Burundi - Gross domestic savings (current US$)

The latest value for Gross domestic savings (current US$) in Burundi was ($125,272,000) as of 2018. Over the past 58 years, the value for this indicator has fluctuated between $77,154,380 in 1983 and ($337,835,300) in 2013.

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
1960 $10,499,990
1961 $10,499,990
1962 $8,749,998
1963 ($1,749,996)
1964 $19,250,010
1965 $5,692,445
1966 $7,530,286
1967 $10,281,140
1968 $9,377,143
1969 $11,132,570
1970 $8,734,857
1971 $4,732,572
1972 ($392,000)
1973 $9,115,787
1974 ($5,966,984)
1975 ($13,244,440)
1976 $27,631,300
1977 $62,970,000
1978 $33,673,330
1979 $49,741,110
1980 ($5,490,000)
1981 $39,845,560
1982 ($22,676,670)
1983 $77,154,380
1984 $62,412,500
1985 $47,160,540
1986 $12,637,460
1987 $74,887,730
1988 $18,104,220
1989 $36,371,610
1990 ($60,739,830)
1991 ($48,773,850)
1992 ($109,272,800)
1993 ($58,560,590)
1994 ($103,935,200)
1995 ($79,919,260)
1996 ($14,975,840)
1997 $14,519,650
1998 ($41,729,400)
1999 ($20,228,550)
2000 ($62,106,100)
2001 ($53,812,250)
2002 ($68,949,830)
2003 ($52,922,540)
2004 ($67,029,100)
2005 ($50,270,090)
2006 ($118,258,700)
2007 ($135,803,700)
2008 ($206,170,200)
2009 ($64,580,270)
2010 ($59,737,070)
2011 ($202,436,500)
2012 ($186,098,200)
2013 ($337,835,300)
2014 ($308,460,000)
2015 $67,192,010
2016 ($30,698,770)
2017 ($43,813,530)
2018 ($125,272,000)

Aggregation method: Gap-filled total

Periodicity: Annual

Classification

Topic: Economic Policy & Debt Indicators

Sub-Topic: National accounts