Graham Coxell, chief executive of Rowan Dartington, asks: if the US government has a debt pile approaching $15trn, who on earth is it in debt to, and what is the interest charge?
At the last published count, the US Treasury had debts of $14.7trn or, roughly, $42,000 per head of the population. This figure caused political deadlock in Congress last year when the Super-Committee...
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