Government Spending | Europe

Country Last
Albania 41449.00 Sep/17
Austria 16062.98 Sep/17
Belarus 2736.40 Sep/17
Belgium 24844.00 Sep/17
Bosnia and Herzegovina 6287564.00 Dec/16
Bulgaria 1584.15 Sep/17
Croatia 17070.00 Sep/17
Cyprus 642.50 Sep/17
Czech Republic 213.98 Sep/17
Denmark 129233.00 Sep/17
Estonia 771.56 Sep/17
Euro Area 535.69 Sep/17
European Union 726658.80 Sep/17
Finland 11066.00 Sep/17
France 131469.00 Dec/17
Germany 139.50 Sep/17
Greece 9750.70 Sep/17
Hungary 678252.00 Sep/17
Iceland 70326.00 Sep/17
Ireland 7271.00 Sep/17
Italy 79135.20 Sep/17
Kosovo 869.10 Dec/16
Latvia 878673.00 Sep/17
Lithuania 1346.80 Sep/17
Luxembourg 2004.40 Sep/17
Macedonia 22987.00 Sep/17
Malta 387376.00 Sep/17
Moldova 46393.90 Dec/15
Montenegro 187043.00 Sep/17
Netherlands 42246.00 Dec/17
Norway 191522.00 Dec/17
Poland 83726.30 Sep/17
Portugal 8394.40 Sep/17
Romania 1692.90 Sep/17
Russia 3908.40 Sep/17
Serbia 174921.50 Sep/17
Slovakia 3.51 Sep/17
Slovenia 1854.50 Sep/17
Spain 53571.00 Sep/17
Sweden 289767.00 Sep/17
Switzerland 19934.98 Sep/17
Turkey 51715524.70 Sep/17
Ukraine 49504.00 Sep/17
United Kingdom 91509.00 Sep/17

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 Europe. 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.