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For some reason, the numbers don't seem to add up, unless there was considerable rounding. From the looks of things, the grid only represents 11.52 Billion.
I find it interesting that Brazil owns 450M of American debt, rather than the other way around.
I'm curious: Do other countries owe the US a significant amount of money? Or do national debt figures account for that, and show the imbalance in our loans?
Granted, I'm certain we owe much more money than we are owed by any metric.
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