Government debt to GDP ratio of the Netherlands 1995-2019

In 2019, the government debt to GDP ratio of the Netherlands recorded its lowest value since 2007 and the early following economic crisis after the fall of Lehmann Brothers. This happened after the Dutch government in 2014, then made up of coalition Rutte II, which consisted ofVVD (the Liberal Party) and PvdA (Labor), started to reduce the government debt. This policy continued in the next government of Rutte II, with VVD, CDA (Christian Democrats), CU (Conservative Christians) and D66 (Moderates).

Government debt in the Netherlands as share of GDP from 1995 to 2019

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Source

Release date

June 2020

Region

Netherlands

Survey time period

1995 to 2019

Supplementary notes

The consolidated national debt excludes the accrued debt, the financial derivatives debt and debts between governments and is measured against the nominal value.

* The figure is provisional.

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