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Economy > International tourism > Expenditures for travel items > Current US$: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: International tourism expenditures are expenditures of international outbound visitors in other countries. The goods and services are purchased by, or on behalf of, the traveler or provided, without a quid pro quo, for the traveler to use or give away. These may include expenditures by residents traveling abroad as same-day visitors, except in cases where these are so important as to justify a separate classification. Excluded is the international carriage of travelers, which is covered in passenger travel items. Data are in current U.S. dollars.".

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 European Union $392.45 billion 2008
2 Germany $91.69 billion 2008
3 United States $85.37 billion 2008
4 United Kingdom $69.79 billion 2008
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) $53.75 billion 2008
5 France $43.35 billion 2008
6 China $36.16 billion 2008
7 Italy $30.84 billion 2008
8 Japan $27.90 billion 2008
9 Canada $27.31 billion 2008
10 Russia $24.89 billion 2008
11 Netherlands $21.82 billion 2008
12 Spain $20.36 billion 2008
13 Belgium $19.32 billion 2008
High income OECD countries average (profile) $19.14 billion 2008
Non-religious countries average (profile) $19.14 billion 2008
14 Australia $18.73 billion 2008
15 Norway $15.93 billion 2008
16 Sweden $15.43 billion 2008
Eurozone average (profile) $15.18 billion 2008
17 Saudi Arabia $15.13 billion 2008
NATO countries average (profile) $14.78 billion 2008
Heavily indebted countries average (profile) $14.34 billion 2008
18 Singapore $14.19 billion 2008
European Union average (profile) $14.06 billion 2008
19 Austria $11.43 billion 2008
Europe average (profile) $11.16 billion 2008
20 Switzerland $10.97 billion 2008
21 Brazil $10.96 billion 2008
22 Ireland $10.43 billion 2008
23 Denmark $9.68 billion 2008
24 India $9.60 billion 2008
25 Poland $9.60 billion 2008
26 Mexico $8.53 billion 2008
27 Kuwait $7.57 billion 2008
28 Malaysia $6.71 billion 2008
Emerging markets average (profile) $6.21 billion 2008
29 Indonesia $5.40 billion 2008
30 Thailand $5.21 billion 2008
31 Czech Republic $4.59 billion 2008
32 Argentina $4.56 billion 2008
33 Finland $4.50 billion 2008
34 Portugal $4.33 billion 2008
35 South Africa $4.29 billion 2008
Former British colonies average (profile) $4.09 billion 2007
36 Hungary $4.04 billion 2008
37 Ukraine $4.02 billion 2008
38 Greece $3.93 billion 2008
39 Luxembourg $3.84 billion 2008
40 Qatar $3.75 billion 2006
41 Nigeria $3.62 billion 2008
42 Lebanon $3.56 billion 2008
Eastern Europe average (profile) $3.52 billion 2008
43 Turkey $3.51 billion 2008
44 Israel $3.44 billion 2008
45 New Zealand $2.99 billion 2008
Former Soviet republics average (profile) $2.73 billion 2008
46 Bulgaria $2.38 billion 2008
47 Philippines $2.21 billion 2008
48 Romania $2.18 billion 2008
49 Slovakia $2.17 billion 2008
50 Venezuela $1.78 billion 2008
51 Colombia $1.74 billion 2008
52 Cyprus $1.57 billion 2008
53 Albania $1.55 billion 2008
54 Pakistan $1.51 billion 2008
55 Lithuania $1.50 billion 2008
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) $1.42 billion 2008
56 Chile $1.37 billion 2008
57 Slovenia $1.31 billion 2008
58 Libya $1.28 billion 2008
59 Puerto Rico $1.26 billion 2008
60 Serbia and Montenegro $1.25 billion 2008
61 Sudan $1.19 billion 2008
62 Latvia $1.14 billion 2008
63 Croatia $1.11 billion 2008
64 Iceland $1.10 billion 2008
65 Morocco $1.09 billion 2008
Latin America and Caribbean average (profile) $1.09 billion 2008
66 Peru $1.07 billion 2008
67 Kazakhstan $1.02 billion 2008
68 Jordan $1.00 billion 2008
69 Oman $858.00 million 2008
70 Estonia $808.00 million 2008
71 Tanzania $721.00 million 2008
72 Belarus $668.00 million 2008
73 Syria $645.00 million 2007
74 Iraq $639.00 million 2007
75 El Salvador $624.00 million 2008
76 Guatemala $606.00 million 2008
77 Costa Rica $593.00 million 2008
=78 Ecuador $542.00 million 2008
=78 Ghana $542.00 million 2008
80 Bahrain $503.00 million 2008
81 Botswana $488.00 million 2008
=82 Brunei $458.00 million 2008
=82 Tunisia $458.00 million 2008
84 Mauritius $452.00 million 2008
85 Malta $431.00 million 2008
86 Sri Lanka $428.00 million 2008
87 Nepal $381.00 million 2008
88 Cote d'Ivoire $380.00 million 2008
89 Panama $366.00 million 2008
90 Uruguay $358.00 million 2008
91 Honduras $344.00 million 2008
92 Azerbaijan $341.00 million 2008
93 Cameroon $340.00 million 2008
94 Armenia $324.00 million 2008
95 Aruba $323.00 million 2008
96 Dominican Republic $314.00 million 2008
97 Bermuda $307.00 million 2008
98 The Bahamas $305.00 million 2008
99 Kyrgyzstan $304.00 million 2008
100 Bolivia $281.00 million 2008
=101 Moldova $274.00 million 2008
=101 Gabon $274.00 million 2005
103 Jamaica $268.00 million 2008
104 Kenya $266.00 million 2008
105 Senegal $253.00 million 2007
106 Bosnia and Herzegovina $211.00 million 2008
107 Mozambique $208.00 million 2008
108 Georgia $204.00 million 2008
109 Mongolia $188.00 million 2006
110 Bangladesh $184.00 million 2008
=111 Congo, Republic of the $168.00 million 2007
=111 New Caledonia $168.00 million 2008
113 French Polynesia $159.00 million 2008
=114 Ethiopia $156.00 million 2008
=114 Uganda $156.00 million 2008
116 Madagascar $143.00 million 2008
117 Nicaragua $142.00 million 2008
118 Mali $137.00 million 2007
119 Cape Verde $133.00 million 2008
120 Turkmenistan $125.00 million 1997
121 Paraguay $124.00 million 2008
122 Maldives $109.00 million 2008
123 Cambodia $108.00 million 2008
124 Barbados $99.00 million 2007
125 Fiji $96.00 million 2008
126 Netherlands Antilles $95.00 million 2008
127 Namibia $92.00 million 2008
128 Burundi $91.00 million 2008
129 Trinidad and Tobago $75.00 million 2008
130 Malawi $73.00 million 2007
131 Benin $72.00 million 2007
132 Rwanda $70.00 million 2008
=133 Haiti $64.00 million 2008
=133 Zambia $64.00 million 2008
135 Papua New Guinea $55.60 million 2005
=136 Mauritania $55.00 million 1999
=136 Antigua and Barbuda $55.00 million 2008
138 Burkina Faso $53.00 million 2007
139 Guyana $52.00 million 2008
140 Swaziland $51.00 million 2007
141 Niger $49.00 million 2008
142 Belize $41.00 million 2008
143 Seychelles $40.00 million 2007
144 Saint Lucia $38.00 million 2008
145 Burma $37.00 million 2006
=146 Liberia $30.00 million 2008
=146 Suriname $30.00 million 2008
148 Sierra Leone $24.00 million 2008
149 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines $20.00 million 2008
150 Togo $17.00 million 2007
151 Guinea-Bissau $16.00 million 2006
152 Lesotho $14.00 million 2008
=153 Saint Kitts and Nevis $13.00 million 2008
=153 Grenada $13.00 million 2008
=155 Dominica $11.00 million 2008
=155 Tajikistan $11.00 million 2008
=155 Vanuatu $11.00 million 2007
158 Tonga $10.00 million 2007
159 Guinea $9.00 million 2008
160 The Gambia $8.00 million 2008
161 Solomon Islands $7.70 million 2007
162 Comoros $7.00 million 1995
163 Samoa $5.00 million 2007
164 Djibouti $4.00 million 2008
=165 Sao Tome and Principe $100,000.00 2007
=165 Laos $100,000.00 2001

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