Asia : Expenditure on education (% of GDP) by country - 2016

Asia : Expenditure on education (% of GDP) Updated 10-01-2016

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Asia - Expenditure on education (% of GDP)

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The map shows the indicator: Expenditure on education (% of GDP) . The data are for the different sovereign countries of the world.

Data source: The World Bank. The data correspond to the last date of registration provided by the source.

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Color of the countries with the lowest data: light red.

Color of the countries with the highest data: dark red.

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You will eventually find a ranking of the best and lowest records for sovereign countries. You can download the data per country in CSV format or view it below the article.

Definition (source World Bank):

Public expenditure on education as % of GDP is the total public expenditure (current and capital) on education expressed as a percentage of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in a given year. Public expenditure on education includes government spending on educational institutions (both public and private), education administration, and transfers/subsidies for private entities (students/households and other privates entities).

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Asia : Ranking of statistics – Expenditure on education (% of GDP)

The 5 highest records for sovereign countries (1 per country) since 1970 :

1 - East Timor - Expenditure on education (% of GDP) was 11.47 % in 2009
2 - Brunei - Expenditure on education (% of GDP) was 8.79 % in 1973
3 - Tajikistan - Expenditure on education (% of GDP) was 8.19 % in 1993
4 - Malaysia - Expenditure on education (% of GDP) was 7.66 % in 2002
5 - Papua New Guinea - Expenditure on education (% of GDP) was 7.39 % in 1977

The 5 lowest records for sovereign countries (1 per country) since 1970 :

1 - Indonesia - Expenditure on education (% of GDP) was 0.83 % in 1989
2 - Bangladesh - Expenditure on education (% of GDP) was 0.94 % in 1980
3 - Afghanistan - Expenditure on education (% of GDP) was 1.12 % in 1972
4 - Brunei - Expenditure on education (% of GDP) was 1.19 % in 1980
5 - Myanmar - Expenditure on education (% of GDP) was 1.20 % in 1995

Asia : Data table - Expenditure on education (% of GDP)

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Ranking Country Data Date of information
1 Flag - East Timor East Timor 9.46 2011
2 Flag - Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea 7.39 1977
3 Flag - Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan 7.38 2012
4 Flag - Vietnam Vietnam 6.30 2012
5 Flag - Malaysia Malaysia 5.93 2011
6 Flag - Bhutan Bhutan 5.59 2013
7 Flag - Mongolia Mongolia 5.48 2011
8 Flag - Thailand Thailand 4.93 2012
9 Flag - South Korea South Korea 4.62 2012
10 Flag - Afghanistan Afghanistan 4.58 2013
11 Flag - Nepal Nepal 4.09 2013
12 Flag - Tajikistan Tajikistan 4.02 2012
13 Flag - India India 3.87 2012
14 Flag - Japan Japan 3.82 2013
15 Flag - Brunei Brunei 3.77 2014
16 Flag - Indonesia Indonesia 3.57 2012
17 Flag - Turkmenistan Turkmenistan 3.05 2012
18 Flag - Singapore Singapore 2.94 2013
19 Flag - Laos Laos 2.77 2010
20 Flag - Philippines Philippines 2.65 2009
21 Flag - Cambodia Cambodia 2.60 2010
22 Flag - Pakistan Pakistan 2.49 2013
23 Flag - Bangladesh Bangladesh 1.94 2009
24 Flag - China China 1.91 1999
25 Flag - Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 1.72 2012
26 Flag - Myanmar Myanmar 1.20 1995