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Economy > Consumption > Consumption by sector > Health: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Individual consumption expenditure of households, NPISHs, and general government at current prices. Currencies converted to USD as of the rate at 06 May 2014.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Venezuela 1.33 trillion USD 2007
2 Russia 55.53 billion USD 2012
3 Ghana 53.01 billion USD 1999
4 Israel 11.17 billion USD 2011
5 Hong Kong 7.81 billion USD 2012
6 Cuba 7.02 billion USD 2009
7 Ukraine 5.17 billion USD 2012
8 Colombia 4.26 billion USD 2005
9 Malaysia 4.14 billion USD 2012
10 Kazakhstan 3.59 billion USD 2012
11 Croatia 3.17 billion USD 2011
12 Serbia 2.09 billion USD 2011
13 Bulgaria 1.94 billion USD 2010
14 Iran 1.9 billion USD 2010
15 Lithuania 1.87 billion USD 2011
16 Nigeria 1.3 billion USD 2009
17 Belarus 1.18 billion USD 2011
18 Estonia 949.76 million USD 2011
19 Kenya 717.41 million USD 2012
20 Azerbaijan 608.82 million USD 2012
21 Latvia 560.7 million USD 2011
22 Malta 550.02 million USD 2012
23 Cyprus 456.38 million USD 2008
24 Republic of Macedonia 328.7 million USD 2010
25 Moldova 304.59 million USD 2011
26 Yemen 246 million USD 2011
27 Greenland 191.2 million USD 2011
28 Kyrgyzstan 180.59 million USD 2011
29 Armenia 138.91 million USD 2010
30 Cameroon 105.84 million USD 2008
31 Nicaragua 104.83 million USD 2007
32 Senegal 89.27 million USD 2009
33 Malawi 48.05 million USD 2010
34 Netherlands Antilles 43.71 million USD 2008
35 Niger 35.1 million USD 2012
36 Laos 27.43 million USD 2009
37 Sierra Leone 12.61 million USD 2011

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"All countries compared for Economy > Consumption > Consumption by sector > Health", United Nations Statistics Division. Source tables. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Economy/Consumption/Consumption-by-sector/Health

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