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Economy > National accounts > Local currency at current prices > Expenditure on GDP > Gross fixed capital formation > Cu: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Gross fixed capital formation (formerly gross domestic fixed investment) includes land improvements (fences, ditches, drains, and so on); plant, machinery, and equipment purchases; and the construction of roads, railways, and the like, including schools, offices, hospitals, private residential dwellings, and commercial and industrial buildings. According to the 1993 SNA, net acquisitions of valuables are also considered capital formation. Data are in current local currency.".

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Indonesia 1,743.73 trillion 2009
2 Vietnam 572.53 trillion 2009
3 Colombia 103.66 trillion 2009
4 Japan 97.94 trillion 2009
Emerging markets average (profile) 83.56 trillion 2009
Non-religious countries average (profile) 62.59 trillion 2009
5 Belarus 50.5 trillion 2009
6 India 20.19 trillion 2009
7 Chile 19.63 trillion 2009
Muslim countries average (profile) 17.9 trillion 2005
8 Laos 17.77 trillion 2008
Former French colonies average (profile) 16.59 trillion 2006
9 China 15.53 trillion 2009
10 Lebanon 15.21 trillion 2009
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 14.53 trillion 2009
11 Zambia 13.3 trillion 2009
12 Uzbekistan 12.55 trillion 2009
13 Paraguay 10.73 trillion 2009
14 Cambodia 8.67 trillion 2009
15 Russia 8.38 trillion 2009
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 7.64 trillion 2009
16 Uganda 7.19 trillion 2009
17 Madagascar 6.08 trillion 2009
South Asia average (profile) 5.98 trillion 2009
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 5.55 trillion 2009
18 Hungary 5.36 trillion 2008
19 Kazakhstan 4.95 trillion 2009
20 Guinea 4.71 trillion 2009
21 Costa Rica 4.47 trillion 2009
High income OECD countries average (profile) 4.46 trillion 2009
Heavily indebted countries average (profile) 4 trillion 2008
South and Central Asia average (profile) 3.89 trillion 2009
22 Algeria 3.37 trillion 2009
23 Mongolia 2.97 trillion 2009
24 Tanzania 2.95 trillion 2006
Eastern Europe average (profile) 2.7 trillion 2007
25 Democratic Republic of the Congo 2.61 trillion 2009
26 Mexico 2.58 trillion 2009
Cold countries average (profile) 2.3 trillion 2007
Latin America and Caribbean average (profile) 2.26 trillion 2003
27 Pakistan 2.21 trillion 2009
28 Thailand 2.21 trillion 2009
29 United States 2.13 trillion 2009
30 Equatorial Guinea 1.91 trillion 2009
31 Cameroon 1.69 trillion 2007
32 Senegal 1.68 trillion 2009
33 Bangladesh 1.5 trillion 2009
34 Gabon 1.48 trillion 2009
Catholic countries average (profile) 1.42 trillion 2000
35 Cote d'Ivoire 1.24 trillion 2009
Europe average (profile) 1.23 trillion 2007
36 Sri Lanka 1.15 trillion 2009
37 Philippines 1.13 trillion 2009
38 Congo, Republic of the 1.1 trillion 2009
39 Burma 1.06 trillion 2004
40 Chad 1.06 trillion 2009
41 Armenia 975.55 billion 2009
42 Sierra Leone 974.64 billion 2009
43 Czech Republic 822.06 billion 2009
44 Benin 785.15 billion 2009
45 Mali 765.78 billion 2007
Former British colonies average (profile) 755.46 billion 2005
Sub-Saharan Africa average (profile) 710.83 billion 2005
46 Serbia and Montenegro 692.31 billion 2009
47 Rwanda 649.4 billion 2009
48 Burkina Faso 627 billion 2006
49 Sweden 555.48 billion 2009
50 South Africa 543.39 billion 2009
51 Brazil 525.84 billion 2009
52 Norway 519.56 billion 2009
53 Syria 474.78 billion 2009
54 Kenya 456.77 billion 2009
55 Germany 422.69 billion 2009
56 France 392.1 billion 2009
57 Saudi Arabia 343.8 billion 2009
58 Niger 332.3 billion 2005
59 Albania 331.41 billion 2009
60 Canada 328.47 billion 2009
61 Australia 320.12 billion 2008
62 Denmark 300.83 billion 2009
63 Italy 287.63 billion 2009
64 Poland 282.19 billion 2009
65 Somalia 259.08 billion 1990
66 Spain 252.96 billion 2009
67 Togo 247.48 billion 2005
68 Dominican Republic 246.59 billion 2009
69 Argentina 239.64 billion 2009
70 Jamaica 226.42 billion 2009
71 Morocco 226.05 billion 2009
NATO countries average (profile) 211.64 billion 2009
72 Iceland 207.93 billion 2009
73 United Kingdom 204.27 billion 2009
74 Nepal 203.99 billion 2009
75 Mauritania 184.16 billion 2007
European Union average (profile) 182.74 billion 2009
76 Ukraine 164.52 billion 2009
77 Turkey 160.67 billion 2009
78 Venezuela 154.79 billion 2009
79 Burundi 154.76 billion 2006
80 Afghanistan 149.7 billion 2008
81 Romania 149.04 billion 2009
82 United Arab Emirates 148.5 billion 2007
83 Qatar 140.81 billion 2009
84 Malawi 140.09 billion 2009
85 Malaysia 136.82 billion 2009
86 Uruguay 135.86 billion 2009
87 Israel 128.27 billion 2009
Eurozone average (profile) 119.34 billion 2009
88 Netherlands 108.91 billion 2009
89 Switzerland 108.18 billion 2009
90 Central African Republic 100.6 billion 2009
91 Peru 94.22 billion 2009
92 Guyana 93.75 billion 2008
93 New Caledonia 82.39 billion 1990
94 Croatia 82.26 billion 2009
95 Ethiopia 75.38 billion 2009
96 Singapore 73.34 billion 2008
97 Belgium 72.27 billion 2009
98 Mauritius 71.85 billion 2009
99 Cape Verde 66.14 billion 2009
100 Honduras 61.09 billion 2009
101 Austria 57.98 billion 2009
102 Djibouti 56.49 billion 2007
103 Mozambique 55.16 billion 2009
104 Estonia 46.9 billion 2009
105 Guatemala 45.9 billion 2009
106 Kyrgyzstan 41.57 billion 2009
107 Greece 40.07 billion 2009
108 New Zealand 36.49 billion 2009
109 Nicaragua 34.11 billion 2009
110 Finland 33.45 billion 2009
111 Comoros 33.24 billion 2009
112 Bhutan 33.14 billion 2009
113 Portugal 32.68 billion 2009
114 Libya 31.81 billion 2008
115 Lithuania 27.98 billion 2008
116 Sudan 27.47 billion 2009
117 Ireland 24.69 billion 2009
118 Botswana 23.45 billion 2009
119 Bolivia 20.06 billion 2009
120 Namibia 19.3 billion 2009
121 Trinidad and Tobago 17.93 billion 2003
122 Bulgaria 16.72 billion 2009
123 Ecuador 16.17 billion 2009
124 Slovakia 16.05 billion 2007
125 Zimbabwe 16.03 billion 2005
126 Moldova 15.49 billion 2009
127 Tunisia 13.81 billion 2009
128 Guinea-Bissau 13.69 billion 2002
129 Vanuatu 12.58 billion 2007
130 Slovenia 8.37 billion 2009
131 Azerbaijan 7.59 billion 2009
132 Kuwait 7.53 billion 2008
133 Ghana 7.22 billion 2009
134 Luxembourg 6.58 billion 2009
135 Turkmenistan 6.49 billion 2009
136 Cuba 6.07 billion 2008
137 Panama 5.88 billion 2009
138 Maldives 5.13 billion 2005
139 Puerto Rico 5.01 billion 1991
140 Liberia 4.98 billion 2005
141 Bosnia and Herzegovina 4.72 billion 2009
142 Lesotho 4.33 billion 2009
143 Swaziland 4.23 billion 2009
144 Papua New Guinea 4.04 billion 2009
145 Cyprus 3.95 billion 2008
146 Tajikistan 3.54 billion 2009
147 The Gambia 2.98 billion 2004
148 Latvia 2.82 billion 2009
149 El Salvador 2.77 billion 2009
150 The Bahamas 2.73 billion 2007
151 Jordan 2.63 billion 2009
152 Bahrain 2.62 billion 2008
153 Georgia 2.59 billion 2009
154 Seychelles 2.52 billion 2009
155 Brunei 2.4 billion 2007
156 Antigua and Barbuda 2.32 billion 2009
157 Eritrea 2.23 billion 2007
158 Barbados 1.61 billion 2009
159 Suriname 1.22 billion 2005
160 Fiji 1.19 billion 2008
161 Oman 969.6 million 2001
162 Belize 691.8 million 2008
163 Saint Lucia 604.88 million 2009
164 Saint Kitts and Nevis 583.11 million 2009
165 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 546.75 million 2009
166 Solomon Islands 464.7 million 2006
167 Malta 449.1 million 2007
168 Grenada 391.88 million 2009
169 Dominica 300.63 million 2009
170 Tonga 168.72 million 2009
171 East Timor 69 million 2000
172 Kiribati 25.75 million 1992

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