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List of countries by household final consumption expenditure per capita

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This is a list of countries by household final consumption expenditure per capita, that is, the market value of all goods and services, including durable products (such as cars, washing machines, and home computers), purchased by households during one year, divided by the country's average (or mid-year) population for the same year. 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. The latest figures for each country and territory are shown.[1]

Country expenditure per capita
(constant 2010 US$)
Year
  Switzerland 41,602 2017
 Norway 40,425 2017
 United States 36,373 2016
 Luxembourg 33,831 2017
 Australia 31,411 2017
 Canada 29,667 2017
 Denmark 28,518 2017
 United Kingdom 27,268 2017
 Japan 26,745 2016
 Iceland 26,451 2017
 Hong Kong 26,117 2017
 Finland 26,075 2017
 Sweden 25,907 2017
 Germany 25,530 2017
 Austria 25,140 2017
 Ireland 23,835 2017
 Belgium 23,487 2017
 France 23,191 2017
 Netherlands 22,665 2017
 New Zealand 22,434 2016
 Italy 21,065 2017
 Cyprus 19,878 2017
 Israel 19,809 2016
 Singapore 19,141 2017
 Spain 17,719 2017
 Bahamas 17,464 2017
 Puerto Rico 16,378 2016
 Greece 15,648 2017
 Portugal 14,969 2017
 Macau 14,667 2017
 Slovenia 13,628 2017
 Malta 13,010 2016
 South Korea 12,509 2017
 United Arab Emirates 12,366 2017
 Qatar 12,247 2015
 Lithuania 11,142 2017
 Kuwait 11,053 2016
 Czech Republic 10,857 2017
 Slovakia 10,307 2017
 Estonia 9,992 2017
 Uruguay 9,910 2017
 Latvia 9,823 2017
 Chile 9,302 2017
 Poland 9,295 2017
 Bahrain 9,255 2015
 Turkey 8,993 2017
 Croatia 8,697 2017
 Hungary 8,071 2017
 Romania 7,326 2017
 Saudi Arabia 7,164 2017
 Argentina 7,157 2017
 Brazil 6,819 2017
 Mauritius 6,812 2016
 Lebanon 6,760 2017
 Costa Rica 6,673 2017
 Mexico 6,491 2017
 Malaysia 6,192 2017
 Montenegro 6,161 2017
 Brunei 5,945 2017
 Russia 5,875 2017
 Panama 5,694 2016
 Bulgaria 5,447 2017
 Kazakhstan 5,377 2016
 Serbia 4,397 2017
 Dominican Republic 4,813 2017
 Colombia 4,668 2017
 South Africa 4,590 2017
 Namibia 4,524 2017
 Equatorial Guinea 4,476 2017
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 4,462 2017
 Belarus 4,328 2017
 Peru 3,944 2017
 Macedonia 3,766 2017
 Jamaica 3,765 2016
 Albania 3,657 2017
 Kosovo 3,592 2017
 Angola 3,543 2017
 Botswana 3,506 2016
 Cuba 3,491 2015
 Belize 3,249 2017
 Ecuador 3,088 2017
 Gabon 3,028 2017
 Thailand 3,012 2016
 Armenia 2,941 2017
 El Salvador 2,874 2017
 Azerbaijan 2,837 2012
 Guatemala 2,771 2017
 Iran 2,667 2016
 Paraguay 2,619 2017
 Cape Verde 2,433 2017
 Sri Lanka 2,379 2017
 Indonesia 2,289 2017
 Jordan 2,289 2017
 Egypt 2,280 2017
 Palestine 2,271 2017
 Georgia 2,228 2010
 Ukraine 2,183 2017
 Mongolia 2,128 2017
 Philippines 2,055 2017
 Iraq 2,001 2010
 Morocco 1,955 2017
 Moldova 1,931 2017
 Honduras 1,741 2017
 Bhutan 1,649 2017
 China 1,613 2010
 Bolivia 1,551 2017
 Nicaragua 1,507 2017
 Nigeria 1,482 2016
 Ghana 1,296 2017
 Vietnam 1,239 2017
 Lesotho 1,197 2016
 Laos 1,171 2017
 Sudan 1,144 2017
 India 1,097 2017
 Ivory Coast 1,091 2017
 Cameroon 1,051 2017
 Pakistan 1,024 2017
 Kenya 928 2017
 Kyrgyzstan 900 2017
 Cambodia 862 2017
 Senegal 830 2017
 Republic of the Congo 822 2017
 Bangladesh 736 2017
 Mauritania 699 2017
 Togo 674 2017
 Haiti 662 2017
 Rwanda 603 2017
 Guinea-Bissau 589 2017
 Mali 575 2017
 Tanzania 568 2016
 Benin 566 2017
 Chad 566 2017
   Nepal 559 2017
 Myanmar 558 2010
 Afghanistan 509 2016
 Gambia 489 2017
 Yemen 466 2016
 Liberia 450 2016
 Burkina Faso 399 2017
 Mozambique 376 2017
 Central African Republic 347 2017
 Madagascar 325 2016
 Malawi 311 2009
 Niger 277 2017
 Democratic Republic of the Congo 275 2017

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Households and NPISHs Final consumption expenditure per capita (constant 2010 US$)". Data.worldbank.org. Retrieved 2018-08-11.