Countries With Lowest Gross Fixed Capital Formation - Bottom 5 World

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Gross Fixed Capital Formation Latest Reference
Germany
Czech Republic
Slovakia
Rwanda
Egypt

Slovakia Gross Fixed Capital Formation was last reported at 4.86 EUR Billion. Source: Statistical Office of the Slovak Republic. Constant Prices, NSA. Forecast: 4.725 EUR Billion.
Egypt Gross Fixed Capital Formation stands at 75.00 EGP Billion and is the lowest gross fixed capital formation. Source: Central Bank Of Egypt. Constant Prices, NSA. Forecast: 72.9798 EGP Billion.
Germany Gross Fixed Capital Formation latest value is 149.23 EUR Billion, it is ranked as the 2nd world's lowest gross fixed capital formation. Source: Federal Statistical Office. Constant Prices, SA. Forecast: 149.2212 EUR Billion.
Czech Republic Gross Fixed Capital Formation was last reported at 303.46 CZK Billion. It ranks as the world's 3rd lowest recorded gross fixed capital formation. Source: Czech Statistical Office. Constant Prices, SA. Forecast: 304.7673 CZK Billion.
Rwanda Gross Fixed Capital Formation stands at 490.00 RWF Billion and is the 4th lowest gross fixed capital formation. Source: National Bank of Rwanda. Constant Prices 2014. Forecast: 485.9176 RWF Billion.
The country with lowest Gross Fixed Capital Formation is Germany (149.23 EUR Billion in Q3 2017) followed by Czech Republic (303.46 CZK Billion in Q3 2017) in the second position and Slovakia (4.86 EUR Billion in Q3 2017) in the third.