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NATIONAL PUBLIC DEBT Chad 2019

National debt fell in Chad

In 2019 Chad public debt was 4,325 million euros4,842 million dollars, has decreased 257569 million since 2018.

This amount means that the debt in 2019 reached 44.29% of Chad GDP, a 4.77 percentage point fall from 2018, when it was 49.06% of GDP.

If we check the tables we can see the evolution of Chad debt. It has risen since 2009 in global debt terms, when it was 2,108 million euros 2,940 million dollars and also in terms of GDP percentage, when it amounted to 31.53%.

According to the last data point published, Chad per capita debt in 2019 was 271 euros304 dollars per inhabitant. In 2018 it was 296 euros 350 dollars, afterwards dropping by 25 euros 46dollars, and if we again check 2009 we can see that then the debt per person was 182 euros254 dollars .

The position of Chad, as compared with the rest of the world, has improved in 2019 in terms of GDP percentage. Currently it is country number 82 in the list of debt to GDP and 14 in debt per capita, out of the 188 we publish.

In this page we show you the progression of the public debt in Chad. You can see debt in other countries in Public debt and see all the information about Chad in economy of Chad.

Chad: Evolution of debt
DateDebt (M.€.)Debt (M.$.)Debt (%GDP)Debt Per CapitaDebt Per Capita
20194,3254,84244.29%271€304$
20184,5825,41149.06%296€350$
20174,4875,06850.27%299€338$
20164,7345,24051.34%325€360$
20154,3314,80543.88%307€341$
20144,1635,53139.51%305€405$
20132,9973,98030.63%227€301$
20122,7773,56828.77%217€279$
20112,6763,72530.57%216€301$
20102,4243,21330.05%203€269$
20092,1082,94031.53%182€254$
20081,4252,09720.10%127€187$
20071,3991,91722.07%129€177$
20061,5531,94926.17%148€186$
20051,5281,90128.48%151€188$
20041,3131,63332.64%149€185$
20031,2251,38644.66%142€161$
20021,3001,22954.43%165€156$
20011,2201,09356.45%159€143$
20001,1571,06867.99%155€143$
19999451,00757.97%130€138$
Chad: Evolution of debt as a percentage of GDP

Chad: Evolution of debt in millions