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Economy > Savings > Gross savings > Current LCU: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Gross savings (current LCU). Gross savings are calculated as gross national income less total consumption, plus net transfers. Data are in current local currency.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Indonesia 2,640.11 trillion 2012
2 Vietnam 1,026.03 trillion 2012
3 South Korea 393.77 trillion 2012
4 Iran 224.94 trillion 2000
5 Belarus 166.17 trillion 2012
Emerging markets average (profile) 131.32 trillion 2012
6 Colombia 125.21 trillion 2012
7 Japan 102.58 trillion 2012
Non-religious countries average (profile) 89.16 trillion 2012
8 India 34 trillion 2012
9 Chile 27.96 trillion 2012
10 Zambia 27.94 trillion 2011
11 China 26.57 trillion 2012
High income OECD countries average (profile) 19.77 trillion 2012
12 Russia 18.56 trillion 2012
13 Nigeria 16.88 trillion 2012
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 15.3 trillion 2012
Former French colonies average (profile) 14.61 trillion 2005
14 Paraguay 13.88 trillion 2012
15 Laos 11.82 trillion 2012
16 Tanzania 10.51 trillion 2012
South Asia average (profile) 10.39 trillion 2012
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 9.9 trillion 2012
17 Lebanon 8.8 trillion 2012
Religious countries average (profile) 8.5 trillion 2011
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 8.07 trillion 2011
18 Kazakhstan 7.96 trillion 2012
19 Algeria 7.52 trillion 2012
20 Hungary 6.44 trillion 2011
21 Uganda 6.02 trillion 2011
22 Cambodia 5.52 trillion 2011
Eastern Europe average (profile) 5.27 trillion 2011
23 Mongolia 4.64 trillion 2012
Cold countries average (profile) 4.58 trillion 2011
Latin America and Caribbean average (profile) 4.31 trillion 2008
24 Pakistan 4.09 trillion 2012
25 Bangladesh 3.65 trillion 2012
26 Costa Rica 3.62 trillion 2012
Heavily indebted countries average (profile) 3.57 trillion 2011
27 Thailand 3.44 trillion 2012
28 Mexico 3.33 trillion 2012
29 United States 2.69 trillion 2012
30 Philippines 2.52 trillion 2012
Europe average (profile) 2.51 trillion 2011
31 Cameroon 2.04 trillion 2012
Former British colonies average (profile) 2.02 trillion 2010
32 Gabon 2.02 trillion 2005
33 Angola 1.96 trillion 2012
34 Sri Lanka 1.83 trillion 2012
35 Sierra Leone 1.31 trillion 2011
36 Cote d'Ivoire 1.28 trillion 2008
37 Saudi Arabia 1.27 trillion 2011
38 Senegal 1.18 trillion 2010
39 Norway 1.14 trillion 2012
40 Burkina Faso 1.04 trillion 2010
41 Democratic Republic of the Congo 916.79 billion 2007
42 Sweden 890.72 billion 2012
43 Czech Republic 807.65 billion 2012
44 Madagascar 805.42 billion 2005
45 Brazil 650.29 billion 2012
46 Germany 644.95 billion 2012
47 Nepal 626.18 billion 2012
48 Burundi 625.75 billion 2012
49 Republic of the Congo 609.59 billion 2007
50 Hong Kong 578.26 billion 2012
51 Serbia 570.24 billion 2011
52 Niger 570.04 billion 2010
53 Yemen 552.34 billion 2010
54 Rwanda 503.81 billion 2012
55 Argentina 473.57 billion 2012
56 Armenia 466.41 billion 2012
57 Syria 464.48 billion 2010
58 Benin 423.96 billion 2010
59 Denmark 420.47 billion 2012
60 Venezuela 419.39 billion 2012
European Union average (profile) 415.84 billion 2011
61 South Africa 415.12 billion 2012
62 Qatar 413.46 billion 2011
63 Mali 398.14 billion 2010
64 Canada 378.6 billion 2012
65 Australia 375.54 billion 2012
66 France 356.07 billion 2012
67 Kenya 322.8 billion 2012
68 Malaysia 299.93 billion 2012
69 Poland 279.91 billion 2012
70 Italy 272.67 billion 2012
NATO countries average (profile) 261.22 billion 2012
71 Dominican Republic 213.99 billion 2012
72 Morocco 213.29 billion 2012
73 Ethiopia 212.13 billion 2012
74 Egypt 205.26 billion 2012
75 Turkey 204.82 billion 2012
76 Albania 198.08 billion 2012
77 Spain 194.84 billion 2012
78 Switzerland 194.12 billion 2012
79 Macau 169.25 billion 2011
80 United Kingdom 168.76 billion 2012
81 Romania 161.95 billion 2012
82 Singapore 157.52 billion 2012
83 Iceland 157.32 billion 2012
84 Uruguay 152.37 billion 2012
85 Netherlands 148.56 billion 2012
86 Israel 136.77 billion 2011
87 Peru 136.65 billion 2012
88 Ukraine 130.64 billion 2012
Sub-Saharan Africa average (profile) 125.89 billion 1994
89 Republic of Macedonia 117.47 billion 2012
Eurozone average (profile) 110.88 billion 2011
90 Malawi 110.41 billion 2011
91 Jamaica 108.72 billion 2012
Potential Future EU Members average (profile) 97.47 billion 2012
92 Kyrgyzstan 90.01 billion 2012
93 Haiti 84.32 billion 2012
94 Chad 76.53 billion 1994
95 Libya 76.49 billion 2008
96 Austria 75.49 billion 2012
97 Belgium 75.36 billion 2012
98 Trinidad and Tobago 74.71 billion 2008
99 Central African Republic 71.32 billion 1994
100 Guyana 64.59 billion 2012
101 Croatia 62.31 billion 2012
102 Honduras 59.21 billion 2012
103 Mauritania 54.04 billion 1998
104 Mauritius 51.86 billion 2012
105 Cape Verde 51.77 billion 2011
106 Mozambique 49.94 billion 2012
107 Bolivia 48.06 billion 2012
108 Guatemala 47.63 billion 2012
109 Botswana 44.36 billion 2012
110 Nicaragua 42.92 billion 2012
111 Bhutan 38.09 billion 2011
112 Djibouti 35.72 billion 2005
113 Liberia 34.9 billion 2011
114 Finland 34.88 billion 2012
115 New Zealand 30.21 billion 2011
116 Portugal 26.3 billion 2012
117 Ireland 26.29 billion 2012
118 Azerbaijan 22.61 billion 2012
119 Ecuador 22.57 billion 2012
120 Sudan 20.75 billion 2012
121 Greece 19.01 billion 2012
122 Kuwait 18.89 billion 2010
123 Lithuania 18.18 billion 2011
124 Bulgaria 16.83 billion 2012
125 Namibia 16.7 billion 2011
126 Ghana 15.72 billion 2012
127 Slovakia 15.16 billion 2011
128 Vanuatu 13.59 billion 2011
129 Moldova 11.25 billion 2012
130 Equatorial Guinea 11.11 billion 1996
131 Tunisia 10.34 billion 2012
132 Comoros 9.8 billion 1995
133 Panama 9.69 billion 2012
134 Oman 8.82 billion 2008
135 Tajikistan 8.02 billion 2012
136 Brunei 7.95 billion 2009
137 Slovenia 7.74 billion 2011
138 Luxembourg 7.07 billion 2012
139 Guinea-Bissau 6.2 billion 2010
140 Georgia 4.79 billion 2012
141 The Gambia 4.75 billion 2011
142 Estonia 4.35 billion 2012
143 Papua New Guinea 3.85 billion 2004
144 Bosnia and Herzegovina 3.71 billion 2012
145 East Timor 3.69 billion 2011
146 Latvia 3.67 billion 2011
147 Lesotho 3.63 billion 2012
148 El Salvador 2.12 billion 2012
149 Bahrain 1.89 billion 2010
150 Jordan 1.86 billion 2012
151 Maldives 1.64 billion 2005
152 Cyprus 1.53 billion 2010
153 Zimbabwe 1.25 billion 1994
154 Eritrea 1.08 billion 2000
155 Kosovo 919.72 million 2012
156 Malta 765.87 million 2011
157 Antigua and Barbuda 762.81 million 2012
158 Barbados 743.83 million 2010
159 The Bahamas 685.53 million 2012
160 Fiji 641.37 million 2008
161 Swaziland 555.72 million 2010
162 Togo 526.86 million 2010
163 Belize 470.86 million 2011
164 Suriname 445.89 million 2005
165 Saint Lucia 433.42 million 2012
166 Saint Kitts and Nevis 379.95 million 2012
167 Solomon Islands 358.52 million 2006
168 Turkmenistan 333.39 million 1997
169 Dominica 139.7 million 2012
170 Kiribati 30.5 million 1992
171 Tonga 25.93 million 2009
172 Montenegro -6,795,754.209 2012
173 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines -128,421,433 2012
174 Grenada -210,116,149.837 2012
175 Afghanistan -158,262,777,517.753 2012
176 Guinea -2,108,244,106,062.85 2011

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