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nprnews_____ = ||| lubuntu at wor3|||U.S. To Owe More Than The Size Of Its Economy For The 1st Time In 75 Years||| kickerpage = |||no kicker pagenpr for NPRNEWS||| summarynpr = |||Congressional forecasters expect the federal deficit to reach $3.3 trillion during the current fiscal year. By 2023, government debt will reach an all-time high of 107% of GDP.


U.S. To Owe More Than The Size Of Its Economy For The 1st Time In 75 Years

Sheets of one-dollar bills run through the printing press at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing on March 2015 in Washington, D.C. National debt is expected to reach an all-time high of 107% of GDP in 2023.

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U.S. To Owe More Than The Size Of Its Economy For The 1st Time In 75 Years



Congressional forecasters expect the federal deficit to reach $3.3 trillion during the current fiscal year. By 2023, government debt will reach an all-time high of 107% of GDP.