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In 2019, the government deficit of both the euro area and the EU increased in relative terms compared with 2018, while the government debt declined in both zones. In the euro area the government deficit to GDP ratio rose from 0.5% in 2018 to 0.6% in 2019, and in the EU from 0.4% to 0.5%. In the euro area the government

debt to GDP ratio decreased from 85.8% at the end of 2018 to 84.0% at the end of 2019, and in the EU from 79.5% to 77.6%. In this release, Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union, is providing government deficit and debt data for the years 2016-2019 based on figures reported by EU Member States in the second notification in 2020, for the application of the excessive deficit procedure (EDP).

In 2019, Denmark (+3.8%), Luxembourg (+2.4%), Bulgaria (+1.9%), the Netherlands (+1.7%), Germany, Greece and Cyprus (all +1.5%), Austria (+0.7%), Ireland, Malta, Slovenia and Sweden (all +0.5%), Croatia (+0.4%), Czechia and Lithuania (both +0.3%) as well as Estonia and Portugal (both +0.1%) registered a government surplus. Two Member States had deficits equal to or higher than 3% of GDP: France (-3.0%) and Romania (-4.4%). At the end of 2019, the lowest ratios of government debt to GDP were recorded in Estonia (8.4%), Bulgaria (20.2%), Luxembourg (22.0%), Czechia (30.2%) and Denmark (33.3%). Eleven Member States had government debt ratios higher than 60% of GDP, with the highest registered in Greece (180.5%), Italy (134.7%), Portugal (117.2%), Belgium and France (both 98.1%), Spain (95.5%) and Cyprus (94.0%). In 2019, government expenditure in the euro area was equivalent to 47.1% of GDP and government revenue to 46.4%. The figures for the EU were 46.7% and 46.1% respectively. In both zones, the government expenditure ratio increased while the government revenue ratio decreased between 2018 and 2019.