Gross national expenditure (% of GDP) - Country Ranking - Africa

Definition: Gross national expenditure (formerly domestic absorption) is the sum of household final consumption expenditure (formerly private consumption), general government final consumption expenditure (formerly general government consumption), and gross capital formation (formerly gross domestic investment).

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

See also: Thematic map, Time series comparison

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Rank Country Value Year
1 Liberia 178.86 2016
2 Mozambique 142.39 2016
3 Lesotho 140.89 2016
4 Sierra Leone 128.16 2016
5 Somalia 127.95 1990
6 Comoros 127.80 2016
7 Mauritania 126.23 2016
8 Burundi 125.67 2016
9 Namibia 123.71 2016
10 Congo 122.35 2016
11 Cabo Verde 120.32 2014
12 Djibouti 120.06 2007
13 Togo 119.93 2016
14 Ethiopia 119.77 2016
15 Rwanda 118.10 2016
16 The Gambia 117.90 2016
17 Central African Republic 117.29 2016
18 Mali 116.58 2016
19 Seychelles 115.10 2014
20 Senegal 114.96 2016
21 Niger 114.36 2016
22 Algeria 114.27 2016
23 Zimbabwe 114.01 2016
24 Malawi 111.90 2016
25 Tunisia 110.85 2016
26 Burkina Faso 110.24 2015
27 Morocco 110.24 2016
28 Uganda 110.06 2016
29 Mauritius 109.41 2016
30 Egypt 109.33 2016
31 Benin 109.11 2016
32 Kenya 108.79 2016
33 Eritrea 108.78 2011
34 Chad 108.06 2016
35 Dem. Rep. Congo 107.94 2016
36 Ghana 107.12 2016
37 Cameroon 104.83 2016
38 Zambia 103.29 2016
39 Swaziland 103.16 2016
40 Tanzania 103.13 2016
41 Sudan 102.70 2016
42 Madagascar 102.26 2016
43 Guinea-Bissau 100.93 2016
44 Guinea 100.33 2005
45 Nigeria 99.86 2015
46 South Africa 99.85 2016
47 Angola 99.40 2016
48 Equatorial Guinea 90.17 2016
49 Côte d'Ivoire 87.81 2016
50 Botswana 86.84 2016
51 Gabon 86.01 2016
52 Libya 56.47 2008

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Periodicity: Annual