Government Budget Value | Asia

Country Last
Afghanistan -9850.60 Dec/16
Armenia -18993.20 Mar/18
Azerbaijan 297.30 Jun/18
Bahrain -1505.10 Dec/16
Bangladesh -106845.00 Dec/17
Bhutan -6490.40 Dec/17
China -167.50 Jun/18
Georgia 97.00 May/18
Hong Kong -38136.00 Jun/18
India -4290.33 Jun/18
Indonesia -347356.70 Dec/17
Iran -610301.10 Dec/17
Iraq 10385471.00 Apr/18
Israel -3407.00 Jul/18
Japan 53517.00 Mar/18
Jordan -57.30 May/18
Kazakhstan -183533.80 Jun/18
Kyrgyzstan -1.85 Jun/18
Lebanon -614953.00 Feb/18
Macau 23071.54 Mar/18
Malaysia -582.60 Mar/18
Maldives -625.30 May/18
Mongolia 45435.80 May/18
Oman -310.00 Jun/18
Pakistan -1863.80 Dec/17
Philippines -54288.00 Jun/18
Qatar -35395.00 Dec/17
Saudi Arabia -238494.00 Dec/17
Singapore 2788.50 Jun/18
South Korea -3520.00 Jun/18
Sri Lanka -733494.00 Dec/17
Taiwan -244.20 Dec/16
Tajikistan 261.50 Apr/18
Thailand 41951.00 May/18
Uzbekistan 144.30 Jun/18
Vietnam -186932.00 Dec/16


The government budget balance is the difference between government revenues and expenses. The budget is balanced when outlays equal to receipts, the country reports budget surplus when revenues are higher than expenses and deficit when expenses exceed the revenues. This page provides values for Government Budget Value reported in several countries part of Asia. The table has current values for Government Budget Value, previous releases, historical highs and record lows, release frequency, reported unit and currency plus links to historical data charts.