Three Steps to Avert a Debt Crisis – IMF Blog

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By Martin Mühleisen and Mark Flanagan
There has been much public discussion of the debt sustainability of a handful of high-risk countries. However, the burden of public debt is a growing problem across the globe.
In advanced countries, public debt is at levels not seen since the Second World War, despite some declines recently.

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@Race2Diversity: Public debt in many emerging markets and in developing countries is very high – eating up revenue that could be used for health and education. Three steps to help avert a debt crisis ow.ly/MOW430nmCZK #IMFBlog pic.twitter.com/jb5INR3uNt

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@fleejack: Public debt in many emerging markets and in developing countries is very high – eating up revenue that could be used for health and education. Three steps to help avert a debt crisis ow.ly/MOW430nmCZK #IMFBlog pic.twitter.com/jb5INR3uNt

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@IMFNews: Why should governments be more transparent about their debt? This helps ensure that citizens, policymakers and lenders have a better understanding of vulnerabilities, leading to improved policies. Read more in #IMFBlog ow.ly/MOW430nmCZK pic.twitter.com/wT6NInytvQ

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