The United States has a massive debt problem and that’s because the economy is too big.

As long as the debt is growing, and if you take a look at the growth rate of the U.S. economy from 2007 to 2020, the debt was rising at almost 4% per year.

In contrast, the economy grew at only 2.9% per years from 2007-2010.

This is the same as the growth rates of Italy and Germany.

The US economy was booming, but at the same time, the US debt was growing at over 4%.

Now, if you think about it, that’s not a problem for the economy, but for the US economy it’s a problem.

If you take that same growth rate into consideration, the average US citizen is paying about $8,000 per year for their healthcare.

That’s just a huge number of dollars that is being spent on healthcare.

Now that is a huge debt burden for the country.

If the economy slows down, if we get into recession, if the US government loses its authority and the American people start to look for alternatives to the healthcare system, then that could affect the US national debt even more.

There are two reasons why the debt problem in the US is so huge.

One, the healthcare debt is huge because it is the most expensive healthcare system in the world.

The other reason is that the healthcare cost is growing more rapidly than the overall economy.

It is also growing in real terms, and it is growing at a rate of almost 3.5% per annum.

This means that if you look at what we’re spending on healthcare, it’s actually growing faster than the economy as a whole.

This has a huge impact on the national debt, because that’s why we have such a huge national debt problem.

The United Kingdom has a national debt of around $2.5 trillion, but the national economy is actually much smaller than that.

So, if our national debt was to be growing at the rate of 3.2%, it would add about $150 billion to the national GDP every year.

This isn’t a problem because we’re doing so well economically.

The reason is because we have a very low rate of inflation.

So when the inflation rate in the United States is low, we can keep the debt low.

The only problem with that is if we lose our power to control the US financial system, and that would cause us to lose the ability to borrow.

So if the United Kingdom is really losing its power to have its own money, and we lose control over the financial system of the United State, then the national income will decrease.

This could happen if the economy continues to grow at the pace that it is now, because then the GDP will continue to grow more rapidly, and the national government will have to borrow money to pay for the spending.

If we lose the power to make interest payments on our debt, we will have a problem with inflation.

We will have an economic crisis that could cause us, a major recession, and possibly a financial crisis.

Now, the problem is that it’s not only the national interest that is at stake, it is also the economic interest.

The real economy in the U: the United Nations, the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, the OECD, and others all have different policies that are in place that are helping to maintain a low national debt.

The countries that are still struggling to pay back their debt have been forced to rely on loans from the IMF and the World Trade Organization.

So these are not only governments, they are private businesses, and they have been affected by the high interest rates on their debt.

So even though the interest rates are low, they’re paying interest on their debts that are more than they’re making in the economy.

The fact is, if interest rates continue to increase at their current rate, the United Nation is going to have to cut back on its support programs to support the economy and its people.

So the interest on the debt has grown to almost $100 billion, and even with all the support programs, that number is going up.

So that’s a big problem, and now we have this huge national economic debt problem that we are trying to fix with other countries.

Now this is a very complicated issue because there are several factors that contribute to the interest rate on our national government debt.

There is the interest that we have on our student loans.

That interest is coming from the Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank, and all the other central banks.

But also there is the money that’s going into the Federal reserve, and then we have the interest from the private sector.

So all these interest rates together are a huge drag on the economy because they are the biggest drag on our economy, and at the moment they’re just about to add a big drag on us.

The Federal Reserve is the biggest contributor to our national economy, because it prints money, it buys things, and so on.

But there are