List of countries by government budget


The list is mainly based on CIA World Factbook for the year 2016 and 2019.[1] The Chinese, Brazilian, Indian, and United States government budgets are the figures reported by the International Monetary Fund.[2]

The table includes information from government's budgets; namely revenues, expenditures and the resulting deficits or surpluses. The countries are ranked by their budget revenues in fiscal year 2016. Both sovereign states and dependent territories are included.

List


These figures are given as millions USD.

RankCountry Revenues Expenditures Surplus (or deficit) Surplus percentage of GDP Year
1 United States5,923,8299,818,534−3,894,705−18.72%2020 est.[3]
2 China3,622,3135,388,814−1,766,501−11.88%2020 est.[3]
3 Germany1,729,2242,038,247−309,203−8.18%2020 est.[3]
4 Japan1,666,4542,362,676−696,222−14.15%2020 est.[3]
5 France1,334,9441,609,710−274,766−10.77%2020 est.[3]
6 United Kingdom966,4071,400,776−434,369−16.46%2020 est.[3]
7 Italy863,7851,103,721−239,936−12.98%2020 est.[3]
8 Canada598,434917,271−318,837−19.92%2020 est.[3]
9 Spain481,945657,750−175,805−14.09%2020 est.[3]
10 India468,739807,771−339,032−13.07%2020 est.[3]
11 Russia468,651546,027−77,376−5.29%2020 est.[3]
12 Australia459,546593,856−134,310−10.06%2020 est.[3]
13 Brazil382,441611,308−228,867−16.78%2020 est.[3]
14 Korea, South363,120414,452−51,332−3.24%2020 est.[3]
15 The Netherlands352,603430,220−77,617−8.76%2020 est.[3]
16 Mexico254,256314,598−63,342−5.80%2020 est.[3]
17 Belgium251,395308,553−57,158−11.35%2020 est.[3]
18 Sweden251,009282,223−31,214−5.90%2020 est.[3]
19 Poland236,464297,249−60,785−10.46%2020 est.[4]
20  Switzerland234,445264,232−29,787−4.21%2020 est.[3]
21 Austria209,667252,524−42,857−9.90%2020 est.[3]
22 Norway196,144202,684−6,540−1.79%2020 est.[3]
23 Saudi Arabia193,054264,984−71,930−10.56%2020 est.[3]
24 Turkey188,258239,421−51,163−7.88%2020 est.[3]
25 Denmark180,287193,831−13,544−3.99%2020 est.[3]
26 Finland142,215160,544−18,329−6.84%2020 est.[3]
27 Israel128,865178,465−49,600−12.94%2020 est.[4]
28 Indonesia128,550197,306−68,756−6.31%2020 est.[3]
29 Argentina126,414170,113−43,699−11.42%2020 est.[4]
30 Thailand107,054133,588−26,534−5.21%2020 est.[4]
31 Czech Republic98,263115,932−17,669−7.30%2020 est.[4]
32 Taiwan94,207123,779−29,572−4.65%2020 est.[4]
33 Greece93,889111,371−17,482−8.99%2020 est.[4]
34 Portugal93,433111,948−18,515−8.35%2020 est.[4]
35 Ireland93,221117,149−23,928−6.00%2020 est.[4]
36 United Arab Emirates92,063127,095−35,032−9.90%2020 est.[4]
37 South Africa76,434116,118−39,684−14.04%2020 est.[4]
38 New Zealand72,53290,431−17,899−9.25%2020 est.[4]
39 Romania72,09395,944−23,851−9.59%2020 est.[4]
40 Egypt158,000168,428−10,428−6.6%2021 est.?

https://enterprise.press/stories/2021/04/26/finmin-releases-egypts-draft-fy2021-22-budget-39329/

https://m.elwatannews.com/news/details/5459608

https://www.mof.gov.eg/ar/posts/stateGeneralBudget/5fdab2567452020007052b5b/موازنة%20عامة%202021%2022

https://www.reuters.com/article/egypt-budget-aa2-idARAKBN2CC0AD

41 Colombia68,81393,921−25,108−9.48%2020 est.[4]
42 Malaysia68,11390,082−21,969−6.53%2020 est.[4]
43 Bangladesh67,97190,569−22,598−6.80%2020 est.
44 Hungary65,68978,103−12,414−8.28%2020 est.[4]
45 Philippines63,25292,876−29,624−8.06%2020 est.[4]
46 Kuwait61,17470,401−9,227−8.49%2020 est.[4]
47 Singapore59,67896,031−36,353−10.77%2020 est.[4]
48 Vietnam57,83778,348−20,511−6.02%2020 est.[4]
49 Iran57,273115,463−58,190−9.59%2020 est.[4]
50 Hong Kong57,18497,436−40,252−11.79%2020 est.[4]
51 Ukraine55,61266,722−11,110−7.81%2020 est.[5]
52 Iraq54,75685,972−31,216−17.53%2020 est.[4]
53 Qatar52,25047,7734,4773.03%2020 est.[5]
54 Chile50,66072,024−8,160−8.71%2020 est.[4]
55 Slovakia43,11351,118−8,005−8.84%2020 est.[5]
56 Pakistan42,95165,718−22,767−8.01%2020 est.[4]
57 Algeria41,47458,397−16,923−11.49%2020 est.[4]
58 Peru35,86954,286−18,417−9.41%2020 est.[4]
59 Kazakhstan29,57638,318−8,742−5.27%2020 est.[5]
60 Angola11,24313,004−1,761−2.81%2020 est.[5]
62 Ecuador32,30037,700−5,400−5.5 % 2017 est.[1]
63 Luxembourg27,60027,3802200.4% 2017 est.[1]
65 Morocco26,63030,710−4,080−3.7% 2017 est.[1]
66 Croatia25,79026,920−1,130−2.1% 2017 est.[1]
67 Belarus22,80022,5402600.5% 2017 est.[1]
68 Oman22,68032,070−9,390−13.0 % 2017 est.[1]
69 Uzbekistan20,11019,9201900.3% 2017 est.[1]
70 Slovenia20,20020,970−770−1.6% 2017 est.[1]
71 Bulgaria19,53020,310−780−1.4% 2017 est.[1]
72 Uruguay17,69019,900−2,210−3.7% 2017 est.[1]
73 Libya16,33022,320−5,990−18.0% 2017 est.[1]
74 Serbia16,25016,930−680−1.7% 2017 est.[1]
75 Lithuania21,18021,630−450−1.0% 2017 est.[1]
76 Kenya15,37020,180−4,810−6.1% 2017 est.[1]
77 Bolivia15,01017,350−2,340−6.2% 2017 est.[1]
78 Macau14,24010,5503,6907.2% 2017 est.[1]
79 Nigeria13,97022,150−8,180−2.1% 2017 est.[1]
80 Sri Lanka12,64016,660−4,020−4.8% 2017 est.[1]
81 Panama12,60013,560−960−1.6% 2017 est.[1]
82 Ethiopia12,11014,630−2,520−3.2% 2017 est.[1]
83 Dominican Republic11,18012,770−1,590−2.1% 2017 est.[1]
84 Lebanon10,90015,990−5,090−9.7% 2017 est.[1]
85 Latvia10,13010,430−300−1.0% 2017 est.[1]
86 Azerbaijan9,85210,400−548−1.4% 2017 est.[1]
87 Iceland9,9629,7352270.9% 2017 est.[1]
88 Estonia9,7729,890−118−0.5% 2017 est.[1]
89 Tunisia9,39711,610−2,213−5.6% 2017 est.[1]
90 Puerto Rico9,2689,974−706−0.7% 2017 est.[1]
91 Ghana9,23612,380−3,144−6.9% 2017 est.[1]
92 Burma9,21111,450−2,239−3.3% 2017 est.[1]
93 Jordan9,15711,810−2,653−6.5% 2017 est.[1]
94 Guatemala8,3359,600−1,265−1.8% 2017 est.[1]
95 Costa Rica8,26211,340−3,078−5.2% 2017 est.[1]
96 Sudan8,19813,400−5,202−4.4 % 2017 est.[1]
97 Tanzania7,8729,271−1,399−2.7% 2017 est.[1]
98 Bosnia and Herzegovina7,7987,996−198−1.1% 2017 est.[1]
99 Cyprus7,6777,875−198−0.9% 2017 est.[1]
100 Cote d'Ivoire7,1218,886−1,765−4.4% 2017 est.[1]
101 Trinidad and Tobago6,9167,838−922−4.5% 2017 est.[1]
102   Nepal6,9938,833−1,840-6.74% 2018 actual[6]
103 Venezuela5,52110,382−4,861−10.00%2019 est.[4]
51 Cuba52,36060,570−8,210−10.1% 2017 est.[1]
103 El Salvador5,7566,751−995−3.6% 2017 est.[1]
104 Botswana5,6096,072−463−2.8% 2017 est.[1]
105 Bahrain5,4639,281−3,818−11.3% 2017 est.[1]
106 Paraguay5,3665,876−510−1.8% 2017 est.[1]
107 Cameroon5,1546,964−1,810−5.9% 2017 est.[1]
108 Zambia4,8957,050−2,155−8.4% 2017 est.[1]
109 Honduras4,3765,086−710−3.1% 2017 est.[1]
110 Turkmenistan4,4364,703−267−0.6% 2017 est.[1]
111 Malta4,2954,354−59−0.5% 2017 est.[1]
112 Cambodia4,2684,690−422−1.9% 2017 est.[1]
113 Georgia4,2604,852−592−3.9% 2017 est.[1]
114 Jamaica4,2074,150570.4% 2017 est.[1]
115 Uganda4,0195,268−1,249−4.7% 2017 est.[1]
116 Namibia3,9674,759−792−6.3% 2017 est.[1]
117 Senegal3,8634,474−611−3.8% 2017 est.[1]
118 Nicaragua3,8004,074−274−2.0% 2017 est.[1]
119 Papua New Guinea3,6494,763−1,114−5.1% 2017 est.[1]
120 Zimbabwe3,6004,800−1,200−7.0% 2017 est.[1]
121 Albania3,4863,765−279−2.1% 2017 est.[1]
122 Yemen3,4675,232−1,765−6.9% 2017 est.[1]
123 North Macedonia3,3143,655−341−3.0% 2017 est.[1]
124 Congo, Democratic Republic of the3,2383,366−128−0.3% 2017 est.[1]
125 Korea, North3,2003,300−100-2007 est.[1]
126 Laos3,1444,098−954−5.6% 2017 est.[1]
127 Equatorial Guinea3,1863,431−245−2.4% 2017 est.[1]
128 Gabon3,1223,991−869−6.0% 2017 est.[1]
129 Mali3,0683,584−516−3.4% 2017 est.[1]
130 Mauritius2,9123,337−425−3.5% 2017 est.[1]
131 Moldova2,7963,027−231−2.9% 2017 est.[1]
132 Mozambique2,7583,607−849−6.9% 2017 est.[1]
133 Palestine2,7504,077−1,327−9.9% 2014 est.[1]
134 Burkina Faso2,6353,332−697−5.3% 2017 est.[1]
135 Mongolia2,6233,711−1,088−10.0% 2017 est.[1]
136 Armenia2,5362,910−374−3.4% 2017 est.[1]
137 Congo, Republic of the2,5163,336−820−10.5% 2017 est.[1]
138 Tajikistan2,2142,316−102−1.4% 2017 est.[1]
139 Kyrgyzstan2,0502,304−254−3.6% 2017 est.[1]
140 Bahamas2,1002,600−500−5.5% 2017 est.[1]
141 Eritrea2,0292,601−585−9.5% 2017 est.[1]
142 Afghanistan1,9926,636−4,644−22.1% 2016 est.[1]
143 French Polynesia1,8911,83358-2012[1]
144 Rwanda1,8742,255−381−4.3% 2017 est.[1]
145 Andorra1,8722,060−322−6.9% 2016[1]
146 Niger1,6802,235−555−6.0% 2017 est.[1]
147 Montenegro1,6201,950−330−7.5% 2016 est.[1]
148 Haiti1,5802,251−671−8.0% 2017 est.[1]
149 Greenland1,5781,876−298−13.5%2015[1]
150 Guinea1,5591,868−309−3.4% 2017 est.[1]
151 Togo1,4691,700−231−4.8% 2017 est.[1]
152 Fiji1,4461,687−241−4.8% 2017 est.[1]
153 Brunei1,4354,017−2,582−21.6 % 2017 est.[1]
154 Kosovo1,3961,610−214−3.2% 2017 est.[1]
155 Benin1,3722,261−889−9.4% 2017 est.[1]
156 Barbados1,3501,650−300−6.2% 2017 est.[1]
157 Malawi1,2981,612−314−5.0% 2017 est.[1]
158 Madagascar1,2921,725−443−4.1% 2017 est.[1]
159 Mauritania1,2481,301−53−1.1% 2017 est.[1]
160 US Virgin Islands1,2231,551−328- 2013[1]
161 Chad1,1781,522−344−3.5 % 2017 est.[1]
162 Swaziland1,1501,475−325−8.1% 2016 est.[1]
163 Guam1,1471,188−41- 2013 est.[1]
164 Lesotho1,0571,160−103−3.8 % 2017 est.[1]
165 Syria1,0333,177−2,144−8.7% 2017 est.[1]
166 Faroe Islands836884−48−1.7% 2014 est.[1]
167 New Caledonia9961,072−76- 2001 est.[1]
168 Liechtenstein9958901051.6% 2012 est.[1]
169 Isle of Man96594322- FY05/06 est.[1]
170 Bermuda9601,154−194- 2016 est.[1]
171 Maldives9601,156−196−3.7% 2016 est.[1]
172 Guyana9391,152−213−5.9% 2017 est.[1]
173 Monaco915973−59−0.9% 2011 est.[1]
174 Cayman Islands8707321386.2% 2016 est.[1]
175 Jersey829851−22- 2005[1]
176 Djibouti700865−165−8.0% 2017 est.[1]
177 Aruba697752−55- 2016 est.[1]
178 Bhutan693819−126−5.4% 2017 est.[1]
179 Sierra Leone684963−279−7.1% 2017 est.[1]
180 San Marino668713−45−2.9% 2011 est.[1]
181 Liberia626728−102−4.7% 2017 est.[1]
182 Burundi608749−141−4.2% 2017 est.[1]
183 Seychelles572557151.0% 2017 est.[1]
184 Guernsey56453133- 2005[1]
185 Suriname546806−260−7.1% 2017 est.[1]
186 Belize500550−50−2.7% 2017 est.[1]
187 Gibraltar47645224- 2008 est.[1]
188 South Sudan4372,259−1,822−62.5% FY 2013 est.[1]
189 Cabo Verde437464−27−1.5% 2017 est.[1]
190 Solomon Islands435472−37−2.9% 2017 est.[1]
191 Saint Lucia402431−29−1.7% 2017 est.[1]
192 Saint Kitts and Nevis37037000 2017 est.[1]
193  Vatican City315348−33- 2013[1]
194 Timor-Leste3002,200−1,900−70.0% 2017 est.[1]
195 British Virgin Islands3003000- 2016 est.[1]
196 Antigua and Barbuda296323−27−1.8% 2017 est.[1]
197 Grenada269285−16−0.5% 2017 est.[1]
198 Somalia260.1260.10 2017 est.[1]
199 Northern Mariana Islands246250−3- 2013 est.[1]
200 American Samoa241244−3- 2013 est.[1]
201 Samoa233272−39- 2016 est.[1]
202 Central African Republic231271−40−2.0% 2017 est.[1]
203 Turks and Caicos Islands22618738- 2016 est.[1]
204 Guinea-Bissau226213−41−3.2% 2017 est.[1]
205 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines222267−37−4.5% 2017 est.[1]
206 Micronesia, Federated States of21419222- FY12/13 est.[1]
207 Vanuatu204207−3−0.5% 2017 est.[1]
208 Kiribati19818018- 2013 est.[1]
209 Gambia187370−183−17.6% 2017 est.[1]
210 Comoros149183−34−5.2 % 2017 est.[1]
211 Dominica1481480- 2016 est.[1]
212 Tonga1331330- 2016 est.[1]
213 Palau1249826- 2012 est.[1]
214 Marshall Islands1171143- 2013 est.[1]
215 Sao Tome and Principe114123−7−2.5% 2017 est.[1]
216 Anguilla95868- 2016 est.[1]
217 Cook Islands87789- 2010[1]
218 Saint Pierre and Miquelon706010- 1996 est.[1]
219 Falkland Islands6775−8- FY09/10[1]
220 Nauru58526- 2010 est.[1]
221 Tuvalu433210- 2013 est.[1]
222 Montserrat37370-2016 est.[1]
223 Niue1516−1-FY04/05[1]
224 Saint Helena and Dependencies922−13-FY06/07 est.[1]
225 Norfolk Island550 -FY99/00[1]
226 Pitcairn Islands110 -FY04/05[1]
227 Tokelau1 3−2-1987 est.[1]
228 Wallis and Futuna-2004[1]
World25,187,60235,648,089−10,460,487-41.53%Calculation

See also


Europe:

United States:

Notes


    References


    1. The World Factbook. "List of government budgets by country". Retrieved June 10, 2019.
    2. "Report for Selected Countries and Subjects". www.imf.org.
    3. "World Economic Outlook Database, October 2020". IMF.org. International Monetary Fund. Retrieved 6 January 2021.
    4. "World Economic Outlook Database, October 2020". IMF.org. International Monetary Fund. Retrieved 6 January 2021.
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