What are the countries that are vulnerable because of their external debt?

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What are the countries that are vulnerable because of their external debt?

External Debt:

External debts refer to those debts which a country took from outside of their home countries such as other countries government, foreign moneylenders, International financial institutions, and foreign investment banks.

Answer and Explanation:

List of Vulnerable countries:

1. Zambia (Africa).

2. Uganda (Africa).

3. Bolivia (America).

4. Romania (Europe)

5. Cyprus (Europe).

6. Oman (Africa).

7. South Africa (Africa).

8. Tanzania (Africa).

9. Tunisia (Africa).

10. Serbia (Europe).

11. Turkey (Europe).

12. Ukraine (Europe).

13. Cambodia (Asia).

14. Pakistan (Asia).

15. Turkmenistan (Asia).

16. Algeria (Africa).

17. Cameron (Africa).

18. Argentina (America).

19. Congo DR (Africa).

20. Ethiopia (Africa).

21. Kenya (Africa).

22. Morocco (Africa).

23. Jordan (Western Asia).

24. Lebanon (Asia).


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