Net international investment position

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U.S.A. net international investment position (1976-2007)

The difference between a country's external financial assets and liabilities is its net international investment position (NIIP).[1] A country's external debt includes both its government debt and private debt, and similarly its public and privately held (by its legal residents) external assets are also taken into account when calculating its NIIP.[2]

A country's international investment position (IIP) is a financial statement setting out the value and composition of that country's external financial assets and liabilities.

List of countries by net international investment position[edit]

Country Date GDP Date NIIP Date NIIP in % GDP
 Hong Kong 2009 - 2009 - 2009 +353.1[3]
 Singapore 2010 303.652 bil. S$[4] 2010 +680.877 bil. S$[5] 2010 +224.2
 Luxembourg 2008 39.640 bil. [6] 2008 +33.524 bil. [7] 2013 +184.1[8]
 Taiwan 2010 430.580 bil. $[9] 2010 +659.915 bil. $[10] 2010 +153.3
  Switzerland 2010 546.245 bil. CHF[11] 2010 +743.704 bil. CHF[12] 2010 +136.1[12]
 Norway 2010 2496.178 bil. kr[13] 2010 +2,390.972 bil. kr[13] 2010 +95.8
 Japan 2009 470,936.600 bil. ¥[14] 2009 +266,223.000 bil. ¥[3] 2009 +56.1[3]
 Netherlands 2010 590.321 bil. [15] 2010 +173.147 bil. [16] 2013 +53.0[8]
 Germany 2009 2397.100 bil. [17] 2009 +895.000 bil. [18] 2013 +48.3[8]
 Venezuela 2012 $338 bil $[19] 2012 159.63 bil. $[20] 2012 +47.2
 Belgium 2010 350.952 bil. [21] 2010 +243.000 bil. [22] 2013 +44.0[8]
 Denmark 2009 1659.700 bil. kr[23] 2009 +99.800 bil. kr[24] 2013 +39.6[8]
 People's Republic of China 2009 - 2009 - 2009 +37.1[3]
 Malta 2009 5.851 bil. [25] 2009 +0.793 bil. [26] 2012 +25.1[8]
 Russia 2008 - 2012 +137.956 bil. $[27] 2009 +17.9[3]
 Finland 2010 180.295 bil. [28] 2010 +15.721 bil. [29] 2013 +15.8[8]
 South Korea 2014 1,449.494 bil. $[30] 2014 +22.7 bil. $[31] 2014 +1.5
 Austria 2010 284.002 bil. [32] 2010 +3.000 bil. [33] 2013 +1[8]
 Israel 2010 213.147 bil. $[34] 2010 +0.922 bil. $[35] 2010 +0.04
 United Kingdom 2009 1394.989 bil. £[36] 2009 -182 bil. £[37] 2013 −1.3[8]
 Chile 2010 203.323 bil. $[38] 2010 -10.025 bil. $[39] 2010 −4.9
 Sweden 2010 3285.539 bil. kr[40] 2010 -729.000 bil. kr[41] 2013 −5.0[8]
 Canada 2013 1893bilCAD[42] 2014 26.7bilCAD[43] 2009 −7.8[3]
 Philippines 2009 161.196 bil. $[44] 2009 -16 bil. $[45] 2009 −10.2
 India 2010 1537 bil. $[46] 2010 -215 bil. $[47] 2010 −10.3
 Euro symbol.svg Eurozone 2012 9,487.56 bil. [48] 2012 -1,139.9 bil. [48] 2012 −12.0[48]
 France 2009 1907.246 bil. [49] 2009 -317.3 bil. [50] 2012 −21.1[8]
 United States 2013 17,089.600 bil. $[51] 2013 -4,577.5 bil. $[52] 2013 −26.8
 Italy 2010 1548.816 bil. [53] 2010 -376.700 bil. [54] 2013 −30.0[8]
 Indonesia 2011 878.198 bil. $[55] 2011 -318.995 bil. $[56] 2011 −36.3
 Mexico 2010 1039.121 bil. $[57] 2010 -379.249 bil. $[58] 2010 −36.5
 Brazil 2009 1600.841 bil. $[59] 2009 -600.795 bil. $[60] 2009 −37.5
 Slovenia 2010 36.061 bil. [61] 2010 -12.655 bil. [62] 2013 −37.9[8]
 Kazakhstan 2009 113.620 bil. $[63] 2009 -43.314 bil. $[64] 2009 −38.1
 Turkey 2013 616.345 bil. $[65] 2009 -275.687 bil. $[66] 2009 −44.9
 Estonia 2010 14.500 bil. [67] 2010 -10.416 bil. [68] 2013 −45.2[8]
 Czech Republic 2013 - 2013 - 2013 −45.6[8]
 Lithuania 2013 - 2013 - 2013 −45.7[8]
 Iceland 2012 - 2012 -1,042 bil. kr 2012 −61[69]
 Romania 2013 - 2013 - 2013 −62.3[8]
 Australia 2011 1318.554 bil A$ [70] 2011 -848.3 bil. $A[71] 2011 −64.3
 Latvia 2013 - 2013 - 2013 −65.0[8]
 Slovakia 2010 65.906 bil. [72] 2010 -43.763 bil. [73] 2013 −65.1[8]
 Poland 2010 1412.784 bil. zl[74] 2010 -890.652 bil. zl[75] 2013 −68.6[8]
 New Zealand 2013 212 bil. NZ$[76] 2013 -146.7 bil. NZ$[77] 2013 −69.3
 Bulgaria 2013 - 2013 - 2013 −78.1[8]
 Cyprus 2012 17,979.3 bil. [78] 2012 -15.683 bil. [79] 2013 −85.7[8]
 Croatia 2013 - 2013 - 2013 −88.4[8]
 Hungary 2013 - 2013 - 2013 −93.0[8]
 Spain 2010 1062.591 bil. [80] 2010 -925.600 bil. [81] 2013 −98.2[8]
 Ireland 2009 160.596 bil. [82] 2009 -157.075 bil. [83] 2013 −104.9[8]
 Portugal 2009 168.586 bil. [84] 2009 -184.017 bil. [85] 2013 −118.7[8]
 Greece 2012 193.749 bil. [78] 2012 -210.262 bil. [86] 2013 −119.0[8]

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References[edit]

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