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Economy > Savings > Gross domestic savings > Current US$: Countries Compared

DEFINITION: Gross domestic savings (current US$). Gross domestic savings are calculated as GDP less final consumption expenditure (total consumption). Data are in current U.S. dollars.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 China $4.25 trillion 2012
2 European Union $3.35 trillion 2012
3 United States $2.55 trillion 2012
4 Japan $1.11 trillion 2012
Group of 7 countries (G7) average (profile) $855.32 billion 2012
5 Germany $794.78 billion 2012
6 Russia $670.50 billion 2012
Non-religious countries average (profile) $568.66 billion 2012
7 India $513.98 billion 2012
8 France $459.36 billion 2012
9 Australia $432.31 billion 2012
10 Italy $383.62 billion 2012
11 Canada $382.45 billion 2012
12 Saudi Arabia $366.58 billion 2012
13 Brazil $365.10 billion 2012
14 South Korea $346.03 billion 2012
Emerging markets average (profile) $338.00 billion 2012
15 United Kingdom $310.41 billion 2012
High income OECD countries average (profile) $303.87 billion 2012
16 Indonesia $302.71 billion 2012
17 Spain $271.18 billion 2012
Cold countries average (profile) $255.61 billion 2011
18 Mexico $250.99 billion 2012
19 Netherlands $199.83 billion 2012
20 Switzerland $198.30 billion 2012
21 Norway $191.21 billion 2012
Heavily indebted countries average (profile) $176.90 billion 2011
NATO countries average (profile) $164.29 billion 2012
Eurozone average (profile) $161.81 billion 2011
22 United Arab Emirates $142.90 billion 2011
South Asia average (profile) $136.68 billion 2012
23 Singapore $135.07 billion 2012
European Union average (profile) $132.75 billion 2011
24 Sweden $129.10 billion 2012
25 Qatar $128.41 billion 2011
26 Iran $125.29 billion 2007
27 Turkey $119.70 billion 2012
28 Malaysia $114.78 billion 2012
29 Argentina $114.55 billion 2012
30 Thailand $112.99 billion 2012
Europe average (profile) $109.63 billion 2011
31 Venezuela $108.80 billion 2012
32 Nigeria $107.07 billion 2012
33 Belgium $106.96 billion 2012
34 Poland $102.73 billion 2012
Former British colonies average (profile) $102.51 billion 2011
35 Austria $102.21 billion 2012
OPEC countries average (profile) $100.53 billion 2008
36 Kuwait $99.88 billion 2011
37 Algeria $96.74 billion 2012
Religious countries average (profile) $85.95 billion 2012
Christian countries average (profile) $85.78 billion 2011
Catholic countries average (profile) $83.15 billion 2011
38 Kazakhstan $82.44 billion 2012
39 Colombia $81.09 billion 2012
40 Ireland $74.00 billion 2012
41 Hong Kong $71.72 billion 2012
42 Denmark $69.34 billion 2012
43 Chile $68.35 billion 2012
Former Soviet republics average (profile) $66.90 billion 2012
44 Libya $63.19 billion 2008
45 South Africa $62.89 billion 2012
South and Central Asia average (profile) $61.57 billion 2012
46 Peru $61.17 billion 2012
47 Czech Republic $56.85 billion 2012
Middle Eastern and North Africa average (profile) $53.90 billion 2008
Eastern Europe average (profile) $52.11 billion 2011
48 Israel $50.84 billion 2011
49 Romania $50.48 billion 2012
50 Vietnam $47.91 billion 2012
51 Finland $46.88 billion 2012
Former Spanish colonies average (profile) $43.97 billion 2012
52 Philippines $38.23 billion 2012
Latin America and Caribbean average (profile) $37.61 billion 2011
53 Hungary $37.01 billion 2011
Muslim countries average (profile) $34.35 billion 2010
54 Portugal $34.17 billion 2012
55 Angola $33.80 billion 2012
56 Azerbaijan $33.32 billion 2012
57 New Zealand $33.31 billion 2012
58 Macau $31.95 billion 2012
59 Oman $30.88 billion 2008
60 Puerto Rico $28.99 billion 2011
61 Luxembourg $27.82 billion 2012
62 Turkmenistan $26.75 billion 2012
63 Belarus $24.67 billion 2012
64 Slovakia $23.49 billion 2011
65 Ecuador $21.39 billion 2012
66 Greece $21.34 billion 2012
67 Egypt $20.94 billion 2012
68 Bangladesh $20.47 billion 2012
69 Morocco $20.23 billion 2012
Potential Future EU Members average (profile) $17.59 billion 2012
Landlocked countries average (profile) $17.26 billion 2011
70 Ukraine $16.34 billion 2012
71 Pakistan $15.73 billion 2012
72 Bahrain $13.81 billion 2011
73 Trinidad and Tobago $13.13 billion 2008
74 Panama $12.26 billion 2012
75 Croatia $11.88 billion 2012
76 Equatorial Guinea $11.70 billion 2011
77 Republic of the Congo $11.22 billion 2011
78 Slovenia $11.21 billion 2011
79 Syria $10.88 billion 2010
80 Brunei $10.81 billion 2012
81 Uzbekistan $10.70 billion 2012
82 Gabon $10.38 billion 2012
83 Bulgaria $10.26 billion 2012
84 Sri Lanka $10.08 billion 2012
Former French colonies average (profile) $9.31 billion 2011
85 Uruguay $8.88 billion 2012
86 Cuba $8.85 billion 2011
87 Ghana $8.35 billion 2012
88 Costa Rica $7.69 billion 2012
89 Lithuania $7.41 billion 2011
90 Sudan $7.37 billion 2012
91 Bolivia $7.32 billion 2012
failed states average (profile) $7.23 billion 2010
92 Ethiopia $6.83 billion 2012
Sub-Saharan Africa average (profile) $6.80 billion 2011
93 Zambia $6.53 billion 2011
94 Tunisia $6.50 billion 2012
95 Estonia $6.36 billion 2012
96 Latvia $6.30 billion 2011
97 Tanzania $6.11 billion 2012
98 Serbia $4.45 billion 2011
99 Dominican Republic $4.29 billion 2012
100 Botswana $4.19 billion 2012
101 Cameroon $4.19 billion 2012
102 Cote d'Ivoire $4.18 billion 2008
103 Mongolia $3.86 billion 2012
104 Lebanon $3.79 billion 2012
105 Paraguay $3.75 billion 2012
106 Iceland $2.84 billion 2012
107 Cyprus $2.78 billion 2010
108 Democratic Republic of the Congo $2.52 billion 2012
109 Yemen $2.42 billion 2010
110 Uganda $2.32 billion 2011
111 Chad $2.19 billion 2012
112 Nepal $2.18 billion 2012
113 Laos $1.85 billion 2012
114 Namibia $1.77 billion 2012
115 Guatemala $1.74 billion 2012
116 Burkina Faso $1.68 billion 2011
117 Georgia $1.59 billion 2012
118 Malta $1.55 billion 2011
119 Cambodia $1.50 billion 2011
120 Senegal $1.37 billion 2012
121 Mauritius $1.33 billion 2012
122 Papua New Guinea $1.31 billion 2004
123 Mali $1.29 billion 2011
124 The Bahamas $1.22 billion 2012
125 Kenya $1.18 billion 2012
126 Honduras $1.12 billion 2012
127 Niger $1.02 billion 2012
128 Mozambique $971.32 million 2012
129 Albania $874.64 million 2012
130 Madagascar $861.93 million 2009
131 Nicaragua $804.31 million 2012
132 Bhutan $696.47 million 2011
133 Republic of Macedonia $597.48 million 2012
134 Benin $413.22 million 2011
135 New Caledonia $383.83 million 1990
136 Cape Verde $348.69 million 2011
137 Aruba $318.37 million 2011
138 Malawi $314.61 million 2011
139 Antigua and Barbuda $298.50 million 2012
140 Fiji $297.54 million 2008
141 Kyrgyzstan $243.31 million 2012
142 Belize $200.80 million 2011
143 Suriname $181.51 million 2005
144 Rwanda $171.50 million 2012
145 Vanuatu $159.41 million 2011
146 Saint Lucia $156.66 million 2012
147 Djibouti $147.76 million 2007
148 Saint Kitts and Nevis $125.02 million 2012
149 Barbados $101.50 million 2012
150 Central African Republic $100.40 million 2012
151 Sierra Leone $86.38 million 2011
152 Dominica $52.38 million 2012
153 Togo $51.22 million 2011
154 Eritrea $31.85 million 2011
155 Swaziland $27.17 million 2011
156 Mauritania $23.55 million 2012
157 Maldives $17.04 million 2005
158 The Gambia $8.19 million 2011
159 Burundi $-3,601,620.81 2012
160 Guinea $-13,566,228.49 2011
161 Kiribati $-15,295,975.32 1992
162 Solomon Islands $-29,688,526.74 2006
163 Armenia $-42,717,272.94 2012
164 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines $-43,222,221.11 2012
165 Federated States of Micronesia $-46,000,000.00 1983
166 Tonga $-53,800,612.21 2012
167 Guinea-Bissau $-55,905,391.37 2012
168 Grenada $-61,629,627.80 2012
169 Guyana $-102,000,978.47 2012
170 Comoros $-113,094,960.54 2009
171 Somalia $-114,214,664.83 1990
172 Montenegro $-255,049,798.69 2012
173 Kosovo $-307,835,299.39 2012
174 Bosnia and Herzegovina $-320,756,399.78 2012
175 Jamaica $-392,662,096.86 2012
176 Haiti $-448,489,255.13 2012
177 East Timor $-515,400,000.00 2011
178 Liberia $-550,582,722.95 2012
179 Zimbabwe $-683,074,808.29 2012
180 Lesotho $-726,835,907.83 2012
181 El Salvador $-947,900,000.00 2012
182 Jordan $-1,084,557,200.00 2012
183 Moldova $-1,247,254,833.97 2012
184 Tajikistan $-1,856,692,022.94 2012
185 South Sudan $-2,140,527,599.47 2012
186 Afghanistan $-3,447,530,100.73 2012

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Economy > Savings > Gross domestic savings > Current US$: Countries Compared Map

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Interesting observations about Economy > Savings > Gross domestic savings > Current US$

  • China ranked first for savings > gross domestic savings > current US$ amongst Emerging markets in 2012.
  • 42 of the bottom 65 countries by savings > gross domestic savings > current US$ are Hot countries.
  • 9 of the bottom 52 countries by savings > gross domestic savings > current US$ are Sparsely populated.
  • 15 of the bottom 181 countries by savings > gross domestic savings > current US$ are Former Soviet.
  • 5 of the bottom 180 countries by savings > gross domestic savings > current US$ are South Asian.
  • 13 of the bottom 180 countries by savings > gross domestic savings > current US$ are South and Central Asian.
  • 3 of the bottom 14 countries by savings > gross domestic savings > current US$ are Eastern European.
  • 15 of the bottom 170 countries by savings > gross domestic savings > current US$ are Eurozone.
  • 11 of the bottom 126 countries by savings > gross domestic savings > current US$ are European Union.
  • 9 of the bottom 182 countries by savings > gross domestic savings > current US$ are Western European.
  • 3 of the bottom 91 countries by savings > gross domestic savings > current US$ are NATO.
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