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Economy > Spending > Household final consumption expenditure > Current LCU per capita: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Household final consumption expenditure (current LCU). 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 in current local currency. Figures expressed per capita for the same year.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Belarus 25.88 million 2012
2 Vietnam 23.58 million 2012
3 Indonesia 18.21 million 2012
4 Iran 16.65 million 2007
5 South Korea 13.61 million 2012
6 Paraguay 12.28 million 2012
7 Lebanon 11.14 million 2012
8 Colombia 8.57 million 2012
9 Laos 7.79 million 2012
10 Equatorial Guinea 4.79 million 2011
11 Chile 4.67 million 2012
12 Zambia 3.11 million 2011
13 Costa Rica 3.07 million 2012
14 Cambodia 2.95 million 2011
15 Iceland 2.85 million 2012
16 Guinea 2.71 million 2011
17 Mongolia 2.65 million 2012
Former Soviet republics average (profile) 2.31 million 2012
18 Japan 2.27 million 2012
Non-religious countries average (profile) 2.04 million 2012
19 Sierra Leone 1.86 million 2011
20 Uzbekistan 1.83 million 2012
21 Hungary 1.79 million 2011
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) 1.72 million 2012
Former French colonies average (profile) 1.69 million 2009
Emerging markets average (profile) 1.47 million 2012
22 Gabon 1.37 million 2007
Landlocked countries average (profile) 1.22 million 2011
23 Armenia 1.19 million 2012
24 New Caledonia 1.15 million 1990
Eastern Europe average (profile) 1.06 million 2011
Muslim countries average (profile) 949,729.6 2011
Latin America and Caribbean average (profile) 939,681.42 2011
High income OECD countries average (profile) 850,585.95 2012
25 Uganda 831,487.03 2011
26 Kazakhstan 825,425.93 2012
Cold countries average (profile) 787,663.41 2011
Catholic countries average (profile) 771,922.4 2008
Middle Eastern and North Africa average (profile) 731,955.58 2010
27 Madagascar 666,044.43 2009
28 Guyana 662,125.38 2012
Religious countries average (profile) 603,044.65 2012
29 Tanzania 576,055.54 2012
30 Republic of the Congo 568,567.37 2011
Europe average (profile) 541,638.23 2011
Heavily indebted countries average (profile) 465,089.11 2011
Christian countries average (profile) 444,848.36 2010
31 Jamaica 418,046.9 2012
32 Cameroon 416,362.4 2012
33 Senegal 384,061.93 2012
34 Cote d'Ivoire 380,778.15 2008
35 Albania 370,866.74 2012
Sub-Saharan Africa average (profile) 366,618.72 2010
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) 343,499.59 2012
36 Rwanda 340,353.17 2012
37 Serbia 335,157.54 2011
38 Comoros 301,265.43 2009
South and Central Asia average (profile) 293,661.96 2012
39 Burundi 274,958.67 2012
40 Angola 262,101.42 2012
41 Benin 261,743.88 2010
42 Sri Lanka 259,467.29 2012
43 Chad 251,410.35 2012
44 Yemen 247,966.84 2010
45 Mauritania 240,754.49 2012
46 Norway 234,114.9 2012
47 Togo 233,981.05 2011
48 Central African Republic 216,328.57 2012
49 Mali 214,852.36 2011
50 Russia 214,631.48 2012
51 Uruguay 205,018.74 2012
52 Burkina Faso 198,039.2 2011
53 Mauritius 197,039.62 2012
Former British colonies average (profile) 195,903.25 2011
54 Dominican Republic 190,769 2012
55 Cape Verde 189,304.1 2011
NATO countries average (profile) 186,882.07 2012
56 Czech Republic 184,898.06 2012
57 Hong Kong 181,735.11 2012
58 Sweden 180,552.4 2012
59 Vanuatu 176,157.47 2011
60 Democratic Republic of the Congo 169,300.29 2012
61 Republic of Macedonia 165,500.15 2012
62 Denmark 161,109.3 2012
63 Niger 143,420.99 2012
64 Algeria 135,428.14 2012
65 Macau 124,601.69 2012
66 Nigeria 115,711.75 2012
failed states average (profile) 113,785.66 2002
67 Guinea-Bissau 105,481.75 2002
68 Djibouti 105,332.48 2007
European Union average (profile) 99,459.33 2011
69 Thailand 94,235.35 2012
70 Pakistan 92,569.65 2012
71 Syria 90,895.73 2011
72 Mexico 87,324.65 2012
73 Philippines 81,047.9 2012
74 United Arab Emirates 76,177.56 2012
75 Israel 70,628.74 2012
76 Kenya 61,618.33 2012
OPEC countries average (profile) 59,545.97 2008
77 Kyrgyzstan 53,392.22 2012
South Asia average (profile) 53,250.58 2012
78 Bhutan 46,651.79 2011
79 Croatia 46,565.51 2012
80 India 46,045.31 2012
81 Bangladesh 44,603.63 2012
82 Nepal 42,507.28 2012
83 Switzerland 42,488.25 2012
84 Malawi 42,397.91 2011
85 Qatar 41,815.85 2011
86 South Africa 37,258.7 2012
87 United States 35,518 2012
88 Honduras 35,509.99 2012
89 Liberia 35,371.62 2012
90 Australia 35,061.1 2012
91 Venezuela 32,361.38 2012
92 Argentina 30,067.99 2012
93 Afghanistan 29,783.72 2012
94 Botswana 29,518.03 2012
95 Canada 29,081.1 2012
96 Namibia 28,771.44 2012
97 New Zealand 28,758.21 2012
98 Aruba 28,163.29 2011
99 Saint Kitts and Nevis 27,420.69 2012
100 Saudi Arabia 26,480.37 2012
101 Luxembourg 25,917.27 2012
102 Singapore 25,516.11 2012
103 Poland 25,314.86 2012
104 Barbados 23,938.9 2012
105 Moldova 23,422.4 2012
106 Guatemala 22,386.75 2012
107 Lithuania 22,302.36 2011
108 Ukraine 21,637.83 2012
109 Swaziland 20,514.22 2011
110 Antigua and Barbuda 20,439.77 2012
111 Finland 20,048.05 2012
112 Austria 19,972.92 2012
113 Haiti 19,546.64 2006
114 Germany 18,730.9 2012
115 Grenada 18,570.76 2012
116 Belgium 17,850.94 2012
117 France 17,843.77 2012
118 Ireland 17,062.74 2012
119 Romania 16,338.18 2012
120 Netherlands 16,298.83 2012
121 United Kingdom 16,287.64 2012
122 Puerto Rico 15,941.56 2011
123 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 15,775.19 2012
124 Egypt 15,745.99 2012
125 Malaysia 15,727.19 2012
126 Italy 15,655.07 2012
127 The Bahamas 15,350.15 2012
128 Morocco 15,205.46 2012
Eurozone average (profile) 14,248.56 2011
129 China 13,946.16 2012
130 Brazil 13,815.1 2012
131 The Gambia 13,648.55 2011
132 Turkey 13,416 2012
133 Spain 13,207.16 2012
134 Dominica 12,822.95 2012
135 Mozambique 12,693.3 2012
136 Greece 12,655.5 2012
137 Saint Lucia 12,242.88 2012
138 Peru 10,834.44 2012
139 Cyprus 10,807.43 2010
140 Bolivia 10,583.71 2012
141 Brunei 10,511.4 2012
142 Portugal 10,298.21 2012
143 Slovenia 9,852.46 2011
144 Malta 9,420.27 2011
145 Lesotho 8,893.01 2012
146 Nicaragua 8,600.85 2011
147 Slovakia 7,354.05 2011
148 Tonga 7,154.04 2012
149 Bulgaria 6,831.99 2012
150 Belize 6,715.25 2011
151 Estonia 6,654.97 2012
152 Suriname 6,526.88 2005
153 Ethiopia 6,144.14 2012
154 Trinidad and Tobago 6,042.54 2008
155 Panama 5,803.35 2012
156 Fiji 5,464.11 2008
157 Solomon Islands 5,379.57 2006
158 Eritrea 5,253.62 2011
159 Tajikistan 4,875.35 2012
160 Tunisia 4,764.1 2012
161 Montenegro 4,524.89 2012
162 Latvia 4,271.78 2011
163 Georgia 4,148.68 2012
164 Libya 4,054.24 2008
165 Sudan 3,813.13 2012
166 Kuwait 3,722.27 2011
167 El Salvador 3,515.49 2012
168 Bahrain 3,317.73 2012
169 Ecuador 3,314.13 2012
170 Cuba 2,974.6 2011
171 Jordan 2,933.29 2012
172 Turkmenistan 2,921.13 2012
173 Burma 2,737.21 1989
174 Oman 2,662.71 2011
175 South Sudan 2,606.64 2012
176 Azerbaijan 2,302.11 2012
177 Ghana 1,755.71 2012
178 Federated States of Micronesia 1,108.11 1983
179 Papua New Guinea 1,094.21 2004
180 East Timor 579.4 2011
181 Zimbabwe 571.73 2012
182 Kiribati 430.21 1992

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