Countries With Lowest Government Spending - Bottom 10 World

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Cyprus
Czech Republic
Egypt
Euro Area
Estonia
Germany
Palestine
Rwanda
Slovakia
Turkmenistan

Slovakia Government Spending stands at 3.29 EUR Billion. Source: Statistical Office of the Slovak Republic. Constant Prices, NSA. Forecast: 3.486 EUR Billion.
Turkmenistan Government Spending latest value is 3.44 USD Billion, it is ranked as the world's lowest government spending. Source: SESRIC. Constant Prices, NSA. Forecast: 3.72 USD Billion.
Egypt Government Spending was last reported at 82.00 EGP Billion. It ranks as the world's 2nd lowest recorded government spending. Source: Ministry of Planning. Current Prices, NSA. Forecast: 94.884 EGP Billion.
Germany Government Spending stands at 138.86 EUR Billion. Source: Federal Statistical Office. Forecast: 139.28 EUR Billion.
Czech Republic Government Spending was last reported at 210.27 CZK Billion. It ranks as the world's 5th lowest recorded government spending. Source: Czech Statistical Office. Constant Prices, SA. Forecast: 208.76 CZK Billion.
Palestine Government Spending latest value is 502.40 USD million, it is ranked as the 6th world's lowest government spending. Source: Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics. Constant prices,2004. Forecast: 537.7 USD million.
Euro Area Government Spending stands at 532.14 EUR Billion and is the 7th lowest government spending. Source: Eurostat. Constant Prices 2010, SA. Forecast: 533.7296 EUR Billion.
Cyprus Government Spending latest value is 634.80 EUR Million, it is ranked as the 8th world's lowest government spending. Source: Statistical Service of the Republic of Cyprus. Constant Prices 2005, SA. Forecast: 632.4 EUR Million.
Estonia Government Spending was last reported at 807.80 EUR Million. It ranks as the world's 9th lowest recorded government spending. Source: Statistics Estonia. Constant Prices, NSA. Forecast: 884.6408 EUR Million.
The country with lowest economic is Germany (138.86 EUR Billion in Q1 2017) followed by Rwanda (175.00 FRW Billion in Q3 2016) in the second position and Czech Republic (210.27 CZK Billion in Q1 2017) in the third.