Household final consumption expenditure

current U.S. dollars, 1960–2018

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    1960 Ranking
    1. India 32,254,400,755.00
    2. China 30,128,361,362.00
    3. Australia 10,721,245,380.00
    4. Mexico 10,068,640,000.00
    5. Brazil 10,051,138,972.00
    6. Turkey 7,891,491,985.00
    7. Venezuela 4,880,818,182.00
    8. Philippines 4,691,569,894.00
    9. South Africa 4,685,798,128.00
    10. Bangladesh 3,686,015,437.00
    11. Iran 3,436,647,873.00
    12. South Korea 3,369,832,459.00
    13. Chile 3,230,180,539.00
    14. Colombia 2,943,982,246.00
    15. Thailand 1,856,688,289.00
    16. Morocco 1,569,259,204.00
    17. Israel 1,565,000,000.00
    18. Algeria 1,527,128,519.00
    19. Malaysia 1,526,134,980.00
    20. Puerto Rico 1,398,000,000.00
    21. Ecuador 1,368,324,230.00
    22. Peru 1,347,408,923.00
    23. Sri Lanka 1,086,082,584.00
    24. Sudan 998,666,666.70
    25. Hong Kong 933,506,626.10
    26. Uruguay 925,291,295.40
    27. Ghana 886,658,934.70
    28. Guatemala 876,000,000.00
    29. Zimbabwe 817,397,900.00
    30. Senegal 784,165,070.80
    31. Syria 666,011,829.80
    32. Singapore 630,243,041.90
    33. Madagascar 574,593,826.50
    34. Kenya 568,903,646.00
    35. Jamaica 483,281,254.40
    36. Dominican Republic 471,500,100.00
    37. Afghanistan 466,666,655.60
    38. Cambodia 439,999,985.70
    39. Costa Rica 390,983,446.60
    40. Niger 384,647,341.90
    41. Panama 373,855,500.00
    42. Ivory Coast 343,952,403.60
    43. Uganda 317,083,857.40
    44. Bolivia 314,112,088.70
    45. Burkina Faso 291,246,354.00
    46. Honduras 257,350,000.00
    47. Chad 214,356,765.70
    48. Benin 190,937,435.50
    49. Burundi 180,250,010.00
    50. Somalia 155,847,919.70
    51. Malawi 144,617,107.70
    52. Congo (Brazzaville) 127,610,032.30
    53. Guyana 116,607,361.60
    54. Rwanda 96,999,946.00
    55. Togo 94,376,590.72
    56. Central African Republic 80,752,040.31
    57. Lesotho 37,379,252.41
    58. Botswana 27,948,408.80
    59. Swaziland 19,039,619.21
    60. United States 3.32
    2018 Ranking
    1. Ukraine 90,360,103,675.00
    2. Hungary 76,404,539,651.00
    3. Kenya 71,876,817,646.00
    4. Guatemala 68,886,623,577.00
    5. Morocco 68,470,930,418.00
    6. Ecuador 64,706,634,000.00
    7. Puerto Rico 64,275,900,000.00
    8. Sri Lanka 62,023,027,686.00
    9. Slovakia 57,925,384,158.00
    10. Dominican Republic 55,413,838,578.00
    11. Ethiopia 55,215,547,947.00
    12. Lebanon 48,394,141,296.00
    13. Bulgaria 40,331,985,516.00
    14. Uruguay 39,807,467,677.00
    15. Costa Rica 38,299,741,961.00
    16. Jordan 35,786,618,759.00
    17. Serbia 35,438,495,195.00
    18. Croatia 34,973,449,546.00
    19. Congo (Kinshasa) 33,829,417,424.00
    20. Lithuania 33,349,881,872.00
    21. Belarus 32,158,617,982.00
    22. Sudan 29,699,279,446.00
    23. Oman 28,866,059,818.00
    24. Ivory Coast 28,332,416,919.00
    25. Cameroon 27,854,029,509.00
    26. Slovenia 27,573,401,670.00
    27. Uzbekistan 27,508,583,616.00
    28. Bolivia 26,996,904,920.00
    29. Paraguay 26,202,774,823.00
    30. Azerbaijan 24,964,411,765.00
    31. Zimbabwe 22,988,167,510.00
    32. El Salvador 21,664,150,000.00
    33. Luxembourg 21,233,869,681.00
    34. Uganda 21,231,846,130.00
    35. Nepal 21,122,703,810.00
    36. Latvia 20,474,965,830.00
    37. Honduras 18,891,642,480.00
    38. Cambodia 17,354,300,020.00
    39. Senegal 17,353,938,649.00
    40. Cyprus 16,523,489,141.00
    41. Bahrain 15,686,414,894.00
    42. Bosnia and Herzegovina 15,310,872,058.00
    43. Estonia 15,104,054,475.00
    44. Iceland 13,131,859,481.00
    45. Mali 13,127,793,783.00
    46. Macau 13,126,664,602.00
    47. West Bank and Gaza 13,110,300,000.00
    48. Albania 11,995,056,265.00
    49. Mauritius 10,755,221,840.00
    50. Namibia 10,182,533,954.00
    51. Georgia 10,001,316,838.00
    52. Mozambique 9,956,287,022.00
    53. Armenia 9,937,019,400.00
    54. Moldova 9,681,354,253.00
    55. Botswana 9,515,285,513.00
    56. Nicaragua 9,305,737,463.00
    57. Chad 8,715,417,429.00
    58. Burkina Faso 8,008,454,739.00
    59. Guinea 7,568,194,429.00
    60. Rwanda 7,370,087,103.00
    61. Somalia 7,358,808,732.00
    62. Benin 7,291,728,101.00
    63. Kyrgyzstan 6,692,646,604.00
    64. Kosovo 6,577,065,202.00
    65. Malta 6,389,128,215.00
    66. Equatorial Guinea 6,253,112,623.00
    67. Mongolia 6,173,257,202.00
    68. Liberia 4,341,000,000.00
    69. Montenegro 4,036,375,118.00
    70. Togo 3,460,490,004.00
    71. Congo (Brazzaville) 3,454,849,631.00
    72. Mauritania 3,343,521,099.00
    73. Brunei 2,651,269,567.00
    74. Guinea Bissau 1,261,851,149.00
    75. Cape Verde 1,222,706,532.00
    76. Djibouti 1,148,745,959.00
    77. Seychelles 903,610,452.20
    78. Canada 9.97
    79. Spain 8.23
    80. Russia 8.18
    81. Australia 8.10
    82. Mexico 7.91
    83. South Korea 7.88
    84. Indonesia 5.94
    85. Turkey 4.41
    86. Netherlands 4.03
    87. Switzerland 3.73
    88. Poland 3.41
    89. Argentina 3.37
    90. Saudi Arabia 2.98
    91. Belgium 2.72
    92. Pakistan 2.57
    93. Hong Kong 2.48
    94. Thailand 2.46
    95. Philippines 2.44
    96. Sweden 2.43
    97. Austria 2.35
    98. Colombia 2.26
    99. South Africa 2.21
    100. Egypt 2.14
    101. Germany 2.10
    102. Malaysia 2.03
    103. Bangladesh 1.94
    104. Norway 1.89
    105. Chile 1.88
    106. United Kingdom 1.87
    107. Denmark 1.66
    108. Vietnam 1.66
    109. India 1.62
    110. United Arab Emirates 1.60
    111. Portugal 1.55
    112. France 1.50
    113. Romania 1.50
    114. Greece 1.48
    115. Finland 1.47
    116. Peru 1.41
    117. Iraq 1.32
    118. Singapore 1.27
    119. Italy 1.26
    120. Brazil 1.20
    121. Ireland 1.19
    122. Czech Republic 1.16

    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 current U.S. dollars.

    Source: World Bank