Countries With Lowest Current Account To GDP - Bottom 10 World

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Current Account To GDP Latest Reference
Bhutan
Cayman Islands
Djibouti
Guinea
Liberia
Libya
Mozambique
Republic of the Congo
Sao Tome and Principe
East Timor

East Timor Current Account to GDP stands at -40.80 percent. Source: Central Bank of Timor-Leste. Forecast: -7.3973 percent.
Mozambique Current Account to GDP latest value is -37.90 percent, it is ranked as the world's lowest current account to gdp. Source: Banco de Moçambique. Forecast: -35.9026 percent.
Libya Current Account to GDP was last reported at -37.80 percent. It ranks as the world's 2nd lowest recorded current account to gdp. Source: Central Bank of Lybia. Forecast: -20.7168 percent.
Guinea Current Account to GDP stands at -32.57 percent and is the 3rd lowest current account to gdp. Source: Central Bank of Republic of Guinea. Forecast: -27.5129 percent.
Bhutan Current Account to GDP latest value is -31.20 percent, it is ranked as the 4th world's lowest current account to gdp. Source: Royal Monetary Authority of Bhutan. Forecast: -22.1162 percent.
Djibouti Current Account to GDP was last reported at -27.90 percent. It ranks as the world's 5th lowest recorded current account to gdp. Source: Central Bank of Djibouti. Forecast: -23.9831 percent.
Liberia Current Account to GDP stands at -25.10 percent and is the 6th lowest current account to gdp. Source: Central Bank of Liberia. Forecast: -29.1612 percent.
Sao Tome and Principe Current Account to GDP latest value is -24.70 percent, it is ranked as the 7th world's lowest current account to gdp. Source: Central Bank of Sao Tome and Principe. Forecast: -20.8297 percent.
Cayman Islands Current Account to GDP stands at -23.60 percent and is the 9th lowest current account to gdp. Source: Cayman Islands - The Economics & Statistics Office. Forecast: -18.6622 percent.
The country with lowest Current Account To GDP is Cayman Islands (-23.60 percent in 2016) followed by Republic of the Congo (-24.20 percent in 2016) in the second position and Sao Tome and Principe (-24.70 percent in 2015) in the third.