List of countries by current account balance

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Cumulative Current Account Balance 1980-2008 based on the IMF data)
Cumulative Current Account Balance per capita 1980-2008 based on the IMF

CIA World factbook Data[edit]

This is a list of the 20 countries and territories with the largest surplus in current account balance (CAB), based on data from 2015 as listed in the CIA World Factbook.[1]

Rank Country CAB (billion US dollars) Year
1  China 293.200 2015
2  Germany 285.200 2015
3  Japan 137.500 2015
4  South Korea 105.900 2015
5  Netherlands 80.990 2015
6  Taiwan 76.170 2015
7   Switzerland 75.820 2015
8  Russia 65.800 2015
9  Singapore 57.560 2015
10  Italy 38.740 2015
11  Norway 35.040 2015
12  Thailand 34.820 2015
13  Sweden 29.190 2015
14  Denmark 20.280 2015
15  Spain 16.480 2015
16  Kuwait 13,890 2015
17  United Arab Emirates 13,550 2015
18  Austria 13,460 2015
19  Israel 12,270 2015
20  Macau 12,110 2015

This is a list of the 20 countries and territories with the largest deficit in current account balance (CAB), based on data from 2015 as listed in the CIA World Factbook.[1]

Rank Country CAB (billion US dollars) Year
1  United States 484,100 2015
2  United Kingdom 123,500 2015
3  Brazil 58,910 2015
4  Australia 56,200 2015
5  Canada 51,380 2015
6  Saudi Arabia 41,480 2015
7  Mexico 32,380 2015
8  Turkey 32,190 2015
9  Algeria 27,040 2015
10  India 26,220 2015
11  Colombia 19,040 2015
12  Venezuela 18,150 2015
13  Indonesia 17,760 2015
14  Libya 16,700 2015
15  Argentina 16,110 2015
16  South Africa 13,670 2015
17  Lebanon 12,780 2015
18  Egypt 12,180 2015
19  Nigeria 11,920 2015
20  Iraq 10,820 2015

Eurostat Data[edit]

This table shows the account balance of solely the Euro Area (not the European Union as a whole), according to data from Eurostat (in USD).

Rank Country CAB (billion US dollars) Year
1  European Union 18.930 2013

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