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Economy > National accounts > Local currency at constant prices > Expenditure on GDP > Final > Consumption expenditure: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Final consumption expenditure (formerly total consumption) is the sum of household final consumption expenditure (formerly private consumption) and general government final consumption expenditure (formerly general government consumption). Data are in constant local currency.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Indonesia 1,443.79 trillion 2009
2 Japan 403.12 trillion 2009
3 Vietnam 384.76 trillion 2009
4 Colombia 329.88 trillion 2009
Emerging markets average (profile) 92.45 trillion 2008
Non-religious countries average (profile) 72.54 trillion 2008
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 59.88 trillion 2009
5 Chile 53.13 trillion 2009
6 Lebanon 38.87 trillion 2009
7 India 33.36 trillion 2009
8 Cambodia 25.61 trillion 2009
High income OECD countries average (profile) 17.85 trillion 2008
9 Uganda 16.21 trillion 2009
10 Paraguay 14.46 trillion 2009
11 Hungary 13.29 trillion 2008
12 China 12.23 trillion 2009
Former French colonies average (profile) 12.21 trillion 2000
South Asia average (profile) 10.13 trillion 2009
13 United States 9.96 trillion 2009
14 Russia 8.35 trillion 2009
15 Cameroon 7.2 trillion 2007
16 Mexico 6.83 trillion 2009
17 Guinea 5.82 trillion 2009
18 Cote d'Ivoire 5.48 trillion 2000
19 Pakistan 4.71 trillion 2009
20 Zambia 4.57 trillion 2009
21 Senegal 4.1 trillion 2009
22 Kazakhstan 3.83 trillion 2009
23 Burma 3.56 trillion 2004
24 Thailand 2.68 trillion 2009
25 Burkina Faso 2.55 trillion 2006
26 Bangladesh 2.43 trillion 2009
27 Tanzania 2.39 trillion 2006
28 Sweden 1.95 trillion 2009
29 Germany 1.69 trillion 2009
30 South Africa 1.49 trillion 2009
31 Laos 1.43 trillion 2008
32 Gabon 1.38 trillion 2009
33 France 1.35 trillion 2009
34 Kenya 1.27 trillion 2009
35 Syria 1.27 trillion 2009
36 Philippines 1.25 trillion 2009
37 Norway 1.22 trillion 2009
38 Serbia and Montenegro 1.2 trillion 2009
NATO countries average (profile) 1.15 trillion 2008
39 Mali 1.12 trillion 2007
40 Denmark 1.08 trillion 2009
41 Canada 1.04 trillion 2009
42 Italy 995.16 billion 2009
43 Chad 976.84 billion 2006
44 United Kingdom 970.25 billion 2009
45 Australia 799.16 billion 2008
46 Benin 749.02 billion 2005
47 Niger 736.26 billion 1999
48 Saudi Arabia 670.7 billion 2007
49 Iceland 644.21 billion 2009
50 Albania 635.18 billion 2009
51 Spain 624.58 billion 2009
52 Madagascar 623.64 billion 2009
53 Central African Republic 621.82 billion 2006
54 Israel 554.35 billion 2008
55 Rwanda 503.61 billion 1999
56 Morocco 453.93 billion 2009
57 Uruguay 427.37 billion 2009
Eurozone average (profile) 396.93 billion 2008
58 Malaysia 353.54 billion 2009
59 Netherlands 344.99 billion 2009
60 Switzerland 339.95 billion 2009
61 Mauritania 337.97 billion 2005
62 Dominican Republic 319.12 billion 2009
63 Ukraine 313.76 billion 2009
64 Afghanistan 302.6 billion 2005
65 Romania 301.56 billion 2009
66 Argentina 300.3 billion 2009
67 Congo, Republic of the 279.17 billion 1996
68 Togo 236.92 billion 2005
69 Equatorial Guinea 227.32 billion 2000
70 United Arab Emirates 220.04 billion 2004
71 Algeria 215.87 billion 2009
72 Belgium 210.62 billion 2009
73 Mauritius 197.54 billion 2009
74 Croatia 187.53 billion 2009
75 Austria 173.39 billion 2009
76 Greece 166.77 billion 2009
77 Peru 150.07 billion 2009
78 Mozambique 143.61 billion 2009
79 Honduras 137.89 billion 2009
80 Ethiopia 133.26 billion 2009
81 New Zealand 119.28 billion 2009
82 Portugal 118.7 billion 2009
83 Finland 114.1 billion 2009
84 Somalia 107.99 billion 1989
85 Comoros 105.12 billion 2009
86 Singapore 101.38 billion 2005
87 Ireland 86.36 billion 2009
88 Burundi 80.07 billion 1996
89 Turkey 79.74 billion 2009
90 Sierra Leone 79.35 billion 1995
91 Trinidad and Tobago 58.47 billion 2005
92 Namibia 50.29 billion 2009
93 Venezuela 49.9 billion 2009
94 Bulgaria 40.12 billion 2009
95 Kyrgyzstan 39.01 billion 2009
96 Slovakia 36.52 billion 2009
97 Cape Verde 29.02 billion 2009
98 Cuba 28.72 billion 2008
99 Bolivia 25.69 billion 2009
100 Malawi 21.39 billion 2009
101 Tunisia 21 billion 2009
102 Ghana 20.79 billion 2009
103 Sudan 19.4 billion 2008
104 Slovenia 18.12 billion 2008
105 Botswana 15.89 billion 2009
106 Luxembourg 15.58 billion 2009
107 Bhutan 15.04 billion 2009
108 Swaziland 13.98 billion 2009
109 Moldova 13.35 billion 2009
110 Cyprus 11.51 billion 2008
111 Lesotho 10.63 billion 2009
112 Jordan 10.07 billion 2009
113 Azerbaijan 9.88 billion 2008
114 Kuwait 8.33 billion 2004
115 Brunei 7.44 billion 2007
116 Puerto Rico 6.52 billion 1991
117 Guyana 5.84 billion 2002
118 The Bahamas 5.44 billion 2004
119 Oman 5 billion 2004
120 Papua New Guinea 4.88 billion 2004
121 Maldives 4.47 billion 2004
122 Eritrea 4.18 billion 2007
123 Tajikistan 2.81 billion 2009
124 The Gambia 2.69 billion 2004
125 Fiji 2.1 billion 1995
126 Seychelles 2 billion 2009
127 Belize 1.77 billion 2008
128 Antigua and Barbuda 1.18 billion 2002
129 Barbados 976.73 million 2002
130 Bahrain 719.8 million 1985
131 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 560.46 million 2003
132 Grenada 539.53 million 1999
133 Dominica 537 million 2006
134 East Timor 464.4 million 2000
135 Saint Kitts and Nevis 447.98 million 2003
136 Malta 326.2 million 1993
137 Zimbabwe 14.6 million 2005
138 Suriname 3.46 million 1994
139 Democratic Republic of the Congo 1.72 2002

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"Countries Compared by Economy > National accounts > Local currency at constant prices > Expenditure on GDP > Final > Consumption expenditure. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", World Bank national accounts data, and OECD National Accounts data files. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Economy/National-accounts/Local-currency-at-constant-prices/Expenditure-on-GDP/Final/Consumption-expenditure

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