Governments in advanced economies almost never repay the debt they have issued: they roll it over and usually increase it, or else they default on it or inflate it away. It tends to go up over time, in real terms, and to cycle around 100% of GDP, though in some countries at some times it has far exceeded that ratio… [Please click below to read the full note.]
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