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Italy’s Debt Clock

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Quanto vale il debito pubblico italiano? Ora è possibile scoprirlo grazie all’ “orologio del debito” dell’Istituto Bruno Leoni, regolarmente aggiornato sulla base dei rapporti mensili della Banca d’Italia.

Il contatore modifica, ogni 3 secondi, la stima dello stock complessivo dei titoli di Stato, giungendo a mostrare le 13 cifre (valore riferito al 31 luglio 2010) del nostro debito, pari a circa il 120 per cento del prodotto interno lordo. La mostruosità del debito, equivalente a circa 30.724 euro per ogni italiano, inclusi neonati e ultracentenari, diventa così facilmente accessibile a tutti.

L’Istituto Bruno Leoni (IBL), intitolato al grande giurista e filosofo torinese nasce con l’ambizione distimolare il dibattito pubblico, in Italia, promuovendo in modo puntuale e rigoroso un punto di vista autenticamente liberale.
L’IBL intende studiare, promuovere e diffondere gli ideali del mercato, della proprietà privata, e della libertà di scambio.
Attraverso la pubblicazione di libri, l’organizzazione di convegni, la diffusione di articoli sulla stampa nazionale e internazionale, l’elaborazione di brevi studi e briefing papers, l’IBL mira ad orientare il processo decisionale, ad informare al meglio la pubblica opinione, a crescere una nuova generazione di intellettuali e studiosi sensibili alle ragioni della libertà.

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How large is the Italian public debt? Today it is possible to visualize its staggering amount thanks to the “debt clock” created by Istituto Bruno Leoni, timely updated on the basis of the monthly reports issued by the Bank of Italy.

The counter clicks at 3-seconds intervals, displaying the estimate of the total amount of outstanding government bonds, namely the government debt, a 13-digit number that amounts to some 120 per cent of the country’s GDP. This mind-boggling sum, which amounts to about 30,724 euros for each Italian—newborns and centenarians alike—can thus be readily accessible to all unfortunate Italian citizens.

Istituto Bruno Leoni (IBL), named after the great lawyer and philosopher, is an independent, non profit think tank. Our mission is to contribute to the discussion on public policies providing a knowledgeable and practical voice from a classical liberal perspective. We support the values of an open, free, and market-based society.

Istituto Bruno Leoni investigates, promotes and propagates the ideas and the ideals that underpin free-market, private property and free trade. Through its books, meetings and seminars, op-eds in the national and international media, and reports and briefing papers, IBL aims to orient the public decision-making process and to inform public opinion, as well as to nurture a new generation of intellectuals and scholars familiar with the reasons of liberty.

What's New in Version 1.5

bug fixed

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Italy’s Debt Clock
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  • Category: Finance
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  • Version: 1.5
  • Size: 7.1 MB
  • Language: Italian
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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