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debt bur·den

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  1. debt burdennoun

    The debt of a country, when large enough that servicing it has become difficult.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of debt burden in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of debt burden in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of debt burden in a Sentence

  1. World Bank:

    We need to find ways to adjust the debt burden, so that the burden of debt on people in poorer countries can be reduced dramatically.

  2. Med Jones:

    Countries that have strong pre-crisis macroeconomic metrics, rich natural resources and export-based industries have stronger recovery prospects. Strong budgets allow the government to stimulate the economy with less debt burden. Exports play a significant role in supporting a stable interest rate and ex-change rates thus renewing investors confidence and recovery.

  3. John Miller:

    In litigation or a negotiation, there will be requests to do more, to cough up more money and yet I do think it's a fair statement to say that a very high debt burden absolutely has a negative impact on the economy and if you sit back and just continue with austerity it gets worse.

  4. World Bank:

    For some countries, it’s a red alert, we need to find ways to adjust the debt burden, so that the burden of debt on people in poorer countries can be reduced dramatically.

  5. Janet Yellen:

    Neither the president-elect, nor I, propose this relief package without an appreciation for the country’s debt burden. But right now, with interest rates at historic lows, the smartest thing we can do is act big, i believe the benefits will far outweigh the costs, especially if we care about helping people who have been struggling for a very long time.

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