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Scottish independence: projected public sector net borrowing 2012/13-2062/63

Projected public sector net borrowing of an independent Scotland and UK from 2012/13 to 2062/63 (as a share of national income)

by Statista Research Department, last edited Nov 18, 2013
Scottish independence: projected public sector net borrowing 2012/13-2062/63 This statistic shows the projected public sector net borrowing (PSNB) of Scotland and the United Kingdom, in the scenario that Scotland were independent from the UK, from fiscal year 2012/13 to 2062/63, as a percentage of national income.
The model used is that of the Institute for Fiscal Studies from their study entitled ' Fiscal Sustainability of an Independent Scotland '. After starting at a similar level, Scottish PSNB as a percentage of national income is predicted to remain above that of the UK and experience an increase of 12 percent during the period in consideration.
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Projected public sector net borrowing of an independent Scotland and UK from 2012/13 to 2062/63 (as a share of national income)

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by Statista Research Department, last edited Nov 18, 2013
This statistic shows the projected public sector net borrowing (PSNB) of Scotland and the United Kingdom, in the scenario that Scotland were independent from the UK, from fiscal year 2012/13 to 2062/63, as a percentage of national income.
The model used is that of the Institute for Fiscal Studies from their study entitled ' Fiscal Sustainability of an Independent Scotland '. After starting at a similar level, Scottish PSNB as a percentage of national income is predicted to remain above that of the UK and experience an increase of 12 percent during the period in consideration.
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