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Non-performing loans as percent of all bank loans, 2021 - Country rankings:

The average for 2021 based on 41 countries was 5.5 percent.The highest value was in Ukraine: 31.72 percent and the lowest value was in Macao: 0.64 percent. The indicator is available from 2000 to 2021. Below is a chart for all countries where data are available.

Measure: percent; Source: The World Bank
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Countries Non-performing loans, 2021 Global rank Available data
Ukraine 31.72 1 2005 - 2021
Ghana 15.07 2 2008 - 2021
Tajikistan 13.65 3 2010 - 2021
Kenya 13.14 4 2006 - 2021
Kyrgyzstan 10.82 5 2010 - 2021
Mozambique 10.6 6 2013 - 2021
Guinea 9.21 7 2013 - 2021
Pakistan 7.89 8 2005 - 2021
UA Emirates 7.29 9 2009 - 2021
Barbados 7.24 10 2016 - 2021
Montenegro 6.83 11 2006 - 2021
Papua N.G. 6.16 12 2008 - 2021
Moldova 6.13 13 2009 - 2021
Zambia 5.82 14 2007 - 2021
Seychelles 5.45 15 2006 - 2021
Albania 5.39 16 2010 - 2021
Belarus 5.3 17 2010 - 2021
Uzbekistan 5.13 18 2010 - 2021
Botswana 4.24 19 2012 - 2021
Lesotho 4.07 20 2009 - 2021
Colombia 3.95 21 2005 - 2021
Hungary 3.77 22 2008 - 2021
Brunei 3.11 23 2009 - 2021
Poland 2.87 24 2008 - 2021
Honduras 2.69 25 2006 - 2021
Indonesia 2.64 26 2005 - 2021
Latvia 2.47 27 2008 - 2021
Paraguay 2.27 28 2005 - 2021
Panama 2.25 29 2005 - 2021
Slovakia 2.12 30 2005 - 2021
Iceland 2.06 31 2015 - 2021
Slovenia 2.06 32 2018 - 2021
Georgia 1.88 33 2003 - 2021
El Salvador 1.83 34 2008 - 2021
Cambodia 1.74 35 2010 - 2021
Guatemala 1.73 36 2009 - 2021
Malaysia 1.45 37 2005 - 2021
Denmark 1.25 38 2005 - 2021
Australia 0.91 39 2005 - 2021
Luxembourg 0.79 40 2009 - 2021
Macao 0.64 41 2010 - 2021


Economic outlook

Definition: Bank nonperforming loans to total gross loans are the value of nonperforming loans divided by the total value of the loan portfolio (including nonperforming loans before the deduction of specific loan-loss provisions). The loan amount recorded as nonperforming should be the gross value of the loan as recorded on the balance sheet, not just the amount that is overdue.
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