Household final consumption expenditure

2010 U.S. dollars, 1960–2017

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    1960 Ranking
    1. Australia 10,360.73
    2. Uruguay 3,989.73
    3. Venezuela 3,477.89
    4. Singapore 2,829.48
    5. Chile 2,383.47
    6. Costa Rica 2,227.43
    7. South Africa 2,083.41
    8. Mexico 2,030.01
    9. Brazil 1,934.24
    10. Peru 1,794.25
    11. Colombia 1,685.38
    12. Ecuador 1,326.73
    13. Guatemala 1,309.37
    14. Panama 1,226.15
    15. Nicaragua 1,166.55
    16. Gabon 1,021.43
    17. Dominican Republic 1,017.12
    18. South Korea 965.25
    19. Malaysia 930.06
    20. Senegal 919.41
    21. Sudan 900.62
    22. Egypt 871.69
    23. Iran 835.96
    24. Algeria 768.56
    25. Madagascar 760.83
    26. Philippines 728.31
    27. Cameroon 699.27
    28. Congo (Brazzaville) 693.60
    29. Bolivia 687.68
    30. Bangladesh 617.41
    31. Kenya 505.24
    32. Thailand 460.11
    33. Morocco 453.50
    34. Togo 437.03
    35. Benin 424.54
    36. Sri Lanka 415.11
    37. Indonesia 358.11
    38. Rwanda 247.04
    39. India 236.87
    40. Lesotho 5.32
    2017 Ranking
    1. Switzerland 41,601.98
    2. Norway 40,424.88
    3. Luxembourg 33,831.17
    4. Australia 31,410.64
    5. Canada 29,666.54
    6. Denmark 28,518.05
    7. United Kingdom 27,268.39
    8. Iceland 26,451.29
    9. Hong Kong 26,116.52
    10. Finland 26,075.38
    11. Sweden 25,906.73
    12. Germany 25,530.48
    13. Austria 25,139.77
    14. Ireland 23,835.11
    15. Belgium 23,487.12
    16. France 23,191.33
    17. Netherlands 22,665.40
    18. Italy 21,064.92
    19. Cyprus 19,877.54
    20. Singapore 19,140.66
    21. Guam 18,971.18
    22. Spain 17,718.70
    23. Bahamas 17,463.82
    24. Puerto Rico 16,178.74
    25. Greece 15,647.87
    26. Portugal 14,969.14
    27. Macau 14,666.53
    28. Slovenia 13,628.41
    29. Malta 13,218.96
    30. Qatar 12,858.17
    31. South Korea 12,509.39
    32. United Arab Emirates 12,365.52
    33. Lithuania 11,142.38
    34. Czech Republic 10,857.47
    35. Kuwait 10,648.41
    36. Slovakia 10,306.54
    37. Estonia 9,992.13
    38. Uruguay 9,909.79
    39. Northern Mariana Islands 9,838.70
    40. Latvia 9,823.28
    41. Poland 9,311.30
    42. Chile 9,302.24
    43. Turkey 8,991.96
    44. Croatia 8,685.31
    45. Hungary 8,071.21
    46. Palau 7,560.49
    47. Romania 7,390.10
    48. Saudi Arabia 7,164.62
    49. Argentina 7,152.20
    50. American Samoa 7,092.15
    51. Mauritius 7,021.87
    52. Brazil 6,819.31
    53. Costa Rica 6,717.80
    54. Lebanon 6,714.98
    55. Mexico 6,460.46
    56. Malaysia 6,194.36
    57. Montenegro 6,117.45
    58. Brunei 5,945.50
    59. Panama 5,893.70
    60. Russia 5,874.66
    61. Oman 5,765.54
    62. Bulgaria 5,431.04
    63. Kazakhstan 5,383.69
    64. Colombia 5,050.29
    65. Dominican Republic 4,813.15
    66. South Africa 4,590.42
    67. Namibia 4,524.38
    68. Equatorial Guinea 4,453.81
    69. Bosnia and Herzegovina 4,427.00
    70. Serbia 4,397.39
    71. Belarus 4,328.01
    72. Albania 4,212.20
    73. Peru 3,943.65
    74. Jamaica 3,811.33
    75. Macedonia (F.Y.R.O.M.) 3,714.93
    76. Kosovo 3,679.73
    77. Cuba 3,677.12
    78. Botswana 3,614.40
    79. Paraguay 3,468.32
    80. Thailand 3,097.71
    81. Belize 3,094.19
    82. Ecuador 3,091.21
    83. Gabon 3,020.27
    84. Swaziland 2,948.65
    85. China 2,935.41
    86. Armenia 2,925.75
    87. El Salvador 2,876.88
    88. Guatemala 2,767.02
    89. Georgia 2,728.47
    90. Iran 2,703.83
    91. Jordan 2,537.43
    92. Cape Verde 2,450.09
    93. Sri Lanka 2,378.73
    94. Indonesia 2,288.60
    95. Egypt 2,279.80
    96. West Bank and Gaza 2,270.66
    97. Mongolia 2,193.42
    98. Ukraine 2,182.99
    99. Philippines 2,060.71
    100. Morocco 1,954.73
    101. Algeria 1,755.08
    102. Honduras 1,740.92
    103. Angola 1,669.27
    104. Ghana 1,585.79
    105. Bhutan 1,563.78
    106. Bolivia 1,550.68
    107. Nicaragua 1,506.73
    108. Nigeria 1,430.11
    109. Vietnam 1,239.48
    110. Comoros 1,218.24
    111. Laos 1,170.56
    112. Sudan 1,143.88
    113. India 1,102.53
    114. Ivory Coast 1,086.97
    115. Kyrgyzstan 1,045.85
    116. Cameroon 1,042.81
    117. Senegal 1,026.01
    118. Pakistan 1,023.97
    119. Kenya 929.99
    120. Cambodia 861.99
    121. Zimbabwe 861.09
    122. Bangladesh 736.46
    123. Mauritania 703.43
    124. Togo 673.54
    125. Liberia 644.13
    126. Rwanda 597.23
    127. Congo (Brazzaville) 594.20
    128. Guinea Bissau 587.76
    129. Mali 574.84
    130. Chad 565.61
    131. Benin 564.36
    132. Nepal 560.38
    133. Malawi 484.98
    134. Uganda 482.02
    135. Sierra Leone 450.67
    136. Burkina Faso 398.78
    137. Mozambique 373.96
    138. Central African Republic 347.00
    139. Congo (Kinshasa) 274.81
    140. Niger 268.67

    Household final consumption expenditure (formerly private consumption) is the market value of all goods and services, including durable products (such as cars, washing machines, and home computers), purchased by households. 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. Data are in constant 2010 U.S. dollars.

    Source: World Bank