France government debt

France government debt: 3101.2 (0.26%)
Last Update: December 31, 2023

France government debt closed down 3101.2 as of December 31, 2023 from 3093.1 from the previous month and 2649.3 from last year.

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France government debt

2023-12-31 3101.2
2023-09-30 3093.1
2023-06-30 3051.7
2023-03-31 3012.4
2022-12-31 2949.3
2022-09-30 2958.6
2022-06-30 2918.6
2022-03-31 2910.7
2021-12-31 2821.9
2021-09-30 2834.3
2021-06-30 2761
2021-03-31 2738.3
2020-12-31 2649.3
2020-09-30 2670
2020-06-30 2638.3
2020-03-31 2438.4
2019-12-31 2380
2019-09-30 2414.7
2019-06-30 2375
2019-03-31 2358.5
2018-12-31 2314.9
2018-09-30 2320.6
2018-06-30 2300.5
2018-03-31 2286.7

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France government debt Historical Data

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What is the France government debt

France government debt refers to the amount of money that the French government owes to creditors, both domestically and internationally. This debt is accumulated through borrowing money to finance government spending, such as infrastructure projects, social programs, and public services. Like many other countries, France's government debt has increased over time due to factors such as economic downturns, increased spending, and lower tax revenues. Managing government debt is a crucial aspect of economic policy, as high levels of debt can lead to higher interest payments, reduced investor confidence, and potential financial instability. France's government debt is closely monitored and managed by the Ministry of Finance to ensure its sustainability and stability in the long term.