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

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 Timor-Leste 153.58 2015
2 Tajikistan 149.15 2013
3 Afghanistan 142.13 2016
4 Kyrgyz Republic 135.08 2016
5 Nepal 129.89 2016
6 Bhutan 123.38 2016
7 Jordan 122.66 2009
8 Yemen 121.81 2016
9 Lebanon 121.62 2016
10 Georgia 115.72 2016
11 Armenia 109.60 2016
12 Philippines 108.97 2016
13 Iraq 108.16 2016
14 Lao PDR 107.91 2016
15 Sri Lanka 107.63 2016
16 Pakistan 106.86 2016
17 Myanmar 105.76 2015
18 Bangladesh 104.65 2016
19 Cambodia 104.39 2016
20 Turkey 102.89 2016
21 Uzbekistan 101.80 2016
22 India 101.46 2016
23 Saudi Arabia 99.51 2016
24 Indonesia 99.22 2016
25 Syrian Arab Republic 99.19 2007
26 Japan 98.95 2016
27 Iran 98.41 2016
28 Kuwait 98.20 2016
29 Israel 97.91 2016
30 Hong Kong SAR, China 97.87 2016
31 China 97.77 2016
32 United Arab Emirates 97.62 2016
33 Vietnam 97.44 2016
34 Azerbaijan 97.22 2016
35 Kazakhstan 96.45 2016
36 Mongolia 95.21 2016
37 Russia 94.84 2016
38 Qatar 94.14 2016
39 Malaysia 93.31 2016
40 Korea 93.20 2016
41 Bahrain 91.63 2016
42 Oman 91.40 2015
43 Brunei 88.16 2016
44 Thailand 85.27 2016
45 Singapore 74.12 2016
46 Turkmenistan 71.14 2012
47 Macao SAR, China 58.91 2016

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Periodicity: Annual