Country Comparison > Current Account Balance

RankCountryCurrent Account Balance (US$)
1Germany280,237,998,080
2Japan185,644,007,424
3China141,335,003,136
4Netherlands90,207,002,624
5Switzerland79,937,003,520
6Russia65,310,998,528
7Taiwan65,173,000,192
8Singapore63,109,001,216
9Korea, South59,970,998,272
10Italy59,517,001,728
11Thailand37,033,000,960
12Denmark30,934,999,040
13Spain29,603,000,320
14United Arab Emirates26,470,000,640
15Hong Kong22,468,999,168
16Sweden22,339,000,320
17Macau16,750,000,128
18Norway16,656,000,000
19Saudi Arabia15,230,000,128
20Israel13,411,000,320
21Austria12,666,999,808
22Vietnam12,478,000,128
23Malaysia12,295,000,064
24Nigeria10,380,000,256
25Iran9,491,000,320
26Turkey8,560,999,936
27Australia8,145,999,872
28Kuwait7,127,000,064
29Qatar6,425,999,872
30Papua New Guinea4,858,999,808
31Iraq4,344,000,000
32Venezuela4,276,999,936
33Luxembourg3,254,000,128
34Slovenia3,049,999,872
35Poland2,920,000,000
36Libya2,574,000,128
37Trinidad and Tobago2,324,999,936
38Botswana2,146,000,000
39Bulgaria2,060,000,000
40Brunei2,020,999,936
41Belgium1,843,000,064
42Lithuania1,816,999,936
43Uzbekistan1,712,999,936
44Azerbaijan1,684,999,936
45Croatia1,596,999,936
46Malta1,560,999,936
47Iceland1,496,000,000
48Guatemala1,134,000,000
49Afghanistan1,014,000,000
50Cuba985,400,000
51Uruguay879,000,000
52Bermuda818,600,000
53Estonia616,000,000
54Swaziland604,000,000
55British Virgin Islands362,600,000
56Burma240,000,000
57French Polynesia207,700,000
58Cook Islands26,670,000
59Aruba22,000,000
60Saint Lucia21,000,000
61Kiribati18,000,000
62Micronesia, Federated States of12,000,000
63Nauru5,000,000
64Tuvalu2,000,000
65Marshall Islands-1,000,000
66Suriname-2,000,000
67Sri Lanka-10,000,000
68Vanuatu-13,000,000
69Montserrat-15,400,000
70Samoa-19,000,000
71Anguilla-23,200,000
72Comoros-27,000,000
73Guinea-Bissau-27,000,000
74Sao Tome and Principe-32,000,000
75Tajikistan-35,000,000
76Madagascar-35,000,000
77Ecuador-53,000,000
78Tonga-53,000,000
79Palau-53,000,000
80Solomon Islands-54,000,000
81Dominica-70,000,000
82Grenada-77,000,000
83Nepal-93,000,000
84Saint Kitts and Nevis-97,000,000
85Lesotho-102,000,000
86Cape Verde-109,000,000
87Antigua and Barbuda-112,000,000
88Saint Vincent and the Grenadines-116,000,000
89Eritrea-137,000,000
90Belize-143,000,000
91Macedonia-151,000,000
92South Sudan-154,000,000
93Central African Republic-163,000,000
94Dominican Republic-165,000,000
95Barbados-189,000,000
96Gambia, The-194,000,000
97Congo, Democratic Republic of the-200,000,000
98Portugal-203,000,000
99Namibia-216,000,000
100Latvia-222,000,000
101Guyana-237,000,000
102Fiji-277,000,000
103Djibouti-280,000,000
104East Timor-284,000,000
105Jamaica-298,000,000
106Paraguay-298,000,000
107Kyrgyzstan-306,000,000
108Seychelles-307,000,000
109Armenia-328,000,000
110Haiti-348,000,000
111Honduras-380,000,000
112Togo-383,000,000
113Hungary-392,000,000
114Sierra Leone-407,000,000
115Burundi-418,000,000
116Somalia-464,000,000
117Kosovo-467,000,000
118Cayman Islands-492,600,000
119El Salvador-501,000,000
120Bhutan-547,000,000
121Chad-558,000,000
122Malawi-591,000,000
123Moldova-602,000,000
124Finland-603,000,000
125Rwanda-622,000,000
126Liberia-627,000,000
127Czech Republic-678,000,000
128Nicaragua-694,000,000
129Guinea-705,000,000
130Mauritania-711,000,000
131Zimbabwe-716,000,000
132Gabon-725,000,000
133Equatorial Guinea-738,000,000
134Montenegro-780,000,000
135Bosnia and Herzegovina-873,000,000
136Mauritius-875,000,000
137Maldives-876,000,000
138Mali-886,000,000
139Albania-908,000,000
140Belarus-931,000,000
141Cameroon-932,000,000
142Zambia-1,006,000,000
143Burkina Faso-1,019,000,000
144Benin-1,024,000,000
145Congo, Republic of the-1,128,000,000
146Mongolia-1,155,000,064
147Niger-1,160,000,000
148Uganda-1,212,000,000
149Jordan-1,222,000,000
150Yemen-1,236,000,000
151Angola-1,254,000,000
152Tanzania-1,312,999,936
153Georgia-1,348,000,000
154Gaza Strip-1,444,000,000
155West Bank-1,444,000,000
156New Caledonia-1,468,999,936
157Senegal-1,547,000,064
158Bahrain-1,600,000,000
159Costa Rica-1,692,000,000
160Cambodia-1,871,000,064
161Bahamas, The-1,908,999,936
162Laos-2,056,999,936
163Syria-2,123,000,064
164Ghana-2,130,999,936
165Serbia-2,353,999,872
166Bolivia-2,375,000,064
167Mozambique-3,024,999,936
168Slovakia-3,025,999,872
169Panama-3,036,000,000
170Greece-3,113,999,872
171Philippines-3,385,999,872
172Peru-3,531,000,064
173Argentina-3,996,999,936
174Ukraine-4,124,000,000
175Tunisia-4,191,000,064
176Mexico-4,351,000,064
177Turkmenistan-4,359,000,064
178Sudan-4,810,999,808
179Morocco-5,074,999,808
180Bangladesh-5,321,999,872
181Ethiopia-6,551,000,064
182New Zealand-6,961,999,872
183Pakistan-7,143,000,064
184Kazakhstan-7,206,000,128
185Egypt-8,915,000,320
186South Africa-10,625,999,872
187Oman-10,759,999,488
188Chile-10,933,000,192
189Romania-11,388,999,680
190Lebanon-12,369,999,872
191Colombia-13,747,999,744
192France-18,101,999,616
193Algeria-22,100,000,768
194India-29,748,000,768
195Indonesia-30,358,999,040
196Canada-35,425,001,472
197Ireland-44,954,001,408
198Brazil-50,927,001,600
199Kenya-57,593,999,360
200United Kingdom-121,921,003,520
201United States-480,225,001,472

Definition: This entry records a country's net trade in goods and services, plus net earnings from rents, interest, profits, and dividends, and net transfer payments (such as pension funds and worker remittances) to and from the rest of the world during the period specified. These figures are calculated on an exchange rate basis, i.e., not in purchasing power parity (PPP) terms.

Source: CIA World Factbook - Unless otherwise noted, information in this page is accurate as of January 1, 2020

See also: Current Account Balance map

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