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US vs. Total Debt to the UN: 2004

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Graph of US vs. Total Debt to the UN
Tables 1996 - 2005



 

The following table illustrates the contributions owed to the UN by all member states. Debts to the UN are shown on a per month basis for 2004. The table further illustrates the contributions owed by the US and compares the US debt to the rest of the member states as a percentage.

Note: Capital Master Plan was introduced in 2003.

Table notes: Sums in $US millions, rounded to the nearest million

Source: UN Documents

The following graph illustrates the total debt of all member states to the UN as well as the total debt of the US. As the US continues not to pay UN contributions in full, the US is responsible for approximately half of the UN debt.


(Graph created by Feisal Lakha, June 2004)

 


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