So, who spends what in military expenditure?

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So, who spends what in military expenditure?

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World $950 billion 2004 est. [see Note 5]
Rest-of-World [all but USA] $500 billion 2004 est. [see Note 5]
United States $466.0 billion FY04 actual [see Note 8]
China $65 billion 2004 [see Note 1]
Russia $50 billion [see Note 6]
France $46.5 billion 2000
Japan $45.3 billion FY04
Germany $38.8 billion 2002
United Kingdom $31.7 billion 2002
Italy $20.2 billion 2002
Saudi Arabia $18.3 billion FY00
Korea, South $16.18 billion FY04
Brazil $13.408 billion FY99
India $12,079.7 million FY01
Iran $9.7 billion FY00
Australia $9.3 billion FY01/02 est.
Israel $8.97 billion FY02
Spain $8.6 billion 2002
Taiwan $8,041.2 million FY01
Turkey $8.1 billion 2002 est.
Canada $7,860.5 million FY01/02
Netherlands $6.5 billion FY00/01 est.
Greece $6.12 billion FY99/00 est.
Korea, North $5,124.1 million FY01
Singapore $4.47 billion FY01/02 est.
Sweden $4,395.1 million FY01
Argentina $4.3 billion FY99
Egypt $4.04 billion FY99/00
Mexico $4 billion FY99
Poland $3.5 billion 2002
Colombia $3.3 billion FY01
Norway $3.113 billion FY98/99
Belgium $3,076.5 million FY01/02
Switzerland $2.548 billion FY01
Pakistan $2,545.5 million FY01
Chile $2.5 billion FY99
Denmark $2.47 billion FY99/00
Oman $2,424.4 million FY01
Kuwait $1,967.3 million FY01 [see Note 3]
Algeria $1.87 billion FY99
Finland $1.8 billion FY98/99
South Africa $1.79 billion FY01
Thailand $1.775 billion FY00
Malaysia $1.69 billion FY00 est.
United Arab Emirates $1.6 billion FY00
Austria $1,497.1 million FY01/02
Morocco $1.4 billion FY99/00
Iraq $1.3 billion FY00
Libya $1.3 billion FY99/00
Portugal $1.286 billion FY99/00
Angola $1.2 billion FY97
Czech Republic $1,190.2 million FY01
Hungary $1.08 billion 2002 est.
Indonesia $1 billion FY98/99
Peru $1 billion FY01
Philippines $995 million FY98
Romania $985 million 2002
Venezuela $934 million FY99
Syria $921 million FY00 est. [see Note 4]
Ethiopia $800 million FY00
Jordan $757.5 million FY01
Qatar $723 million FY00/01
Ecuador $720 million FY98
Sri Lanka $719 million FY98
Ireland $700 million FY00/01
Serbia and Montenegro $654 million 2002
Vietnam $650 million FY98
Cuba $630 million 1999 [see Note 7]
Sudan $581 million 2001 est.
Bangladesh $559 million FY96/97
Bahrain $526.2 million FY01
Croatia $520 million 2002 est.
New Zealand $515.6 million 2002 est.
Ukraine $500 million FY99
Yemen $482.5 million FY01
Slovakia $406 million 2002
Nigeria $374.9 million FY01
Cyprus $370 million FY00
Slovenia $370 million FY00
Bulgaria $356 million FY02
Tunisia $356 million FY99
Zimbabwe $350.6 million FY01
Brunei $343 million FY98
Lebanon $343 million FY99/00
Congo, Democratic Republic of the $250 million FY97
Uruguay $250 million 1999
Lithuania $230.8 million FY01
Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of $200 million FY01/02 est.
Uzbekistan $200 million FY97
New Caledonia $192.3 million FY96
Dominican Republic $180 million FY98
Kenya $179.2 million FY01
Kazakhstan $173 million FY01 [see Note 2]
Belarus $156 million FY98
Estonia $155 million 2002 est.
Luxembourg $147.8 million FY01/02
Bolivia $147 million FY99
Eritrea $138.3 million FY01
Guinea $137.6 million FY01
Armenia $135 million FY01
Botswana $135 million FY01/02
Panama $128 million FY99
Cote d'Ivoire $127.7 million FY01
Paraguay $125 million FY98
Uganda $121.3 million FY01
Azerbaijan $121 million FY99
Guatemala $120 million FY99
Cameroon $118.6 million FY00/01
Cambodia $112 million FY01 est.
El Salvador $112 million FY99
Namibia $104.4 million 2001
Trinidad and Tobago $90 million 1999
Turkmenistan $90 million FY99
Malawi $9.5 million FY00/01
Bhutan $9.3 million FY01
Cape Verde $9.3 million FY01
Mauritius $9.1 million FY01
Latvia $87 million FY01
Congo, Republic of the $84 million FY01
Gabon $70.8 million FY01
Costa Rica $69 million FY99
Senegal $68.6 million FY02
Malta $60 million 2000 est.
Rwanda $58 million FY01
Albania $56.5 million FY02
Laos $55 million FY98
Nepal $51.5 million FY01
Haiti $50 million FY00
Mali $50 million FY01
Madagascar $48.7 million FY01
Papua New Guinea $42 million FY98
Burkina Faso $40.1 million FY01
Burma $39 million FY97/98
Mauritania $37.1 million FY01
Burundi $36.9 million FY01
Tajikistan $35.4 million FY01
Ghana $35.2 million FY01
Mozambique $35.1 million 2000 est.
Fiji $35 million FY00
Honduras $35 million FY99
Maldives $34.5 million FY01
Lesotho $34 million 1999
Zambia $32.5 million FY01
Chad $31 million FY01
Jamaica $30 million FY95/96 est.
Central African Republic $29 million FY96
Equatorial Guinea $27.5 million FY01
Benin $27 million FY96
Djibouti $26.5 million FY01
Nicaragua $26 million FY98
Mongolia $24.3 million FY01
Georgia $23 million FY00
Togo $21.9 million FY01
Niger $20.9 million FY01
Bahamas, The $20 million FY95/96
Swaziland $20 million FY01/02
Kyrgyzstan $19.2 million FY01
Tanzania $19 million FY01
Somalia $15.3 million FY01
Seychelles $11 million FY01
Sierra Leone $10.3 million FY01
Liberia $7.8 million FY01
Belize $7.7 million FY00/01
Comoros $6 million FY01
Moldova $6 million FY01
Guinea-Bissau $5.6 million FY01
East Timor $4.4 million FY03
Bermuda $4,027,970 January 2002
Gambia, The $1.2 million FY01
San Marino $700,000 FY00/01
Sao Tome and Principe $400,000 FY01
Iceland 0
Afghanistan $NA
By netchicken: posted on 3-7-2004

I think that sums up the current global nightmare quite well.

I've found that if nobody pays for party supplies, nobody comes to the party.;)
By thekind: posted on 7-9-2004








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