Current Account Balance (Percentage of GDP) - Netherlands



Current Account Balance (Percentage of GDP) of Netherlands
Value & RankThe Current Account Balance (Percentage of GDP) of Netherlands is 9.45 (% of GDP) with a global rank of 17.
Netherlands compared to other CountriesThe Current Account Balance (Percentage of GDP) of Netherlands is similar to that of Iraq, Trinidad and Tobago, Angola, Oman, Bahrain, Switzerland, Bolivia, Germany, Luxembourg, The Gambia with a respective Current Account Balance (Percentage of GDP) of 13.69, 12.24, 12.01, 10.62, 9.68, 8.54, 7.91, 7.03, 6.54, 6.35 (% of GDP) and a global rank of 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22.Last 5 years averageNetherlands had an average Current Account Balance (Percentage of GDP) of 7.10 (% of GDP) in the last 5 years from (2007 to 2012).
Netherlands during the Great RecessionNetherlands's Current Account Balance (Percentage of GDP) had a negative growth (decline) of 43.9% during the Great RecessionNetherlands since the end of the Great RecessionNetherlands's Current Account Balance (Percentage of GDP) had a positive growth of 80.9% since the end of the Great Recession
YearCurrent Account Balance (Percentage of GDP) (% of GDP) - Netherlands
20057.30
20069.31
20076.71
20084.37
20095.22
20107.43
20119.47
20129.45
Current Account Balance (Percentage of GDP) of Netherlands
Country NameGlobal RankCurrent Account Balance (Percentage of GDP) (% of GDP)
Iraq1213.69
Trinidad and Tobago1312.24
Angola1412.01
Oman1510.62
Bahrain169.68
Netherlands179.45
Switzerland188.54
Bolivia197.91
Germany207.03
Luxembourg216.54
The Gambia226.35
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Datasource: Workbank - World Development Indicators