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A look at how European economies compare
A glance at some key indicators for economies in the 17-member eurozone
By The Associated Press

LONDON (AP) ' Spain has become the fourth country in the 17-member eurozone ' after Greece, Ireland and Portugal ' to seek foreign aid to cope with the impact of the continent's financial crisis. Here's a look at how economies and public finances compare across the euro currency bloc.

Government debt, percent of GDP (as of start 2012)Budget deficit/surplus, percent of GDP (as of start 2012)Unemployment, percent (March 2012)Economic recessionCredit Rating (Moody's)
Greece165.3-9.121.9YesC
Ireland108.2-13.114.4YesBa1
Portugal107.8-4.215.1YesBa3
Cyprus71.6-6.310.0YesBa1
Spain68.5-8.524.1YesA3
Italy120.1-3.910.1YesA3
Belgium98-3.77.3NoAa3
France85.8-5.210.1NoAaa
Austria72.2-2.64.0NoAaa
Germany81.2-15.5NoAaa
Estonia6110.8NoA1
Malta72-2.711.0NoA3
Slovenia47.6-6.48.6NoA2
Slovakia43.3-4.813.9NoA2
Netherlands65.2-4.75.0YesAaa
Finland48.6-0.57.6NoAaa
Luxembourg18.2-0.65.2NoAaa
Source: Eurostat, Moody's Investors Service.




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