Afghanistan Consumer Spending  2002-2018 | Data | Chart | Calendar

Consumer Spending in Afghanistan increased to 1121093.20 AFN Million in 2016 from 1044076.50 AFN Million in 2015. Consumer Spending in Afghanistan averaged 667126.13 AFN Million from 2002 until 2016, reaching an all time high of 1121093.20 AFN Million in 2016 and a record low of 225164 AFN Million in 2002.

Afghanistan Consumer Spending
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Afghanistan Consumer Last Previous Highest Lowest Unit
Consumer Spending 1121093.20 1044076.50 1121093.20 225164.00 AFN Million [+]

Afghanistan Consumer Spending

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Actual Previous Highest Lowest Dates Unit Frequency
1121093.20 1044076.50 1121093.20 225164.00 2002 - 2016 AFN Million Yearly
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consumer spending by Country
Country Last
Australia 256004.00 Mar/18
Brazil 1046310.74 Mar/18
Canada 1077010.00 Mar/18
China 317509.70 Dec/17
Euro Area 1412.90 Mar/18
France 307258.00 Mar/18
Germany 401.51 Mar/18
India 18988.44 Mar/18
Indonesia 1373537.50 Mar/18
Italy 242159.20 Mar/18
Japan 299481.10 Mar/18
Mexico 12007369.20 Mar/18
Netherlands 74980.00 Mar/18
Russia 11147.00 Mar/18
South Korea 189747.30 Mar/18
Spain 169149.00 Mar/18
Switzerland 92520.50 Mar/18
Turkey 251250625.30 Mar/18
United Kingdom 331040.00 Mar/18
United States 12061.04 Mar/18