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Economy > National accounts > Local currency at constant prices > Expenditure on GDP > Household final > Consumption expen: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Household final consumption expenditure (formerly private consumption) is the market value of all goods and services, including durable products (such as cars, washing machines, and home computers), purchased by households. It excludes purchases of dwellings but includes imputed rent for owner-occupied dwellings. It also includes payments and fees to governments to obtain permits and licenses. Here, household consumption expenditure includes the expenditures of nonprofit institutions serving households, even when reported separately by the country. Data are in constant local currency.".

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Indonesia 1,249.01 trillion 2009
2 Vietnam 346.35 trillion 2009
3 Japan 304.8 trillion 2009
4 Colombia 265.67 trillion 2009
Emerging markets average (profile) 70.47 trillion 2009
Non-religious countries average (profile) 60.47 trillion 2009
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 45.36 trillion 2009
5 Chile 44.69 trillion 2009
6 India 27.7 trillion 2009
7 Lebanon 25.76 trillion 2004
8 Cambodia 23.25 trillion 2009
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 18.5 trillion 2009
9 Uganda 14.05 trillion 2009
High income OECD countries average (profile) 13.69 trillion 2009
10 Belarus 13.29 trillion 2009
11 Paraguay 12.83 trillion 2009
12 Hungary 11.43 trillion 2008
Former French colonies average (profile) 10.98 trillion 2000
Heavily indebted countries average (profile) 9.68 trillion 2002
13 China 8.95 trillion 2009
South Asia average (profile) 8.54 trillion 2009
14 United States 8.22 trillion 2009
15 Russia 7.04 trillion 2009
16 Cameroon 6.45 trillion 2007
17 Mexico 5.86 trillion 2009
18 Guinea 5.46 trillion 2009
19 Cote d'Ivoire 4.8 trillion 2000
20 Pakistan 4.21 trillion 2009
21 Senegal 3.72 trillion 2009
22 Kazakhstan 3.23 trillion 2009
23 Zambia 3.12 trillion 2009
24 Bangladesh 2.25 trillion 2009
25 Thailand 2.25 trillion 2009
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 2.19 trillion 2008
26 Tanzania 1.93 trillion 2006
27 Burkina Faso 1.9 trillion 2006
28 Armenia 1.6 trillion 2008
29 Czech Republic 1.53 trillion 2009
30 Costa Rica 1.39 trillion 2009
31 Sweden 1.31 trillion 2009
32 Germany 1.25 trillion 2009
33 Sri Lanka 1.17 trillion 2002
34 Philippines 1.15 trillion 2009
35 South Africa 1.12 trillion 2009
36 Kenya 1.08 trillion 2009
37 Laos 1.07 trillion 2006
38 Brazil 1.06 trillion 2009
39 Syria 1.04 trillion 2009
40 Gabon 995.87 billion 2009
41 France 960.91 billion 2009
42 Serbia and Montenegro 937.26 billion 2009
43 Chad 900.96 billion 2006
44 Norway 854.11 billion 2009
45 Canada 784.55 billion 2009
46 Mali 776.1 billion 2007
47 United Kingdom 749.64 billion 2009
48 Italy 739.94 billion 2009
49 Denmark 698.05 billion 2009
50 Poland 688.9 billion 2009
51 Niger 621.22 billion 1999
52 Benin 608.65 billion 2005
53 Australia 606.55 billion 2008
54 Uzbekistan 593.9 billion 1997
55 Madagascar 542.56 billion 2009
56 Central African Republic 538.92 billion 2006
57 Spain 457.91 billion 2009
NATO countries average (profile) 450.38 billion 2009
58 Rwanda 447.36 billion 1999
59 Albania 439.42 billion 2009
60 Iceland 432.94 billion 2009
European Union average (profile) 426.84 billion 2009
61 Israel 385.49 billion 2008
62 Saudi Arabia 376.53 billion 2007
63 Uruguay 368.06 billion 2009
64 Morocco 353.2 billion 2009
65 Dominican Republic 307.6 billion 2009
Eurozone average (profile) 293.77 billion 2009
66 Switzerland 286.47 billion 2009
67 Afghanistan 280.5 billion 2005
68 Malaysia 278.87 billion 2009
69 Mauritania 271.83 billion 2005
70 Ukraine 260.43 billion 2009
71 Romania 256.4 billion 2009
72 Argentina 251.76 billion 2009
73 Netherlands 221.43 billion 2009
74 Togo 204.9 billion 2005
75 Equatorial Guinea 186.52 billion 2000
76 Congo, Republic of the 182.92 billion 1996
77 United Arab Emirates 182.28 billion 2004
78 Mauritius 166.14 billion 2009
79 Guatemala 162.58 billion 2009
80 Belgium 148.45 billion 2009
81 Croatia 142.72 billion 2009
82 Mozambique 135.46 billion 2009
83 Greece 134.06 billion 2009
84 Peru 132.01 billion 2009
85 Austria 128.13 billion 2009
86 Ethiopia 122.17 billion 2009
87 Honduras 112.37 billion 2009
88 Algeria 97.09 billion 2009
89 Comoros 93.34 billion 2009
90 Portugal 91.06 billion 2009
91 New Zealand 90.91 billion 2009
92 Somalia 86.29 billion 1989
93 Finland 82.79 billion 2009
94 Singapore 81.15 billion 2005
95 Estonia 78.94 billion 2009
96 Burundi 71.1 billion 1996
97 Turkey 68.63 billion 2009
98 Ireland 65.73 billion 2009
99 Sierra Leone 65 billion 1995
100 Lithuania 58.06 billion 2008
101 Trinidad and Tobago 52.3 billion 2005
102 Venezuela 40.52 billion 2009
103 Namibia 38.15 billion 2009
104 Bulgaria 33.47 billion 2009
105 Nicaragua 31.55 billion 2009
106 Kyrgyzstan 30.95 billion 2009
107 Slovakia 27.94 billion 2009
108 Cape Verde 26.52 billion 2009
109 Bolivia 22.24 billion 2009
110 Cuba 20.05 billion 2008
111 Ghana 18.66 billion 2009
112 Malawi 17.93 billion 2009
113 Sudan 17.06 billion 2008
114 Tunisia 17 billion 2009
115 Ecuador 16.16 billion 2009
116 Slovenia 13.6 billion 2008
117 Panama 12.99 billion 2009
118 Moldova 11.72 billion 2009
119 Luxembourg 10.93 billion 2009
120 Azerbaijan 10.76 billion 2009
121 Swaziland 10.55 billion 2009
122 Botswana 9.94 billion 2009
123 Cyprus 9.24 billion 2008
124 El Salvador 8.68 billion 2009
125 Turkmenistan 7.9 billion 1991
126 Jordan 7.85 billion 2009
127 Bosnia and Herzegovina 7.3 billion 2005
128 Lesotho 7.15 billion 2009
129 Bhutan 5.99 billion 2009
130 Kuwait 5.39 billion 2004
131 Puerto Rico 5.15 billion 1991
132 Latvia 4.62 billion 2009
133 The Bahamas 4.55 billion 2004
134 Guyana 4.22 billion 2002
135 Georgia 4.07 billion 1996
136 Brunei 3.69 billion 2007
137 Papua New Guinea 3.34 billion 2004
138 Oman 3.05 billion 2004
139 Tajikistan 2.63 billion 2009
140 The Gambia 2.38 billion 2004
141 Maldives 2.38 billion 2004
142 Eritrea 1.83 billion 2007
143 Fiji 1.65 billion 1995
144 Seychelles 1.48 billion 2009
145 Belize 1.45 billion 2008
146 Barbados 786.34 million 2002
147 Antigua and Barbuda 754.31 million 2002
148 Dominica 432 million 2006
149 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 427.85 million 2003
150 Grenada 425.57 million 1999
151 Bahrain 407 million 1985
152 East Timor 353.1 million 2000
153 Saint Kitts and Nevis 298.18 million 2003
154 Malta 243 million 1993
155 Zimbabwe 10.55 million 2005
156 Suriname 2.48 million 1994
157 Democratic Republic of the Congo 1.67 2002

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