Should governments in emerging economies worry about their debt? | The Economist

Should governments in emerging economies worry about their debt?

As in the rich world, interest rates are below nominal growth rates in many places

FINANCE MINISTERS of yesteryear would have been shocked by the amount of borrowing their successors must now contemplate. But they would have been just as gobsmacked by how cheap that borrowing has turned out to be. In many countries, the interest rate on government debt is expected to remain below the nominal growth rate of the economy for the foreseeable future.

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