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Industry > Changes in inventories > Current US$: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Inventories are stocks of goods held by firms to meet temporary or unexpected fluctuations in production or sales, and "work in progress." Data are in current U.S. dollars.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 United States 55.6 billion$ 2004
2 China 25.57 billion$ 2005
3 India 23.5 billion$ 2005
4 Russia 20.72 billion$ 2005
5 Mexico 19.13 billion$ 2005
6 Turkey 18.89 billion$ 2005
7 Brazil 17.87 billion$ 2005
8 Iran 11.16 billion$ 2005
9 France 10.09 billion$ 2005
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 9.68 billion$ 2004
Non-religious countries average (profile) 6.43 billion$ 2004
10 Algeria 6.33 billion$ 2005
Emerging markets average (profile) 6.09 billion$ 2005
11 South Korea 6.07 billion$ 2005
12 Canada 5.98 billion$ 2004
13 Italy 5.67 billion$ 2005
14 Norway 5.63 billion$ 2005
15 Belgium 5.51 billion$ 2005
16 Thailand 4.71 billion$ 2005
South Asia average (profile) 3.97 billion$ 2004
17 Saudi Arabia 3.8 billion$ 2005
18 Venezuela 3.74 billion$ 2005
19 United Kingdom 3.72 billion$ 2005
20 Spain 3.61 billion$ 2005
Cold countries average (profile) 3.41 billion$ 1999
High income OECD countries average (profile) 3.31 billion$ 2004
Heavily indebted countries average (profile) 2.77 billion$ 1989
NATO countries average (profile) 2.6 billion$ 2005
21 Poland 2.6 billion$ 2005
22 South Africa 2.56 billion$ 2005
23 United Arab Emirates 2.1 billion$ 2005
Eurozone average (profile) 2.05 billion$ 2005
24 Finland 2.03 billion$ 2005
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 1.79 billion$ 2005
25 Pakistan 1.75 billion$ 2005
European Union average (profile) 1.7 billion$ 2005
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 1.62 billion$ 2004
26 Germany 1.6 billion$ 2005
27 Australia 1.56 billion$ 2004
28 Kazakhstan 1.49 billion$ 2005
29 Austria 1.37 billion$ 2005
30 Argentina 1.34 billion$ 1979
31 Portugal 1.34 billion$ 2005
32 Costa Rica 1.33 billion$ 2005
33 Sudan 1.32 billion$ 2005
34 Czech Republic 1.26 billion$ 2005
35 Guatemala 1.23 billion$ 2005
36 Vietnam 1.22 billion$ 2005
Europe average (profile) 1.18 billion$ 1999
37 Israel 1.17 billion$ 2005
38 Bulgaria 1.13 billion$ 2005
39 Slovakia 1.12 billion$ 2005
40 New Zealand 1.09 billion$ 2004
41 Croatia 1.06 billion$ 2005
OPEC countries average (profile) 1.05 billion$ 1999
42 Botswana 1.05 billion$ 2005
43 Chile 991.65 million$ 2005
44 Ireland 978.77 million$ 2004
45 Ecuador 852.09 million$ 2005
46 Qatar 811.26 million$ 2005
47 Indonesia 754.61 million$ 2005
48 Nepal 734.71 million$ 2005
49 Latvia 689.73 million$ 2005
50 Lithuania 685.75 million$ 2005
51 Denmark 683.01 million$ 2005
52 Slovenia 556.17 million$ 2005
53 Honduras 543.58 million$ 2005
54 Hungary 522.59 million$ 2005
55 Belarus 501.62 million$ 2005
56 Luxembourg 404.55 million$ 2005
57 Estonia 352.36 million$ 2005
58 Panama 332.87 million$ 2005
59 Syria 313.24 million$ 1974
60 Colombia 250.7 million$ 2005
61 Azerbaijan 230.16 million$ 2005
62 Philippines 228.89 million$ 2005
63 Morocco 225.61 million$ 2005
64 Tunisia 220.35 million$ 2005
65 Sweden 218.92 million$ 2005
66 Turkmenistan 194.04 million$ 1996
67 Bosnia and Herzegovina 192.27 million$ 1999
68 Moldova 158.49 million$ 2005
69 Yemen 154.08 million$ 2004
70 Senegal 149.1 million$ 2005
71 Cote d'Ivoire 148.03 million$ 2004
72 Papua New Guinea 146.65 million$ 1999
73 Ukraine 145.83 million$ 2005
74 Cambodia 130.46 million$ 2005
75 Greece 129.34 million$ 2005
76 Paraguay 128.59 million$ 2005
77 Mauritius 122.56 million$ 2005
78 Bahrain 121.28 million$ 2004
79 Kuwait 114.98 million$ 1999
80 Cyprus 110.64 million$ 1999
81 Cameroon 103.64 million$ 2004
82 Bolivia 89.98 million$ 2005
83 Jordan 88.86 million$ 1991
84 Dominican Republic 85.03 million$ 2005
85 Malta 83.82 million$ 2005
86 Zambia 80.87 million$ 2005
87 Mongolia 70.71 million$ 2005
88 El Salvador 70.5 million$ 2004
89 Chad 68.37 million$ 2005
90 Afghanistan 52.46 million$ 2005
91 Egypt 49.96 million$ 2005
92 Libya 47.22 million$ 2002
93 Nicaragua 47.17 million$ 2005
94 Uruguay 44.91 million$ 2005
95 Democratic Republic of the Congo 43.64 million$ 1996
96 Trinidad and Tobago 42.08 million$ 1984
97 Tajikistan 34.68 million$ 2005
98 Macau 29.89 million$ 2002
99 Puerto Rico 29.8 million$ 1991
100 Benin 28.63 million$ 2005
101 Georgia 27.58 million$ 2005
102 Suriname 23.54 million$ 1989
103 Congo, Republic of the 22.75 million$ 2005
104 Uganda 20.33 million$ 2005
105 Namibia 19.92 million$ 2005
106 Belize 19.25 million$ 2005
107 Fiji 18.79 million$ 2000
108 Armenia 18.4 million$ 2005
109 Malawi 17.17 million$ 2005
110 Tanzania 16.44 million$ 2005
111 Eritrea 15.56 million$ 1992
112 Guyana 13.57 million$ 1990
113 The Gambia 13.37 million$ 2004
114 Mali 12.22 million$ 1977
115 Swaziland 11.71 million$ 1997
116 Liberia 10 million$ 1986
117 Mauritania 9.4 million$ 1984
118 Albania 9 million$ 1989
119 Dominica 8.52 million$ 2003
120 Comoros 6.31 million$ 2004
121 Sierra Leone 6.25 million$ 1991
122 Nigeria 5.51 million$ 1997
123 Somalia 5.5 million$ 1990
124 Niger 5.16 million$ 2003
125 Barbados 4.57 million$ 2004
126 Grenada 4.44 million$ 1995
127 Gabon 3.71 million$ 1996
128 Sri Lanka 3.02 million$ 2005
129 Federated States of Micronesia 2.4 million$ 1983
130 The Bahamas 2 million$ 1987
131 Burundi 1.86 million$ 2005
132 Rwanda 1.79 million$ 1989
133 Lesotho 1.73 million$ 2005
134 Tonga 1.48 million$ 2004
135 Ghana 1.22 million$ 2002
136 Jamaica 943,217.7$ 2005
137 Guinea 246,955.9$ 2005
138 Kiribati 183,607.5$ 1992
139 Vanuatu -426,108.8$ 1999
140 Maldives -807,136.8$ 1995
141 Cape Verde -822,036.8$ 1991
142 Sao Tome and Principe -995,598.9$ 1990
143 Seychelles -1,035,008$ 2005
144 Bhutan -1,057,036$ 2004
145 Central African Republic -1,281,143$ 1999
146 Uzbekistan -3,349,213$ 2005
147 Kyrgyzstan -3,593,544$ 2005
148 Burkina Faso -8,094,560$ 1997
149 Iceland -13,694,390$ 2005
150 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines -30,667,040$ 2005
151 New Caledonia -37,939,650$ 1990
152 Malaysia -52,631,580$ 2005
153 Madagascar -64,001,300$ 1991
154 Serbia and Montenegro -75,122,670$ 2005
155 Togo -81,503,140$ 2005
156 Lebanon -85,572,140$ 2003
157 Angola -102,217,100$ 1999
158 Zimbabwe -115,960,700$ 2005
159 Peru -192,354,400$ 2005
160 Kenya -335,005,400$ 2005
161 Romania -403,616,100$ 2005
162 Hong Kong -653,823,100$ 2005
163 Netherlands -1,769,680,000$ 2005
164 Switzerland -2,105,187,000$ 2004
165 Singapore -3,770,388,000$ 2005
166 Japan -8,702,074,000$ 2004

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