China, US and Japan top borrowers as global official debt hits new record high

S&P projects a rise to US$44.3 trillion at projected market exchange rates. The United States at US$2.2 trillion and Japan at over US$1.8 trillion, will again be the most prolific borrowers this year, accounting for 60 per cent of the total, followed by …
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