Public sector (current US$) - GDFI - National accounts - Basic Inds. and Nat. Accts - African Development Indicators



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Public sectorsí gross domestic fixed investmentKP (gross fixed capital formation) comprises all additions to the stocks of fixed assets (purchases and own-account capital formation), less any sales of second-hand and scrapped fixed assets measured at constant prices, done by government units and non-financial public enterprises. Most outlays by government on military equipment are excluded. According to 1993 SNA are outlays on weapons and equipment with no alternative civil use treated as intermediate consumption, and part of governments consumption expenditure. Data are in current U.S. dollars. Source: World Bank country economists.
Public sector (current US$) - GDFI - National accounts - Basic Inds. and Nat. Accts - African Development Indicators (Most Recent Data)

Rank

Country

Value

1Africa (2008)102,956,497,070
2Sub-Saharan Africa (2008)56,212,461,204
3Sub-Saharan Africa excluding South Africa (2008)52,776,244,693
4Sub-Saharan Africa excluding South Africa and Nigeria (2008)43,260,245,717
5North Africa (2007)39,884,913,509
6Egypt (2008)10,553,018,182
7Angola (2008)8,764,097,055
8South Africa (2008)7,680,581,566
9Sudan (2008)4,345,844,224
10Ethiopia (2008)3,952,297,902
11Morocco (2008)3,890,194,875
12Equatorial Guinea (2008)3,107,366,964
13Tunisia (2005)2,851,869,854
14Ghana (2008)2,233,071,535
15Mozambique (2008)1,555,368,274
16Kenya (2008)1,483,801,678
17Senegal (2008)1,320,852,903
18Botswana (2008)1,084,859,716
19Cameroon (2008)1,007,905,138
20Tanzania (2006)943,116,064
21Madagascar (2008)879,417,126
22Zambia (2008)836,701,676
23Republic of the Congo (2007)834,607,849
24Democratic Republic of the Congo (2008)804,433,594
25Uganda (2008)794,684,347
26Ivory Coast (2008)694,937,585
27Chad (2008)645,424,441
28Gabon (2008)620,673,947
29Mali (2007)600,045,903
30Namibia (2008)579,740,771
31Burkina Faso (2006)464,174,383
32Rwanda (2008)449,246,411
33Malawi (2008)405,598,537
34Mauritius (2008)399,091,175
35Benin (2005)286,842,045
36Niger (2005)213,123,829
37Lesotho (2008)174,856,569
38Sierra Leone (2008)169,167,583
39Cape Verde (2008)159,331,011
40Togo (2008)141,577,901
41Eritrea (2007)128,520,325
42Mauritania (2007)123,788,531
43Guinea (2008)121,945,389
44Djibouti (2007)103,825,659
45Central African Republic (2008)72,519,595
46Burundi (2005)70,196,000
47Guinea-Bissau (2008)56,856,492
48Zimbabwe (2005)51,197,598
49Comoros (2008)42,032,408
50Seychelles (2008)30,293,199
51Gambia (2007)24,340,323
52Algeria (2008)0
53Liberia (2005)0
54Swaziland (2008)-304,292.43
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