List of government budgets by country

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This article includes a chart representing revenues, expenditures and resulting deficit or surplus of government's budget. The countries are ranked by budget revenues. Only sovereign states are included. 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).

List[edit]

Rank Country Revenues
(million USD)
Expenditures
(million USD)
Deficit/surplus
(million USD)
Deficit/surplus
(% of expenditures)
Date
1  United States of America 3,525,200 3,999,000 -474,000 -11.8 2016 est.
2  China 2,285,000 2,469,000 −174,000 −8.2 2014[3] est.
3  Germany 1,721,000 1,696,000 +25,000 +3.59 2014 est.
4  France 1,507,500 1,631,000 −124,500 −16.6 2014[3] est.
5  Italy 990,000 1,055,000 −65,000 −9.7 2014[3] est.
6  UK 939,540 1,012,000 −95,080 −9.3% 2016[3] est.
7  Brazil 876,500 891,200 -14,700 -1.65 2014[3] est.
8  Canada (details) 675,800 717,800 −42,000 −7.4 2014[3] est.
9  Japan 551,000 799,000 -248,000 −31.03 2016[3] est.
10  Spain 531,700 613,200 −81,500 −15.3 2014 est.
11  Australia (details) 487,700 519,600 −31,900 −6.54 2014 est.
12  Netherlands 390,200 410,400 −20,200 -5.18 2014 est.
13  South Korea 350,700 337,900 +12,800 +3.65 2014 est.
14  Mexico 299,600 340,600 −41,000 −13.7 2014 est.
15  Sweden 291,000 301,700 −10,700 −3.68 2014 est.
16  India 280,530 434,550 −154,020 −36.2 2015 est.
17  Saudi Arabia 278,900 293,300 −14,400 −5.16 2014 est.
18  Belgium 276,800 293,400 −16,600 −6 2014 est.
19  Norway 273,900 228,400 +45,500 +16.6 2014 est.
20  Indonesia 234,663 256,933 −22,270 −8.67 2014 est.
21   Switzerland 231,100 229,300 +1,800 2014 est.
22  Austria 217,900 228,400 −10,500 −4.82 2014 est.
23  Russia 216,300 251,600 −35,300 −14.0 2015 est.
24  Turkey 194,500 204,900 −10,400 −5.35 2014 est.
25  Finland 151,400 160,000 −8,600 −5.68 2014 est.
26  United Arab Emirates 150,800 130,900 +19,900 2014 est.
27  Denmark 118,300 127,500 −9,200 2014 est.
28  Portugal 110,800 120,200 −9,400 2014 est.
29  Greece 109,000 117,400 −8,400 −7.71 2014 est.
30  Argentina 105,800 113,300 −7,500 2014 est.
31  South Africa 102,800 118,300 −15,500 2014 est.
32  Qatar 92,460 58,540 +33,920 2014 est.
33  Venezuela 90,700 106,100 −15,400 2011 est.
34  Colombia 89,900 97,800 −7,900 2011 est.
35  Kuwait 87,620 75,280 +12,340 2014 est.
36  Iraq 86,030 97,570 −11,540 -13.4 2014 est.
37  Poland 85,288 99,873 −14,585 −14.6 2014 est.[4]
38  Ireland 75,900 97,900 −22,000 2011 est.
39  Taiwan 75,300 90,700 −15,400 2011 est.
40  Algeria 73,700 78,600 −4,900 2011 est.
41  Egypt 72,700 95,700 −23,000 2014 est.
42  Thailand 71,310 79,600 −8,290 −11.6 2014 est.
43  Malaysia 68,090 79,630 −11,540 −3.4 2014 est.
44  Israel 66,700 74,800 −8,100 2011 est.
45  Peru 65,630 65,900 −270 2014 est.
46  Hungary 65,210 68,730 -3,520 2014 est.
47  Iran[1] 62,110 67,070 -4,960 -7.99 2014 est.
48  New Zealand 60,900 74,700 −13,800 2011 est.
49  Romania 59,600 67,400 −7,800 2011 est.
50  Chile 58,490 61,260 -2,770 2013 est.
-  Czech Republic 51,450 59,410 −7,960 2011 est.
-  Pakistan 48,000 51,500 −16,500 −32.1% 2016
-  Singapore 47,350 43,250 +4,100 2014 est.
-  Angola 47,090 55,800 -11,710 2014 est.
-  Cuba 43,600 46,200 −2,600 2011 est.
-  Oman 40,090 37,650 +2,400 2014 est.
-  Ukraine 38,360 44,000 −5,640 2014 est.
-  Kazakhstan 36,600 40,500 −3,900 2011 est.
-  Vietnam 32,800 35,700 −2,900 2011 est.
-  Slovakia 32,500 37,800 −5,300 2011 est.
-  Philippines 31,400 36,000 −4,600 2011 est.
-  Belarus 30,530 29,710 +820 2014 est.
-  Morocco 25,700 31,400 −5,700 2011 est.
-  Luxembourg 25,000 25,500 −500 2011 est.
-  Nigeria 19,280 30,000 −10,720 2016 est.
-  Slovenia 21,300 23,500 −2,200 2011 est.
-  Croatia 19,850 22,300 -2,450 2011 est.
-  Azerbaijan 18,500 19,500 −1,100 2011 est.
-  Ecuador 18,600 22,300 −3,700 2011 est.
-  Libya 18,200 32,000 −13,800 2011 est.
-  Bulgaria 18,100 19,200 −1,100 2011 est.
-  Lithuania 14,200 16,300 −2,100 2011 est.
-  Burma 12,950 15,234.0 −2,284 2015 est.[5]
-  Cyprus 10,400 12,000 −1,600 2011 est.
-  Syria 11,700 17,900 −6,200 2011 est.
-  Latvia 9,900 11,100 −1,200 2011 est.
-  Tunisia 10,200 12,800 −1,600 −15.7% 2011 est.
-  Serbia 17,600 19,600 −2,000 2011 est.
-  Yemen 7,300 10,600 −3,300 2011 est.
-  Estonia 9,800 9,890 −90 2016 est.[6]
-  Bangladesh 12,700 17,200 −4,500 2011 est.
-  Bolivia 16,970 18,080 -111 2014 est.
-  Trinidad and Tobago 7,300 8,100 −800 2011 est.
-  Uruguay 13,600 14,000 −400 2011 est.
-  Uzbekistan 18,290 18,160 +130 2014 est.
-  Dominican Republic 8,000 9,500 −1,500 2011 est.
-  Sri Lanka 8,500 12,600 −4,100 2011 est.
-  Bosnia and Herzegovina 8,400 9,000 −600 2011 est.
-  Iceland 5,900 6,500 −600 2011 est.
-  Lebanon 9,300 11,700 −2,400 2011 est.
-  Brunei 5,500 5,801 −300 2011 est.
-  Kenya 16,800 19,500 −2,700 2013 est.
-  Sudan 6,548 9,000 -2,452 2014 est.
-  Panama 7,800 8,500 −700 2011 est.
-  Jordan 5,900 9,600 −3,700 2011 est.
-  Bahrain 7,500 8,400 −900 2011 est.
-  Equatorial Guinea 5,224 6,274 -1,050 2014 est.
-  Republic of the Congo 4,800 5,900 −1,100 2011 est.
-  Guatemala 5,500 6,900 −1,400 2011 est.
-  Cote d'Ivoire 4,400 6,300 −1,900 2011 est.
-  Costa Rica 5,800 8,100 −2,300 2011 est.
-  Georgia 5,400 10,100 −4,700 2011 est.
-  Ethiopia 5,400 6,000 −600 2011 est.
-  Botswana 5,600 6,200 −600 2011 est.
-  Tanzania 4,600 6,100 −1,500 2011 est.
-  Jamaica 3,800 4,700 −900 2011 est.
-  Ghana 8,800 10,400 −1,600 2011 est.
-  Paraguay 5,540 6,242 -702 2014 est.
-  Gabon 5,263 5,487 -224 2014 est.
-  Cameroon 5,000 5,300 −300 2011 est.
-  Malta 4,721 4,918 -197 2014 est.
-  El Salvador 4,400 5,300 −900 2011 est.
-  Zambia 3,600 4,400 −800 2011 est.
-  Albania 3,300 3,700 −400 2011 est.
-  Senegal 3,300 4,300 −1,000 2011 est.
-  Papua New Guinea 4,200 4,200 2011 est.
-  Macedonia 3,100 3,400 −300 2011 est.
-  North Korea 3,200 3,300 −100 2007 est.
-  Mozambique 3,700 4,200 −500 2011 est.
-  Uganda 2,400 3,400 −1,000 2011 est.
-  Namibia 3,700 4,900 −1,200 2011 est.
-  Honduras 3,000 3,700[7] −700 2011 est.
-  Armenia 2,300 2,600 −300 2011 est.
-  Chad 2,500 3,500 −1,000 2011 est.
-  Moldova 2,700 2,700 2011 est.
-  Mauritius 2,400 2,800 −400 2011 est.
-  Burkina Faso 2,200 2,600 −400 2011 est.
-  Mongolia 3,400 3,500 −100 2011 est.
-    Nepal 6,300 9,700 -3400 2016 est.
-  Madagascar 1,600 1,700 −100 2011 est.
-  Mali 2,200 2,600 −400 2011 est.
-  Benin 1,400 1,700 −300 2011 est.
-  Turkmenistan 4,200 4,100 +100 2011 est.
-  Fiji 900 1,100 −200 2011 est.
-  Tajikistan 1,800 1,800 2011 est.
-  Nicaragua 1,400 1,600 −200 2011 est.
-  Cambodia 2,000 2,700 −700 2011 est.
-  Malawi 1,800 1,800 2011 est.
-  Swaziland 1,000 1,500 −500 2011 est.
-  Kosovo 1,700 2,100 −400 2011 est.
-  Bahamas 1,030 1,030 FY04/05
-  Rwanda 2,279 - - FY14/15 est.
-  Afghanistan 890 [8] 2,700 −1,810 2007 est.
-  Monaco 863.0 920.6 −57.6 2005 est.
-  Barbados 847[9] 886 −39 2000 est.
-  Haiti 820.6 965.2 −144.6 2008 est.
-  Laos 809.6 954.0 −144.4 2008 est.
-  Mauritania 770 770 2007 est.
-  Maldives 762[10] 884 −122 2008 est.
-  Democratic Republic of the Congo 700 2,000 −1,300 2006 est.
-  San Marino 667.7 719.5 -51.8 2011
-  Togo 551.5 620.1 −68.6 2008 est.
-  Cape Verde 525.4 585.3 −59.9 2008 est.
-  Lesotho 523.0 479.5 +43.5 2008 est.
-  Andorra 1,029 1,041 -12 2012
-  Guyana 463.7 536.0 −72.3 2008 est.
-  Liechtenstein 995.3 890.4 +104.9 2011 est.
-  Belize 335.5 361.5 −26.0 2008 est.
-  Niger 320[11] 320 2002 est.
-  Seychelles 318.1 324.6 −6.5 2008 est.
-  Guinea 315.0 796.5 −481.5 2008 est.
-   Vatican City 308 326.4 -18.4 2011
-  Timor-Leste 300 2,000 -1,500 2014 est.
-  Burundi 292.2 351.3 −59.1 2008 est.
-  Bhutan 272 350 [12] −78 2005
-  Central African Republic 250 273 −23 2007 est.
-  Eritrea 234.5 523.1 −288.6 2008 est.
-  Gambia 194.3 228.8 −34.5 2008 est.
-  Samoa 257.3 300.2 -42.9 2014 est.
-  Saint Lucia 141.2 146.7 −5.5 2000 est.
-  Djibouti 135 182 −47 1999 est.
-  Antigua and Barbuda 123.7 145.9 −22.2 2000 est.
-  Sierra Leone 96 351 −255 2000 est.
-  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 185.2 185.2 - 2014 est.
-  Saint Kitts and Nevis 89.7 128.2 −38.5 2003 est.
-  Grenada 85.8 102.1 −16.3 1997
-  Tonga 80.48 109.8 −29.32 FY07/08
-  Vanuatu 173.1 171 +2.1 2014 est.
-  Dominica 73.9 84.4 −10.5 2001
-  Kiribati 55.52 59.71 −4.19 FY05
-  Sao Tome and Principe 47.65 51.48 −3.83 2008 est.
-  Tuvalu 21.54 23.05 −1.51 2006
-  Nauru 13.5 13.5 2005
-  Zimbabwe 3,732 4,615 -883 2014

See also[edit]

Europe:

United States:

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "The World Factbook". Retrieved 12 September 2015. 
  2. ^ http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/cache/ITY_OFFPUB/KS-EK-11-001/EN/KS-EK-11-001-EN.PDF
  3. ^ a b c d e f g The World Factbook. "List of government budgets by country". https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/fields/2056.html.  External link in |website= (help);
  4. ^ "Ustawa budżetowa na rok 2014 z dnia 24 stycznia 2014 r.". Retrieved 12 September 2015. 
  5. ^ Myanmar Times (2 April 2015). "U Thein Sein govt's last budget approved". Retrieved 29 December 2015. 
  6. ^ http://www.fin.ee/riigieelarve-2016
  7. ^ Including capital expenditures of $106 million.
  8. ^ Afghanistan has also received $2.6 billion from the Reconstruction Trust Fund and $63 million from the Law and Order Trust Fund.
  9. ^ Including grants.
  10. ^ Including foreign grants.
  11. ^ Includes $134 million from foreign sources.
  12. ^ The government of India finances nearly three-fifths of Bhutan's budget expenditures.