Belgium - Gross domestic savings

Gross domestic savings (current US$)

The latest value for Gross domestic savings (current US$) in Belgium was $118,093,000,000 as of 2016. Over the past 46 years, the value for this indicator has fluctuated between $135,955,000,000 in 2008 and $8,484,917,000 in 1970.

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

Source: World Bank national accounts data, and OECD National Accounts data files.

See also:

Year Value
1970 $8,484,917,000
1971 $9,076,772,000
1972 $10,989,290,000
1973 $14,041,070,000
1974 $17,197,460,000
1975 $17,628,770,000
1976 $19,311,120,000
1977 $21,423,210,000
1978 $25,849,180,000
1979 $28,030,230,000
1980 $29,938,030,000
1981 $21,258,390,000
1982 $18,113,730,000
1983 $16,487,810,000
1984 $16,796,270,000
1985 $17,042,350,000
1986 $24,701,310,000
1987 $31,736,370,000
1988 $39,017,580,000
1989 $41,867,120,000
1990 $53,170,920,000
1991 $51,568,730,000
1992 $58,546,020,000
1993 $56,051,760,000
1994 $62,262,170,000
1995 $73,227,560,000
1996 $68,921,830,000
1997 $65,543,530,000
1998 $67,043,790,000
1999 $68,987,220,000
2000 $62,849,550,000
2001 $61,692,350,000
2002 $67,741,860,000
2003 $83,140,300,000
2004 $100,869,000,000
2005 $105,656,000,000
2006 $113,160,000,000
2007 $133,363,000,000
2008 $135,955,000,000
2009 $115,940,000,000
2010 $118,415,000,000
2011 $129,157,000,000
2012 $118,602,000,000
2013 $121,977,000,000
2014 $127,360,000,000
2015 $113,499,000,000
2016 $118,093,000,000

Gross domestic savings (current LCU)

The value for Gross domestic savings (current LCU) in Belgium was 106,761,000,000 as of 2016. As the graph below shows, over the past 46 years this indicator reached a maximum value of 106,761,000,000 in 2016 and a minimum value of 10,517,050,000 in 1970.

Definition: Gross domestic savings are calculated as GDP less final consumption expenditure (total consumption). Data are in current local currency.

Source: World Bank national accounts data, and OECD National Accounts data files.

Year Value
1970 10,517,050,000
1971 11,038,260,000
1972 11,990,420,000
1973 13,566,480,000
1974 16,605,860,000
1975 16,072,150,000
1976 18,480,740,000
1977 19,034,520,000
1978 20,180,460,000
1979 20,372,380,000
1980 21,702,080,000
1981 19,566,220,000
1982 20,515,610,000
1983 20,898,300,000
1984 24,058,980,000
1985 25,084,630,000
1986 27,354,230,000
1987 29,372,010,000
1988 35,564,520,000
1989 40,895,800,000
1990 44,046,790,000
1991 43,652,940,000
1992 46,661,180,000
1993 48,069,980,000
1994 51,640,240,000
1995 53,514,700,000
1996 52,897,500,000
1997 58,124,000,000
1998 60,326,000,000
1999 64,751,400,000
2000 68,216,900,000
2001 68,941,200,000
2002 71,982,500,000
2003 73,662,300,000
2004 81,240,100,000
2005 84,957,900,000
2006 90,199,700,000
2007 97,434,700,000
2008 92,816,200,000
2009 83,453,600,000
2010 89,408,700,000
2011 92,909,600,000
2012 92,307,300,000
2013 91,867,900,000
2014 95,995,000,000
2015 102,338,000,000
2016 106,761,000,000

Gross domestic savings (% of GDP)

Gross domestic savings (% of GDP) in Belgium was 25.24 as of 2016. Its highest value over the past 46 years was 31.60 in 1970, while its lowest value was 18.81 in 1983.

Definition: Gross domestic savings are calculated as GDP less final consumption expenditure (total consumption).

Source: World Bank national accounts data, and OECD National Accounts data files.

See also:

Year Value
1970 31.60
1971 30.27
1972 29.38
1973 29.25
1974 30.53
1975 26.70
1976 27.01
1977 25.72
1978 25.40
1979 23.97
1980 23.48
1981 20.19
1982 19.56
1983 18.81
1984 20.04
1985 19.65
1986 20.47
1987 21.13
1988 23.91
1989 25.36
1990 25.76
1991 24.37
1992 24.80
1993 24.81
1994 25.29
1995 25.29
1996 24.50
1997 25.72
1998 25.73
1999 26.51
2000 26.42
2001 25.94
2002 26.17
2003 26.06
2004 27.20
2005 27.28
2006 27.61
2007 28.27
2008 26.21
2009 23.93
2010 24.49
2011 24.51
2012 23.82
2013 23.42
2014 23.98
2015 24.93
2016 25.24

Classification

Topic: Economic Policy & Debt Indicators

Sub-Topic: National accounts