The U.S. debt, as of the end of March, is worth $1.15 trillion, up from $1 trillion at the end the end and $1,086 billion at the start of the year.
But that’s still a pittance compared to the debt that was incurred during the Great Depression and World War II.
China and India have the largest debt loads.
And the world’s two biggest economies, Japan and Germany, are also grappling with large debts.
But for the most part, the U.K., the U, Australia, Germany and Canada have the world on the hook for the vast majority of the debt.
This is despite their economies’ strong growth.
“A lot of countries are struggling,” said Greg McBride, chief economist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
“And there are a lot of people who think that this debt crisis has ended, and it’s all gone away.”
The U., meanwhile, has the world saddled with the biggest outstanding debt.
“The U.k. has the most outstanding debt in the world, but it is also the biggest creditor to the rest of the world,” McBride said.
The U has also become a major creditor to other countries.
China has been the largest creditor, while India has become the biggest debtor.
Germany has become a key debtor for countries like Spain and France.
In some cases, Germany is even the main creditor for a country like Japan.
In Japan, the debt of the government has been growing faster than GDP for nearly three decades.
Meanwhile, the United States has been borrowing more money than ever.
In the first nine months of this year, the country held $11.3 trillion in foreign debt, up by more than $8 trillion from the same period last year.
The debt held by China is now at a record $26 trillion, according to Moody’s Analytics.
Meanwhile China has held $10.7 trillion in its foreign reserves, according, according data from the Bank for International Settlements.
This equates to more than 60 percent of the global foreign debt.
In addition, Japan’s foreign reserves have soared by nearly $1 billion in the past 12 months.
And Australia’s foreign holdings have grown by $2.6 billion, according Moody’s.
The United States and Canada, on the other hand, have held roughly $7 trillion and $6.6 trillion in debt, respectively.
Japan, meanwhile, is the world leader in the amount of debt it has held.
“Japan has the highest debt load,” McWilliam said.
“But it’s a smaller debt load than the U.”
The United Kingdom, meanwhile has the smallest debt load.
The country has held just $6 trillion, or just 0.3 percent of its total debt.
But it’s the third largest debtor in the entire world.
The rest of Europe and Japan have debt loads of about $9 trillion, the same amount as the U., according to the IMF.
Germany’s debt is $14.3 billion.
And China has $17.5 billion.