Global debt reaches record high of $184 trillion, IMF says
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The IMF found that global debt from 2017 hit a world record of $184 trillion. That comes out to $86,000 per person, calculates the IMF. Most of the debt is held by the United States, China and Japan. What does this mean for the global economy?
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