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Quarterly Public Sector Debt (QPSD)

The Quarterly Public Sector Debt Statistics (QPSD) database, jointly developed by the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, brings together detailed quarterly public sector debt data of selected countries. The main purpose of the database is to facilitate timely dissemination in standard formats of public sector debt data. Explore the QPSD data through the tables below or for more data and information visit:

 

QPSD Data Tables:

 


  • The D1-D4 presentation classifies gross general and central government debt into four separate categories. This coverage of instruments according to this classification ranges from a narrow definition including only debt securities and loans (D1) to a fully comprehensive definition covering all six debt instruments (D4), as defined in the Public Sector Debt Statistics Guide for User and Compilers, and the Government Finance Statistics Manual 2014. For more information, please see: Measuring Government Debt D1-D4

    General Government:

     
    Table D1General Government D1:   Debt Securities + Loans (US$)
    Table D2General Government D2:   D1 + SDRs + currency and deposits (US$)
    Table D2AGeneral Government D2A: D1 + currency and deposits (Maastricht debt) (US$)
    Table D3General Government D3:   D2 + other accounts payable (US$)
    Table D4General Government D4:   D3 + insurance, pensions, and standardized guarantees (US$)

     

    Central Government:

      
    Table D1Central Government D1:   Debt Securities + Loans (US$)
    Table D2Central Government D2:   D1 + SDRs + currency and deposits (US$)
    Table D2ACentral Government D2A: D1 + currency and deposits (Maastricht debt) (US$)
    Table D3Central Government D3:   D2 + other accounts payable (US$)
    Table D4Central Government D4:   D3 + insurance, pensions, and standardized guarantees (US$)



  • The D1-D4 presentation classifies gross general and central government debt into four separate categories. This coverage of instruments according to this classification ranges from a narrow definition including only debt securities and loans (D1) to a fully comprehensive definition covering all six debt instruments (D4), as defined in the Public Sector Debt Statistics Guide for User and Compilers, and the Government Finance Statistics Manual 2014. For more information, please see: Measuring Government Debt D1-D4

    General Government:

      
    Table D1General Government D1:   Debt Securities + Loans (% of GDP)
    Table D2General Government D2:   D1 + SDRs + currency and deposits (% of GDP)
    Table D2AGeneral Government D2A: D1 + currency and deposits (Maastricht debt) (% of GDP)
    Table D3General Government D3:   D2 + other accounts payable (% of GDP)
    Table D4General Government D4:   D3 + insurance, pensions, and standardized guarantees (% of GDP)

     

    Central Government:

      
    Table D1Central Government D1:   Debt Securities + Loans (% of GDP)
    Table D2Central Government D2:   D1 + SDRs + currency and deposits (% of GDP)
    Table D2ACentral Government D2A: D1 + currency and deposits (Maastricht debt) (% of GDP)
    Table D3Central Government D3:   D2 + other accounts payable (% of GDP)
    Table D4Central Government D4:   D3 + insurance, pensions, and standardized guarantees (% of GDP)