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Economy > Spending > Household final consumption expenditure, PPP > Current international $, % of GDP: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Household final consumption expenditure, PPP (current international $). Household final consumption expenditure (formerly private consumption) is the market value of all goods and services, including durable products (such as cars, washing machines, and home computers), purchased by households. It excludes purchases of dwellings but includes imputed rent for owner-occupied dwellings. It also includes payments and fees to governments to obtain permits and licenses. Here, household consumption expenditure includes the expenditures of nonprofit institutions serving households, even when reported separately by the country. Data are converted to current international dollars using purchasing power parity rates. Figures expressed as a proportion of GDP for the same year.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Tajikistan 350.7% 2012
2 The Gambia 227.04% 2011
3 Guinea-Bissau 224.7% 2002
4 Eritrea 212.7% 2005
5 Kyrgyzstan 208.27% 2012
6 Afghanistan 192.31% 2011
South and Central Asia average (profile) 191.83% 2005
7 Sierra Leone 187.11% 2005
8 Pakistan 183.5% 2012
9 Ukraine 181.49% 2012
10 Liberia 180.05% 2012
11 Haiti 177.3% 2006
12 Lesotho 162.63% 2012
13 Moldova 161.96% 2012
14 Bangladesh 161.86% 2012
15 Guinea 160.71% 2011
16 Madagascar 158.74% 2009
17 Uzbekistan 157.76% 2005
18 Rwanda 156.82% 2012
19 El Salvador 156.62% 2012
20 Republic of Macedonia 155.84% 2012
21 Albania 154.98% 2012
22 Cambodia 154.05% 2011
23 Ethiopia 153.08% 2012
24 Belarus 151.43% 2012
25 Uganda 150.97% 2011
26 Armenia 147.92% 2012
South Asia average (profile) 147.31% 2011
27 Montenegro 146.76% 2012
28 Nepal 143.44% 2012
29 Tunisia 141.75% 2012
30 Guyana 141.34% 2012
31 Niger 141.04% 2012
32 Malawi 140.73% 2011
33 Egypt 140.7% 2012
34 Mauritania 138.22% 2012
35 Togo 137.18% 2011
36 Burundi 136.3% 2012
37 Vietnam 135.82% 2012
38 Solomon Islands 134.08% 2006
39 Sri Lanka 132.29% 2012
40 Central African Republic 132.1% 2012
41 Yemen 130.17% 2010
42 Benin 129.83% 2010
43 India 128.89% 2012
44 Ghana 128.14% 2012
45 Bulgaria 127.39% 2012
46 Swaziland 126.73% 2011
Sub-Saharan Africa average (profile) 125.91% 2007
47 Mozambique 125.19% 2012
48 Dominican Republic 125.07% 2012
49 Iran 124.54% 2007
50 Serbia 123.86% 2011
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 123.67% 2011
51 Burkina Faso 122.47% 2011
52 Laos 122.43% 2012
53 Senegal 122.2% 2012
54 Comoros 122.06% 2009
55 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 122.02% 2012
56 Tanzania 120.49% 2012
57 Bolivia 119.51% 2012
Latin America and Caribbean average (profile) 119.42% 2005
Muslim countries average (profile) 119.4% 2007
58 Argentina 118.68% 2007
59 Honduras 118.61% 2012
60 Guatemala 117.02% 2012
61 Cameroon 116.82% 2012
Former French colonies average (profile) 115.4% 2008
62 Georgia 115.3% 2012
63 Lebanon 114.71% 2005
64 Kenya 114.12% 2012
65 Paraguay 113.1% 2012
66 Grenada 112.18% 2012
Religious countries average (profile) 112.04% 2011
67 Philippines 111% 2012
68 Turkmenistan 107.66% 2005
Eastern Europe average (profile) 106.13% 2011
69 Mauritius 105.95% 2012
70 Ecuador 104.99% 2012
71 Dominica 104.2% 2012
72 Romania 102.41% 2012
73 Tonga 101.43% 2012
74 Belize 101.07% 2011
75 Jamaica 100.85% 2012
76 Barbados 100.38% 2011
77 Mexico 100.22% 2012
Emerging markets average (profile) 99.87% 2012
78 Poland 99.65% 2012
79 Turkey 99.37% 2012
80 Suriname 99.09% 2005
81 Syria 98.47% 2010
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 97.38% 2011
82 Papua New Guinea 96.76% 2004
83 Mali 96.48% 2011
84 Morocco 96.46% 2012
85 Jordan 96.35% 2012
86 East Timor 96.16% 2011
87 Peru 95.37% 2012
Former British colonies average (profile) 94.59% 2011
88 Saint Lucia 94.08% 2012
89 Thailand 93.69% 2012
90 Cote d'Ivoire 90.53% 2008
91 Djibouti 89.96% 2007
92 Indonesia 89.75% 2012
93 Lithuania 88.23% 2011
94 Hungary 88.06% 2011
95 Russia 86.43% 2012
96 Panama 85.32% 2012
97 Chile 85.25% 2012
98 Chad 83.26% 2012
99 South Africa 82.36% 2012
100 Croatia 82.31% 2012
101 Sudan 82.15% 2012
102 Colombia 81.45% 2012
Cold countries average (profile) 80.74% 2011
103 Saint Kitts and Nevis 80.34% 2012
104 Costa Rica 79.77% 2012
Middle Eastern and North Africa average (profile) 79.64% 2007
105 Bhutan 79.6% 2011
106 United Arab Emirates 79.39% 2005
107 Fiji 79.03% 2008
108 Botswana 78.59% 2012
109 Venezuela 78.09% 2005
110 The Bahamas 77.92% 2012
111 Mongolia 76.93% 2012
112 Latvia 76.74% 2011
Europe average (profile) 76.62% 2011
Heavily indebted countries average (profile) 75.9% 2011
113 Greece 75.21% 2012
114 Vanuatu 74.82% 2011
115 Antigua and Barbuda 73.59% 2012
116 Namibia 73.36% 2012
117 Portugal 71.84% 2012
118 Cyprus 71.61% 2010
119 United States 71.09% 2012
120 Malaysia 70.43% 2012
121 Slovakia 70.13% 2011
122 Malta 68.23% 2011
123 South Korea 67.91% 2012
124 Kazakhstan 67.85% 2012
OPEC countries average (profile) 67.01% 2005
NATO countries average (profile) 66.84% 2012
125 Uruguay 65.78% 2012
126 Hong Kong 65.55% 2012
127 Czech Republic 64.7% 2012
128 Brazil 64.52% 2012
129 Estonia 62.24% 2012
European Union average (profile) 59.88% 2011
Non-religious countries average (profile) 59.11% 2012
130 United Kingdom 59.03% 2012
131 Azerbaijan 58.03% 2012
132 Spain 57.78% 2012
133 Slovenia 57.57% 2011
134 Cape Verde 56.89% 2011
135 European Union 55.66% 2012
136 Nigeria 55.43% 2012
137 Italy 55.28% 2012
138 Algeria 54.68% 2012
139 Germany 54.04% 2012
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 53.46% 2012
Eurozone average (profile) 52.37% 2011
140 China 51.91% 2012
High income OECD countries average (profile) 51.87% 2012
141 Zambia 50.62% 2011
142 France 50.16% 2012
143 Austria 48.77% 2012
144 Nicaragua 48.44% 2011
145 Israel 48.34% 2011
146 New Zealand 47.59% 2012
147 Bahrain 46.08% 2011
148 Belgium 45.85% 2012
149 Iceland 43.78% 2012
150 Canada 43.29% 2012
151 Finland 42.72% 2012
152 Japan 41.3% 2012
153 Netherlands 39.94% 2012
154 Gabon 39.71% 2007
155 Ireland 39.48% 2012
156 Equatorial Guinea 39.04% 2011
157 Republic of the Congo 38.84% 2011
158 Sweden 35.66% 2012
159 Switzerland 34.42% 2012
160 Angola 34.19% 2012
161 Australia 33.93% 2012
162 Oman 33.92% 2011
163 Denmark 33.09% 2012
164 Singapore 31.63% 2012
165 Saudi Arabia 30.27% 2012
166 Libya 27.89% 2008
167 Brunei 25.95% 2012
168 Luxembourg 24.15% 2012
169 Norway 24.1% 2012
170 Kuwait 21.92% 2011
171 Macau 20.67% 2012
172 Qatar 10.65% 2011
173 Democratic Republic of the Congo 9.85% 2010
174 Trinidad and Tobago 5.18% 2008

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"Countries Compared by Economy > Spending > Household final consumption expenditure, PPP > Current international $, % of GDP. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", World Bank, International Comparison Program database. GDP figures sourced from World Bank national accounts data, and OECD National Accounts data files. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Economy/Spending/Household-final-consumption-expenditure,-PPP/Current-international-$,-%-of-GDP

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