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Here are the 23 countries that hold the most US debt

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The Treasury showed that Saudi Arabia held $116.8 billion of US debt in March, down 2.5% from February.

Here’s how the rest of the world’s US debt holders measure up, as of March:

23. Mexico — $51.4 billion (£34.13 billion).

22. France — $53 billion (£35.64 billion).

21. Turkey — $58.6 billion (£38.87 billion).

20. Norway — $59.3 billion (£39.65 billion).

19. United Arab Emirates — $66.2 billion (£43.79 billion).

18. Bermuda — $68.9 billion (£45.64 billion).

17. South Korea — $84.1 billion (£57.99 billion).

16. Russia — $86 billion (£59.3 billion).

15. Germany — $90.1 billion (£62.14 billion).

14. Singapore — $112.7 billion (£77.74 billion).

13. Saudi Arabia — $116.8 billion (£80.58 billion).

12. India — $118.9 billion (£82.02 billion).

11. Belgium — $153.8 billion (£106.09 billion).

10. Taiwan — $182.3 billion (£125.75 billion).

9. Hong Kong — $200.3 billion (£138.17 billion).

8. Luxembourg — $221.3 billion (£152.66 billion).

7. United Kingdom — $227.6 billion (£157.03 billion).

6. Switzerland — $230 billion (£158.68 billion).

5. Brazil — $246.4 billion (£169.97 billion).

4. Ireland — $264.3 billion (£182.33 billion).

3. Cayman Islands — $265 billion (£182.81 billion).

2. Japan — $1.137 trillion (£784.68 billion).

1. Mainland China — $1.244 trillion (£857.99 billion).

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