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Economy > Savings > Gross savings > Current US$: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Gross savings (current US$). Gross savings are calculated as gross national income less total consumption, plus net transfers. Data are in current U.S. dollars.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 China $4.21 trillion 2012
2 United States $2.69 trillion 2012
3 Japan $1.29 trillion 2012
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) $893.70 billion 2012
4 Germany $829.20 billion 2012
5 India $624.85 billion 2012
6 Russia $597.21 billion 2012
Non-religious countries average (profile) $572.74 billion 2012
7 France $457.79 billion 2012
8 Australia $387.25 billion 2012
9 Canada $378.90 billion 2012
10 Italy $350.57 billion 2012
11 South Korea $349.56 billion 2012
12 Saudi Arabia $337.84 billion 2011
Emerging markets average (profile) $333.18 billion 2012
13 Brazil $332.74 billion 2012
High income OECD countries average (profile) $317.53 billion 2012
14 Indonesia $281.26 billion 2012
15 United Kingdom $266.60 billion 2012
Cold countries average (profile) $254.49 billion 2011
16 Mexico $253.38 billion 2012
17 Spain $250.50 billion 2012
18 Switzerland $207.02 billion 2012
Heavily indebted countries average (profile) $202.44 billion 2011
19 Norway $196.13 billion 2012
20 Netherlands $191.01 billion 2012
South Asia average (profile) $178.46 billion 2012
NATO countries average (profile) $158.31 billion 2012
Eurozone average (profile) $154.13 billion 2011
21 Sweden $131.47 billion 2012
European Union average (profile) $126.88 billion 2011
22 Singapore $125.22 billion 2012
23 Turkey $114.10 billion 2012
24 Qatar $113.59 billion 2011
25 Thailand $110.63 billion 2012
26 Nigeria $107.67 billion 2012
Europe average (profile) $104.30 billion 2011
27 Argentina $104.05 billion 2012
28 Venezuela $97.77 billion 2012
29 Algeria $97.71 billion 2012
30 Malaysia $97.20 billion 2012
31 Austria $97.06 billion 2012
32 Belgium $96.89 billion 2012
Former British colonies average (profile) $96.80 billion 2010
Religious countries average (profile) $92.75 billion 2011
33 Poland $85.94 billion 2012
34 Hong Kong $74.55 billion 2012
35 Denmark $72.59 billion 2012
36 Colombia $69.64 billion 2012
37 Kuwait $65.92 billion 2010
38 Libya $62.51 billion 2008
39 Philippines $59.77 billion 2012
40 Chile $57.80 billion 2012
Former Soviet republics average (profile) $56.42 billion 2011
41 Kazakhstan $53.39 billion 2012
42 Romania $53.12 billion 2012
43 Peru $51.76 billion 2012
44 South Africa $50.56 billion 2012
45 Vietnam $49.26 billion 2012
Eastern Europe average (profile) $47.24 billion 2011
46 Bangladesh $46.28 billion 2012
47 Pakistan $45.78 billion 2012
48 Finland $44.85 billion 2012
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) $42.76 billion 2012
49 Czech Republic $41.25 billion 2012
50 Iran $39.25 billion 2000
51 Israel $38.22 billion 2011
52 Egypt $34.24 billion 2012
53 Portugal $33.81 billion 2012
54 Ireland $33.79 billion 2012
55 Hungary $32.03 billion 2011
Latin America and Caribbean average (profile) $30.75 billion 2008
56 Azerbaijan $27.89 billion 2012
57 Morocco $24.72 billion 2012
58 Greece $24.44 billion 2012
59 New Zealand $23.79 billion 2011
60 Oman $22.94 billion 2008
61 Ecuador $22.57 billion 2012
62 Macau $21.11 billion 2011
63 Slovakia $21.07 billion 2011
64 Angola $20.51 billion 2012
65 Belarus $19.93 billion 2012
Potential Future EU Members average (profile) $17.62 billion 2012
66 Ukraine $16.35 billion 2012
67 Sri Lanka $14.31 billion 2012
68 Ethiopia $11.98 billion 2012
69 Trinidad and Tobago $11.94 billion 2008
70 Croatia $11.17 billion 2012
71 Bulgaria $11.06 billion 2012
72 Slovenia $10.75 billion 2011
73 Syria $9.94 billion 2010
74 Panama $9.69 billion 2012
75 Luxembourg $9.09 billion 2012
76 Ghana $8.75 billion 2012
77 Serbia $7.78 billion 2011
78 Nepal $7.73 billion 2012
79 Uruguay $7.50 billion 2012
80 Lithuania $7.33 billion 2011
81 Latvia $7.32 billion 2011
82 Costa Rica $7.19 billion 2012
83 Bolivia $6.95 billion 2012
84 Tanzania $6.64 billion 2012
85 Tunisia $6.62 billion 2012
86 Guatemala $6.08 billion 2012
87 Lebanon $5.84 billion 2012
88 Botswana $5.82 billion 2012
89 Sudan $5.81 billion 2012
90 Zambia $5.75 billion 2011
91 Estonia $5.60 billion 2012
92 Brunei $5.46 billion 2009
93 Dominican Republic $5.45 billion 2012
Former French colonies average (profile) $5.26 billion 2005
94 Bahrain $5.02 billion 2010
95 Cameroon $4.00 billion 2012
96 Gabon $3.83 billion 2005
97 Kenya $3.82 billion 2012
98 East Timor $3.69 billion 2011
99 Mongolia $3.42 billion 2012
100 Paraguay $3.15 billion 2012
101 Honduras $3.01 billion 2012
102 Georgia $2.89 billion 2012
103 Cote d'Ivoire $2.87 billion 2008
104 Jordan $2.62 billion 2012
105 Uganda $2.59 billion 2011
106 Yemen $2.58 billion 2010
107 Bosnia and Herzegovina $2.53 billion 2012
108 Republic of Macedonia $2.45 billion 2012
109 Senegal $2.39 billion 2010
110 Namibia $2.30 billion 2011
111 El Salvador $2.12 billion 2012
112 Burkina Faso $2.11 billion 2010
113 Cyprus $2.03 billion 2010
114 Haiti $2.01 billion 2012
115 Kyrgyzstan $1.92 billion 2012
116 Albania $1.83 billion 2012
117 Nicaragua $1.82 billion 2012
118 Democratic Republic of the Congo $1.77 billion 2007
119 Mozambique $1.76 billion 2012
120 Mauritius $1.58 billion 2012
121 Tajikistan $1.55 billion 2012
122 Laos $1.48 billion 2012
123 Cambodia $1.36 billion 2011
124 Republic of the Congo $1.27 billion 2007
125 Iceland $1.26 billion 2012
126 Zimbabwe $1.25 billion 1994
127 Jamaica $1.22 billion 2012
128 Papua New Guinea $1.19 billion 2004
129 Kosovo $1.18 billion 2012
130 Armenia $1.16 billion 2012
131 Niger $1.15 billion 2010
132 Malta $1.06 billion 2011
Sub-Saharan Africa average (profile) $1.05 billion 1994
133 Moldova $928.70 million 2012
134 Benin $856.01 million 2010
135 Rwanda $820.14 million 2012
136 Bhutan $816.06 million 2011
137 Mali $803.87 million 2010
138 Malawi $705.42 million 2011
139 The Bahamas $685.53 million 2012
140 Cape Verde $652.66 million 2011
141 Liberia $483.17 million 2011
142 Lesotho $442.48 million 2012
143 Burundi $433.79 million 2012
144 Fiji $402.44 million 2008
145 Madagascar $402.10 million 2005
146 Barbados $371.91 million 2010
147 Turkmenistan $367.65 million 1997
148 Guyana $316.00 million 2012
149 Sierra Leone $301.09 million 2011
150 Mauritania $286.70 million 1998
151 Antigua and Barbuda $282.52 million 2012
152 Belize $235.43 million 2011
153 Djibouti $201.01 million 2005
154 Suriname $163.21 million 2005
155 The Gambia $161.18 million 2011
156 Saint Lucia $160.52 million 2012
157 Vanuatu $151.89 million 2011
158 Saint Kitts and Nevis $140.72 million 2012
159 Chad $137.84 million 1994
160 Central African Republic $128.46 million 1994
161 Maldives $128.12 million 2005
162 Eritrea $111.75 million 2000
163 Swaziland $75.90 million 2010
164 Dominica $51.74 million 2012
165 Solomon Islands $47.12 million 2006
166 Comoros $26.17 million 1995
167 Kiribati $22.40 million 1992
168 Equatorial Guinea $21.72 million 1996
169 Guinea-Bissau $12.52 million 2010
170 Tonga $12.43 million 2009
171 Togo $1.06 million 2010
172 Montenegro $-9,070,862.55 2012
173 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines $-47,563,493.70 2012
174 Grenada $-77,820,794.86 2012
175 Guinea $-316,646,772.04 2011
176 Afghanistan $-3,057,971,709.55 2012

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