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Economy > Spending > Final consumption expenditure, etc. > Constant 2000 US$, % of GDP: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Final consumption expenditure, etc. (constant 2000 US$). Final consumption expenditure (formerly total consumption) is the sum of household final consumption expenditure (formerly private consumption) and general government final consumption expenditure (formerly general government consumption). This estimate includes any statistical discrepancy in the use of resources relative to the supply of resources. Data are in constant 2005 U.S. dollars. Figures expressed as a proportion of GDP for the same year.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Nicaragua 725.69% 2012
2 Afghanistan 128.5% 2005
3 Bosnia and Herzegovina 117.91% 2005
4 Tonga 117.84% 2005
5 Comoros 112.3% 2005
6 Guyana 109.8% 2005
7 East Timor 108.29% 2011
8 Zimbabwe 107.42% 2005
9 Solomon Islands 106.77% 2005
10 Lesotho 106.71% 2012
11 Guinea-Bissau 102.65% 2005
12 Montenegro 99.8% 2005
13 Maldives 98.28% 2005
14 Dominica 98.23% 2005
15 Iceland 97.63% 2012
Potential Future EU Members average (profile) 96.95% 2005
16 Ghana 96.27% 2005
17 Liberia 94.52% 2012
18 Jamaica 93.04% 2005
failed states average (profile) 92.98% 2005
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 92.79% 2012
19 Barbados 91.61% 2008
20 Niger 91.36% 2005
21 Chad 91.16% 2005
22 Suriname 89.88% 2005
23 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 89.84% 2005
Sub-Saharan Africa average (profile) 89.68% 2005
24 Grenada 89.35% 2005
25 Fiji 89.01% 2005
26 Albania 88.52% 2012
27 Sierra Leone 86.93% 2011
Landlocked countries average (profile) 86.05% 2005
28 Vanuatu 85.29% 2005
29 Djibouti 84.89% 2006
Heavily indebted countries average (profile) 84.85% 2005
Christian countries average (profile) 84.7% 2005
30 Antigua and Barbuda 84.43% 2005
31 Georgia 84.33% 2005
Religious countries average (profile) 84.32% 2005
32 United Kingdom 84.17% 2012
Latin America and Caribbean average (profile) 83.83% 2005
Eastern Europe average (profile) 83.61% 2005
33 Central African Republic 82.56% 2008
34 The Gambia 81.65% 2011
Former British colonies average (profile) 81.58% 2005
35 Swaziland 81.16% 2012
Catholic countries average (profile) 81.08% 2005
36 Belize 80.99% 2011
37 Guinea 80.79% 2005
38 El Salvador 80.62% 2012
39 Dominican Republic 80.49% 2012
Muslim countries average (profile) 78.39% 2005
40 Saint Lucia 78% 2005
Cold countries average (profile) 77.72% 2005
41 Armenia 76.86% 2012
42 Burundi 75.83% 2012
43 Aruba 75.81% 2005
44 United States 75.27% 2012
45 Greece 75.12% 2012
46 Portugal 74.93% 2012
47 Cuba 74.44% 2008
48 Cyprus 73.52% 2010
49 Uganda 72.74% 2011
50 Namibia 72.41% 2012
51 Mauritania 72.29% 2012
52 Republic of Macedonia 71.5% 2012
53 France 71.31% 2012
54 Botswana 71.04% 2012
55 Mexico 70.17% 2012
Former French colonies average (profile) 70.17% 2007
56 South Africa 70.12% 2012
57 Mali 70.1% 2007
58 Tanzania 70.07% 2012
59 Cameroon 69.77% 2012
60 Cote d'Ivoire 69.61% 2008
61 Lebanon 69.6% 2012
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 69.45% 2012
62 The Bahamas 69.28% 2012
63 European Union 69.14% 2012
64 Tunisia 68.86% 2012
65 Benin 68.84% 2010
66 Senegal 68.74% 2012
67 Malta 68.7% 2010
68 Italy 68.54% 2012
69 Guatemala 68.16% 2012
70 Germany 68.02% 2012
71 Morocco 67.62% 2012
Middle Eastern and North Africa average (profile) 66.88% 2005
72 Argentina 66.66% 2006
South and Central Asia average (profile) 65.86% 2006
73 Spain 65.8% 2012
74 Mozambique 65.63% 2012
75 Saint Kitts and Nevis 65.51% 2005
Eurozone average (profile) 65.18% 2010
NATO countries average (profile) 64.9% 2012
76 Kenya 64.67% 2012
77 Cambodia 64.63% 2011
Europe average (profile) 64.61% 2010
European Union average (profile) 64.51% 2010
78 Hong Kong 64.51% 2012
79 Slovakia 64.28% 2010
80 Poland 64.2% 2012
81 Malawi 64.16% 2011
82 Denmark 64.13% 2012
83 Finland 63.94% 2012
84 Turkey 63.92% 2012
85 Netherlands 63.43% 2012
86 Belgium 63.36% 2012
87 Croatia 63.23% 2012
88 Slovenia 63.13% 2010
89 South Korea 62.53% 2012
90 Rwanda 62.43% 2012
91 Japan 62.37% 2012
High income OECD countries average (profile) 62.33% 2012
92 Hungary 62.11% 2010
93 Honduras 61.7% 2012
94 Ireland 60.95% 2012
95 Austria 60.83% 2012
96 Togo 60.79% 2011
97 Bangladesh 60.77% 2012
98 Jordan 60.41% 2012
99 Haiti 60.35% 2012
100 Lithuania 60.32% 2010
101 Yemen 60.07% 2010
102 Serbia 60.05% 2011
103 Mauritius 59.11% 2012
104 New Zealand 59.05% 2012
105 Sweden 59.03% 2012
106 Angola 58.83% 2005
107 Burkina Faso 58.51% 2011
108 Madagascar 58.29% 2009
109 Bhutan 57.9% 2011
110 Puerto Rico 57.04% 2011
111 Moldova 57.03% 2012
112 Canada 56.45% 2012
113 Bulgaria 56.43% 2012
114 Algeria 55.45% 2009
South Asia average (profile) 55.18% 2011
115 Ukraine 54.71% 2012
OPEC countries average (profile) 54.64% 2005
116 Sri Lanka 54.14% 2012
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 53.82% 2010
117 Syria 53.29% 2010
118 Kyrgyzstan 53.1% 2012
119 Ecuador 52.98% 2012
120 Romania 52.89% 2012
121 India 52.63% 2012
122 Israel 52.51% 2011
123 Bahrain 52.48% 2005
Non-religious countries average (profile) 52.36% 2012
124 Latvia 52.25% 2010
125 Libya 51.95% 2005
126 Democratic Republic of the Congo 51.8% 2012
127 Tajikistan 51.3% 2012
128 Pakistan 50.97% 2012
129 Estonia 50.54% 2012
130 Czech Republic 50.16% 2012
131 Nepal 49.69% 2012
132 Oman 49.48% 2005
Emerging markets average (profile) 49.31% 2012
133 Sudan 48.55% 2007
134 Switzerland 48.5% 2012
135 Costa Rica 48.46% 2012
136 Chile 47.93% 2012
137 Kuwait 47.86% 2005
138 Belarus 47.75% 2012
139 Peru 47.69% 2012
140 Saudi Arabia 47.68% 2005
141 Philippines 47.45% 2012
142 Panama 47.34% 2012
143 Nigeria 46.76% 2012
144 Uzbekistan 46.1% 2012
145 Norway 45.82% 2012
146 Colombia 45.05% 2012
147 Ethiopia 44.98% 2012
148 Iran 44.92% 2007
149 Uruguay 44.85% 2012
150 Zambia 44.47% 2011
151 Brazil 43.23% 2012
152 Egypt 43.19% 2012
153 Russia 42.66% 2012
154 Australia 42.07% 2012
155 Malaysia 41.68% 2012
156 Thailand 41.66% 2012
157 Vietnam 41.24% 2012
158 United Arab Emirates 40.92% 2011
159 Brunei 40.67% 2012
160 Laos 40.62% 2012
161 Bolivia 39.36% 2012
162 Luxembourg 39.27% 2012
163 Turkmenistan 38.06% 2006
164 Eritrea 38% 2011
165 Mongolia 36.88% 2012
166 Paraguay 35.92% 2012
167 Venezuela 33.59% 2012
168 Indonesia 32.75% 2012
169 Trinidad and Tobago 31.75% 2008
170 Qatar 30.66% 2005
171 Republic of the Congo 30.19% 2011
172 Gabon 29.91% 2012
173 Kazakhstan 28.74% 2012
174 Singapore 28.41% 2012
175 China 25.19% 2012
176 Equatorial Guinea 21.16% 2011
177 Azerbaijan 20.17% 2012
178 Macau 17.59% 2012

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"Countries Compared by Economy > Spending > Final consumption expenditure, etc. > Constant 2000 US$, % of GDP. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", World Bank national accounts data. GDP figures sourced from World Bank national accounts data, and OECD National Accounts data files. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Economy/Spending/Final-consumption-expenditure,-etc./Constant-2000-US$,-%-of-GDP

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