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Economy > National accounts > Local currency at constant prices > Expenditure on GDP > Discrepancy in expenditure estima: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: A statistical discrepancy usually arises when the GDP components are estimated independently by industrial origin and by expenditure categories. This item represents the discrepancy in the use of resources (i.e., the estimate of GDP by expenditure categories). Data are in constant local currency.".

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Vietnam 3.38 trillion 2009
2 Japan 2.25 trillion 2009
3 Zambia 1.55 trillion 2009
Non-religious countries average (profile) 723.97 billion 2008
4 Hungary 475.88 billion 2000
5 Chad 401.57 billion 2006
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 329.61 billion 2009
6 Lebanon 243.94 billion 2009
7 Russia 181.12 billion 2009
8 India 158.6 billion 2009
9 Albania 118.74 billion 2009
10 Australia 98.39 billion 2008
11 Tanzania 33.44 billion 2006
12 United States 26.96 billion 2009
13 Thailand 26.26 billion 2009
14 Afghanistan 25.63 billion 2005
15 Norway 19.47 billion 2009
16 Iceland 17.58 billion 2009
17 Denmark 16.12 billion 2009
High income OECD countries average (profile) 15.36 billion 2008
18 Singapore 11.94 billion 2005
19 South Africa 11 billion 2009
NATO countries average (profile) 10.65 billion 2008
20 United Kingdom 9.03 billion 2009
21 Gabon 7.47 billion 2009
22 Canada 7.35 billion 2009
23 Mauritius 6.93 billion 2009
24 Germany 5.31 billion 2009
25 Israel 5.22 billion 2008
26 France 4.92 billion 2009
27 Botswana 3.68 billion 2009
28 Greece 3.43 billion 2009
29 Namibia 3.43 billion 2009
30 Argentina 3.17 billion 2009
31 Cape Verde 2.43 billion 2009
32 Ethiopia 2.18 billion 2009
European Union average (profile) 1.65 billion 2005
33 Ireland 1.56 billion 2009
34 Kuwait 1.43 billion 2004
35 Fiji 1.32 billion 1995
36 Trinidad and Tobago 1.17 billion 2005
37 Comoros 1.12 billion 2009
38 Romania 1.08 billion 2005
39 Austria 983.12 million 2009
40 Finland 948 million 2009
Eurozone average (profile) 933.64 million 2008
41 Belgium 910.62 million 2009
42 Italy 852.61 million 2009
43 Portugal 543.21 million 2009
44 Armenia 500.48 million 2008
45 Switzerland 427.75 million 2009
46 Brunei 396.5 million 2007
47 Dominican Republic 199.9 million 2009
48 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 122.45 million 2003
49 Guyana 41.68 million 2002
50 Belize 39.6 million 2008
51 Slovenia 38.42 million 2008
52 Zimbabwe 4.08 million 2005
53 Oman 2.56 million 2004
54 Antigua and Barbuda 922,048 2002
55 Bahrain 100,000 1985
56 Mauritania 5,824 2005
57 Bolivia 1,000 2009
58 Moldova 1 2009
=59 East Timor 0.0 2000
=59 Turkmenistan 0.0 1991
=59 Serbia and Montenegro 0.0 2009
=59 Swaziland 0.0 2009
=59 Liberia 0.0 1987
=59 Turkey 0.0 2009
=59 Slovakia 0.0 2001
=59 Malaysia 0.0 2009
=59 El Salvador 0.0 2009
=59 Rwanda 0.0 1999
=59 Sierra Leone 0.0 1995
=59 Estonia 0.0 2000
=59 Uzbekistan 0.0 1997
=59 Qatar 0.0 1990
=59 Suriname 0.0 1994
=59 Venezuela 0.0 2009
=59 Senegal 0.0 2009
=59 Papua New Guinea 0.0 2004
=59 Paraguay 0.0 2009
=59 Saudi Arabia 0.0 2007
=59 Equatorial Guinea 0.0 2000
=59 Lesotho 0.0 2009
=59 Czech Republic 0.0 2009
=59 Solomon Islands 0.0 1994
=59 Cyprus 0.0 2008
=59 Peru 0.0 2009
=59 Laos 0.0 2006
=59 Saint Kitts and Nevis 0.0 2003
=59 Latvia 0.0 2009
=59 Mozambique 0.0 2009
=59 Uganda 0.0 2009
=59 Niger 0.0 1999
=59 Chile 0.0 2009
=59 Puerto Rico 0.0 1989
=59 Kiribati 0.0 1994
=59 Croatia 0.0 2009
=59 Uruguay 0.0 2009
=59 Djibouti 0.0 1994
=59 Burundi 0.0 1996
=59 Bhutan 0.0 2009
=59 Malta 0.0 1994
=59 Democratic Republic of the Congo 0.0 2002
=59 Poland 0.0 2009
=59 Kyrgyzstan 0.0 2009
=59 Burma 0.0 2004
=59 Honduras 0.0 2009
105 Grenada -8 1999
106 Mexico -25,000 2009
107 Jordan -6,996,901.48 2009
108 Dominica -10,412,578.18 2006
109 Barbados -17,668,171.3 2002
110 Tajikistan -89,108,147.01 2000
111 Tunisia -91,516,688.51 2009
112 Bulgaria -106,647,580.53 2009
113 Azerbaijan -141,979,948.68 2003
114 Eritrea -157,015,987.82 2007
115 Luxembourg -164,400,000 2009
116 Spain -220,776,985.63 2009
117 The Gambia -271,911,290.92 2003
118 Cameroon -300,000,000 2006
119 Ghana -315,540,110.95 2009
120 New Zealand -445,248,867.91 2008
121 Georgia -524,850,451.78 1996
122 Sudan -587,159,383.57 2008
123 Maldives -1,053,000,000 2004
124 Central African Republic -1,301,341,014.37 2006
125 Netherlands -1,347,911,472 2009
126 Seychelles -2,353,098,442.07 2009
127 Cuba -2,551,893,966.39 2008
128 Morocco -3,106,000,000 2009
129 Somalia -3,263,387,904 1989
130 Congo, Republic of the -4,203,842,546.44 1996
131 Togo -4,766,757,888 2005
132 Malawi -6,372,494,391.86 2009
133 Sweden -7,668,675,600.98 2009
134 Benin -9,202,317,001.95 2005
135 Kenya -13,192,000,000 2009
136 United Arab Emirates -15,385,944,099.3 2004
137 Philippines -17,498,680,912.35 2009
138 Cote d'Ivoire -22,386,601,088.66 2000
139 Ukraine -23,625,742,317.88 2009
140 Syria -24,952,400,918.42 2009
141 Mali -27,069,529,903.46 2007
142 Burkina Faso -41,114,984,704 2006
143 Algeria -47,157,617,073.5 2009
144 Madagascar -191,610,825,103.43 2009
Emerging markets average (profile) -461,558,765,610.666 2005
145 Guinea -639,116,050,277.27 2009
146 Cambodia -768,479,363,298.32 2009
147 Belarus -790,169,955,401.4 2008
148 Kazakhstan -913,677,516,618.38 2009
149 Indonesia -1,124,174,000,000.25 2009
150 China -1,354,798,759,179.25 2009
151 Colombia -2,251,008,765,473.75 2009

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