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US debt and assets Apple — what more?

05.08.2017 Erika J. Wells 0 Comments

According to the report of the Ministry of Finance of the United States, Apple is in the top 25 ranking of holders of the national debt.

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US debt and assets Apple — what more?

Apple owns 52.6 billion dollars in US government bonds, which puts the company in a General rating of the borrowers of the country is higher than Israel, Mexico, Australia and the Netherlands. The largest holder of US government bonds is Japan, who last year intercepted a championship from China.

From a financial point of view, the year 2017 has become Apple’s very successful. Following the recent report about the high rates Apple has set a new record, surpassing the sum of the market capitalization of 800 billion dollars. A good trend for the company, which started in the garage of Steve jobs.

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To date, the ranking of creditors in which the Apple moves is as follows:

Japan: $1,1113 trillion.

China: $ 1,1022 trillion.

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Ireland: $ 295,8 billion.

Brazil: $ 269,7 billion.

Cayman Islands: $ mishpat 266: 1 billion

Switzerland: $ 239,5 billion.

UK: $ 234,4 billion.

Luxembourg: $ 207,7 billion.

Hong Kong: $ 196.3 per billion.

Taiwan: $ 181,2 billion.

Saudi Arabia: $ 134 billion

India: $ 127,3 billion.

Russia: $ 108,7 billion.

Singapore: $ 107,9 billion.

Korea: a $ 100,1 bn

Belgium: $ 98.7 billion

Canada: $80.2 billion

France: $74.4 billion

Germany: $ 68.3 billion

Thailand: $ 66.5 billion.

Bermuda: $ 60,9 billion.

UAE: $ 60.5 billion

Apple: $ 52.6 billion

Netherlands: $ 52.2 billion

Turkey: $ 49.5 billion

Norway: $ 48.3 billion

Sweden: $ 40.8 billion

Mexico: $ 38,9 billion.

Philippines: $ 38,2 billion

Spain: $ 38,2 billion

Australia: $ 37 billion

Italy: $ 35.6 bn

Poland: $ 35 billion.

Kuwait: $ 31,6 billion.

Israel: $ 30.9 billion

All other creditors: $ 455,7 billion.

 

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