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Cold countries Compared by Economy > Spending > Gross national expenditure > Constant 2000 US$

DEFINITION: Gross national expenditure (constant 2000 US$). Gross national expenditure (formerly domestic absorption) is the sum of household final consumption expenditure (formerly private consumption), general government final consumption expenditure (formerly general government consumption), and gross capital formation (formerly gross domestic investment). Data are in constant 2005 U.S. dollars.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 United States $14.62 trillion 2012
2 China $4.26 trillion 2012
3 Germany $2.85 trillion 2012
4 United Kingdom $2.41 trillion 2012
5 Canada $1.32 trillion 2012
6 Russia $990.25 billion 2012
7 Poland $405.65 billion 2012
8 Switzerland $395.48 billion 2012
9 Belgium $393.26 billion 2012
10 Sweden $390.92 billion 2012
11 Austria $316.35 billion 2012
12 Norway $306.88 billion 2012
13 Denmark $247.86 billion 2012
14 Finland $201.55 billion 2012
15 Chile $178.03 billion 2012
16 Ireland $155.76 billion 2012
17 Czech Republic $134.16 billion 2012
18 Romania $127.85 billion 2012
19 Ukraine $112.86 billion 2012
20 Hungary $100.17 billion 2010
21 Kazakhstan $87.48 billion 2012
22 Slovakia $74.27 billion 2010
23 Belarus $50.58 billion 2012
24 Slovenia $38.62 billion 2010
25 Luxembourg $32.89 billion 2012
26 Lithuania $27.47 billion 2010
27 Bosnia and Herzegovina $18.01 billion 2012
28 Estonia $15.99 billion 2012
29 Latvia $15.58 billion 2010
30 Iceland $15.55 billion 2012
31 Nepal $13.92 billion 2012
32 Armenia $9.29 billion 2012
33 Republic of Macedonia $9.10 billion 2012
34 Georgia $7.55 billion 2005
35 Mongolia $6.85 billion 2012
36 Kyrgyzstan $4.59 billion 2012
37 Tajikistan $4.56 billion 2012
38 Bhutan $1.61 billion 2011

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Cold countries Compared by Economy > Spending > Gross national expenditure > Constant 2000 US$

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Interesting observations about Economy > Spending > Gross national expenditure > Constant 2000 US$

  • United States ranked first for spending > gross national expenditure > constant 2000 US$ amongst English speaking countries in 2012.
  • 6 of the bottom 19 countries by spending > gross national expenditure > constant 2000 US$ are Christian.
  • 13 of the bottom 138 countries by spending > gross national expenditure > constant 2000 US$ are NATO.
  • 18 of the bottom 180 countries by spending > gross national expenditure > constant 2000 US$ are Eurozone.
  • 5 of the bottom 164 countries by spending > gross national expenditure > constant 2000 US$ are Western European.
  • 9 of the bottom 141 countries by spending > gross national expenditure > constant 2000 US$ are Emerging markets'.
  • 28 of the bottom 180 countries by spending > gross national expenditure > constant 2000 US$ are European Union.
  • 27 of the bottom 148 countries by spending > gross national expenditure > constant 2000 US$ are European.
  • 4 of the bottom 12 countries by spending > gross national expenditure > constant 2000 US$ are Heavily indebted.
  • 13 of the bottom 182 countries by spending > gross national expenditure > constant 2000 US$ are Non-religious.
  • 23 of the bottom 182 countries by spending > gross national expenditure > constant 2000 US$ are East Asian and Pacific.
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