As the Eurozone crisis develops, the BBC News has a look at what country owes what to whom:
Europe is struggling to find a way out of the eurozone crisis amid mounting debts, stalling growth and widespread market jitters. After Greece, Ireland, and Portugal were forced to seek bail-outs, Italy – approaching an unaffordable cost of borrowing – has been the latest focus of concern.
But, with global financial systems so interconnected, this is not just a eurozone problem and the repercussions extend beyond its borders.
Simply click on a country, whose arc length represents how much they owe, and arrows show debt.
[BBC News | Thanks, Eugene]