.740.631.433.033.936.735.933.126.123.924.625.425.525.625.4
G20 Emerging25.928.226.026.928.629.028.828.427.927.127.527.527.427.327.1
Source: IMF staff estimates and projections. Projections are based on staff assessment of current policies (see Fiscal Policy Assumptions in text).Note: For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table C. MENAP = Middle East, North Africa, and Pakistan.

Based on nominal GDP series prior to the recent revision; therefore, the numbers in the tables are not comparable to the authorities’ numbers because of a difference in the denominators.

Source: IMF staff estimates and projections. Projections are based on staff assessment of current policies (see Fiscal Policy Assumptions in text).Note: For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table C. MENAP = Middle East, North Africa, and Pakistan.

Based on nominal GDP series prior to the recent revision; therefore, the numbers in the tables are not comparable to the authorities’ numbers because of a difference in the denominators.

Table A14.Emerging Market and Middle-Income Economies: General Government Expenditure, 2007–21(Percent of GDP)
200720082009201020112012201320142015201620172018201920202021
Algeria33.337.942.337.040.343.536.240.746.140.838.937.837.036.035.1
Angola41.255.441.940.040.241.340.541.929.726.327.927.026.425.825.3
Argentina28.129.032.631.733.134.935.636.440.639.639.738.837.436.135.8
Azerbaijan27.830.133.731.833.837.238.535.740.544.941.540.738.137.337.2
Belarus47.958.753.542.134.538.942.240.244.242.846.045.945.945.944.8
Brazil37.637.437.138.837.637.337.539.142.043.043.042.141.841.140.7
Chile19.321.825.023.523.023.323.224.026.226.527.727.828.228.228.2
China18.122.425.524.027.028.428.528.931.330.731.431.030.630.430.2
Colombia28.026.629.529.428.728.329.029.429.928.728.728.227.226.626.5
Croatia45.044.747.647.548.847.047.848.146.947.046.446.145.645.645.6
Dominican Republic16.318.316.315.815.920.218.118.118.218.318.417.818.118.318.4
Ecuador24.135.233.034.739.540.343.943.938.536.932.832.532.031.633.5
Egypt133.534.032.931.830.331.135.336.733.532.432.929.627.625.825.3
Hungary50.148.750.649.649.748.649.549.850.747.648.548.147.847.747.3
India26.429.728.327.227.527.327.226.928.028.127.927.627.427.327.1
Indonesia18.719.417.016.917.718.819.118.617.416.616.416.816.816.816.9
Iran19.722.120.619.118.514.515.015.717.217.117.017.017.016.916.9
Kazakhstan23.727.123.522.520.421.119.221.423.521.621.120.621.021.321.5
Kuwait30.140.442.244.739.138.838.144.356.356.451.750.650.049.148.5
Libya33.740.858.253.455.044.569.278.274.074.767.962.856.950.247.9
Malaysia26.327.331.327.027.528.828.226.525.224.224.524.624.724.323.8
Mexico23.425.828.226.727.127.728.027.927.325.624.424.024.224.124.0
Morocco28.630.630.431.133.835.333.033.030.930.430.530.430.330.130.2
Oman36.430.139.635.039.544.845.246.955.051.549.147.246.344.242.9
Pakistan19.521.819.320.319.321.721.820.119.719.619.619.619.619.820.0
Peru18.619.621.421.019.820.421.622.622.322.122.121.921.621.521.4
Philippines19.018.620.119.218.018.918.718.119.119.720.921.121.321.421.5
Poland43.144.545.345.643.642.642.442.241.542.142.542.642.442.242.0
Qatar28.123.032.930.628.230.427.932.841.042.740.537.435.534.332.9
Romania35.236.337.837.936.334.933.933.934.234.033.232.832.532.432.2
Russia31.931.938.535.433.534.635.635.436.335.034.032.631.731.431.2
Saudi Arabia29.526.737.134.033.433.335.640.341.336.233.134.533.433.434.6
South Africa27.228.731.731.530.931.431.531.933.533.733.834.033.933.833.7
Sri Lanka23.522.624.922.821.920.519.219.019.918.418.819.319.219.319.3
Thailand20.019.221.722.021.122.322.022.222.322.722.622.722.822.822.9
Turkey33.634.538.636.735.236.638.437.338.038.538.838.838.739.039.4
Ukraine42.145.446.849.245.749.048.144.843.241.842.441.941.440.840.4
United Arab Emirates17.721.935.032.631.429.230.432.330.630.028.327.326.425.524.8
Uruguay28.928.729.730.529.230.531.832.332.232.832.832.532.132.132.2
Venezuela35.934.933.331.639.540.740.447.248.441.540.139.439.439.339.3
Average26.828.830.629.429.930.630.831.132.231.431.531.030.530.230.0
Asia20.323.425.323.926.027.127.227.529.428.829.429.128.828.628.4
Europe35.436.140.137.935.836.537.236.837.737.436.936.235.735.535.4
Latin America30.031.332.532.933.133.233.334.335.835.335.134.333.933.333.1
MENAP26.027.832.430.729.630.731.633.934.532.331.030.429.528.828.7
G20 Emerging25.827.729.928.829.730.430.730.932.331.531.731.330.930.630.4
Source: IMF staff estimates and projections. Projections are based on staff assessment of current policies (see Fiscal Policy Assumptions in text).Note: For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table C. MENAP = Middle East, North Africa, and Pakistan.

Based on nominal GDP series prior to the recent revision; therefore, the numbers in the tables are not comparable to the authorities’ numbers because of a difference in the denominators.

Source: IMF staff estimates and projections. Projections are based on staff assessment of current policies (see Fiscal Policy Assumptions in text).Note: For country-specific details, see Data and Conventions in text, and Table C. MENAP = Middle East, North Africa, and Pakistan.

Based on nominal GDP series prior to the recent revision; therefore, the numbers in the tables are not comparable to the authorities’ numbers because of a difference in the denominators.

Table A15.Emerging Market and Middle-Income Economies: General Government Gross Debt, 2007–21(Percent of GDP)
200720082009201020112012201320142015201620172018201920202021
Algeria13.68.410.210.99.59.57.78.09.113.017.123.929.132.734.5
Angola16.116.622.744.333.829.532.940.764.277.773.671.269.667.665.5
Argentina50.843.953.842.638.139.442.243.652.151.850.751.250.549.348.9
Azerbaijan8.37.312.412.511.413.912.711.228.339.636.137.335.033.032.0
Belarus18.320.826.030.634.932.034.537.353.754.959.262.865.768.269.2
Brazil163.761.964.963.061.262.360.463.373.778.382.485.287.990.893.6
Chile3.94.95.88.611.212.012.815.117.520.423.325.026.026.526.6
China29.027.032.633.133.134.036.939.842.946.349.952.654.656.157.2
Colombia32.532.135.236.435.734.137.844.250.647.547.045.743.941.639.6
Croatia37.138.948.057.063.770.782.286.586.786.886.385.383.982.881.9
Dominican Republic17.519.622.723.825.730.534.634.434.935.836.737.137.838.840.1
Ecuador27.222.217.719.719.421.625.931.233.839.639.739.738.436.535.2
Egypt276.366.869.569.672.874.684.886.389.094.693.488.685.281.977.5
Hungary65.671.678.080.680.878.376.876.275.375.375.174.173.072.271.3
India74.074.572.567.569.669.168.068.369.168.567.265.663.561.459.2
Indonesia32.330.326.524.523.123.024.824.727.327.528.229.229.930.430.9
Iran12.09.310.412.28.917.415.415.615.914.915.015.014.614.412.5
Kazakhstan5.96.810.210.79.811.712.214.121.921.421.322.323.724.325.2
Kuwait11.89.611.011.38.56.86.57.511.218.322.426.630.233.436.3
Libya
Malaysia39.939.951.151.952.654.655.955.657.456.655.754.352.550.548.4
Mexico37.542.843.942.243.243.246.449.554.056.056.155.855.154.353.5
Morocco52.045.446.149.052.558.361.763.564.164.463.863.361.960.058.7
Oman7.14.86.95.95.24.95.14.914.921.824.527.029.831.532.1
Pakistan52.057.358.660.758.963.364.263.763.666.164.261.759.356.453.8
Peru31.928.028.425.423.021.220.320.724.026.326.526.225.825.825.5
Philippines44.644.244.343.541.440.639.336.434.833.432.431.430.629.829.1
Poland44.246.649.853.354.454.056.050.551.352.453.253.553.152.752.1
Qatar8.911.136.041.835.636.632.631.739.854.966.271.275.379.782.1
Romania12.713.423.330.533.937.638.840.539.339.740.340.841.341.942.4
Russia8.07.49.910.610.911.813.115.916.417.117.918.619.118.918.5
Saudi Arabia17.112.114.08.45.43.62.21.65.014.119.924.628.331.335.4
South Africa27.126.530.134.738.241.044.046.949.851.753.354.655.455.956.2
Sri Lanka85.081.486.181.978.579.278.375.576.077.275.573.170.768.265.8
Thailand36.034.942.439.939.141.942.243.643.143.644.345.145.745.745.4
Turkey39.940.046.142.339.136.236.133.532.931.730.830.128.928.127.5
Ukraine11.819.734.140.636.937.540.770.380.192.792.185.779.372.766.6
United Arab Emirates7.912.524.122.217.617.015.815.618.119.018.818.618.217.516.8
Uruguay68.067.863.159.458.158.060.261.464.363.765.265.465.165.064.7
Venezuela26.420.327.6