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Economy > Budget > Expenditures > Capital: Countries Compared

Ian Graham, Staff Editor

Author: Ian Graham, Staff Editor

Budget revenues and expenditures per capita vary considerably even among developed countries.

Of the G8 countries - France, United States, the United Kingdom, Russia, Germany, Japan, Italy and Canada . http://g8.market2000.ca/ - only the United Kingdom, Canada and Russia had budget surpluses in 2003.

Canada’s surplus was the largest, $534.04 per person. Japan’s per capita expenditures were $2,177.43 higher than per capita revenues.

Germany’s revenues and expenditures per person were the highest. Russia’s were the lowest. The United States had higher budget revenues and expenditures per capita than France, Japan, Russia and Canada.

Six of the G8 countries were in the top 50 in revenues per capita (Japan was 51st). Seven were in the top 50 in per capita budget expenditures. None were in the top ten in either category. Russia was ranked much lower in revenues (130th) and in expenditures (144th).

DEFINITION: This entry includes revenues, expenditures, and capital expenditures. These figures are calculated on an exchange rate basis, i.e., not in purchasing power parity (PPP) terms.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 United Kingdom $87.00 billion 2006
2 Japan $71.00 billion 2006
3 South Korea $23.50 billion 2003
4 France $23.00 billion 2005
5 India $15.00 billion 2006
6 Taiwan $14.40 billion 2005
7 Spain $12.80 billion 2006
8 Malaysia $9.40 billion 2006
9 Iran $7.60 billion 2006
=10 Hong Kong $5.90 billion 2006
=10 United Arab Emirates $5.90 billion 2006
12 Algeria $5.80 billion 2006
13 Burma $5.70 billion 2005
14 Libya $5.60 billion 2006
15 Ireland $5.50 billion 2006
16 Argentina $5.40 billion 2006
17 Singapore $5.10 billion 2006
=18 Thailand $5.00 billion 2006
=18 Iraq $5.00 billion 2006
20 Denmark $4.60 billion 2006
21 Syria $3.82 billion 2006
22 Chile $3.33 billion 2006
23 Sri Lanka $2.80 billion 2006
24 Egypt $2.70 billion 2006
25 Venezuela $2.60 billion 2006
=26 Qatar $2.20 billion 2006
=26 Romania $2.20 billion 2006
28 Morocco $2.19 billion 2006
=29 Peru $1.80 billion 2006
=29 Vietnam $1.80 billion 2006
=31 Ecuador $1.60 billion 2006
=31 Tunisia $1.60 billion 2006
33 Belgium $1.56 billion 2006
34 Brunei $1.35 billion 2003
35 Dominican Republic $1.10 billion 2006
36 Jordan $1.09 billion 2006
37 Luxembourg $975.50 million 2006
38 Angola $963.00 million 2006
39 Ethiopia $788.00 million 2006
40 Guatemala $750.00 million 2006
41 Bolivia $741.00 million 2006
=42 Bahrain $700.00 million 2006
=42 Paraguay $700.00 million 2006
44 Albania $500.00 million 2005
45 Mozambique $479.40 million 2003
46 Panama $471.00 million 2006
47 Iceland $467.00 million 2006
48 Cote d'Ivoire $420.00 million 2006
49 Senegal $357.00 million 2006
50 Papua New Guinea $344.00 million 2006
51 Madagascar $331.00 million 2006
52 Gabon $325.00 million 2006
53 Monaco $305.00 million 2005
54 Sudan $304.00 million 2006
55 Cambodia $291.00 million 2006
56 Macau $194.00 million 2002
57 Uruguay $193.00 million 2006
58 French Polynesia $185.00 million 1999
59 Jamaica $180.40 million 2006
60 Belarus $180.00 million 2006
61 Niger $178.00 million 2002
62 Mauritania $154.00 million 2002
63 Swaziland $147.00 million 2006
64 Chad $146.00 million 2006
65 Martinique $140.00 million 1996
66 Trinidad and Tobago $117.30 million 2006
67 Guadeloupe $112.50 million 2002
68 The Bahamas $106.70 million 2003
69 Honduras $106.00 million 2006
70 French Guiana $105.00 million 1996
71 Guyana $93.40 million 2006
72 Tajikistan $86.00 million 2006
73 Greenland $83.00 million 2005
74 Maldives $80.00 million 2004
75 Jersey $78.00 million 2005
76 Belize $70.00 million 2006
77 Bermuda $54.80 million 2003
78 Sao Tome and Principe $54.00 million 2006
79 New Caledonia $52.00 million 1996
=80 Gaza Strip $44.00 million 2005
=80 West Bank $44.00 million 2005
=82 Suriname $34.00 million 2003
=82 Faroe Islands $34.00 million 2005
84 British Virgin Islands $33.80 million 2004
85 Grenada $28.00 million 1997
86 Saint Lucia $25.10 million 2000
=87 Saint Pierre and Miquelon $24.00 million 1996
=87 Democratic Republic of the Congo $24.00 million 2004
89 San Marino $23.70 million 2004
90 Saint Kitts and Nevis $19.50 million 2003
91 Palau $17.10 million 2003
92 Lesotho $15.00 million 2005
93 Montserrat $8.40 million 1997
94 Tuvalu $4.20 million 2002
95 The Gambia $4.10 million 2006
96 Cook Islands $3.30 million 2003
97 Philippines $2.40 million 2005
98 Tonga $1.90 million 2003
99 Vanuatu $700,000.00 2003
100 Solomon Islands 0.0 2003

Citation

"Countries Compared by Economy > Budget > Expenditures > Capital. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", All CIA World Factbooks 18 December 2003 to 18 December 2008. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Economy/Budget/Expenditures/Capital

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Budget revenues and expenditures per capita vary considerably even among developed countries.

Of the G8 countries - France, United States, the United Kingdom, Russia, Germany, Japan, Italy and Canada . http://g8.market2000.ca/ - only the United Kingdom, Canada and Russia had budget surpluses in 2003.

Canada’s surplus was the largest, $534.04 per person. Japan’s per capita expenditures were $2,177.43 higher than per capita revenues.

Germany’s revenues and expenditures per person were the highest. Russia’s were the lowest. The United States had higher budget revenues and expenditures per capita than France, Japan, Russia and Canada.

Six of the G8 countries were in the top 50 in revenues per capita (Japan was 51st). Seven were in the top 50 in per capita budget expenditures. None were in the top ten in either category. Russia was ranked much lower in revenues (130th) and in expenditures (144th).

Posted on 21 Feb 2005

Ian Graham, Staff Editor

Ian Graham, Staff Editor

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