List of government budgets by country

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Budgeted revenues of governments in 2006.

This article includes a chart representing revenues, expenditures and resulting deficit or surplus of government budget. The countries are ranked by budget revenues. The data is taken mainly from CIA World Factbook.[1]

Estimating budgets[edit]

Note: For some federations like Brazil and Mexico, only the federal budget is shown. For most other countries the total budget is shown. Although Germany is a federation the statistics for Germany represent total general government spending.[2] In the United States federal spending represents only 55% of total public spending (the total being approximately 6 trillion USD in 2011).

Nations[edit]

Rank Country Revenues
(million USD)
Expenditures
(million USD)
Deficit/surplus
(million USD)
Deficit/surplus
(%)
Date
1  USA (details) 2,895,000 3,521,000 −626,000 −21.6% 2014 est.
2  Japan 1,971,000 2,495,000 −524,000 −21.0% 2011 est.
3  China 1,646,000 1,729,000 −83,000 −4.8% 2011 est.
4  Germany 1,551,000 1,588,000 −37,000 −2.3% 2011 est.
5  France (details) 1,386,000 1,535,000 −149,000 −9.7% 2011 est.
6  Italy 1,025,100 1,112,000 −86,900 −7.8% 2011 est.
7  United Kingdom (details) 986,500 1,188,000 −201,500 −17.0% 2011 est.
8  Brazil 978,300 901,000 +77,300 +8.6% 2011 est.
9  Canada (details) 256,700 275,600 −18,900 −7.4% 2013 est.
10  Spain 545,200 672,100 −126,900 −18.9% 2011 est.
11  Australia (details) 498,100 541,000 −42,900 −8.6% 2012 est.
12  Russia 428,600 440,100 −11,500 −2.7% 2014 est.[3]
13  Netherlands 381,300 420,400 −39,100 2011 est.
14  India (details) 240,000 325,000 −85,000 2014 est.[4]
15  South Korea 296,100 287,200 +8,900 2013 est.
16  Norway 280,500 209,500 +71,000 25.3% 2011 est.
17  Sweden 277,600 277,100 +500 2011 est.
18  Mexico 263,200 292,200 −29,000 2011 est.
19  Belgium 249,600 271,200 −21,600 2011 est.
20  Saudi Arabia [5] 221,100 218,700 +2,400 2013 est.
21   Switzerland 217,900 214,500 +3,400 2011 est.
22  Austria 202,600 216,600 −14,000 2011 est.
23  Iraq 178,200 200,200 −13,400 2013 est.
24  Turkey 176,700 187,100 −10,400 2011 est.
25  Finland 136,200 137,600 −1,400 2011 est.
26  Indonesia 134,200 144,100 −9,900 2011 est.
27  Iran 131,200 92,600 +38,600 2011 est.
28  Greece 129,500 158,600 −29,100 2011 est.
29  Denmark 118,300 127,500 −9,200 2011 est.
30  Kuwait 114,000 54,000 +60,000 2013 est.
31  United Arab Emirates 113,400 95,500 +17,900 2011 est.
32  Portugal 110,800 120,200 −9,400 2011 est.
33  Argentina 105,800 113,300 −7,500 2011 est.
34  South Africa 102,800 118,300 −15,500 2011 est.
35  Poland 92,200 100,600 −8,400 2011 est.
 Venezuela 90,700 106,100 −15,400 2011 est.
36  Colombia 89,900 97,800 −7,900 2011 est.
37  Ireland 75,900 97,900 −22,000 2011 est.
38  Taiwan 75,300 90,700 −15,400 2011 est.
39  Qatar 59,879 57,834 +2,046 FY13/14
40  Hungary 74,000 68,200 +5,800 2011 est.
41  Algeria 73,700 78,600 −4,900 2011 est.
43  Israel 66,700 74,800 −8,100 2011 est.
44  Thailand 200,300 187,100 +13,200 2011 est.
45  New Zealand 60,900 74,700 −13,800 2011 est.
46  Malaysia 59,800 73,800 −14,000 2011 est.
47  Romania 59,600 67,400 −7,800 2011 est.
48  Chile 58,810 57,380 +1,430 2012 est.
 Hong Kong 55,500 47,000 +8,500 2011 est.
49  Ukraine 53,070[6] 59,580 −6,510 2013 est.[7]
50  Czech Republic 51,450 59,410 −7,960 2011 est.
51  Egypt 44,700 67,700 −23,000 2011 est.
52  Cuba 43,600 46,200 −2,600 2011 est.
53  Angola 42,900 35,300 +7,600 2011 est.
54  Singapore 55,030 53,410 +1,620 2013 est.[8]
55  Kazakhstan 36,600 40,500 −3,900 2011 est.
56  Peru 35,800 32,600 +3,200 2011 est.
57  Vietnam 32,800 35,700 −2,900 2011 est.
58  Slovakia 32,500 37,800 −5,300 2011 est.
59  Philippines 31,400 36,000 −4,600 2011 est.
60  Croatia 30,100 26,300 +3,800 2011 est.
61  Pakistan 35,000 51,500 −16,500 −32.1% 2013 est.
62  Oman 29,700 22,500 +7,200 2011 est.
63  Morocco 25,700 31,400 −5,700 2011 est.
64  Luxembourg 25,000 25,500 −500 2011 est.
65  Belarus 23,300 22,300 +1,000 2011 est.
66  Nigeria 23,100 31,100 −8,000 2011 est.
67  Slovenia 21,300 23,500 −2,200 2011 est.
68  Ecuador 18,600 22,300 −3,700 2011 est.
69  Libya 18,200 32,000 −13,800 2011 est.
70  Bulgaria 18,100 19,200 −1,100 2011 est.
71  Lithuania 14,200 16,300 −2,100 2011 est.
72  Sudan 9,000 11,900 −2,900 2011 est.
73  Cyprus 10,400 12,000 −1,600 2011 est.
74  Syria 11,700 17,900 −6,200 2011 est.
75  Latvia 9,900 11,100 −1,200 2011 est.
76  Tunisia 10,200 12,800 −1,600 −15.7% 2011 est.
77  Serbia 17,600 19,600 −2,000 2011 est.
78  Yemen 7,300 10,600 −3,300 2011 est.
79  Estonia 8,500 8,600 −100 2011 est.
80  Bangladesh 12,700 17,200 −4,500 2011 est.
81  Bosnia and Herzegovina 8,400 9,000 −600 2011 est.
82  Azerbaijan 18,500 19,500 −1,100 2011 est.
83  Trinidad and Tobago 7,300 8,100 −800 2011 est.
84  Uruguay 13,600 14,000 −400 2011 est.
85  Bolivia 10,800 10,700 +100 2011 est.
86  Uzbekistan 15,000 14,800 +200 2011 est.
87  Dominican Republic 8,000 9,500 −1,500 2011 est.
88  Sri Lanka 8,500 12,600 −4,100 2011 est.
89  Iceland 5,900 6,500 −600 2011 est.
90  Lebanon 9,300 11,700 −2,400 2011 est.
91  Brunei 5,500 5,800 −300 2011 est.
 Puerto Rico 6,700 9,600 −2,900 FY99/00
92  Kenya 16,800 19,500 −2,700 2013 est.
 Macau 14,500 5,000 +9,500 2011 est.
93  Panama 7,800 8,500 −700 2011 est.
94  Jordan 5,900 9,600 −3,700 2011 est.
95  Bahrain 7,500 8,400 −900 2011 est.
96  Equatorial Guinea 8,800 8,500 +300 2011 est.
97  Republic of the Congo 4,800 5,900 −1,100 2011 est.
98  Guatemala 5,500 6,900 −1,400 2011 est.
99  Cote d'Ivoire 4,400 6,300 −1,900 2011 est.
100  Costa Rica 5,800 8,100 −2,300 2011 est.
101  Ethiopia 5,400 6,000 −600 2011 est.
102  Botswana 5,600 6,200 −600 2011 est.
103  Tanzania 4,600 6,100 −1,500 2011 est.
104  Jamaica 3,800 4,700 −900 2011 est.
105  Ghana 8,800 10,400 −1,600 2011 est.
106  Cameroon 5,000 5,300 −300 2011 est.
107  El Salvador 4,400 5,300 −900 2011 est.
108  Georgia 4,100 4,700 −600 2011 est.
109  Zambia 3,600 4,400 −800 2011 est.
110  Albania 3,300 3,700 −400 2011 est.
111  Malta 4,600 3,400 +1,200 2011 est.
112  Senegal 3,300 4,300 −1,000 2011 est.
113  Papua New Guinea 4,200 4,200 2011 est.
114  Paraguay 4,500 4,400 +100 2011 est.
115  Macedonia 3,100 3,400 −300 2011 est.
116  North Korea 3,200 3,300 −100 2007 est.
117  Mozambique 3,700 4,200 −500 2011 est.
118  Uganda 2,400 3,400 −1,000 2011 est.
119  Namibia 3,700 4,900 −1,200 2011 est.
120  Gabon 5,500 4,400 +1,100 2011 est.
121  Honduras 3,000 3,700[9] −700 2011 est.
122  Armenia 2,300 2,600 −300 2011 est.
123  Chad 2,500 3,500 −1,000 2011 est.
124  Moldova 2,700 2,700 2011 est.
125  Mauritius 2,400 2,800 −400 2011 est.
126  Burkina Faso 2,200 2,600 −400 2011 est.
127  Mongolia 3,400 3,500 −100 2011 est.
128    Nepal 3,900 5,300 −1,400 FY11
129  Madagascar 1,600 1,700 −100 2011 est.
130  Mali 2,200 2,600 −400 2011 est.
131  Benin 1,400 1,700 −300 2011 est.
132  Turkmenistan 4,200 4,100 +100 2011 est.
133  Fiji 900 1,100 −200 2011 est.
 Greenland 1,100 1,100 2010 est.
134  Tajikistan 1,800 1,800 2011 est.
135  Nicaragua 1,400 1,600 −200 2011 est.
136  Cambodia 2,000 2,700 −700 2011 est.
137  Malawi 1,800 1,800 2011 est.
138  Swaziland 1,000 1,500 −500 2011 est.
 Kosovo 1,700 2,100 −400 2011 est.
 Gaza Strip[10] 1,149 2,310 −1,161 2006
139  Bahamas 1,030 1,030 FY04/05
 New Caledonia 996 1,072 −76 2001 est.
140  Burma 983.6 1,775.0 −791.4 2008 est.
 Isle of Man 965 943 +22 FY05/06 est.
141  Rwanda 902.2 1,032.0 −129.8 2008 est.
142  Afghanistan 890 [11] 2,700 −1,810 2007 est.
 French Polynesia 865.0 644.1 +220.9 1999
143  Monaco 863.0 920.6 −57.6 2005 est.
144  Barbados 847[12] 886 −39 2000 est.
 U.S. Virgin Islands 837 837 FY08/09
 Jersey 829 851 −22 2005
145  Haiti 820.6 965.2 −144.6 2008 est.
146  Laos 809.6 954.0 −144.4 2008 est.
147  Mauritania 770 770 2007 est.
148  Maldives 762[13] 884 −122 2008 est.
 Netherlands Antilles 757.9 949.5 −191.6 2004
 Bermuda 738 665 +73 FY04/05
149  Timor-Leste[14] 733 309 +424 FY06/07 est.
150  Democratic Republic of the Congo 700 2,000 −1,300 2006 est.
151  San Marino 690.6 652.9 +37.7 2006
 Faroe Islands 588 623 −35 2005
 Guernsey 563.6 530.9 +32.7 2005
152  Togo 551.5 620.1 −68.6 2008 est.
153  Cape Verde 525.4 585.3 −59.9 2008 est.
154  Lesotho 523.0 479.5 +43.5 2008 est.
 Aruba 507.9 577.9 −70.0 2005 est.
155  Andorra 496.9 496.8 +0.1 2007
156  Guyana 463.7 536.0 −72.3 2008 est.
 Gibraltar 455.1 423.6 +31.5 2005 est.
157  Liechtenstein 424.2 414.1 +10.1 1998 est.
 Cayman Islands 423.8 392.6 +31.2 2004
 Mayotte 420 394 +26 2005
158  Suriname 392.6 425.9 −33.3 2004
159  Belize 335.5 361.5 −26.0 2008 est.
160  Niger 320[15] 320 2002 est.
 Guam 319.6 427.8 −108.2 2002 est.
161  Seychelles 318.1 324.6 −6.5 2008 est.
162  Guinea 315.0 796.5 −481.5 2008 est.
163   Vatican City 310 307 +3 2006
164  Burundi 292.2 351.3 −59.1 2008 est.
165  Bhutan 272 350 [16] −78 2005
166  Central African Republic 250 273 −23 2007 est.
167  Eritrea 234.5 523.1 −288.6 2008 est.
 British Virgin Islands 204.7 180.4 +24.3 2004
168  Gambia 194.3 228.8 −34.5 2008 est.
 Northern Mariana Islands 193 223 −30 FY01/02 est.
169  Samoa 171.3 78.1 +93.2 FY04/05 est.
170  Federated States of Micronesia 166.0[17] 152.7 +13.3 FY07 est.
 American Samoa 155.4[18] 183.6 −28.2 FY07
171  Saint Lucia 141.2 146.7 −5.5 2000 est.
172  Djibouti 135 182 −47 1999 est.
173  Antigua and Barbuda 123.7 145.9 −22.2 2000 est.
174  Marshall Islands 123.3 1,213.0 −1,089.7 2008
175  Palau 114.8 99.5 +15.3 2008 est.
176  Sierra Leone 96 351 −255 2000 est.
177  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 94.6 85.8 +8.8 2000 est.
178  Saint Kitts and Nevis 89.7 128.2 −38.5 2003 est.
179  Grenada 85.8 102.1 −16.3 1997
180  Tonga 80.48 109.8 −29.32 FY07/08
181  Vanuatu 78.7 72.23 +6.47 2005
182  Dominica 73.9 84.4 −10.5 2001
 Cook Islands 70.95 69.05 +1.9 FY05/06
 Saint Pierre and Miquelon 70 60 +10 1996 est.
 Falkland Islands 66.2 67.9 −1.7 FY98/99 est.
183  Kiribati 55.52 59.71 −4.19 FY05
184  Solomon Islands 49.7 75.1 −25.4 2003
185  Sao Tome and Principe 47.65 51.48 −3.83 2008 est.
 Turks and Caicos Islands 47.0 33.6 +13.4 1997−98 est.
 Montserrat 31.4 31.6 −0.2 1997 est.
 Anguilla 22.8 22.5 +0.3 2000 est.
186  Tuvalu 21.54 23.05 −1.51 2006
 Niue 15.07 16.33 −1.26 FY0405
187  Nauru 13.5 13.5 2005
 Saint Helena 12.33[19] 30.28 −17.95 FY06/07 est.
 Norfolk Island 4.6 4.8 −0.2 FY99/00
 Pitcairn Islands 0.746 1.028 −0.282 FY04/05
 Tokelau 0.4 2.8 −2.4 1987 est.
188  Zimbabwe 2.7[20] 2.2 +0.5 2011 est.
 Wallis and Futuna 0.02973 0.03133 −0.0016 2004

See also[edit]

Europe:

United States:

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/fields/2056.html
  2. ^ http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/cache/ITY_OFFPUB/KS-EK-11-001/EN/KS-EK-11-001-EN.PDF
  3. ^ http://en.ria.ru/russia/20130920/183602527/Russian-Government-Approves-2014-2016-Budget.html
  4. ^ http://indiabudget.nic.in/
  5. ^ http://www.mof.gov.sa/english/downloadscenter/pages/budget.aspx
  6. ^ This is the planned, consolidated budget.
  7. ^ https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/up.html
  8. ^ http://www.mof.gov.sg/budget_2013/revenue_expenditure/index.html
  9. ^ Including capital expenditures of $106 million.
  10. ^ Includes West Bank.
  11. ^ Afghanistan has also received $2.6 billion from the Reconstruction Trust Fund and $63 million from the Law and Order Trust Fund.
  12. ^ Including grants.
  13. ^ Including foreign grants.
  14. ^ The government of Timor-Leste in 2008 moved to a fiscal year calendar; it passed a supplementary spending package to cover the latter half of 2008.
  15. ^ Includes $134 million from foreign sources.
  16. ^ The government of India finances nearly three-fifths of Bhutan's budget expenditures.
  17. ^ $69 million less grants.
  18. ^ 37% in local revenue and 63% in US grants.
  19. ^ Revenue data reflect locally raised revenues only; the budget deficit is resolved by grant aid from the United Kingdom.
  20. ^ Revenue data reflect locally raised revenues only; the budget deficit is resolved by grant aid from donors.