Country Last Previous
Afghanistan 174187.00 Dec/17
Armenia 175704.20 Jun/19
Azerbaijan 1984.20 Mar/19
Bahrain 1890.00 Dec/17
Bangladesh 1597.68 Dec/19
Brunei 1343.30 Mar/19
Cambodia 3185.70 Dec/17
China 220906.00 Dec/18
Georgia 1722.40 Mar/19
Hong Kong 67949.00 Jun/19
India 4218.93 Jun/19
Indonesia 209394.41 Jun/19
Iran 149000.00 Mar/18
Israel 75909.20 Jun/19
Japan 109084.50 Jun/19
Kazakhstan 1140647.30 Mar/19
Kuwait 9114.90 Dec/17
Kyrgyzstan 6753.90 Mar/19
Lebanon 8960.03 Dec/17
Macau 10028.00 Jun/19
Malaysia 39496.00 Jun/19
Mongolia 739948.60 Jun/19
Nepal 113731.00 Dec/18
Oman 5571.60 Dec/17
Pakistan 1587677.00 Dec/18
Palestine 802.30 Mar/19
Philippines 327068.78 Jun/19
Qatar 110645.00 Dec/18
Saudi Arabia 151611.00 Mar/19
Singapore 12496.60 Jun/19
South Korea 75743.40 Jun/19
Sri Lanka 1300180.20 Dec/18
Taiwan 604209.00 Jun/19
Thailand 394584.00 Jun/19
Turkmenistan 3.80 Dec/17
United Arab Emirates 176194.89 Dec/18
Uzbekistan 16979500.00 Dec/16
Vietnam 358592.00 Dec/18
Yemen 543268000.00 Dec/16


Government Spending refers to public expenditure on goods and services and is a major component of the GDP. Government spending policies like setting up budget targets, adjusting taxation, increasing public expenditure and public works are very effective tools in influencing economic growth. This page provides values for Government Spending reported in several countries part of Asia. The table has current values for Government Spending, previous releases, historical highs and record lows, release frequency, reported unit and currency plus links to historical data charts.