Which countries are most likely to go broke this year?

In 2018, the United States has more than $1 trillion in annual federal debt, and the global financial crisis brought down the global economy.

The country has taken steps to address the crisis, like imposing tax cuts on wealthy Americans, and it is expected to have a massive infrastructure program by 2021.

But it is not clear how much of the debt is being paid off in 2019, and how much will need to be repaid.

The United States also has a $16 trillion trade deficit, which will add to its $20 trillion national debt.

According to an analysis by the Center for Economic and Policy Research, the U.S. will need $15.6 trillion to be in balance by the end of the decade.

The report looked at several factors, including the amount of debt that the United Kingdom owes the U and EU, the size of the United Nations and the size and cost of the U, and its ability to pay it back.

The UK, Germany, France, Canada, Japan, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Denmark, Estonia, Latvia, Sweden, Portugal, Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg, Luxembourg and the Czech Republic were excluded from the analysis.

These countries are projected to have roughly $3 trillion in federal debt.

Germany, the world’s second-largest economy, is projected to hold the largest federal debt at $7.2 trillion, with France and the UK on the other end of that spectrum at $3.8 trillion and $3 billion, respectively.

Canada, the largest economy in the world, will hold the second-highest federal debt of $3,965 billion, followed by Japan with $2.3 trillion, the Philippines at $1.9 trillion and the U