Macroeconomic indicators

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Government debt-to-GDP ratio refers to the Maastricht criteria. The government debt statistics used are those used in the context of the excessive deficit procedure. (Financial stocks at nominal value, percentage points, not seasonally or working day adjusted). The last two years presented in the graphs are based on European Commission forecasts (Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs). The reference value set by the Maastricht criteria is 60%.
Government deficit-to-GDP ratio (-) or government surplus-to-GDP ratio (+) refers to the Maastricht criteria. The government deficit statistics include settlements under swaps (non-financial flows, current prices, percentage points, not seasonally or working day adjusted). The last two years presented in the graphs are based on European Commission forecasts (Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs). The reference value for the budget deficit under the Stability and Growth Pact is 3%.
Non-financial corporations' debt-to-gross domestic product ratio. Debt includes loans taken out, debt securities issued and pension scheme liabilities (non-consolidated, market prices, percentage points, not seasonally or working day-adjusted).