A look at debt levels across the eurozone

A guide to government budget debt levels across the 17 EU countries that use the euro

Associated Press

Official figures showed Monday that the debt burden of the 17 European Union countries that use the euro hit an all-time high at the end of the first quarter even after austerity measures were introduced to rebalance the governments' books.

Here's a look at public debt levels in the currency bloc:

Country Q4 2012 Debt-to-GDP ( Q1 2013Debt-to-GDP(%) Total Debt, Q1 2013(euros, billions)
Austria 73.2 74.2 231.6
Belgium 99.8 104.5 394.2
Cyprus 85.8 86.9 15.3
Estonia 10.1 10.0 1.7
Finland 53.6 54.8 105.3
France 90.2 91.9 1,870.3
Germany 81.9 81.2 2,150.5
Greece 156.9 160.5 305.3
Ireland 117.4 125.1 204.1
Italy 127.0 130.0 2,034.8
Luxembourg 20.8 22.4 10.0
Malta 71.6 75.4 5.2
Netherlands 71.3 72.0 431.4
Portugal 123.8 127.2 208.3
Slovenia 54.1 54.5 19.1
Slovakia 52.1 54.9 39.4
Spain 84.2 88.2 922.8
17-country eurozone 90.6 92.2 8,750.1
27-country EU 85.2 85.9 11,112.0
Source: Eurostat

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