Household debt grows Italian

The total debt of Italian households grew in 2009, exceeding the 524 billion euros, reveals a study by the CGIA Mestre. The average debt per household was 21,270 euros. In the rest of Europe, however, the situation is worse than the Italian.
In Spain, the household debt has reached to 896.7 billion euros in France have been reached 942.4 billion euros, 1,515.2 billion euros in Germany and the United Kingdom 1605.3 billion.
The average household debt in France was 36,150, 37,785 euros in Germany, in Spain of 55,886 euros and 63,477 euros in Britain.
Household debt accounts for 34.2% of GDP in Italy to 49.1% in France to 63.5% in Germany, for 83, 6% in Spain and more than 100% in Great Britain.


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Saturday, February 6, 2010 - 20:03

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