Quebec government net debt
Net debt is the debt that has been used to fund non-financial assets (capital assets) and accumulated deficits. It is obtained by subtracting the government's financial assets from all of its liabilities. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION • Starting in 2009—10, the data related to the calculation of net debt are not comparable to previous years, as they take into account the line-by-line consolidation of the networks. • For some fiscal years, net debt data are those that were restated in the Public Accounts for the subsequent fiscal year, due to accounting changes. • Data from 1997-98 to 2005-06 are not comparable to data from 2006-07 onwards or prior to 1997-98.
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Data and Resources
Net debt (March 2021)CSVFrench dataset CSV
Net debt (November 2021)CSVFrench dataset CSV
Original metadata (https://www.donneesquebec.ca)HTMLFrench dataset HTML
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