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WORLD MILITARY

EXPENDITURES AND
ARMS TRANSFERS
1966-1975
This publication is based on information available as of December 15, 1976. The data
presented in this report are the best estimates present sources permit. It should be noted,
however, that national data are not of equal reliability . Some are subject to a considerable
margin of error, especially for countries having a restrictive data disclosure policy or a
developing national statistical sys tern. The value data were converted to dollars using ex­
change rates unadjusted for purchasing power parities, and thus prec ise comparisons be­
tween countries are not valid.

Comments and queries regarding this publication are welcomed. They may be
directed to Colonel Norman M. Smith, Arms Trans fer Divisio n, (202) 632-0613.
WORLD MILITARY
EXPENDITURES AND
ARMS TRANSFERS
1966-1975

U.S. ARMS CONTROL AND DISARMAMENT AGENCY

WASHINGTON. D.C. 20451


CONTENTS

Page

FoREWoRD................................. .. ...................... v

INTRODUCTION 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

STATISTICAL NOTES. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6

Sources and Definitions ...................................... . 6


Military Expenditures ...................................... . 6
Gross National Product ............. .... .. ... . .. ... .. ...... . 7
Population ................................................ . 8
Armed Forces .............. . ............. .. ............... . 8
·------- Arms Transfers ............................................ . 8
Coverage and Grouping of Countries ............ . ...... .. .... . . 9

COMPUTATIONA L PROCEDURES

Non-Communist Countries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Communist Countries.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

STATISTICAL TABLES

I. Military Expenditures, GNP, Population, and Armed Forces


by Group and Region by Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
II. Military Expenditures, GNP, Population, and Armed Forces
by Country by Year . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
III. Arms Transfers by Group and Region by Year . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
IV. Arms Transfers by Country by Year........... . .......... 58
V. Total Arms Transfers of Major Suppliers from 1966-1975 by
Recipient Country. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
VI. Exports of Major Weapons to Developing Regions, by Major·
Suppliers, Cumulative, 1971-1975 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
VII. Imports of Major Weapons by Recipient Regions, by Major
Suppliers, Cumulative, 1971-1975 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83

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FOREWORD

International trade in conventional arms is flourishing.


Its rapid growtb during the past several years has refocused
attention on the need to encourage restraint in arms
transfers. A primary concern is the degree to which weapons
transfers may increase regional tensions and the likelihood of
open war. Further, the arms trade conflicts with economic
development in several areas of the world.
Curbing the flow of conventional arms is a U.S. policy ob-
jective, particularly in areas of tension. But, effective control
will require international cooperation in the face of the strong
political and economic motives which cause arms producers to
furnish military equipment, and customer nations to acquire
it.
This report presents knowledge about the extent and
trends of worldwide military expenditures and arms transfers,
which is a necessary first step to cooperation for restraining
the flow of arms. It is intended to contribute to the under-
standing of the general public, scholars, and government
leaders concerned with possible arms control measures.
This report, the ninth and most extensive of the annual
series, provides statistical information on national military
spending, armed forces, and international transfers of conven-
tional arms. This year it has been expanded to include data on
transfers of major weapons systems by type, in addition to the
customary dollar values -for all categories of arms transfers.
We recognize our limitations in achieving reliability and
comparability of the new weapons data with the data in dollar
values; but we believe this information will prove valuable
despite the qualifications which must be made.
Many countries do not disclose information on their mili-
tary programs, so it is necessary to use various means of
estimating data. In addition, it is difficult to compare military
spending, forces, and activities among countries. Neverthe-
less, we continue to strive to improve these comparisons.
This publication will help focus attention on the nature
and magnitude of the problems of global military expenditures
and worldwide arms transfers, and on the possibilities for
bringing about more effective controls.

c.
FRED C. IKLE
WORLD MILITARY EXPENDITURES
AND ARMS TRANSFERS
1966-1975

INTRODUCTION detailed by country and region, and related to


gross national product and population. Although
the best of the available international and
This report is intended to provide a com- domestic sources of data were used, the reader
prehensive overview of the world's total military should be aware that the national data used are
expenditures, armed forces, and arms transfers, not equally reliable or commonly defined;
moreover, they are subject to varying interpreta-
$Billions (Constant 74) tions and conclusions. It is, therefore, clearly un-
350 warranted to draw precise conclusions from such
I ~
~ data. On the other hand, they are useful for ob-
serving general trends and suggesting mag-
~
WORLD

v --
nitudes of relationships. The publication should
""""""" be used on that basis.
300
The world gross national product (GNP) in
DEVELOPED 1975 equalled approximately 6.2 trillion U.S. dol-
,_fill' ·-~- ...... ....... l ....... ~-1-i - lars. Of this amount, roughly 5.5 percent was
250 --~ devoted to military expenditures. Using
~ equivalent constant 1974 dollars to facilitate
comparison, 1975 world military expenditures of
about $345 billion compare to about $340 billion
in 1974 and $285 billion in 1966.
200
Estimates of military expenditures for each
year during the decade, in both current and con-
stant 1974 dollars, together with associated gross
150 national products, populations, armed forces, and
various ratios thereof, are shown for the major
geographical and political groupings of countries
in Table I, and are further detailed by individual
100
country in Table II.
In general, military expenditures, as
DEVELOPING
...... ...... measured in constant 1974 prices, have continued
........
,
till ~IIIII
11 ..... to increase worldwide during the decade 1966-75
(Fig. 1). The rate of growth appears to have been
,,,,,, •••••• ••••
50
decelerating since 1969 in the developed 1 coun-
tries and to have been accelerating in the
developing countries.
0
1966 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 I The "development" classification of countries follows
the assignment provided in 1974 by the Organization for
Fig. 1 World Military Expenditures Economic Cooperation and Development. Seep. 9.
$Billions (Constant 74) $Billions (Constant 74)

160
150
140 /
- " ' NATO 140 11---1---1--+--+--+--+--+--+--~
l""'''lllo.
130
...........
WAR
120
120

110
.... ,,, us
100 ....
"~~-1---+---+-~k-~~~---+---+~
"'
'••·
'••.,.....
100
I ___........~
,..........-
,,,,,, ,,,,,,
,,,,,, ,. ...... ''''''' en•n
90
...,, ...... ,,,, 80
80 1966 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75
1966 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75
Fig. 3 Warsaw Pact and USSR Military Expenditures
Fig. 2 NATO & US Military Expenditures

Military expenditures of NATO countries,


as measured in constant 1974 prices, have drop-
ped markedly since the peak year of 1968 (Fig. 2), $Billions (Constant 74)
primarily because of the major decrease in U.S. 50
military spending, and despite the increasing
contributions of the other NATO members (ap- 40
parent from the increasing width of the band).
Conversely, Warsaw Pact expenditures have con- 30
tinued their steady climb (Fig. 3), reflecting the
regular increases in both Soviet military spend- 20
ing and that of the other Warsaw Pact countries.
Members of the Organization of Petroleum 10
Exporting Countries (OPEC) have been spending
at an increasing rate (Fig.4), reflecting the 0
general pattern in the Near East (Fig.5); the large 1966 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75
military expenditures of East Asia (Fig. 6) closely Fig. 4 OPEC Military Expenditures
parallel the expenditures of the People's
Republic of China.

$ Billions (Constant 74)


$Billions (Constant 74) 50
50
40
40

30

20
20

10 _.....,.. 10

0 0 t.=~===~=======:::::!!::=:=::::!::=::::=::::!==.l
1966 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 1966 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75

Fig. 5 Near East Military Expenditures Fig. 6 East Asia Military Expenditures

2
$Billions (Const~nt 74) $Billions (Constant 74)
12
6
....., .
5 10

~-···
·~
4
....., WORLD
'#~
~
.....- / '
8

3 'r.l•• 111111 ''"!.'''"• ,......


EXPORTS - DEVELOPED

2
- -v 6

4
1

0
2 ~. ~· ~-~---
IMPORTS - DEVELOPED
........ ......._~ """"""
.....
1966 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75
0
Fig. 7 Africa Military Expenditures 1966 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75
Fig. 10 World Arms Transfers

Expenditures in the remaining areas of the


world continue to be relatively small although all
$Billions (Constant 74) show an upward trend (Figs. 7-9).
6
The total value of arms 2 transferred world-
5
~ wide in 1975 is estimated in 1974 U.S. dollars at
~ about $9 billion, compared with $9.3 billion in
4
l/ 1974 and $7.1 billion in 1966. Total world exports
~
........ of commodities in 1975 are estimated at about
3 $869 billion in current prices. Estimates of both
II""'
imports and exports of arms for each year during
2 the decade in current and constant 1974 dollars
are shown in Table III for the same geographical
1 and political groupings as Table I, and are broken
down by individual country in Table IV. Table V,
0 on the other hand, shows estimates of the dollar
1966 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 value of arms imported by individual countries
from each of the major suppliers over the entire
Fig. 8 Latin America Military Expenditures 10-year period.
In general, worldwide deliveries of arms
have decreased since the peak years of 1972-73
$Billions (Constant 74)
(Fig. 10), with almost all exports coming from the
6 developed countries. These industrialized nations
5
absorbed a substantial, relatively constant pro-
portion of each other's military products,
4

3
-- .., although the preponderance of international

"""""""
2 2
The term "arms" includes weapons and ammunition,
support equipment, and spare parts; but it excludes training,
1 services, consumables, and construction . For example, for the
United States during the period FY 1960-FY 1975, about 41
0 p~rcent of total military exports were weapons and ammuni-
1966 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 tion, 18 percent supporting equipment, 17 percent spare parts,
and 24 percent training, services, and construction . See the
Fig. 9 South Asia Military Expenditures section of Statistical Notes for additional detail.

3
$Billions (Constant 74) $Billions (Constant 74)
7

'-,
7

6 EX~RJS ~~
~~

5 ~ 5
~
4
/
~ .....
3
3
"""""' ~ EXPORTS1..11

1
..... •••••• ..... •••••• """ ...... ...,,,
IMPORTS

~····"
..... 1

0
..., ' II""'"

I IIIII I IIIII
I
...... ,,
0 1966 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75
1966 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75
Fig. 12 Warsaw Pact A rms Transfers
Fig. 11 NATO Arms Transfers

arms transfers represented imports by the


developing countries (as indicated by the area $Billions (Constant 74)
between the top and bottom curves of Fig. 10). 7
Over the decade, arms transfers from the
NATO countries grew both in gross value (Fig. 11)
and in net value (as indicated by the exports and 5
imports curves). The 10-year trend exhibited by
the Warsaw Pact countries was relatively con-
stant (Fig. 12). 3

Arms imports have been increased by coun-


tries in OPEC (Fig. 13). Near East arms imports
peaked immediately following the 1973 Arab-
1
...
Israeli War (Fig. 14). The arms imports by East 0
Asian nations have dropped in the last 3 years 1966 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75
(Fig. 15) because of the winding down and subse- Fig. 13 OPECAnns Imports
quent cessation of the war in Southeast Asia.

$Billions (Constant 74) $Billions (Constant 74)

7 7

5 5

J~

3
I '\
1/
- 3
- ,
1
___..... .....
1
~
0 0

1966 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 1966 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75

Fig. 14 Near East Arms Imports Fig. 15 East Asia Arms Imports

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In the remaining regions of the world, arms I, arrayed by per capita GNP, a factor which the
imports have continued to be relatively small reader may wish to take into account in-consider-
(Figs. 16-18), but the sharp rise in Africa is ing the significance of the ratio.
noteworthy.
As a measure of economic burden within a
The relative burden of a country's military country, the ratio ofmilitaryexpenditures to GNP
spending is commonly measured by the propor- should, ideally, be derived from current price data
tion of total gross national product it represents. given in terms of that country's national
This measure is shown for each country in Chart currency. In non-Communist countries , military
expenditures and GNP are both converted from
$Millions (Constant 74)
national currency to U.S. dollars at the same ex-
1,000 change rate , so that the ratio between the two is
the same whether calculated in U.S. dollars or the
800 national currency. This does not hold for Com-

600 I munist country data, however, because of


problems encountered in relating expenditures

400
_., ~ ....... If within their completely controlled economies to
our considerably different system. In essence, the
~ """"
~ estimates of Soviet GNP are expressed in dollar
200

0
1966
' 67 68 69
/

70 71 72 73 74 75
equivalents derived by combining comparisons of
Soviet and U.S. GNP made in both rubles and dol-
lars, whereas the estimates of Soviet military ex-
penditures portray direct dollar costs of approx-
imating the Soviet military program in the
Fig. 16 Africa Arms Imports United States . This use of differing dollar
$ Millions (Constant 74) equivalents for the two aggregates is customary
in Western literature, but the resulting estimates
1,000
of Soviet military expenditures and GNP are not
800
comparable with each other.

_ Ideally, the military burden ratio is

,
600
..... measured in terms of national currencies, but for
400

200
.., ........ _/
~ """"
' Communist countries the quantitative dimen-
sions of military expenditures in such terms have
only been approximately estimated. Although
presently imprecise, certain general trends and
0 comparisons may be made. The total Soviet mili-
1966 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 . tary burden in rubles has probably grown in the
course of the last decade and is estimated to fall
Fig. 17 Latin America Anns Imports
in the range of 11 to 13 percent. The trend of mili-
$ MIUions (Constant 74) tary expenditure as a share of GNP in the United
1,000 States has been downward since 1967. In China,
the burden has varied over the course of the
800 decade from a level roughly comparable to that of
the United States and Soviet Union in the early
~ years, rising to a peak in 1971 higher than either

,
600

400
\ - of the others, and returning in recent years to
around the initial level. In the other Warsaw

200

0 ' -~ /
"" ...........
Pact countries, the average burden ratio was pro-
bably higher than in most NATO countries, in the
vicinity of 5 to 7 percent, but it has varied con-
siderably both among countries and over time.
1966 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 These assessments are reflected in the groupings
Fig. 18 South Asia Anns Imports
of Chart I.

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Chart I. RELATIVE BURDEN OF MILITARY EXPENDITURES, 1975

Military Per Capita GNP


Expenditures
as% of
GNP less than $1 00 $100-199 $200-299 $300-499 $500-999 $1,000-1,999 $2,000-2,999 More than $3,000

More Cambodia Vietnam, China, People' s Jordan Syria Iran Israel Soviet Union
than Vietnam, South Rep. of Korea, Iraq Oman
10% North Egypt North

5-1 0"/o Chad Pakistan Yemen (Aden) Albania China , Bulgaria Greece Czechoslovakia
Laos Yemen Korea, Rep. of Portugal Hungary Germany (GDR)
Somalia (Sana) South Cuba Romania Poland Qatar
Malaysia Singapore Saudi Arabia
Mongolia United States

2-("' Burundi Burma Equatorial Bolivia Algeria Argentina Bahrain Australia


Ethiopia Central Guinea Congo Angola Cyprus Italy Belgium
Mali African Rep. Mauritania Morocco Brazil lebanon Spain Canada
Rwanda Guinea Sudan Nigeria Chile South Africa Venezuela Denmark
Upper India Uganda Philippines Guyana Yugoslavia France
Volta Indonesia Rhodesia Nicaragua Germany (FRG)
Tanzania Thailand Peru Kuwait
Zaire Turkey Netherlands
Uruguay Norway
Zambia Sweden
United Ktngdom

1-1.9% Afghan- Benin Cameroon Colombia Dominican Gabon Austria


istan Haiti Honduras El Salvador Republic Ireland Finland
Kenya Ghana Ecuador libya
Madagascar Senegal Guatemala Luxembourg
Togo Ivory Coast New Zealand
Paraguay Switzerland
Tunisia
less Bangladesh Sri Lanka Botswana Costa Rica Barbados Trinidad Iceland
than Gambia liberia Fiji Jamaica and Japan
1% Lesotho Mozambique Mauritius Malta Tobago United Arab
Malawi Swaziland Mexico Surinam Emirates
Nepal Panama
Niger
Sierra Leone
--

As an addition to our standard method of STATISTICAL NOTES


dollar value presentation of arms data, 5-year ag-
gregated tables ·of exports and imports of major
SOURCES AND DEFINITIONS
land armaments, naval craft, aircraft and
missiles to developing regions by major suppliers
Military Expenditures
have been included. This unit count is drawn
from the same wide variety of sources used in the NATO country military expenditures were
dollar value accumulation, but is not nearly as obtained from NATO publications and are based
complete in its scope. Tables for transfers to on NATO definitions. In summary: (a) civilian-
NATO and Warsaw Pact countries have not been type expenditures of the defense ministry are ex-
prepared. U.S. Military Assistance-Service cluded but military-type expenditures of other
Funded items to the Asian area have not been in- ministries are included; (b) grant military assis-
cluded due to the difficulty in obtaining compara- tance is included in the expenditures of the donor
bly categorized data, but this omission parallels country; and (c) purchases of military equipment
the paucity of data available for Communist for credit are included at the time the debt is in-
transfers to North Vietnam during the same curred, not at the time repayment is made. For
period. Therefore, direct comparisons should not other non-Communist countries, data are mostly
be drawn between the dollar values in Tables III 1 the expenditures of the Ministry of Defense.
51-nd IV and the unit data in Tables VI and VII. The difficulties of estimating military ex-
Details of the definitions, sources, and penditures for Communist and other countries
statistical procedures used in compiling these with a restrictive information disclosure policy
estimates are given in the following sections, and are well known and have been widely discussed in
in the footnotes to the tables themselves. various publications.

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For the Soviet Union, estimates are made in- However, a basic inconsistency exists between
dependently of the announced Soviet defense NATO and Warsaw Pact data in that the nonper-
budget data by applying dollar prices to detailed sonnel component of military assistance is not
estimates of Soviet forces, weapons programs covered in the Warsaw Pact estimates.
and activities. (See Hearings before the Subcom-
For the People's Republic of China, very
mittee on Priorities and Economy in Government
rough estimates are derived from fragmentary
of the Joint Economic Committee (JEC), Con-
information . No budgetary data have been issued
gress of the United States: Part I, "Allocations of
by China since 1960. The estimated level of the
Resources in the Soviet Union and China-1975,"
China series in dollars has been revised upward
June 18 and July 21, 1975, pp. 21-36; Part II,
in this edition to make it more comparable to
"Allocations of Resources in the Soviet Union
other main sources.
and China-1976," pp. 17-25, 76-85; and CIA, A
Dollar Compamon of Soviet and U.S. Def ense Ac-
tivities, 1965-1975, February 1976.) The resulting Gross National Product (GNP)
estimates are intended to show what it would The reported GNP represents in general the
cost in the United States, in constant dollar total output of goods and services produced by
prices, to develop, procure, man, and operate a residents of a country and valued at market
military force similar to that of the Soviet Union. prices ultimately paid by the consumer.
Such estimates could have a substantial range of
error. The source of GNP data for non-Communist
countries is updated from the International Bank
The dollar estimates of GNP and military for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD).
"expenditures" of Warsaw Pact countries other
than the U.S.S.R. are based on updates of figures GNP estimates for the Soviet Union are
from Thad P. Alton, et al., in their articles in the from the Central Intelligence Agency's "R esearch
.Joint Et:onomic Committe~ of Congress compen- Aid: Handbook of Economic Statistics-1976,"
dium, Reorientation and Commercial R elations of August 1976, p. 31. The incomplete series in 1975
the Economies of Eastern Europe, July 1974. The dollars as shown there in the handbook was com-
military expenditures shown here refer only to pleted and converted to 1974 dollars by informa-
officially announced state budget expenditures i.ion obtained from the source.
on national defense. These figures understate For a description of the underlying ruble
total military expenditures in view of defense estimates, see Rush V. Greenslade, "The Real
outlays by nondefense agencies of the central Gross National Product of the USSR, 1950-1975,"
government, local governments, and economic in a Compendium of Papers Submitted to the
enterprises. Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the
United States, Soviet Economy In a New Perspec-
The dollar estimates of military expen-
tive , October 14, 1976, pp. 269-300.
ditures were derived by calculating pay and
allowances at the current full U.S. average rate As noted previously, because of basic
for officers and at 75 percent of the average U.S. differences in method of calculation, these GNP
rate for lower ranks. The part of the official East estimates are not comparable to the military ex-
European budgets for defense that remains after penditures estimates.
subtraction of armed forces pay and allowances
The GNP data for other Warsaw Pact coun-
in national currencies was converted into dollars
at overall rates based on compaz:isons of ·the tries were taken from the Central Intelligence
Agency's Handbook of Economic Statistics, 1976.
various countries' GNP's expressed in dollars and
These data reflect the same type of hybrid dollar
In national currencies. These rates are not as
equivalent valuations as used for Soviet GNP.
specific as one might desire, and when taken into
For these countries also, dollar estimates of mili-
account with the incomplete coverage of the
published explicit defense budgets, they result in tary expenditures are not directly comparable to
the estimates of GNP in hybrid dollars.
dollar estimates that must be considered subject
to limitations. As in the case of the Soviet Union, GNP estimates for the People's Republic of
these estimates are intended to show what the China are from the Central Intelligence Agency's
military programs would cost at U.S. prices. "Handbook of Economic Statistics" cited above.

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JEC compendium: China: A Reassessment of the equipment, and other items potentially useful to
Economy, July 10, 1975. Estimates for Albania, the military but with alternative civilian uses.
Cuba, Mongolia, North Korea, and North Viet- Training and technical services are not included.
nam are rough approximations. The statistics published here are estimates of the
value of goods actually delivered during the
reference year, in contrast to the value of
Population
programs, agreements, contracts, or orders which
Population estimates given are for midyear may result in a future transfer of goods. Further-
and are supplied by the International Statistical more, the data represent arms transfers to
Program Center, Bureau of the Census, U.S. governments and do not include the value of arms
Department of Commerce. Data on the People's obtained by subnational groups.
Republic of China are midyear estimates pre- For U.S. figures, ACDA used official trade
pared by the Foreign Demographic Analysis Divi- statistics on arms transfers compiled by the U.S.
sion, Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.S. Depart-. Bureau of the Census and information provided
ment of Commerce. by the U.S. Department of Defense.3 For data on
foreign countries, ACDA used official U.S.
Government sources. The difficulties in collect-
Armed Forces ing information on the full scope of Soviet deliv-
eries and in placing a value on them make it
Armed forces refer to active-duty military
possible that the Soviet figure is understated.
personnel, including paramilitary force!'\ where
those forces resemble regular units in their Close comparisons are not warranted be-
organization, equipment, training, or mission. tween the values shown for arms transfers and
Reserve forces are not included unless the estimates of GNP and military expenditures.
specifically noted. The disparities among national economic
systems generate differences in the extent to
Figures for the United States represent which weapons prices represent true production
midyear totals and are from "Active Duty Mili- costs in different nations. In particular, the rela-
tary Personnel by Selected Periods," U.S. Depart- tive economic value of arms to supplier and reci-
ment of Defense, Office of the Assistant Secre- pient may be considerably different. Further-
tary of Defense (Comptroller), July 23, 1975. Esti- more, much of the international arms trade in-
mates of the number of men under arms for other volves barter arrangements, multiyear loans, dis-
countries were provided by U.S. Government counted prices, third-party payments, and partial
sources. debt forgiveness. Thus, acquisition by a nation of
some given quantity of armaments does not
Arms Transfers necessarily impose the burden on its economy
Arms transfers represent the international 3
The data for the Military Assistance Program,
transfer under grant, credit, or cash sales terms Foreign Military Sales, and commercial sales components
of military equipment usually referred to as of U.S. arms exports prior to 1974, wh·ich were compiled
"conventional," including weapons of war, parts under contract for ACDA by the U.S. Department of Com:
merce, may vary from the data compiled by the Depart-
thereof, ammunition, support equipment, and
ments of State and Defense under those categories for the
other commodities considered primarily military following reasons:
in nature. Among the items included are tactical (1) All arms transfer data in this publication are
guided missiles and rockets, military aircraft, by calendar year, whereas the Departments of State
naval vessels, armored and nonarmored military and Defense data are compiled by fiscal year;
vehicles, military communications and electronic (2) The ACDA data reflect exports of military
equipment only, while the Department of Defense
equipment, artillery, infantry weapons, small data include the value of training, services, and
arms, ammunition and other ordnance, POL; and
parachutes, and uniforms. Also included are (3) The ACDA data include some categories of
transfers of equipment for defense industries. dual civil-military use equipment, e.g., certain
categories of transportation and communications
Excluded by definition are nuclear, chemical, and
equipment, that are not on the U.S. Munitions Con-
biological weapons, and strategic missile trol List and thus are not included in the Depart-
systems. Also excluded are foodstuffs, medical ments of State and Defense data.

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that is implied by the estimated equivalent U.S. the United Arab Emirates in the Near East; In-
dollar value of the shipment. Therefore, the donesia in East Asia; Algeria, Gabon, Libya, and
economic value of arms imports should not be re- Nigeria in Africa; and Ecuador and Venezuela in
lated to detail to the local economies. Latin America.

The 28 countries classed as "developed" in


COVERAGE AND GROUPING OF COUNTRIES this publication are all those included in North
America; in Oceania (except Fiji); in European
This report lists data for 142 countries.
NATO except Greece and Turkey; and in the War-
Of the present U.N. membership of 149, the saw Pact except Bulgaria; plus Austria, Finland,
following are not included: the Byelorussian and Ireland, Japan, South Africa, Sweden, and
Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republics (constituent Switzerland. All other nations are classed as
republics of the Soviet Union, both included with- "developing." For non-Communist countries,
in totals for the Soviet Union), and the Bahamas, assignment to one or the other category follows
Bhutan, Cape Verde, Grenada, the Maldives, the practice previously employed by the Develop-
Seychelles, and S~o Tome and Principe (develop- ment Assistance Committee (DAC) of the
ing nations for which data are not generally Organization for Economic Cooperation and
available). Nine other independent states with a Development (OECD). This assignment is based
combined total1975 population of approximately partly on GNP per capita, but also reflects fac-
2.3 million are also excluded. tors such as national literacy, mortality rates,
levels of industrialization, and terms of trade.
Of those countries that are not members of
the United Nations, seven are included: the Most of the data shown represent expen-
Republic of China, the two Koreas, Switzerland, ditures during calendar years. For some coun-
Southern Rhodesia, and the two Vietnams. (Both tries, however, the figures are for the fiscal year
Vietnams are listed due to the yearly coverage.) containing the most months in that calendar
year; e.g., a fiscal year of April1975 to March 1976
Of the reported countries, 15 became inde-
would be included as 1975. July-June fiscal years
pendent after 1966. Data for them are normally
were shown in either the column for the first half
shown in the tables beginning with the first year
or the second half of the fiscal year, depending on
in which they were independent for more than 6
the availability of data. GNP figures of those
months. However, imputations have been made
countries for which calendar year data are not
for earlier years, where appropriate, in calculat-
available were included in the same manner.
ing regional totals.
A listing of the countries comprising each
The regional country groupings shown are
region or group can be found in Table V, and
conventional except as follows: "North America"
developed countries are denoted there with an
consists only of the United States and Canada;
asterisk.
Mexico is included with Central and South
America as "Latin America." Also, Egypt is
assigned to the "Near East" rather than to
"Africa." "Oceania" includes only Australia, New
Zealand, and Fiji. COMPUTATIONAL PROCEDURES
For the political groupings, NATO (North
Atlantic Treaty Organization) consists of the
NON-COMMUNIST COUNTRIES
North American nations plus European NATO:
Belgium, Denmark, France, West Germany, Prices
Greece, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands,
Norway, Portugal, Turkey, and the United Widespread inflation and sharp price swings
Kingdom. The Warsaw Pact consists of Bulgaria, in primary commodities over the past decade in-
Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Poland, troduce significant distortions into the data
Romania, and the Soviet Union. OPEC (Organiza- when expressed in current prices. The arma-
tion of Petroleum Exporting Countries) is made ments procurable for a million U.S. dollars at the
up of Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and prices prevailing in 1966 cost considerably more

9
dollars at prices prevailing in 1975. Thus, the GNP price indices (deflators) were then
reporting of annual purchases only in prices pre- derived for each country and used to deflate mili-
vailing in each year, or current prices, would pre- tary expenditures to constant prices with the
sent an impression of growth in military expen- following ex~eptions:
ditures and arms transfers which would seriously
a) For OPEC countries, use of the GNP
misrepresent the trend in total outlay for defense
deflator created distortions because of the atypi-
goods and services and the physical acquisition of
cal oil price increases, so special deflators were
armaments. Yet no simple adjustment for prices
developed for the non-oil sectors of the economy
is entirely valid. Inflation rates vary among na-
of each country.
tions; in particular, they often differ between
supplier and recipient for a given series of arms b) Israel has experienced a high rate of in-
transfers . Furthermore, the inflation rate for a flation in recent years, but its large arms
nation's economy as a whole is not necessarily purchases in the United States were subject to
representative of those economic sectors par- less severe inflation. A special deflator was
ticularly involved in the production of arma- derived by applying the index of prices of U.S.
ments. Unfortunately, no general basis exists for Government purchases of durable goods to
separating out the special impact of inflation on Israel's foreign arms purchases and the Israel
the armament-related sectors of different na- GNP deflator to domestic arms purchases.
tions' economies .
Nevertheless, inflation is clearly a very sig- Conversion to Dollars
nificant factor in analyzing the trend of military
Since constant price data for GNP and mili-
expenditures, arms transfers, and GNP over the
tary expenditures are given with 1974 as the base
last decade .. For this reason, in addition to show-
year, a 1974 exchange rate was used to convert
ing trends in current prices, the trends of mili-
the constant price national currency data to dol-
tary expenditures, arms transfers, and GNP are
lars in all years. In general the rates used are the
also shown in constant prices, i.e., expenditures
1974 average par/market exchange rate as sup-
in each year valued at 1974 prices.
plied by IBRD.
Estimates of the values of arms transfers for An example may help in understanding this
all countries as shown in Tables III and IV were
process:
made initially in terms of current U.S. dollars, so
the implicit deflator for U.S. GNP data was used 1966 Austrian MILEX = 3474 million 1966
to derive arms transfers in constant 1974 prices schillings (AS)
as follows: 1966 Austrian GNP deflator ("price index")
= 65.3
1966 = 65.94 1971 = 82.48 1974 Austrian deflator = 100.0
1967 = 67.88 1972 = 85.90 1966 Austrian MILEX = 3474 X 100.0 . .,. .
1968 = 70.93 1973 = 90.89 65.3 ·= 5320 million 1974 AS
1969 = 74.50 1974 = 100.00 1974 Austrian /U.S. exchange rate =
1970 = 78.48 1975 = 109.31 18.69 AS per US $1
The source ·data for military expenditures 1966 Austrian MILEX = 5320 + 18.69
and GNP, however, were obtained in terms of 285 million 1974 U.S. dollars
local currencies. Approximate compensation for
the effects of inflation was made by "deflating" For some purposes it may be desirable to
have e·s timates of the military exp_enditures and
the current local currency values to constant 1974
GNP for each country in terms of current U.S.
local currency values and then converting to
dollars. That is, in terms of the example, one
U.S. dollar equivalents.
might wish to know Austrian 1966 military ex-
For non-Communist countries, national ac- penditures in terms of 1966 U.S. dollars. At first
counts data were available in local currency in glance it would seem to be necessary only to ap-
current prices and in constant prices of varying ply the appropriate 1966 exchange rate to obtain
base years. The constant price figures were the desired value. That was in fact the method
shifted from the country base year to the 1974 used in early editions of this publication. Unfor-
base year with the underlying trend maintained. tunately, this approach produces distortions in

10
countries where there is a lag between the time 1966 Austrian MILEX = 285 X 65.94 +
the currency becomes over- or under-valued and 100.0 = 188 million 1966 U.S. dollars
the time the exchange rate is changed.
A different method for estimating current COMMUNIST COUNTRIES
dollar equivalents of foreign military expen-
ditures and GNP is used here. The constant 1974 For the Soviet Union and other Warsaw
dollar values derived as described above have Pact countries, available estimates were already
been "re-inflated," using the U.S. GNP deflators in terms that took account of domestic price
in reverse fashion, to generate equivalent current changes and had been converted to constant 1974
U.S. dollar values for each year. Thus, the suc- dollars by the sources using estimated purchas-
cessive yearly "current dollar" values include not ing power parities, rather than official exchange
only the change in real terms, but the effects of rates . Such series were further converted to cur-
general inflation in the United States. rent dollar prices prevailing in the United States
for each year by use of the U.S. implicit GNP
Again using the example of 1966 Austrian deflator series.
military expenditures to illustrate the computa- ·The previously described problems inherent
tional process: in comparing arms transfer data with GNP and
military expenditure estimates for any countries
are particularly significant for transfers be-
1966 Austrian MILEX = 285 million 1974 tween Communist and non-Communist
U.S. dollars economies, because of the computational
1966 U.S. deflator (1974 = 100) = 65.94 differences employed in the two cases.

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STATISTICAL TABLES
TABLE I. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY GROUP & REGION BY YEAR

MILEX PEOPLE MILEX GNP ARM EO MIL EX ARMED


MILITARY
EXPENDITURES
GROSS NATIONAL
PRODUCT -- per per FORCES ARMED FORCES
(MIL EX) (GNP) GNP CAPITA CAPITA FORCES per
Billion dollars 8 Billion dollars b Constant Constant Conlitant 1000
YEAR % Million dollars dollars thous dollars people
Current J Constant Current I Constant

>'i(JHL U TOlALS
1966 183.99 27d,98 2612 .0 . :,<:~&c:.o 7.04 34 7 2 .390 80.34 1141 22 "737 12270 b.'S:.
1 9t>7 2 0 4.06 3uO.S6 2dQ0.7 4124.5 7 • .::9 3~41.948 d4.8b 1164 23611 12730 6.b7
1968 220.42 3 1 0 . 9':1 3 0:5.,. .4 '+ j1u . ':l I • C: 1 J61d.~9S 86 . 08 1193 24325 12785 b.73
1969 233.77 J l3. 59 3379 .':1 4!:>.jb.3 o•'='1 J6ClS.184 85,10 1231 24837 12626 bo74
1970 244.66 J 11. ">tl 3741.4 47bt>.'+ Oo!:>4 3761.129 82.B7 1268 2492 8 12503 6.63

1971 257 .71 J12.42 '+104.i <t':tb;,.:, o.c:-i/ 3tJJd.u61 81.40 12 9:> 2545 2 12275 6.63
1972 272.33 317.17 '+480.3 ::>21b.::S o.u8 383':1.623 82.60 13::>9 2570 2 12340 6.69
197 3 293.65 3cJ.l3 so:,'>.b !:>S6<t , O ::lod1 391::> .7 5:. B2.S2 1421 2608 0 12390 6.66
1 9 74 334.41 334,41 ':5b76.7 !:>b7b , 7 ~.()~ 3992..474 83.76 1422 2729 5 12252 6.84
19 7 5 371.26 ::SJ-:i.7b 6211. l:l Sbt.Jl.b !:>.':78 4069.067 83 .50 1396 2649 8 12822 6.51

uEVt.LCiPE.u
1966 1:.6.59 23 7. 3B 2139.9 J2<tb o4 ·r .J 1 9~9.354 247.44 3384 1111 0 21367 11.58
1967 174.49 C:.-:J7, 00 22':lB.8 3364 ,6 7 .!:> 9 ':iod.276 265.42 3'+95 1152 2 22305 11.9\.i
1968 1 1:l7 .4 0 264.38 2::;uo.o ..l5.:J3.b (. '+8 9 l7.C:c.3 270.54 3616 1186 9 22275 12.15
1969 196.19 263.12 27:,3.6 3 b':l:,,5 7.12 ':ll:lb.215 266.79 3747 1183 0 22241 12.00
1970 201.06 2~b.l 8 3025.tl Jtl:,b • ., bob4 -;9::>.<t09 257.36 3tH4 1156 5 22151 11.62

1971 209.00 233,41 3303.3 ..l9':i8.2 6 • .j4 1004.':130 252.17 3979 1133 2 22362 11.28
1972 220.93 237.33 35-,19.7 41':70.3 b . 14 101:3.911 253,80 4133 1103 3 23323 10.88
1973 235 .9 8 .:!::>9.71 4047.1 444':!.7 !:>od4 "102 2 o646 253.96 4351 1100 3 23603 10 •.76
1974 264.10 264.10 '+4':74.1 '+494.1 :J.d d 1031.069 256.14 43.59 10':18 7 24037 10.66
197 5 289 .61 265,04 4ci74.'=> 4'+!:>(.<::: 5.':15 103':1.• 355 255.00 42b8 1098 3 24132 10.57

DEVELCiPING
1966 27 ,41 41.60 '+72 .1 71!:>.6 !:>od1 2514.110 16.55 21:!5 1163 3 3576 4.63
1967 29 .57 43.56 :501.9 739.~ ':5.tl9 2574.770 16.92 287 1209 5 3601 4.70
196& 33.02 46.61 551 .4 1rr. o o.uo 2636.495 17.68 295 1246 3 3740 4.73
196 9 37,58 ::>0.'+ 8 62b·j b'+U .& o.vo 270U.118 1 8 .69 311 1301 2 3879 .4. 82
1970 4 3.60 :.s.s1 715.6 ':111.7 o.u9 2766.b95 20.06 3..lO 1336 8 4152 4.83

1971 48.71 59.01 800 . 8 971,.j b.us 28.:J4.332 20.82 343 1412 5 4178 4.98
1972 51.40 39.!34 aao.6 1025.':1 Sob3 2b26.941 21.17 363 1467 4 4078 5.19
1973 57.68 b3.42 1012.7 1114.3 5.t>9 28':!4.366 21,91 385 1508 2 4205 5.21
1974 70.31 70.31 1182.6 1182.6 5.95 2962.691 23.73 399 1631 3 4310 5.51
1975 81.67 74.72 133 -1.3 1224.4 bo! O 3031.027 24.65 404 1552 0 4814 5.12

OTHEKEUR
1966 3.69 5.60 126.1 19l.C: .:!.93 82.828 67.65 2308 93 6 5987 11o30
1967 3.95 s.8o 133.9 197.~ 2.':74 83.617 69.42 23oo 92 4 6282 11.05
1968 4.37 6.!6 147.1 20-(.4 co97 84.386 73.01 2458 88 4 6970 10.48
1969 4.60 6.18 165,2 221.5 2.79 85 .!51 72.60 2602 87 9 7033 10.32
1970 5.04 6,42 184.7 235.4 2.73 85.901 74.74 2741 88 0 7295 10.24

1971 5.38 6.53 202·1 244.':1 2.66 d6.694 75.28 2825 88 6 7366 10.22
1972 5.92 6,'10 222.1 258.6 2·67 87.476 78.92 2956 88 6 7792 10o13
1973 6.35 6.9!! 248.6 273 .4 2.55 88.236 79,13 3098 88 7 7872 10.05
1974 7.31 7.31 285 . 2 285,2 2.56 88.Yb8 82.14 3205 90 5 8076 10.17
1975 8.30 7.60 3Q9.5 283.1 2.b9 89.707 84.75 3156 90 1 8438 10.04

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TABLE I. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY GROUP & REGION BY YEAR-Continued

MILITARY GROSS NATIONAL MILEX PEOPLE MIL EX GNP ARMED MILEX ARMED
EXPENDITURES PRODUCT per per FORCES ARMED FORCES
(MILEX) (GNP) GNP CAPITA CAPITA FORCES per
Billion dollars a Billion dollars b Constant Constant Con;~tant 1000
YEAR Million dollars dollars thous dollars people
Current Constant Current Constant

r.AT O::.Ut< U
1':1 6 b 25 . 2 7 Jb.34 57bo'+ d73.3 'to3 9 2':1~.':121 129.51 2':1~1 3117 12301 )0.53
1-Jb7 27.1 'i 4U, 0 3 o1co7 ':luu. J ~.4 :, 29d.210 134,24 3U19 3157 12681 10.:>9
1 '~6 8 2 7. :39 3 8 , ..;~ o f'-·" '> ~l.'+ 4.0~ j (/ 1),473 129.39 31b7 3151 12339 )0.49
1':169 211 .7 9 38. 6 '1 h3o3 1011. 3 ..lod3 303.070 127.66 333 '7 ::1146 12298 )0.38
1':17 0 Ju.7 2 3".1 ~ o 3tt.U 1Ut>-Jo5 ..JeOb JO::>.ol::J 12d,09 34tl0 3146 12443 10.2':1

1 9 71 33. 83 41. (J 1 9i) 7.b 11u0.7 _,. "( 3 3u o .343 133,00 3~ -r o 3211 12772 )Uo41
197 2 37.? 2 <+3. J o ~ h b.i:: ll4',;,t> 3. I 7 31u.8':16 139,47 3698 3291 13175 )0,5':1
1973 40.1 <> 44. 20 11uc.7 1211.1 ..,.o:, 313.o20 1'+0,99 3db3 3241 13639 10.34
46,03 1234.5 lc3t,,5 _,. 1 _, 31,.728 145.79 3':110 3236 14224 10.25
1 9 74 4 6 . 03
197 5 !:; 0. 8 8 '+6.44 1320.2 12 'J 7. '+ 3.d~ 317.724 146,1b 3&00 3046 15246 9.59

NEA l< t.AST


1966 ~. 8 2 39. 8 o O .~ '+.otj ':10,762 31.06 664 813 3467 8,96
1. 86
1' 96 7 2.43 3.57 4"·0 b4.<;, ~.:;o 93,384 38,24 b95 844 4231 9oll4
2. 8 8 4,06 so.o 7().~ '=>·17 96.071 42.30 733 841 4832 8.75
196' 8
57.0 7 6 .b boJ':I 9!:l,783 49,56 776 914 5356 9.2~
196':1' 3.64 4.9u
5.78 65.0 bC:, B bo':i8 10lo557 56.96 !:l16 988 5855 9.73
1970 \ "·54

5.40 6. ~ 5 75o!:l ':11.9 -, •• 2 104,388 62,70 tl!:lO 1138 5752 )0.90


1971
1972 6 . 45 7 •.!::>2 813.':1 103.':> 7o'c7 107.311 70 ol 0 964 1248 6027 1lo63
10.89 1Qb.b 117.2 -;,,c:_g 110.364 913,67 1062 1283 8487 11ob3
1':173 9.90
1974 t
16. 1:1 15. 18 134.9 134,\1 12oUO
137.6 J.2.74
ll3o'+79
116.712
142.60
150,11
1189
1179
1406
1684
11509
10403
)2.39
14.43
1975 1 <>. 15' 1 17.52 150.1

AFRICA
1966 1.09 1. bb ;:,7,:, 87.2 ),':;\) 283.179 5,86 308 544 3050 1o92
1'f67 1.30 1. eli? b2o3 91.7 coU9 290.441 6,60 316 564 3398 1o94
196 8 ). 5 3 ~. 1 b 6b!9 ':17.2 ~.22 298,037 7.24 326 635 3396 2ol3
1969 2.0" 2. 8 1 7bo6 105.6 cobb 305.912 9.17 3<+5 686 4090 2.24
197\l 2.16 2.75 8 8 .4 110::.7 Ce'+4 314.072 8,7b 359 764 3602 2.43

1971 2.31 2.80 9"1'. 7 1lb.4 C:oJ6 322.562 8,68 367 914 3063 2.83
1972 2.69 3.13 1 0 5 •. 8 123.3 c.54 331.402 9,44 372 949 3297 2.86
1973 2,98 3.28 117. \;r 129.6 Co~3 3<+0.5130 9,64 ::!80 936 3509 2.75
1974 3.95 3.95 139.0 13'i7o0 Cod4 350.079 11.29 397 965 4095 2.76
1975 ... 67 4,27 154.4 141.1 ~.02 359,896 11.85 392 1003 4252 2,79

EUKOP~
19 6 6 90,78
96,87
1 3 1'.64
142,74
1184.7
1271.5
,0"':1':>. 3 7
ob7
-,. 3
712ob39 193.13
198,60
2519
2603
9160
9268
15026
15401
)2.85
)2.89
1967 Hl71,0 718.738
1968 1 04,80 147,70 1386.2 1954.0 1. ~6 724.924 203.75 2695 9407 15701 )2.98
1969 112.54 1 ~ 1.10 1528.0 2u5!o1 7.J7 ?31.112 206,68 2805 9459 15974 12.94
1970 120 , 91 1 5 4,11 1700.9 216b.O 7.11 737.269 209.02 2941 9596 16059 13.02

i971 131. 67 1 ~ 9.67 1856.9 7.09 743.1\50 214.68 3028 9789 16311 13.16
2251o8
1912 140. 81 164,01 2007.3 -,. 0 1 750 . 044 218.67 3117 9871 16616 13.16
2338.2
}973 154.9 170.53 2251·1 2'+74.4 bo!:l9 756.288 225.48 3272 9890 17242 13.08
1974 17S.i3 17o,l3 2553.8 bob6 762,264 229.75 3350 9957 17588 13.06
2':>53.8
1975 '.9'? 67 179,05 2790.7 7. (J 1 71:>7 . 969 233.15 :J324 9925 18041 12.92
2!::>52.7

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I
TABLE I. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCEs
BY GROUP & REGION BY YEAR-Continued

GNP A RMED MIL EX ARMED


MILITARY
EXPENDITURES
GROSS NATIONAL
PRODUCT --
MILEX PEOPLE MILEX
per per F ORCES ARMED FORCES
(MILEXI (GNPI GNP CAPITA CAPITA FORCES per
Billion dollars 8 Billion dollars b Constant Constant Con~tant 1000
YEAR
Current I Constant Current I Constant
" Million dollars dollars t hous dollars people

NORrH AMERICA
1966 65 .47 99 . 24 82tlo1 1~5H.7 7.Ha 216.608 458.15 5811. 3 200 31013 14o77
19?7 77.46 lilt. 04 8 '77. 3 129~.\J d od3 21':1.124 S20.'+4 5H96 3 485 32723 15.90
1':168 82 .7 5 116.H9 943.6 132b.O Ool:iO 221.435 527.1H 5997 3 655 31981 16.51
1 '::16'1 83 .43 111.73 1016o7 1364oV do!9 223.705 499.45 6097 3 560 31385 15o\11
1'i70 80.12 102.03 1079.6 1317.\J 7. 41 226.202 451.06 6087 3 165 32237 13.99

1971 77.24 -:13.bj 117~.0 1'+!3.0 bo63 22d.o48 409.49 6180 2805 33380 12.27
1972 80 . 03 93.23 1282.0 1491.0 6.~5 230.694 404.13 6463 2 410 38685 10.45
1973 80 . 85 5':1.01 1 .. 37 .0 1::.dUo\J :>ob3 232.535 3!:!2.78 6795 2335 38120 10o0'+
1':174 138 . 83 88 . 83 1:353.0 1=>:,3.u :;, • 7 2 234.373 379.01 6626 2 250 39480 9.60 /
1975 94. 16 tlb.19 1657.0 1514.0 5.69 23bolt42 364.53 6403 2 207 39053 9.33

LAriN AMERIC A
1966 lo95 2.95 1()':1.0 16:,.2 1.78 248.219 11.88 bo6 1 032 2857 '+o16
1967 2. 14 3 .15 117. 1 1-, 2. 5 !ob3 255.144 12.35 676 1 047 3011 4.1
1968 2.?9 3.24 130.2 11:!3.<+ l. ( 7 262.219 12.36 699 1 056 3069 .. .. 03
1':169 2.50 3.36 145.9 195.8 1. (2 269.472 12.46 726 1 111 3023 4.12
1970 2.95 3. '76 165.1 2l\J o 3 1.79 276.894 13.59 760 1 117 3369 , 4.03

1971 3.33 '+.03 184.2 2<::3 . 5 l o!jO 284 . 515 14.18 786 1 125 35; 86 3.95
1972 3.48 <+.06 205.1 23b .<;. 1.70 292.438 13.1:!7 817 1 173 3'+59 '+o01
1973 4.10 '+.51 235.3 25!:!.9 1. 7 4 300o647 15.01 861 1 208 :)735 4.02
1974 5.13 5.13 277.0 277 .u 1.!j5 309.156 16.59 896 1 248 4111 4o04
197 5 6.32 5.78 309 .1 283 . 2 i:'oU4 317.882 18.20 891 1 297 4460 4.08
I

EAST ASIA
1966 19.51 29.61 300.4 45<+.9 6o51 1185.524 24.98 384 ,., 087 4865 Sol3
1967 20.47 30.14 327.7 <t83o8 bo23 1211.849 24.87 399 6420 '+694 So30
1968 22.55 3l.e4 370.8 523 .3 6oU8 1239.294 25.69 422. 6680 4766 5.39
1969 25.53 34.2\1 430.7 578.0 5.93 1267.657 27.05 4$.6 6983 4910 s.51
1970 29.78 37.90 505.4 b42.9 5.!j9 1296.829 29.22 '-+96 7128 5316 5.50

1971 32.87 39.83 569 .5 691.4 5o76 1326.607 30.02 521 7487 5319 5.64
1972 33.73 39.23 635.4 740.1 5o30 1356.'+91 28.92 54 6 7825 5013 So77
1973 35.94 39.51 7<+0.2 814.b 4otl5 1386.221 28. 5'J 588 8031' 4920 5o79

-
1974 39.75 39.75 823.8 823.8 '+o82 1415.546 28.<08 582 8988 4422 6.35
1975 44.49 40.70 93lo8 853.1 '+o77 1<+'+3.599 28 r '20 591 7847 5187 5.44

SOlJTH ASIA
1966 1.68 2.55 54.3 82.4 · .joU9 721.772 3.53 114 1835 1390 '2. 54
1967 1.68 2.49 59.5 87.6 2.84 739.3":.4 3.37 118 1904 1308 2.58
1968 1o91 2.68 ' 65. 0 91.6 2.93 7 ~o.47s 3.54 121 ~ 965 1364 2o60
1969 2.05 2.7 .. 72.4 97.1 2 o82 / 774.150 3.54 125 2033 134 1 2.63
1970 2.28 ·2 . 90 80.8 102.9 2. tiC' 793.646 3.65 130 2075 1397 2o61

1971 2.91 3.52 86.3 10'+.7 3.36 -<~ .33 129 ~099 1676 2o58
812.655
1972 88.5 103.0 / .4. 74 136 2 131 1681 2.8 _
3.07 3.58 3.48 756.069
·.• • 06
1973 2.86 3.14 97.5 107.') 2o93 773.731 139 i? 318 1356 ; .oo
1974 3.29 3.29 108o9 108.9 3.02 ~.15 137 2 405 1366 3o04
791.935
1975 4o08 3. 73 125.5 11'4-.8 3o25 ·~ . 60 142 2 457 1519 3.03
810.691
'

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TABLE I. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY GROUP & REGION BY YEAR-Continued

MILITARY GROSS NATIONAL MILEX PEOPLE MILEX GNP ARMED MILEX ARMED
EXPENDITURES PRODUCT per per FORCES ARMED FORCES
(MILEX) (GNP) GNP CAPITA CAPITA FORCES per
Billion dollars 8 Billion dollars b Constant Constant Con•tant 1000
YEAR Constant Million dollars dollars thous dollars peopla
Current Constant Current

0Ct.J.<N1A
1966 1. 66 2 . 52 Jb.2 5b . (J ..... .,4 1<+.761 17 0 .63 3':121:'1 72 34982 ... as
1967 l . 71 2 . 52 41.4 0 l ' • .., ... q 15.u12 16 7•• 6:. 4058 85 29609 S.b6
1968 l . 71 2.41 44.6 62.':i ~.b .. !':>.263 15d.21 4124 93 25965 b.09
196':1 1. 99 2. 67 ~0 .7 cc; .u -'·'='3 1 5 .:>4 2 172.u9 4318 96 27B61 b.1b
1970 1.93 2.45 ~b . 2 11• ·r .Je'+2 1:..d35 1~!:>.03 4!::>27 100 24549 b.32

19 71 1.98 2.40 6 1. 7 7 <+.7 .JeC:} 16.1.37 148.66 4630 100 23988 6.20
1972 2 .07 2.41 67 .4 7b ... ..>.()7 16.403 146.74 4777 100 24069 6.10
1973 2 .04 2 . 25 l4.4 l:ll . b c:..75 !b.64b 1->5.23 '+914 l:l4 26798 5.05
1974 2. 16 2 .1 6 u6 . 3 do.~ c:.=>u 1b.':12b 127.31 ::>U99 81 26605 4.78
1975 2.74 2.51 ':13 . 2 o:..1 C:e':15 17.1 91 146.07 4':1!:>1 83 30254 4.i:lJ

NATU
1 966 90.74 1~r.so 1404.:. 21Jc:.u b.'+:i 512.:>29 268.44 41b0 b317 21780 12.33
1 967 104. 61 15~.07 14 90 . 0 2192 .3 /e\JJ 517 .334 297.1$2 42~8 6642 23197 12.8'+
1968 110.34 1~5.77 1b1b.!::> 2279 ... o.d3 :>21.908 . 298.46 4.368 6806 22887 13.04
1969 112.22 150.42 1770.0 237:;,., b·~3 52o.775 285.55 4509 6706 22431 12.73
197 0 110. ~4 141.1 8 1 'H3.6 2440.5 ;::) • ( d 531.tH7 265.46 '+5d9 6311 22370 11ot:i7

1971
197 2
111.07
117. 25
134.64
1Jb. 59
2079.6
2268.2
25L:> . 7
2o<+O.B
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!:>ol7
536.991
541.590
250.73
252.20
461H
4876
6016
5701
22380 11.20
23959 10.53
1973 1 2 1.03 133.21 2539.7 2791~1 4.17 :0>46.055 243.96 :0111 5576 23890 10.21
197 4 134.86 134.86 27!37.5 2H37 . :_ '+ebit 5~0.}01 24S.15 :.Ob7 5486 24582 9.97
197 5 14 5 .04 1~2.63 2977.2 C:72}.4 '+e07 !::>:5'+.!66 239.33 4911 5253 25248 9.48

OPE<.;
1966 1.38 2. 10 63.8 96.7 C:ol7 2.3-'·027 8.99 415 884 2370 3.79
1967 2.02 2 .97 69.9 103.1 2.88 2JY.079 12.42 431 895 3318 3.74
19 68 2.38 3.36 7<;.7 11C:.2 :.;.oo 2'+5.324 13.71 457 969 3471 3.95
1969 3.19 4.2b ~O.I:l 122.0 3.51 251.738 17.00 4d5 1021 4192 4.06
1970 3.41 '+ .33 104.7 13J.3 3.25 258.282 16.77 516 1141 3796 4.42

1971 4.11 4.9C:,O 117.9 1<+3.0 3.49 264.967 11:l.84 540 1301 3837 4.91
1972 4.96 s. ·r 8 134.0 15bd -'·11 271.937 21.27 574 1299 4452 4.78
1973 6.20 b.82 159.7 17'::>.7 3.88 279.162 2<+.43 629 1280 5329 4.59
1974 13.14 13.14 199.1 }C,.9.1 b.6o 286.666 45.83 695 1284 10232 4.4d
1975 15.01 13.73 222.0 203.~ b. '16 2':1<+.«62 46. 63. b90 1399 9815 4.75

PACT
1966 61.81 93.69 4BC!.3 730.1::1 3.33.890 280.60 2189 5107 18345 15.30
1967 65.78 96.90 524.8 77".;.4 336.911 287.62 2296 5187 18682 15.40
1968 72.85 102.66 564 •.3 79':> •• 340.065 301.88 2338 5372 19110 15.80
1969 79.15 10b.23 609.5 l:llb.2 342.891 309.l:l1 2386 5434 19549 15.85
1970 85.15 10d.54 682.2 b6".1 345.753 313.92 2514 5570 19487 16.11
c
1971 92.46 112.13 7<+7.3 YOo.~ 348.713 321.55 2599 5692 19700 16.32
1972 97.67 113.75 799.0 929.8 351.672 323.45 2644 5694 19977 16.19
1973 108.44 11~.34 899.9 990.0 354.532 336.61 2792 5762 20712 16.25
1974 121.79 121.79 1034.1 1034.1 357.548 340~6$ 2892 5816 20941 1b.27
1975 136.49 125.01 1161.0 1062.2 .360 .·538 346.• 73 2946 5978 20912 16.58

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TABLE I. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY GROUP & REGION BY YEAR-Continued

MILITARY GROSS NATIONAL MIL EX PEOPLE MILEX GNP ARM EO MIL EX ARMED
EXPENDITURES PRODUCT per per FORCES ARMED FORCES
(MILEX) (GNP) GNP CAPITA CAPITA FORCES per
Billion dollars a Billion dollars b Constant Constant Con111tant 1000
YEAR Constant % Million dollars dollars thous dollars people
Current Constant Current

a) For conversion methodology, see Statistical Notes.


b) For conversion methodology, see Statistical Notes.
c) Military Expenditures and GNP as calculated are not
fully comparable due to the use of different types
of dollar conversion rates for the two variables.
The estimated range is a more valid measure (see
Statistical Notes.).

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TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION. AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR

MI LI TAR Y G ROSS N ATI ONt, L MI LEX PEO P LE MILEX GN P A RM EO MILEX ARMED


EXPENDITURES PROD UCT -- per per FO RCES A RM ED FORCES
IMILE XI !GNP) GN P CAPITA CAPI T A FOR CES per
a
Mill ion dollars M i llion dollars b Co nsta nt Co nstant Co nstant 1000
YEAR % Million dollars doll ars t hous doll ars people
Curren t I Co nstant Current I Co ns ta nt

Af!';HANUTAN
19tlfl 14 21 8bl 1310 1,b2 15,591> 1, 3b 84 91 218 &,22
191)7 15 n 90& 1:530 1,70 15,941> 1,42 84 95 239 5,9b
191)8 18 25 975 1380 1,81 l&,:SOb 1,53 84 89 280 5,411
191)9 19 2& 1010 1430 1,79 1&,&11 1,54 8& 89 289 5,34
1970 21 h 11!!0 1470 1,78 11, 0&0 t,Sl 8& 91 287 5,33
1911 u 2ft 1240 1510 1,71 17,451 1,48 86 91 284 5,21
U72 24 27 1330 1550 1,71 11,812 1,53 87 91 101 5,09
1913 2b ZCJ 1510 1&&0 1,72 18,301> 1,5& 91 91 313 4,91
1974 28 28 1Tb0 thO t,u 18aH9 1,51 94 1!0 218 b,9 l
1915 3'T 34 20b0 1880 1,78 19,245 1,74 98 130 258 "• 7b

AI.BANU
19U 5& 85 TOO 10l>O e,oo 1,914 44,40 555 !!2 1&33 27,17
19()7 &0 88 700 1030 8,57 1,9()5 4!5,00 525 52 1100 26,4&
19118 fiT IJI 800 1130 8,37 2a019 46,80 559 52 1811 25,1()
19()9 17 tt'l' 800 1010 10,90 2,080 5&,10 516 '52 Zl!JO 25,00
1970 n tU 900 11!SO 10,110 2,13& 5i> 1 TO sn 52 2327 24,14
19'f1 11& 141 1040 U60 11,20 2,188 64,30 5'16 52 2112 Zl,71
1972 118 U7 uoo 1400 9,83 z,as8 &1,40 U4 !It! hJ5 U 1 l4
un 125 138 1270 1400 9,84 2,UT '59,90 608 '52 U!l4 22,&4
1"74 1Z7 lZ7 1290 U90 9,84 2,352 !!4,00 !148 !!J 2396 u,s:s
19.,"5 U1 120 1110 1200 10,00 2,411 49,70 497 52 uo8 U,S'T

AI.G!RU c
uu 104 U7 4UO UbO ,~49 11,901 u,2o 126 7!! aon &,so
1h'T 106 lU ano U'TO :s,'1o U,244 12 1 70 !lb9 7!1 2080 •• u
19U 110 1!!5 !1610 79CJO 2,&9 U,&O'!S u,:so U4 1!1 i!OU 5,95
~'•• 114 1!11 6fll0 8880 2,39 12. 98!1 11,80 684 80 1 1Hl •• u
1•10 lU 14& n1o U10 z. t9 u,· n~ 10,90 Ub 80 1825 1,98
1911 116 t41 7!10 881)0 2,19 1h805 10,20 642 80 1763 s,eo
1972 Ul 141 88&0 lOJOO 1,85 14,244 9,90 724 80 1'7&3 I,U
197) t:n 14& 10000 11000 t,n 141,'702 9,CJ5 '7!11 eo 1825 1,44
1974 260 uo 11400 11400 2,28 U~182 1'1'110 1'51 eo l250 !J,Z'T
t9'7!! SOl 2'761 uooo 11900 1,!!4 u,·6e4 1'T 160 759 !10 1450 s,to

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19
TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

MILITAR Y GROSS NATIO Nh L MILE X PEOP LE M I L EX GNP ARM ED MIL EX I' RME D
EXPENDITURES PR ODUCT per pe r FORCES AR M ED FORCES
IMILEX ) I GNP) GNP CAPITA CAP ITA FORCES pe r
a
Million dollars M illion dollars b Consta nt Co nsta nt Constant 1000
Y EAR % Million dollars dollars thous doll ars peopl e
Current Co nstant Curre nt Constant

ARG!NTINA
1qbb 337 510 15500 23500 2,17 22,710 22,110 1030 1b0 3186 7,03
1qb1 328 1183 1bll00 211200 2,00 23.118 20,90 1050 1M lO 1q b,92
19&8 350 11911 1noo 25200 1 1 90 n.11os 21. 10 1070 1b0 3068 bl82
19b9 :sqo 532 20400 211100 1194 23,611 22.30 1150 1M 3:525 b,72
1970 409 521 2!b00 26800 1a81 24.15b 21,50 1190 1110 3721 !5,60
1q11 lU 4H 211qoo 30200 1a115 211.500 1'7,90 1230 1110 3tH 5171
1972 358 41b 26800 11!00 1 1 :511 24.6115 1bl80 1250 1110 2971 5,b3
1913 11413 488 30000 33100 1,118 25,19b 19,110 1310 1b0 3050 b,3!!
19711 581 581 35200 35200 1 11)5 25,551 22,70 1360 150 3873 5,87
1975 8b0 787 37100 B900 2.n 25. en 1 30,110 1310 1b0 4919 b 1 11

AUSTRAl. !A d
191tb 1510 2290 31200 4TIIOO 11,811 11.'599 196.00 11060 59 :58614 5,09
191>7 15b0 2300 :511200 501100 11,5b 11.799 195,00 11270 72 319411 b 1 10
19#)6 15b0 2210 11000 52200 11,22 12.009 1611.00 11350 80 27b25 b,bb
19#)9 18110 21170 112300 5b800 IJ,35 12,2&3 202.00 llb30 82 10122 b,b9
1970 1150 2230 117000 59900 3, 73 12,507 179,00 11790 Bb 25930 b,86
1971 1600 i!180 51700 b2b00 3,119 12.75b 171,00 11910 86 253119 6,74
1972 1880 2190 '5&200 U400 :5,35 11!,959 1b9 1 00 5050 Bb n11os b,bil
1913 1no 20110 b2l00 b81100 2,96 13,132 1!55,00 U10 71 281)2 5,111
1974 1920 1920 1Zb00 72&00 2,b5 1:s, :n8 1411,00 S440 66 28235 5,10
1'75 2480 2270 78200 71 !500 3d7 13.510 168,00 5290 70 UIIZ9 5,18

AUSTRIA
191!6 166 285 111500 21900 1,30 7.291 39,10 3010 55 15182 7,54
1"61 1n no 15200 znoo 1,!9 7,3!3 J9,70 3070 60 46H 8,19
U&6 207 2t2 1&600 2!500 1.n 7,:UO :59,70 3190 55 5309 7,47
19b9 223 JOO 18500 24800 1,21 7,393 110 1 b0 33M 55 51155 7,114
1970 Ull 2'6 !1000 2UOO 1 ,11 7,42b 40,10 SbOO 55 5418 '7,41
1971 235 284 2:1200 28200 1,01 7,115b 38,10 3760 60 4733 8,0'5
1972 158 301 l!ITOO 30000 1,00 7,1187 40,20 4000 bO 1011 1,01
191:5 'l71 305 26800 31700 0 1 9b .,,.521 110,!50 4210 60 5083 1,98
1974 316 Hf> :53000 nooo 1,02 7,548 441,~0 4370 bO '5b00 7,95
1U5 151 1!7 351100 JliiOO 1,01 7 ,·540 43,30 4290 50 6!5110 6,b3

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19111 5 5 555 555 1,!6 0,231 22,40 UIIO 4 1l2S U1 1 88
1975 14 13 564 !116 2,117 0 1 Z411 5Z 1 20 2110 5 2!140 l0 1 119

20
TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

MILITARY GROSS N AT IONt,L MILE X PEOPLE MI L EX GNP ARMED MIL EX AR M ED


EXPENDI T URES PRODUCT per pe r FORCES ARMED FORCE S
IM ILE XI I GNP) GNP CAPITA CAPITA FORCES per
8
M i ll ion dollars Million dollars b Consta nt Co nstant Constant 1000
Y EAR % Million doll ars dollars thous dollars people
Cu rrent Consta nt Curre nt Co nstant

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1915 1b TO 8850 8090 o,a& 80,845 o,u 100 100 U!l 1,14

BARBADOS
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U&T 0 0 ue !04 0 o,n? 0 1&1 0 0 0
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19&9 0 0 th Z:Sb 0 O,IJ& 0 1000 0 0 0
1910 0 0 101 259 0 o,n5 0 1100 0 0 0
19'11 0 0 220 267 0 0 1 i!35 0 1140 0 0 0
1912 0 0 nz 110 0 o,nu 0 11&0 0 0 0
19'1:5 1 1 Z'J1 11& 0,28 o,z·n s,z8 1180 0 0 0
19'14 1 1 219 zn o,n o,zn 41 U 1200 0 0 0
1915 1 1 299 ZT4 0,22 0,232 1,51 1180 0 0 0

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196& 12& uoo znoo 3'5600 3,09 • .• Sl8 116,00 J140 115 •!In U,O?
19&1 182 11!10 2,100 11000 3, t1 9,!181 120,00 38&0 115 10000 u,oo
19U 855 1210 21400 18&00 3,12 9,&19 U!!J, 00 4010 1U 10!122 11, ••
19&9 89'$ 1200 30600 41100 2,92 9,&4• 12!1, 00 42&0 11!5 l04JI 11,92
19YO 1000 UTO 5~!100 43900 z,qo .,,,6 uz.oo 45'50 t10 11!14!1 11,39
1911 10&0 1280 lT100 4!!1100 2,80 9,&13 U),OO 41SO. 110 11U6 u.n
19U 1160 U&O 4UOO 4UOO 2,80 9·,111
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140,00 u•o 10'5 12912 10,11
197:5 1280 1400 4h900 '5'1&00 2,12 144,00 5190 lOS 13333 10, '78
1914 1410 14YO 84000 84000 z,n 9,'7'1! 1!11,00 ,,0 100 14100 1o,n
191!1 1120 1810 58100 !IS100 1,96 •,nz uo,oo 'J4!0 81 11104411 11,ae

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21
TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR-Continued

M ILITARY GROSS NAT IONI,L MILE X PEOPLE M I LE X GNP A RM ED MI L EX A RM ED


EXP END ITU R ES PRO D UCT -- per per FORCES ARMED FOR CES
IM ILEX) I GNP) GNP CAPITA CAPIT A FORC ES pe r
doll ars
a Million doll ars b Constant Co nsta nt Co nstant 1000
Million
Y EAR % Million dollars dollars thous d oll ars peo p le
Cu rrent I Consta nt Curre n t I Co nsta nt

BOI.IVIA
19&& 11 i!e 771 1110 2,21 '1,347 5,9'1 2&9 2'5 1032 5,75
19&7 17 25 82o 1220 z,os '1,'150 5,59 2111 i!O 124'5 4,49
19&8 to 22 9le U20 1,&9 4,55& 4,90 289 17 Uti! 3,73
19&9 18 24 1020 1110 1,7& 4,oa& 5.17 294 zo U05 4,29
1970 il2 Z8 1140 111410 1,91 4,180 i,89 J05 17 lUl J,h
1911 l4 29 12b0 1520 1, !1 7 '1,698 5,61 311 17 1&7b 3,47
l'l1l! 32 31 138 0 !bOO 2,32 5,019 7,40 119 17 2182 3,39
1913 ll 34 15 5 0 1110 1,98 5,145 o,58 Hi! 18 1878 1,so
1974 41 Ill 1830 1830 2,24 5,275 7,75 Uo 18 2212 J,41
1915 S9 54 2140 UoO z,n 5,"10 9,89 hl lO UTS J,7o

BOT5 WANA
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19&7 108 o,S43 0 199 0 0
19&8 0 0 18 110 0 0,552 0 199 0 0 0
19&9 0 0 88 1 19 0 o,!ei! 0 ~11 0 0 0
1970 0 0 tiS 147 0 0,513 0 25& 0 0 0
1971 0 0 U9 U9 0 o,se1 0 290 0 0 0
1972 0 0 1&1 188 0 0,593 0 111 0 0 0
1913 0 0 1&0 17& 0 0,&04 0 2191 0 0 0
1914 0 0 193 !93 0 0 1 b15 0 313 1 0 l,&S
191§ 0 0 223 204 0 o,o2o 0 l25 1 0 2,24

BRAZil.
Ubb bbT 1010 11000 47000 2,15 81,112 12,20 So& 125 l108 l 1 'H
19&7 750 1110 H400 auoo 2,25 85,114& 12,90 575 330 33&11 3,8&
19&8 110 1090 38200 518 00 2,02 87,855 12,40 &13 340 320& 1,81
19&9 899 1210 43700 58700 2,0& 90 ,lilt 13,40 &49 uo 33bl 1,98
1970 11&0 1'180 _50300 b4100 2,31 92,90& 1&,00 &90 315 3947 4,04
1CJT1 1300 1510 58900 11400 2,!0 95,555 1&,40 1118 11!1 4187 s.•z
1972 1410 1&50 &8100 19SOO 2,08 90,282 u,8o 807 410 4014 4,17
19U 1110 1880 80700 88100 2.12 101,092 te,&O 818 4i!O 447fl 41 U
1914 2000 2000 9'7400 91400 2,05 101,989 19 ,lO 9:17 435 4'598 4,18
19'75 24110 22:50 110000 101000 2,21 10&,97& 20,80 942 455 41901 4,2!

BU\.GARU
1.t&& ·no 1090 7&80 11&00 8,258 11! 1 00 1410 11& 6191 21,31
19&7 745 1100 eno 1UOO 8,310 1U,OO 1480 110 &2!!10 l!t,l8
19&8 772 1090 8880 12!50 0 8,310 uo,oo 1500 11'5 un 20 1 'H
19&9 832 1120 97"0 13100 8,4:54 uz,oo U&O 1, . &1100 zo,n
1910 934 1UO 10900 13900 8,4'10 140,00 1UO 11!!1 &800 ao,•1
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1971 1040 12&0 1 uoo 14400 8 1 53& 148,00 1&90 189 &bOT 22,14
1912 11&0 U!IO 13000 15100 8,'57& 1!!11,00 11&0 189 7141 22,04
un D20 14!!10 14200 1!!1&00 e,&zt 1&8 1 00 1810 117 81'2 zo ,s:s
1914 1!!170 1!!110 uooo uooo e,·&n 181,00 1840 114 •on 20 1 0!!1
197!1 1&80 1!40 18500 1noo e, 741 11&,00 1UO 11!!1 8800 10,02

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22
TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION , AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

MI LI T A R Y G R OSS NATIO N /, L MI LE X PEOPLE MIL E X GNP A RMED MIL EX ARMED


EXPENDITURE S PRO DUCT
- - per per FO RC ES ARMED FOR CES
I M ILE X} I G NP } GNP CAPIT A CAPIT A FO RCE S per
8
M i lli o n dollars Mill io n doll ars b Co nstant Consta nt Co nstant 1000
y EAR % Mill ion d oll ars doll a rs th ous d o ll ars peo pl e
Cu rre nt j_ Co nsta nt Curre nt I Co nstant

BURM A f
19~b 120 181 1170 2b80 b,1b 25,298 7,17 lOb 135 13(11 5 ..3(1
19&7 102 150 1710 25!0 '3 ,92 25,883 5,78 98 1'\b 1103 5,2~
1968 104 147 2010 2830 s,zo 2& 1 ti87 s,se 107 1Jb 1081 5,13
19&9 117 156 2180 2920 5,'59 27,109 5,62 108 113 913 &,38
1970 1'55 172 2410 3070 5,&1 27,148 e,2o 111 1'14 989 &,27
1911 155 188 2&30 3190 5,90 28,402 &,&3 112 17'3 1074 &,1&
1972 151 183 2800 32&0 s,&o 29,073 &,29 112 191 958 &,57
1973 189 208 3000 :BOO &,32 29,700 7,00 111 198 1051 &,&5
1914 tH 139 34&0 34&0 4,00 30,463 4,5'5 114 202 &88 &,OJ
191!1 111 157 '5950 '5620 4,53 31,183 5,02 11& 209 151 &,10

BUR UNO!
19&& 2 4 1&7 254 l,tlb 3,288 1, 13 77 2 18&0 0 ,&1
19&1 3 4 18& Z74 1,&0 3,359 1,31 82 2 2195 o,&o
19&8 3 5 190 2b8 1,72 3,435 1. 34 16 2 2305 0,56
19&9 3 4 200 2&8 1,51 3,512 1. 1s 7& 2 2020 0,57
1970 4 5 241 308 1,51 3,593 1,30 8& J 1551 o,u
1911
1912
(I
b .,5 25CJ
272
314
31&
1,59
2.11
3,&71
3,7&1!
1,3&
1,82
85
84
3
3
1bb1
228'1
0,82
o,eo
1973 7 7 2fJ3 :522 2,30 1,854 1,92 84 3 2473 0,78
1974
1975
8
9
8
8
324
380
324
J/.111
2,57
2,30
3,94'1
4,0114
2,11
1,98
82
8& .,
!i 1&04
1141
1,21
1,13

CAMB ODlA CKHM!'R REP lJ Bl.lC) g


19&& 3! 1!9 5&0 850 5,7& b 1 1.15b 7,58 132 83 590 ll 1 8&
19&'1 3b 51.1 &03 888 &,02 &,&113 8 1 05 ~~~~ n &45 12,49
1CJoe 38 54 &59 928 5,78 &,838 7,85 1~& 811 b39 12,28
l9o9 42 511 702 942 5,95 7,041 1,9b 131.1 85 &bO 1Z 1 07
1970 100 128 bb9 853 1'5,00 1,as4 17,&0 118 85 150b 11,7Z
19'11 98 119 bb8 810 111,70 7,1.171 15,90 108 205 !i80 27,42
1972 I II 1 1&4 &58 1bb 21,40 7,709 21,10 99 200 8i!O 25,94
19'fl 84 93 '305 &21 14. 9.0 7,950 11,70 78 213 415 2&,79
1CJ74 oil b4 588 588 10,90 8,201 '1,81 72 220 291 lb 1 83
1975 &8 &:1 &22 §b9 11,00 8,4&0 1,40 b1 &2 1010 1,l.S

CAM!! ROON
19ee to 24 '108 1070 2,22 s,uo 11,47 201 8 2915 1,so
t•o'f 18 lb 113 11110 2,12 s,no 4,8'5 209 8 )300 1,117
1'&8 lO !8 CH9 uoo 2,17 5,547 S,O& 2J4 1 4014 1,2.
ttto9 u 29 1060 1420 2,03 5,&&4 5,10 251 8 lbl2 1,41
1tt70 24 10 12:SO tseo 1,95 5,78& 5,2& 2'10 8 1800 l,U
ttt1l 2'!1 :so tHO 1&10 1,88 5,91~ 5,10 2U 8 31&2 1,15
1912 2• 30 1400 U:\0 1,84 &,04'1 4,9o no 8 :nso 1 ,l2
un 28 30 15&0 1'110 1,11 &,18& 4,90 2'17 8 3781 1,29
19'111 :so 30 1'110 1'110 1,75 &,332 4,13 271 10 2990 1,!18
19'15 311 31 1910 1180 1,13 11,484 4,'15 215 10 S080 1,14

23
TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR-Continued

M ILI TARY GROSS NATION /, L M I LEX PEOPLE MIL EX GNP ARM ED M IL EX AR ME D


EXP EN DITURES PRODUCT -- pe r pe r FO R CES AR ME D FORCES
IM ILE XI IGN PJ GNP CAP IT A CAPITA FO RCES per
dollars a b Consta n t Co nsta nt Constant 1000
Mill ion Million dollars
Y EAR % Mill io n dollars do ll ars t ho us doll a rs peo pl e
Cu rre nt J Co nsta nt Cu rrent I Co nstant

CANADA
19&& 1870 <!8110 65100 98700 2,87 20, 048 142,00 11920 1t 0 25818 5,119
1%7 2 0&0 ~OliO &9:500 1020 00 2,98 20,1112 149,00 5000 1 OS 28952 5,1ll
1%8 2050 2890 70600 10MOO 2,&7 20,729 139,00 5210 1 OS 27S2ll 5,01
19119 20'50 n:so 8£1700 1140 00 2,£10 21,028 130,00 5410 1 00 27300 1.1171,
19'70 2220 2830 91& 00 11'7000 2,42 21,3211 1:n ,oo 54'70 95 29789 a,4&
1971 23110 2830 1020 00 123000 2 ,30 21,595 131,00 5710 85 33l!94 3,9a
1972 21130 2830 11200 0 131000 2. 11 21,8118 1'50,00 5980 90 314llll 4,12
1913 2550 2810 127000 1400 00 2,(')1 22,125 127,00 1>310 85 33059 3,811
19711 2930 2930 143(')00 14 3000 2, (') 5 22,479 130,00 6360 80 3&&25 3,56
19'75 31&0 2890 15700 0 1440 00 2, 01 22,811 127,00 6310 11 37'332 3,38

CENTRAL AFRICAN REP UB ~IC


tCJ&6 2 4 162 246 1,44 1 ~198 2,53 11ft 2 1710 1,43
19&7 :5 5 !6 5 2£13 2._02 1,427 3,114 170 2 24SO 1,110
1CJ&8 4 0 190 2&7 2,:50 1,451 4,22 18'5 2 3075 1,37
19&9 5 1 213 286 2,52 1 .. 489 4,85 192 ?. 3&10 1,3ll
1970 5 1 229 292 2,34 1, 5 22 11,119 192 2 3415 1,31
1911 6 1 243 295 2, 11 6 1, 557 11,66 18CJ 2 3&25 1,28
1972 5 6 255 29'7 2,09 1,5911 '5,CJO 187 ! 2013 1,88
1911 0 1 277 305 2,34 1,632 II ,31 187 3 2377 1,84
19711 1 1 '508 308 2,30 1,67& 11 1 Z2 184 3 2357 1, 79
19'75 8 7 3113 Jill 2,28 1, 713 4,18 183 3 2381 1,75

CEY LDN (~EI! SRI l. ANKA)

CHAO
19&& 11 11 lb3 39CJ 11.18 3,380 11,93 118 5 33ll0 1,1.18
19&7 11 to 263 387 11 ,!3 3,457 4,74 112 5 3280 1,45
19&8 12 17 284 1100 4,30 3,5 :H 4,8& 113 b 211o7 1,70
19&9 12 to 303 407 3,82 3,o19 4,30 112 5 3100 1,38
1970 15 19 10'7 391 4,18 3,70& 5,011 105 1 2o71 1,89
1971 1& 20 320 388 5,05 :s,79o 5,1& 102 8 2450 2,11
1972 11 20 300 349 5,59 3,888 S,01 90 10 1950 2,57
1913 111 19 312 343 5 ,&5 3,983 4,86 86 t0 1940 2,51
191ll 20 20 3o2 3&2 '5,&3 11 1 019 11,99 89 10 2040 2,45
U75 23 21 417 381 5,&2 4,178 5. 1'5 91 11 19ll5 2,&3

C:HIL!:
19&& 92 140 a no 65&0 2.t:5 8,899 15,70 738 &5 2154 7,30
1901 93 1:51 4550 &100 2,05 9,112 15,00 735 10 1957 7 1 CI8
19&8 100 141 1!900 &900 2,04 9,320 15,10 7111 10 2014 7,51
1'~~9 101 11111 5320 1140 2,02 9,523 15,10 7119 70 2057 7,35
1970 ta~ 1811 5850 1450 2,54 9,709 19,50 1&1 10 l'TOO 7,l1
1911 159 193 &110 81110 2,31 11,884 19,50 823 70 2757 7,08
1912 19& 228 1030 8180 2,78 10,055 22,&0 8111 75 30110 1,4&
1CJ'T1 222 211'5 'f!SO 7810 3,11 10,229 23,110 7&9 15 3U1 1,33
1974 433 4:53 8210 8UO !,l!8 10,405 111,'70 789 90 4811 a,u
197§ $31 30! 1&50 fQ OO 4,5! 10,585 28,&0 &&1 1 10 21'55 10,311

24

,.
TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

'
t
Y EAR
MILITAR Y
EXPENDITURES
(MILE XI
Mill ion

Cu rrent I
dollars

Co nsta nt
8
GR OSS NATION t, L
PR O DUCT

M illion

Curre nt
(GNP)

I
dollars b

Co nsta nt
MI LEX
--
GNP

%
PEOPLE

Mill ion
M I L EX
per
CAP I TA
Consta nt
dollars
GNP
pe•
CAP IT A
Co nsta nt
doll ars
A RMEO
FO RCES

thous
M IL EX
AR MED
FORC ES
Constant
doll ars
A RMEO
FOR CES
per
1000
peopl e

t CHI~A, ,EO~LES R!~UBLIC OF d ,h


1966 15800 211000 107000 1&1!000 1il,eo 766,900 31,20 212 2600 9231 3,39
1967 16300 211000 107000 158000 15,l!O 7841,000 30,&0 201 2710 8856 3,41&
8929


19&8 17700 25000 112000 158000 1!!1,80 1102,000 31 • 1 0 197 21100 1,419
19&9 20100 27000 1:51000 1TbOOO 15,30 820,700 32,90 214 2830 95411 3,45
Jl 1970 21500 29900 157000 200000 15,00 840,100 35,&0 2:58 2850 101191 3,39
( tnt U&OO :uooo 178000 2UOOO 111,110 1159,900 36,10 2!!11 2970 1041l8 3,45
1972 251!00 30000 193000 225000 1'5,40 879,500 341,10 255 3040 9868 3,416
1973 27300 30000 226000 249000 12 .t 0 898,700 33,40 277 3250 9231 3,62
1974 30000 30000 259000 259000 11,60 917,300 n, 10 282 4300 &911 41,&9
1915 32800 30000 299000 274000 11.00 934,600 32,10 293 4300 6971 4,&0

CHINA, ~!~UBLIC 01' i d


1966 517 185 44170 67 80 11,&0 13,354 58,80 508 5414 1443 40,74
1967 54& 11041 50110 7490 10,70 13,&69 58,80 548 547 1470 40,02
1968 bOT 856 5780 8150 10,50 11,970 &1,30 584 528 1621 n ,eo
1969 687 923 65.0 8850 10,40 14,276 64. ftO b20 555 1663 38,88
1910 815 1040 noo n1o 10 ,60 14,578 71,20 &n 522 1992 35,81
1911 904 1100 9030 11000 10,00 141,893 n,&o 735 540 20S7 36,26
1972 944 1100 10500 12300 8,97 15. 19J 72,410 801 550 2000 1&,20
1913 10&0 1110 12500 13700 8,51 15,4185 7!5,40 88& 503 2326 32,411
1'14 971 971 13800 U800 7,03 15,780 61,50 875 493 1970 31,24
1915 1410 1290 15500 14200 CJ,06 1&,076 80,00 883 504 2560 11,3'5

COLOM81A
19&6 ,. 120 11800 7270 1,65 19,352 &,21 376 50 2400 2,58
1961 n 1111 5140 7570 1,46 20,001 5,51 3'18 50 2200 2,50
19U n 120 5700 8030 1,49 20,&U 5,79 389 50 2400 2,42
1'&9 112 110 6340 8'$10 1,29 21,:S41 5,15 399 50 2200 2,34
1910 103 131 1120 9070 1,115 22,035 !5 ,98 1112 45 2933 Z1 04
l ~71 tn 242 '1'940 UJO 2,!!!1 22,147 10,&0 11n !JO 4840 2,20
uu 112 130 n1o 10400 1 .u 23,480 5,55 442 so 2600 2,13
11173 110 1U 10200 1 uoo 1,08 24,236 41,118 41ft! 150 2420 2,0&
1'741 118 118 11900 11900 0,99 25,0141 4,10 416 50 2!60 z,oo
un tU U1 13500 12400 1,22 2'5,815 5,8& 480 50 3020 l, 94

CONGO
19&6 10 207 1,073 9,'!19 293 4,&6
1961
19&8
'.,
8 12
10
!4!$
268
315
JU
377
3,27
3,1!6
2,63
1,099
1,1!6
10,70
8,81
sn
3H
5
5
1
2060
2360
3301
4,55
2,66
1'69 lt 1!5 296 n1 3,'1'4 1,155 12,90 3114 J 4967 2,60
1.,0 u 20 :U8 418 4,T1 1,1811 16,60 355 6 3!83 -5,07
1911 11 i!O J!Sjj 429 4,&6 1,215 16,40 l5l 6 3333 4,94
1912 11 19 380 4413 41,33 1,246 15,40 355 9 i!Ul 7,22
1'75 20 22 4&1 509 4,~7 1,219 17,00 398 1 3114 '.5,47
1974 24 Z4 '555 555 4,27 1,314 111,00 422 7 338ft 5,31
1975 26 24 609 557 4,!9 1,350 11 '70 412 7 34141 s,u

25

-'
TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION , AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

MILITAR Y GROSS NATION A L


EXPENDITURES PRODU CT
M ILE X
-- PEOP LE M I L EX
pe r
GNP
pe r
ARM ED
FOR CES
--
MILEX
AR M ED
A RME D
FORCES
IMILEXI I GNP) GNP CAPI TA CAP ITA FORCES pe r
8
M ill ion dollars Millio n dollars b Constant Co nstant Constant 1000
Y EAR % Million d ollars dollars thous doll ars peopl e
Curre nt I Constan t Cu rre nt I Constant

COSTA RICA
1~~~ 0 0 n• 955
1000
0 11545 0
0
618 2 0
0
1,2~
1~b1 0 0 619 0 11594 lt!T 2 112!5
1Qb8 0 0 162 1070 0 1 1fl4! 0 6!14 2 0 1,22
196~ 0 0 845 11 !O 0 1 1U1 0 ft71 2 0 1118
1'10 0 0 ~'!8 1l20 0 t,n~ 0 702 I 0 l1U
1Q71 0 0 tOTO uoo 0 11186 0 12T 2 0 t,U
UTl! 0 0 1200 1400 0 1,833 0 164 2 0 1109
1975 0 0 U60 1'!00 0 1,818 0 He 2 0 1,06
1974 0 0 1b00 11100 0 1,922 0 no 2 0 1,04
UT5 0 0 1180 1UO 0 1,~.., 0 8Z1 z 0 1, 02

CUBl
19ft6 140 212 35110 5400 !,n 71881 26,QO 118'5 110 1927 u.~s
1961 170 2'50 39110 !IUO 4,29 8,054 31,10 124 110 227:5 U,66
1968 213 300 )Q80 51110 5,!'5 e,zot 311,110 684 110 21l7 U 1 41
t••~ 186 2!50 ueo 15740 4,3!5 8 1:U7 n,9o u~ 140 1186 16, T9
1910 228 291 4100 wno 4,85 8,41'12 34 1 JO 707 140 1019 16 1U
1911 zs• 290 4680 5470 !I ,11 8,!J~Q n, 10 660 140 2071 111,28
1U2 24~ 2~0 4720 !!1490 5,28 8 1771. n,oo 112ft 140 2071 ts,•~~
UTJ 291 320 bi!!5 0 11880 4,611 81916 :55190 711 140 2286 1!5110
1974 !40 140 uoo 6100 5,57 .,090 31140 671 140 24Z9 15,40
1915 393 3&0 11400 '58 '50 6114 912'52 38190 633 uo lOOO u,n

CYPRUS
1966 7 11 402 IIO' l 18Z 0 1fl01 18140 1010 16 6Q4 u,se
1967 8 u 416 701 1178 01611 20,50 11'50 1!1 an 14. 5'5
1968 8 11 '526 742 1,44 o,u8 t 7·, 'JO 1200 14 764 Z2,U
1Qb9 1 to 610 819 1e19 0 1 U!I u,•o 1310 u 1!1 20180
1Q70 q 11 ft!IQ 1140 1,u o,•n 17 •• o tHO u 8!S4 20,!14
1911 11 u 111 941 1141 olu9 20170 1470 11 uoo 11,21
1912 11 13 861 1000 1,21 01 64!1 U 1&o 1!1'!50 u 1 ou 18160
1973 11 u •n 1010 1,12
z,u
o~n•
0,1166
111!50
27,60
15110
1280
11 105!5
161S
16,69
16,11
1974 18 18 8!13 ns 11
1'75 Zt 19 14'5 U1 z,u 0 1.., 1 ze, 10 1020 20 96! n,81

C!ECHOSl.OVAKIA
1966 1720 2610 24!00 37100 14,2l4 us,oo 2610 2!JCJ 10017 18,11
U61 1860 1140 zuoo !8700 14,117 192,00 2110 U9 10579 18,14
1h8 1940 2740 28700 40,00 u,ns 191,00 I ISO 2!10 10960 u,n
19119 2010 uoo :50800 4UOO 14,284 tn,oo 1890 210 UU7 14 1 TO
1970 1990 1!140 35000 4!100 14,)19 l7T 1 00 2940 zzz 11441 11,10
e
1971 U70 !UO suoo UTOO 14,Jt0 191,00 S040 222 usn u~u
1912 uso 2810 nooo 4!5400 14,46! tU,OO suo us 1171!1 u,u
s•n 1610 ,.40 41100 UIOO ..... . 1 201,00 SilO us lJll4 u,ss
1974 1000 sooo u•oo 4.. 00 t4 1 U6 104,00 nto 118 snu 14,14
UTI JUO UlO S4'500 41'900 14,104 191,00 S$10 110 1Jll'f 14,1.

26
TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

MILITAR Y GROSS NATION hL MIL EX PEOPL E MI L EX GNP ARMED MILEX ARMED


EXPENDITUR ES PRODUCT pe r per FORCES ARMED FORCES
(MILE X ) (GNP) GNP CAPITA CAPITA FORCES per
8
M ill ion dollars Mill ion dollars b Constant Co nstant Consta nt 1000
YEAR % Mil lion d olla rs do ll ars thous d oll ars peo ple
Curren t Co nsta nt Curre nt Constant

OAMOME:Y CSEE B!NIN>

O!NMARI<
19&& 40~ 612 111800 22500 2,72 11 1 797 128,00 11680 !0 12240 10,42
1967 1127 629 15900 231.100 2,69 1.1,839 130,00 4840 50 12580 1o,:n
19118 1181.1 683 11200 ~4:$00 2,81 11,8&1 140,00 1.19110 45 15118 9,2!1
1969 1.192 bflt 191100 20400 Z1 51 11,n1 1:51,00 !SIJO 1.15 14689 •,zo
1970 503 041 21200 21100 1,31 4,929 uo,oo 51.190 1.15 14241.1 •.u
11J71 5711 702 23100 28000 2,51 4 1 9U 11.11,00 5UO 45 15b00 9,01
1912 590 Ub 25100 29200 2,15 1.1 1 992 U7,00 5850 45 15244 9,01
1911 58fl fl44 21400 }0100 2,14 5,021 ue,oo n9o 45 14311 8,95
1974 728 128 30100 30100 2,42 5,052 144.00 5910 35 20800 b,93
197'5 858 185 32700 29900 2,U 5 1 0115 155,00 5900 :n 22429 &,91

DOMINICAN REPUBL.IC
lhb Jl Q& 992 1500 l,08 :~.no 12,40 401 19 2442 5,01
1967 JO 1.14 lOU thO 2,82 1 1'861 11,40 403 19 U11 4,92
1968 29 Ill 1100 1540 2,118 1 1 '111 10,40 J89 18 2!94 4,SJ
19&9 29 39 1270 1110 2a29 4 1 091 9 1 511 418 17 21011 41 U
1970 31 39 1490 1890 2,07 11,222 9,28 448 11 230b 4,01
1971 3~ 40 1730 2090 1,91 4,1§1 9,11 481 lb 24U :J,U
1972
1973
19'7'4
14
31
48
3IJ
40
48
2010
2350
2820
2340
2580
2820
1,117
1,57
1,70
4,484
4,b21
4,7112
8,12
8,75
10,10
521
559
593
1b
1&
18
2444
2525
2&72
'·"
3,4&
3,'78
19'7'5 4& 42 3240 i!IJIIO 1,43 4,90'7' 8,&1 &01.1 18 zno l, fiT

t'I:UAOOR c
1911& 24 3b 1240 1880 2,00 5,2811 11,'78 3!11 1!J 2393 2,84
19fl'7 22 ~2 13&0 2000 t,n 5,459 5,90 lfl& 1! 214'7 a,Ts
l9&8 24 311 1490 2100 1,118 ! ·, U8 5,95 3'7'2 111 2100 2,84
19119 3J 114 lfi'IO 2200 z,oa !1~,822 '7,50 ST8 1'7' 25U z,•z
1910 Jfl lib 1810 2UO 2,03 t., Q11 1,!59 sn 1b 2810 z,u
1971 n 111 !OliO 2480 1,9'7' &~,20& 1,&o :599 !0 ZlbO s,u
19'72 52 flO 22110 21140 2,40 t. 1 4011 9,36 412 20 2995 s,u
19'7'3 51 u 2110 291JO 2,U .&,U2 9,43 IISJ !0 suo :s, 02
1974 '72 12 S420 Sll20 2,09 &,~24 1'0 t so !SOl 20 nao 2,93
19'1! '7!5 &8 3990 suo 1,81 1,041 9,10 !518 20 3111!1 2,84

~GYIIT
191tt. ,., 5S4 IJUO '71'70 1,U so,sn 11,110 an
au
2U 1511 T,U

......
19111 JilT 111 noo TbbO &,U so,uz U 1 !50 no un T,lt
19ft8 1111 U3 nto ThO a,u s1,•n 21,10 an us Jllll •• u
19&9 !SIJl 194 &1&0 8110 9,!19 32,439 24 1 !SO 2!!5 no :usz
,,
., ,09
1910
U'!'l
1912
19'73
884
,.,
UJO
UTO
1130
1110
14SO
1!500
&890
nzo
8110
8840
8110
9120
9440
9120
u,ao
u,to
1!1,10
1!J. !50
:n,uo
u,•u
u,•n
31~412
:n,•o
u,•o
41,10
41,40
...
zu
an
114
II!
su
no
no
44S1

,..,
S114
SUb 11,01
l&,ZI
19'74 1550 155'0 10100 10100 1!5,40 U~UII 112,90 an 110 .JUO U,SI
un UIIO lUO HSOO 10!100 11 1 TO n ,·ob• ss,ao an 400 son so,?•
27
TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

MILITARY GROSS NATIONhL MILEX PEOPLE MILEX GNP ARMED MILE X ARMED
EXPENDITURES PRODUCT
- - per per FORCES ARMED FORCES
IMILEXI IGNPI GNP CAPITA CAPITA FORCES per
Million dollar1 a Million dollars b Constant Constant Constant 1000
YEAR % Million dollars dollars thous dollars people
Current I Constant Current I Constant

EL SAI.VAOOR
1CJ&& 8 13 727 tlOO 1,14 3,0!!4 4,11 h1 4 suo 1,11
19&7 9 13 7&8 11&0 loll 1,1!19 4,07 368 4 :S.U5 1,l7
19&8 11 1& 8!51 1200 1,10 1,268 4,17 1n 4 3900 1,22
19&9 28 !8 925 1240 3,04 3,185 11,!0 3U 4 94SO 1,18
1970 10 u 1000 12&0 1,04 3,505 3,78 365 4 3300 1,14
1971
1972
12
15
15
18
1100
1210
1340
1410
lelO
1,2.
J,U7
3,7'52
4,0.
4,1b
lU
377 •
8
Z450
2237
1,.,
a,u
1973 u 11 1340 11170 1,18 3,818 4,47 :sn 8 2175 2,0.
1974 19 19 1'550 15'50 1,25 4,004 4. 8!S 388 8 24Z5 z,oo
1975 21 19 1170 1UO 1,1. 4,130 4,54 392 & 2337 1194

EQUATDIHAL OUtNI!A
19&fl ...
• ••• .•••. .
• • ••
.. '
I I I I t I I t I I I I I t I 1. • I . I I I
19&7 •••
19&8
I I I I I\ ••• ••• • •• • •• •• • ••• I I I

19&9
I I I
5
• •&
• 90 •••
122
I I I
5,26 •••
0128& 22,40
I I I I I I
42.
•••1 I I I
&390 • ••
l,So
1910 5 b 92 118 5124 01291 21130 40. 1 •s•o 3,44
,..
••
1911 5 89 109 51&7 0,297 20,80 1 6170 3,37
1IJ'Tl '5 81 IJ4 .121 0 1 lOZ 19150 314 2 2940 •• u
1IJ'T3 5 5 87 9& ~.&o 0,308 17 ,•o 114 2 2710 .149
1974 5 5 94 94 4,CJ7 0 1 314 14 1 1JO 100 5 93. 15,92
11J75w 5 4 105 9& 4,41 0,320 u,zo 300 5 84ft 15,U

fTMIDF'U
19&& 32 48 uoo 1970 2,44 231!JCJ3 z,o:s 83 40 1l 9& 1,70
19&7 32 48 1400 20&0 2,32 24,133 1,98 8!! 45 lOU 1,8.
19&8
19&9
39
42 ,.n
55 1500
1&30
U10
2190
2,&1
2158
24,704
251307
2,24
2,23
8.81 45
45
llliJ
un
1,82
1,1&
1910 42 1790 2280 2114 25,942 z,o• 88 45 1184 1173
U11 47 57 1970 2390 2140 2•,•12 2,1!5 IJO 45 1213 1,n
1972 55 b4 UbO 2'51 0 2,55 27,113 2,35 92 50 1282 1,83
197!
1974
11J15
59
u
110
..,u
101
2350
2&60
. 2&70
2590
26fl0
2UO
2,52
2153
3183
2810l2
2&1771
U,!i!IJ
2132
2133
3,41
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1912 1 1 388 4!1 o,zo o,U9 1, •• 837 0 0 0
l9U 1 1 U'T !103 o,u 0~551 1,91 9tZ 0 0 0
1974 1 1 515 515 01.20 olsu 1,84 0 0 0
11J75 1 l ,64 516 o.-u 0 15n l,U
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28
TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

MILITARY GROSS NATION A L MILEX PEOPLE MILEX GNP ARMED MIL EX ARMED
EXPENDITURES PRODUCT
- - per per FORCES ARMED FORCES
IMILEXI I GNP) GNP CAPITA CAPITA FORCES per
Million doll an • Million dollars b Constant Constant Constant 1000
YEAR % Million dollars dollars thous dollars people
Current I Constant Current I Constant

FtNL.AND
19U 1!1 239 9!140 14!100 1,U 4,!181 !12,10 U&O 40 5975 e' n
UH 158 233 10100 14800 1,,8 4,60& !10,70 3220 40 '5825 8,&8
19118 181 2&4 10800 HI ZOO 1,14 4,62& ~7,00 :sz8o 40 &bOO 8,6!1
19&9 177 238 12!500 U700 1,42 4~U4 U 1 40 :Sb!O 40 59 50 8,6'5
1910 191 2,0 14200 18100 1,38 4,60& 54,40 3930 40 U!IO e,•8
1911 U4 212 U300 18!500 1 ~ 47 4,&12 '58,90 4020 40 6800 8,67
1912 26!1 309 11000 19800 la'JO 4,640 flft 1 !S 0 4210 40 172'5 8,62
1913 . 216 303 1CJ100 21000 1, 44 4,605 u,oo 4'500 40 7'575 e,s8
1914 303 303 21800 21800 1,59 4,682 64,80 4660 40 7575 8,54
191'5 348 319 23900 21800 1,46 4,702 .., • 70 4UO 40 797!5 8,51

,-IUNC!
19U n4o- 8'700 114000 173000 5,02 49,194 111,00 3520 580 1'5000 11, n
1901 U10 CJUO 124000 182000 ~.o:s 49,569 185,00 3670 595 1!3318 12,00
Uo8 6!510 9110 U'!IOOO 1''1000 4,80 49,932 184,00 3820 !ITO 10088 11,112
U6CJ 6410 uoo 1nooo zo•ooo 4~18 50.3'50 111,00 4080 570 15088 11,32
1970 1UO 9090 171000 218000 4,17 !10,784 1'19,00 4190 S70 15941 11,22
1911 1'580 CJ190 189000 229000 4.01 ~51.183 1 n,oo 44'70 56!! 162ft5 11,02
1912 8110 9!HO 210000 24'5000 3,1!9 !H • 7:5& 184,00 4130 560 16982 10,02
un 8870 91&0 233000 2'56000 :$,81 '!12,11:5 181,00 4900 5ft0 17429 10,13
lUll 94120 9CJ20 26&000 206000 3,13 U,577 sn,oo !!lObO '!180 11101 11,0J
1CJ75 11400 10400 !84000 260000 4,00 '52,876 191,00 4910 '57'5 18087 10,87

IUBON c
19&6 J IS 301 !!1118 1,38 0,4111 10,40 1100 4910 2,11
19&1 l '5 :S85 5U 1,26 0,418 9,12 1190 4&50 1,09
19ft8 3 4 408 '51'5 1,16 o,4n 8,96 1190 4330 2,01
19&9 !S b 419 &Ill 1,!12 0,488 u,oo 13!0 &340 z,os
1~10 1 §46 045 1,!51 o,us u,eo 1410 6820 2iO:S
1971
'
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uu 1 8 no 8!10 leU 0,'503 16,&0 1ft90 2 4105 :S,98
un
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29
TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION , AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

M ILITA R Y GROSS NATIONhL MILEX PEOPLE MILEX GNP A RMED MI L EX ARME D


EXP EN DITU R ES PROD UCT per per FOR CES ARMED FOR CES
(M ILE XI (G NP) GNP CAP IT A CAPITA FORCES per
dollars
a Million dollars b Constant Co nsta nt Constant 1000
Mill ion
Y EAR % Million dollars dollars t hous doll ars peo ple
Cu rrent Constant Cu rrent Constant

GERMA N DEM OCRATIC R!'P UB LIC


19bb 1'580 ~090 27800 42~00 11,058 12l, 00 2470 201 10398 11, 7e
19&7 1'510 2220 29500 41500 11,082 130,00 2550 201 11045 11,11
19&8 19&0 27b0 :52100 45200 11,084 1112,00 21150 201 13131 11,71
19!19 2140 2870 34400 4&200 11,01& 1&8,00 2710 201 14279 11,71
1970 2380 3030 311 00 47:500 11,010 178,00 2710 202 15000 11, 8J
e
1971 25&0 '51 no 39800 48300 17,0&1 182,00 2830 202 15347 11,84
1972 271> 0 3210 43200 50300 17,043 189,00 2950 202 15891 11,85
11~73 3100 3410 47300 52000 1&,980 201,00 3060 202 1&881 11,90
19'14 3430 ~430 54100 5U1 00 1&,925 203,00 noo 215 15953 12,70
19'15 3890 35110 60300 55200 16,885 211,00 3210 220 16182 1$,03

GER MANY, FEDERAL. REPUBLIC 0!"


19&& 1&20 11&00 185000 280000 4,13 59,215 195,00 4730 480 241 &1 8,11
19&7 8190 12100 190000 2!19000 4,32 59,3&5 203,00 4700 490 241194 8,25
19(1,8 1&00 10700 213000 300000 3 1 58 59,609 180,00 '!5030 490 218J7 8,22
~~~69 8610 11600 21.11000 3211000 J,57 &0,155 192,00 5J90 485 n9t8 8,06
1970 88&0 11300 269000 343000 3,29 &0,714 18&,00 5&50 510 22157 8,40
19'11 9720 11800 29 1000 353000 3,3'1 &1,2911 192,00 57&0 505 233&& 8,24
1972 10800 12&00 313000 3&5000 3,44 &1,&'12 204,00 !5910 505 24950 8,19
191l 12000 13200 349000 383000 3,411 &1,971 213,00 •uo 50'5 U139 8,15
19'74 13800 1'5800 384000 384000 5,58 &2,041 222,00 &190 505 27327 8,1 II
1975 111'100 131100 40&000 311000 3,&1 U,040 2~&,00 s••o 495 27071 '7,98

GHA NA
1911& 4& &9 201.10 :5090 !, ! II 7,'7&9 8,92 H8 30 2110 3,8&
1qb1 &~ 95 2150 3170 2,99 7,972 11,90 H8 30 3101 :S,H
19&8 &8 9& 2230 3140 :5,04 8,183 11,70 384 35 2111 4,28
19&9 &II 8& 21170 3320 2,58 8,405 10,20 395 35 2114& 4, u
19'10 55 10 2800 :5'510 1,9& 8,6:58 8,09 411 3!5 199'1 11,0!5
19'!'1 !54 && :'1100 n&o 1,75 8,884 1,110 11211 35 1880 1,94
1912 118 5& 3140 311&0 1,54 9,145 et,lb 400 40 1407 4,31
l'JU J8 1.11 31190 3840 1,0'!' 9,419 11,38 408 40 lOU 4. 2!1
19711 51 11000 4000 t.n .,70& !1,22 412 1t1119 J,61
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19ft& i!83 UCJ 8040 12ZOO 3,!52 8,1114 49,80 14!0 11!1 2451 20,32
19&7 11! '118 87110 12!900 4,2& 8, 71& 112 1 CJO 1480 170 ;5224 19,!0
1968 448 &12 91150 U8oo 4,19 8,141 '12,30 U1o 18!5 34111 21 1 16
l9b9 !128 '709 1 taOO 15100 4,70 8, 713 80,80 l'!'U 180 nn zo,n
19'!'0 '!I 'HI HO 12800 1UOO 41,&7 8,193 8&,40 18!0 180 4222 20,47
19'!'1 &113 804 14400 l'!'SOO "·'9 8,831 91,00 1980 180 44111 zo,u
19'12 U1 8!12 1UOO 19000 4,118 8,889 9!5,80 U410 180 4Ul u,n
19'!'3 no 8!!5 18&00 20400 4,04 8,929 92,40 ~l90 180 4$83 20,1&
19711 804 804 19800 19800 4,07 8,1JU n,1o 2210 180 IIIIU ao,o8
19'f5 1430 U10 22100 20800 &,so 9,005 14!!1,00 U10 191 un 21,21

30
TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

G ROSS NATI ONI.L M IL EX P EOPLE M ILEX GN P ARM EO MI L E X A R M EO


M ILITAR Y
PRO DUCT per per FO RCES A RM ED F O RCES
E XP EN D ITUR ES
IG NP) G NP CAP ITA CAPIT A FOR CES per
IMILE XI
8 Constant Co nsta nt Constant 1000
Million dollars M ill io n dollars b
% Mill ion dollars do ll ars t hous dollars peo pl e
YEA R
Current Co nsta nt Cu rre nt Co nstant

GUHE M4LA
196b 1Q !1 1270 1920 1108 111727 11138 IIOb q 2300 1190
19eT 15 22 1360 ii!OOO 1,09 4,8&5 4,11q 411 t0 2180 z,o&
19!!8 1!5 2? 1540 2170 1 •· 00 51001 4 1:51 434 11 1964 2,20
19b9 16 22 1690 2270 0,97 51135 4,26 441 10 2190 1,95
1970 30 38 1890 21100 1,58 5,270 7,20 456 13 2'15 2,47

1971 21 26 2090 2530 1102 5,414 4177 468 t3 198 5 2140


1972 2b 30 !340 2720 1• t 0 515611 15,35 488 14 2129 2,52
1911 23 25 2650 2920 0,85 5 1TZO 4,35 510 n 1915 2,27
1974 2'1 27 3110 3110 0, 88 5,881 4166 529 t:S 2108 2,21
1915 44 40 3470 3180 1126 6,04'1 &,60 525 13 301>9 2,15

GUINE:A
19bl» 14 21 320 485 J1
Ci 1 J,b35 5,75 133 q 2322 2148
1967 15 22 337 496 4,34 1,702 5,82 134 8 2688 2116
1968 15 22 364 512 4,22 3, 772 5173 136 q 2400 2,39
19&9 16 22 190 523 u, 13 3,847 6 1&2 136 9 2400 2,34
19'10 21 26 U24 540 4183 3192'5 6,611 118 9 z•oo 2,U

1971 21 25 455 5'51 4,58 11,007 &1 29 138 9 2800 2,25


19'12 19 23 488 '568 3,97 4,094 5,51 119 17 j 1:524 4,15
1973 19 21 531 584 31'57 11,184 4,98 140 17 1224 4,0&
U'74 20 20 6Z3 U3 3,20 41280 4,6& 145 17 1171 3197
197'5 21 19 723 bb2 2,89 4,379 4136 151 7 ii!7il9 1,oo

GUINEh8ISSAU
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GUYANA
1966 4 b 201 11'1 1a91 o;u5 9158 1181 2 3090 3,10
1961 5 1 224 129 2,211 o,o59 11,20 soo 1 2457 4,55
19&8 2 3 229 123 0,9& o,u:s 11159 '180 J 1030 4 1 1141
19&9 l l 2b2 351 0 1 CJ8 o;oe8 5,02 510 :s 1150 ll,lb
1970 II 5 292 l'12 1 iJT 0 1 101 7123 529 II 1270 5,&9

1911 '!! 321 189 1,1& 0,119 &,so 541 4 1133 s,so
1972 "4 5 l!T
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1974 .,
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1 1113 4113 1.n 0~1&9 9,28 5$7 4 1783 1,20
1'75 11 10 '175 us !,21 0,18& 12,20 553 2 4810 2,54

31
TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

GROSS NATIO NI, L MIL EX PEOPLE MILE X GN P ARM ED MIL EX ARMEO


MILITAR Y
EX PENDITURES PRODUCT
- - per per FO RCES
- -
ARM EO FORCES
IMILE Xl IG NPI GN P CAPIT A CAP ITA FORCES per
M i ll ion dollars a Mill ion doll ars b Consta nt Constant Cons\ant 1000
YEAR % Mill ion dollars dollars thous dollars people
Current I Constant Cu rre n t I Co nstant

I.UlTI k
19&& 1 t1 3'17 ~72 1 1 'n ~.271 2,58 13U 10 1100 2 1 3U
19~)7 1 11 381 561 1,96 4,J50 !,52 1~9 n 8~& 2.99
19&8 8 11 ~10 578 1o9& 4 1 U25 2,56 131 12 uz z,11
19&9 8 11 447 &00 1,86 ~.soz z.~a 133 12 933 2,b7
1970 9 12 U13 603 1,91 ~.sao l 1 51 132 12 958 2,&2
1911 11 1~ 530 &43 2.12 4,b61 2,92 138 12 1153 !,57
12 '5'37 &48 2.18 ~.751 2,98 13b 12 1175 2,53
·~
11JT2
19H 10 11 '576 634 1, 73 ~.847 2,27 131 12 917 2,48
197~ 9 9 709 709 1,31 ~.9~9 1,88 1~3 61 1553 1,21
1915 9 9 774 708 1,20 5,05~ 1,68 140 6 1418 1. 19

HONOUR A~
19&6 b 9 U66 707 l,H 2,355 3,96 300 5 18b& 2,12
1CJ&7 1 10 502 739 1, 33 2,~36 41,0'3 303 5 1972 2,05
1968 6 9 557 785 1,09 2,520 3,~o 312 5 1712 1,98
1969 1l 18 595 799 2.2~ 2,607 6,82 307 6 2967 2,30
1970 7 8 649 827 1o02 2,697 3,12 JOb 6 1403 2,22
1971 q 11 705 85~ 1,32 2, 791 ~.o:s 30& 8 1UOO 2,87
1972 12 1~ 7b1 886 1,&0 2,889 il,90 307 12 1175 4,15
19H til 1~ 8U7 932 1,~6 2,992 4,55 312 12 1133 4,01
197~ 13 13 955 IJ55 1,37 3,098 4,21 308 10 1300 3,23
1975 18 17 1020 937 1,78 3,209 5,19 292 12 D83 :S,74

HUNGARY
19bb &1U 1020 11700 17100 10,185 100,00 1740 156 6538 15,12
1967 &74 993 12'7'00 18700 10,223 97,10 1830 156 6365 15,26
19&8 743 t050 13500 19000 10,26~ 102,00 1850 14& 7192 1~,22
19&9 82/J tltO 11J600 19& 00 10,303 10,7 ,oo 1900 146 ao3 11J,17
1970 969 1230 15100 1CJ3 00 10,H8 119,00 1870 11J6 81125 11.1,12
e
1971 1030 1250 1&700 20300 10,3&8 120,00 19&0 1~& 8562 11.1,06
1972 107() 1250 17900 20800 10,398 uo,oo zooo 14& 6562 141,04
1971 1150 1270 191.100 21300 10,1J32 121,00 20~0 140 9071 n,uz
1914 1:\20 1320 22&00 22600 10,413 12&,00 2160 125 105&0 11,9~
1975 11J20 1JOO 25500 233 00 10,5411 123,00 Ut 0 118 11017 11,19

tCEI.A ND
19&& 0 0 707 1070 0 0,19& 0 5il10 0 0 0
19&7 0 0 714 10'!10 0 0,199 0 !280 0 0 0
19&8 0 0 701 988 0 0,201 0 ~920 0 0 0
19&9 0 0 762 1020 0 o,Z03 0 !i040 0 0 0
1970 0 0 8~8 1080 0 0,2041 0 5300 0 0 0

1"' 1 0 0 982 1190 0 0,206 0 5780 0 0 0


1972 0 0 1080 1260 0 0,209 0 6010 0 0 0
1913 0 0 1210 1330 0 0 1 l12 0 6280 0 0 0
1974 0 0 1370 U10 0 0,21' 0 6390 0 0 0
1975 0 0 11.190 1370 0 0,218 0 U10 0 0 0

32
TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

MILE X ARM EO
MILITARY
EXPENDITURES
GROSS NATIONhL
PRODUCT
MILEX
- - PEOPLE MILEX
per
GNP
per
ARM EO
FORCES
- -
ARMED FORCES
(MILEXI (GNP) GNP CAPITA CAPITA FORCES per
a
Million dollars Million dollars b Constant Constant Constant 1000
YEAR % Million dollars dollars thous dollars people
Current I Constant Current I Constant

INDU
1~&6 11110 21110 42&00 &11&00 313,1 502,722 4,25 128 1400 1!29 l,18
1~&'7 1420 2100 111200 &9'500 l,nz 513,135 4,06 135 11120 111'19 2,'7&
19&8 1&00 22'50 51200 12200 3,12 525,215 4,28 13'7 1480 1520 2,82
19&9 1120 BOO snoo 1&90 0 3,00 531,183 4,29 143 1110 1!l23 2,81
1•10 1•1o zno 63700 81200 2,99 549,814 11,42 1118 1550 15&8 2,82
19'1'1 2450 29&0 &8800 83400 3,!& 5&2,103 5,21 148 15&0 1891 2,18
1912 2510 2930 11000 82100 :5,511 5'1'li 1 4U 5,09 1411 15~0 1841 2,71
UT3 2290 2520 11900 85700 !,95 587,221 11,30 146 1&20 1556 2,76
19111 2&00 Z&OO 8&000 8&000 '5,03 &00,38& 4,14 143 16!0 1&05 l,10
1915 3310 l030 99100 ~1200 S,32 &13,951 4,94 1119 1&10 18111 2,12

lNOON!S!A c
19&& 9& 14& 8890 13500 1,19 1 tl,&18 1,19 119 34& 422 1,05
19&1 21~ 323 9280 13100 !,51 11&,284 2,77 118 147 ~11 2,98
1~&8 301 425 10800 1'!1UO 3,05 11',02'5 1,51 127 348 1221 2,92
1~&q 35& 478 12100 1&200 3,22 121,807 1,92 133 3!18 1H5 2,94
1910 410 522 13700 111100 J,27 1211,578 4,19 140 356 1458 l,81
11f71 liTIJ 581 14900 18000 3i4& 127,149 4,5& 1112 358 1621 2,81
1912 545 &35 U500 19200 3,41 t:SO 1 237 4,88 148 3'56 1184 2,73
191l '535 '588 1UOO 21300 z,e8 13l,201 4,42 uo 310 1897 2,33
19'7'4 109 709 22"300 22500 3.t5 13&,259 5,20 165 210 262& 1,1J8
1975 10'50 964 25100 23000 4,20 139,421 &,'H~ 1&5 260 1708 1,8&

HUN c
1~6& 43& 6U 12100 18100 5,58 2.,.810 24~70 684 210 3152 7,81
1961 61'S 903 13800 201100 &,85 27,600 lil 1 70 138 iHO 4300 7~61
19~8 112 1090 16000 ~2,00 7,1141 ~8,4111 :58,30 H3 uo 5190 71 H
1·~9 98~ 13!0 18200 24500 8,2& 29,242 45,10 837 225 un 7,69
1970 11&0 14'7'0 21400 n:soo 8,!1 30 1 0C'f~ 48,90 90b 245 &000 8,14
1971 uzo 19'10 24700 JOOOO 9,51 10,.980 &J 1 4o 9&8 255 11a'5 e,u
1972 2140 2500 29100 J3800 10,60 31,900 78,20 10bil !65 94)4 8,11
nn 2100 !970 34900 38400 .,60 3Z,858 90,40 1170 285 101121 8,67
1974 5970 !970 44000 44000 n,6o 33,8!59 u•.oo llOO ~10 19258 9 ,1&
1975 71&0 711)0 52100 47100 14,90 34,903 201,00 1370 385 18442 11,01

liUQ c
19&b 258 391 4120 U40 9,81 8. 235 47,50 1!18 ~0 4344 10,93
U&7 !57 318 4220 b210 9,'59 8,!506 44,50 130 90 4200 10,!58
19&8 351 495 4UO u~o 11,110 8~,788 5•,30 780 •o 5500 10,24
19b9 458 &U 5250 7040 13,80 9,07' 61,70 11& •o 6833 9,1Jl
U10 411 600 5800 H9o u,eo 9,181 64,00 788 9'5 &316 10~13
uu 510 &18 6110 1480 1!,1 0 9,&94 u,8o 172 105 5886 10,83
197! 506 58tf 74JO 8640 l0,$0 10,018 '!8,80 8&3 10'! 5&10 10,48
1•n 713 16! 9830 10800 10,70 10,3,41 75,80 1040 105 141& 10,14
1974 2990 !990 uooo uooo n,oo 10,701 zn,oo 1210 110 21182 10,Z8
11J15 1850 1&90 12400 11400 14,80 11,060 153,00 1030 155' 10901 14,01

33

TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES


BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

MILITAR Y GROSS NAT ION A L MI L EX PEOPLE M I L EX GNP ARMED MI LEX AR M ED


EXPENDITUR ES PRODUCT per per FOR CES ARMED FORCES
IM ILEX) I GNP) GNP CAP ITA CAPI T A FORCES per
8
Million dollars Million dollars b Constant Co nstant Constant 1000
Y EAR % Mil lion d olla rs doll ars thous d oll ars peo ple
Cu rrent Co nsta nt Current Co nstan t

l REI. 4 NO
19bb 113 &5 31'~0 48110 1, 311 2,8811 22,50 U8o 8 8100 i, 71
19(17 111 60 311&0 5090 1e18 Z1 899 20,80 11&0 8 7558 2,h
19&8 1111 b2 3890 !51180 1.12 1.910 21.20 1880 A 1700 2,75
19(19 lib u 113110 5830 1,0& 2~921 21,10 2000 8 1725 l,14
1970 50 till 4100 §990 1 1 01 2,91111 21,80 2030 8 8025 2,72
1911
1912 ,,
b1 13
11
5100
55&0
&180
61110
1 1 19
1,19
2.978
3._0111
211.&0
25,50
2080
2150
9
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3,02
a.99
191l
19111
11J15
82
911
102
90
911
93
&190
6820
71110
&810
&820
6180
1,32
1,37
l, 31
3,051
3.086
3 ~ 109
29,110
30,30
29,90
2230
2210
2180
10
11
11
8980
UOIJ
84115
,,,.
1,28
3,511

lSRAE:L. c
19&6 282 1128 3320 5030 10 1 1JO 2 1 631 16).00 1'10 &5 &!585 211,71
1967 452 &&o 31190 51110 16,60 2,712 2116,00 1900 1! 8880 17 1 U
llf68 591 en 111'10 5880 lA ,1 0 2.813 29~,00 2090 95 8'1&8 33,71
19&9 8211 1110 11960 bb60 21,30 ~.891 383,00 lJOO 100 11100 34.59
19TO 1150 11110 56&0 7220 21> 1 00 i ,91.8 1192,00 21120 105 14000 35,211
1971 1320 11100 &'5&0 TIJbO 211 1 00 5,078 su,oo 2580 130 12J08 112.211
1912 1380 1&10 7&60 8910 20,&0 1.uo 506 1 00 2800 uo 1U1!5 110,88
uu 3380 3120 8550 9400 41~00 :5,2711 1130,00 2810 uo 28615 H,U
1914 3070 3010 10000 10000 30,50 hlo& 911,00 neo 1b0 19188 117,5:'5
1975 lltbO 3800 11000 10100 311,&0 3,1131 1110,00 29110 190 20000 !55,28

ITAI.V
19U 1!300 31180 b8100 103000 3,37 sz : :n2 &&,50 1970 1135 8000 8,31
t9tt7 2320 31120 711900 110000 J,10 52,&67 65,00 2100 11:'50 7953 8,1&
1968 21170 31180 83300 117000 2,91 52,981 115,80 2220 1110 8093 8~12
19&9 2510 n1o 92500 1211000 2,71 !S3,317 63,10 2HO 43§ 7147 1,16
u7o 2140 3490 102000 130000 2,&8 53,&&1 65,00 2430 43!!1 eon e,u
1971 3190 38&0 109000 lJ2000 2,92 511,005 11,50 21150 435 8874 a,os
19U lbbO lli!&O l 11000 13&000 3,12 !41~3411 18,30 2!11 0 510 8353 19,38
1973 3890 11280 132000 1115000 2,195 511,888 77 ,•o 2&110 szo BtU 9~4.,
1914 11390 IIHO 149000 1119000 Z~l93 55~389 79,20 2700 500 8180 19,03
1915 411110 110&0 158000 1114000 2,82 55,841!!1 u, 10 2!580 !100 8120 8,195

IVORY COA8T
19&&
th1
16
11
24
25
1190
U!SO
1520
1810
18410
2140
1,50
1 e, 3!S
1,27
J~923
11,01!1
11,110
s,u
&,11
6,51
4&0
458
s:to

5
1
nu 1,SJ
119&0 1,25
Ul'f' 1,70
19&8 19 21
19&19 20 lb 1680 noo ltl'T 4~209 6,28 n• 5 5210 1,19
11910
19T1
23
32
219
H
uoo
2120
uso
2510
1~119

1,n
11,;111
lli411
bi72
11189
!SU
582

6
4833 s,SI9
65!50 1, Sit
1'12
19U
111
31
118
34
2360
2&80
21!10
neo
1 1 111
1~ t b·
4 ., '521
11,641
10,&0
T"1 3!5
ftOT
6S!I •.,
b
1•n
5&83
1,33
1,29
119111 lit 41 21990 29190 1,38 4~1'519 a,u 628 sea• 1,4'1
119TI n 118 n1o )210 1;'!0 41,1180 19,89 .,8 1 41900 1,43

34
TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION , AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

M I LI T A R Y GR OSS NATIONA L MI LEX PEOPLE MIL EX GNP AR ME D M ILE X AR ME D


EXPENDITURES PRODUCT
- - per pe r FORC ES ARMED FORCES
IMILEX) I GNP) GNP CAPITA CAPI T A FOR CES per
8
M illio n doll ars Mill ion dollars b Consta nt Constant Co nstant 1000
YEAR % Mill ion d ollars doll ars thous doll ars peo p le
Curren t I Co nstant Curren t T Co ns ta nt

JAMAICA
19&& 5 8 1090 1&60 0,49 1, 780 4,'5e 9U 8110 0,!56
19b'r b 8 1180 1740 0,49 1,801 4,71 964 8490 o,se
19&8 b 9 12'0 litO 0,50 1,822 1.1,97 9CJe 9050 0,55
19&9
1970 .,
6 8
1-()
11.130
t'TOO
1920
!110
0,1.10
0,'1.14
1,81.14
1,8&9
1.1,11
5,10
101.10
1160
7580
951.10
0,51.1
o,Sll
1911 9 11 1100 2180 0,50 1,901 5,1'J 1150 /.lffi 2725 2,10
19U to 12 2110 !1.16 0 0,47 1,932 5,99 1i70 noo 2,0T
191'$ 15 1'r 2180 24~0 0,71 t,97e 8,58 1210 "4 1.1250 2,02
1974 1'3 15 2420 2420 o,u 2,020 7,&2 uoo 3850 1,98
1975 1& 15 2580 2360 0,62 2,065 7,11 111.10 "1 11.1700 0,1.18

JAPAN d
19&& 1410 i!UO 1'50000 227000 0,91.1 CJ•.no 21,1.10 2280 227 9383 2,27
i9&7 151.10 22&0 174000 257000 0,88 100.830 22,1.10 2~40 2S1 9184 1~29
1'&8 1110 24"0 20&000 291000 0,84 101 ~ 960 23,90 28'30 23'3 10383 2,30
19&9 2000 2&80 240000 322000 o,n 103,170 2&,00 3120 236 1135& 2~29
1970 231.10 2980 281000 35'7000 0,83 101.1,31.10 28,(»0 3430 au 12U'1 2,2&
19'11 2'750 33UO 31&000 381.1000 0,87 105 , &00 31.60 3630 a:u 14214 z,;u
un 3210 3730 3(»0000 419000 0,89 10#1,958 34,90 J910 233 1&009 z,te
1973 '3'!190 'SCJSO 418000 4&00 00 0,8& 108,346 3&,40 4240 Z33 1e9U 2,15
1911.1 4210 4210 454000 454000 0,93 109,677 38,30 4140 237 17764 2,1ft
1915 l.l'r80 4380 507000 404000 0,94 110,944 39,!10 1.1180 217 18481 2. 11.1

JORDAN
19ee 70 10& 671 1030 10,30 1,952 . 54.30 5i!b 50 2120 zs,et
19&7 88 t29 '7118 1100 11,80 2,016 e1.1,2o 54& bO 2150 n,u
lCJU 1311 189 1St lObO 11 ,eo 2 1 084 90,.0 508 55 31.13& 2&,39
19&9 154 201 806 1UO 1'T,80 a,ts" 9!5,90 540 60 3450 21,h
1910 121 U4 eu 1040 14,90 2,' 2215 ft9i10 4.5 10 2200 !1,412

19'r1 U!l 151 8'73 tOfiO 14,U 2,30& &5,50 '1§9 n uu 28,1'
1'72 140 1U 935 1090 1'Ja00 2,187 u,zo I.IU 10 2329 l9i:U
191J 11.13 U'T 991 1090 14,'10 11,'111 &1,60 441 10 2241 28,lt
1974 w 139 139 11'70 1110 11,90 a.ut 511,20 I.IU 10 1986 27,33
1975 w 144 132 tHO 12'70 10 ~ 40 a.es4 49,80 480 60 2200 Z2,et

K!N't'A
1966 11 11 t 110 1'71 0 o,n 10,071 1,64 110 17 971 1,09
19&7 1'5 22 UlO 1710 1 ~21 10,389 a,os lU 16 U50 1,"'
19U u 24 13'50 1910 1,211 10~'719 2,28 118 8 $090 o,n
U69 1& za 1540 20110 t,o• 11~oe! 1,9'7 181
.,
1 lll4 o,u
U70 1'r u 1'700 2160 1,01 11, '133 1,CJZ 189 JUt o,6t
19'rl 20 24 1910 a) 50 1,01 11,824 a,oo us .,., 3l86 o,,.
1912 u u 2110 u•o 1,Sl 12i235 2,64 201 4U4 o,n
un n n ZJ\!50 nto 1 1 50 u,•u J,O& 204 8 4850 o,u
11J14
un
'10
!1
40
111
2760
3060
2'760
1800
1,'14
1,61
13,12!5
u,e01
1,03
3,43
210
201 •
9
4412
!5189
o,u·
0~06

35
TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

MILITARY GROSS NATIONAL MIL EX PEOPLE MILEX GNP ARMED MILEX ARMED
EXPENDITURES PRODUCT per per FORCES ARMED FORCES
(MILEXI (GNP) GNP CAPITA CAPITA FORCES per
a
Million dollars Million dollars b Constant Constant Constant 1000
YEAR % Million dollars dollars t hous d o ll a rs people
Current Consta nt Curren t Constant

KHMER R€PUB~ICCSEf CAMBOOU)

KOREA, t<~ORTH d
19&& 350 511 2900 11400 12.10 12,59& 42,10 349 381 138& 30,41
19&'7 /J10 &92 3000 4420 1!1,'70 12,978 !13,40 341 383 1807 29,51
19&8 &10 8&0 3500 4 9',5 0 11,110 13,369 &4,30 3119 410 20911 30,11'7
19&9 111'5 8l6 11000 5370 15,40 13~770 59,90 390 410 2015 29,71
1970 700 au 11500 n:so 15,&0 14,185 &Z,90 404 tl38 2037 30,88
1971 750 909 4900 591.10 15,30 14 1 bU lli! 1 i!O 406 1150 2020 30,19
1912 500 582 5300 6170 9,1J3 15,060 38,70 410 11&0 uu 30,54
1913 62'5 688 5700 6270 11,00 15.5211 114,30 404 4'70 1464 30,28
1974 700 'TOO &500 &500 10,80 1&,005 43,70 406 470 1489 29,17
1975 w 7211 667 1000 61100 10,110 1&,507 110,40 388 470 1419 28,47

KOR~A, REPUB~IC Of d
1116& 1911 294 111150 7510 3,92 i!9,510 9,98 l~ll '572 514 19,3!1
196'7 214 315 5490 8090 3,90 30,~09 10,40 2U 612 515 20,26
t«J&8 260 367 &11&0 9110 11,03 30,925 11,90 295 620 592 20,05
1969 3ta 419 71110 10500 ti,OO 31,652 13,20 H1 &20 67& 19,59
1970 3tltl 438 88'70 11300 3,8'7 32,Hil 13,50 3119 645 6'79 1",111
1471 459 557 10200 12300 4,51 33,140 16,80 3'72 U8 !113 111 1 U
1972 533 621 11300 13i!OO tl,10 33.895 18,30 389 635 9'78 18173
1913 51l2 596 14000 15400 3,88 34,663 17,20 444 634 940 18,2q
19741 '751 757 16100 1&700 4,53 35,4tl5 21,110 471 6311 11911 1'7,89
1975 991 907 19600 17900 5,06 3&.2115 25.00 t19S &30 14£10 11,38

KUWAIT c
1q6& 40 &1 2940 4tl50 1,91 o,szz 11&,00 8530 8 '7'5&3 15,33
196'7 &6 9'7 :suo onao 2,11'7 0~57l 169,00 9300 II 12088 13,99
1968 76 107 3&40 5110 3,03 O,U7 170,00 8190 tO 10700 15~95
19b9 8'1 117 4:!10 !!b80 3,06 0,&87 170,00 82'70 10 11700 14,5&
1970 88 112 11350 5'!140 3,06 0,'750 1'50,00 7390 10 11200 13,33
1971 101 130 '!1090 &170 2,81 o, 79& 163,00 7150 ttl 9211& 17,59
1972 11'!1 134 5710 &'720 2e,67 0~!14tl 15q,oo 79&0 14 9511 1&,~9
191l 134 1118 &'740 7UO 2,!0 0,895 1&5,00 8290 14 1 05'71 15,&4
19T4 143 1113 10900 10900 1,31 0~949 150,00 llSOO 15 9533 1'!1,81
1975 235 215 11000 10100 2.15 1,00'7 213,00 10000 n 8•oo 24 1 U

~AOS n
19&& 17 !5 114 1141 14,110 2 ~ fl99 9,2'5 b4 93 269 l4,41&
1967 18 2& 131 193 13a60 Z,'TU 9,541 10 &2 tllb 22,42
19&8 18 2& 145 20'5 t2;6o 2,835 9.11 72 u til& 21,81
19&9 11t 2ft 1!18 21i! 1!,1 0 2~908 8,8tl 73 '5q Ill& 20,29
1970 19 24 1711 222 10,90 l,9U a ,t'!l 75 &2 392 l0,19

U71 20 Z5 191 2:51 10,70 3,060 8,08 7& 12 343 U 1 '53


1972 18 21 206 Z40 8,89 l,ttl2 &,80 76 79 271 25,14
un t«J 21 aa l3'T 8,92 3,21& 6,5& 74 11 299 u,o1
1'14 18 18 241 241 7,5& 3,:513 5,51 73 &0 . 303 18al1
1915 w 19 18 2U 2111 7,U 1,402 !,14 11 4& 380 13,52

36
~ TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
I BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

MILITAR Y GROSS NATIONA L MIL EX PE OP L E MIL EX GNP ARM EO M ILEX AR M EO


EXPENDITURES PRODUCT
- - per per FOR CES ARMED FORCES
(MILE X I (G NP) GN P CAPITA CAPI T A FOR CES per
a Constant Consta nt Consta nt 1000
Mill ion doll ars M illion dollars b
YEAR % M ill ion dollars doll ars thous dollars peo ple
Current I Co nsta nt Cu rre nt I Co nstant

LEBANON
19&& )9 60 1490 2260 2,65 Z1 085 28,70 1080 19 1147 9,11
1CJ&'7 6. 1460 2160 3,08 21145 30,90 1000 19 3489 8,86
1968 "'5449 10 1720 2430 2187 !,206 31,&0 1100 19 36.3 8~&1
1969
1970 57
'3
13
1840
2070
1!480
2640
2a94
2,75
212&8
2.:no
H,to
31,10
1090
1UO
19
19
3812
381b
8138
8,15


I
t
1971
1972
1•n
1974 W
60
&b
75
124
1&
8Z
124
13 2180
2780
3080
:suo
2890
3240
:sno
:suo
2,54
213&
21n
3,41
z,n4
21459
21542
21§89
30160
31,00
32130
48100
1210
1320
1330
1400
20
u
20
25
36b5
3815
41110
4960
813'5
8,U
7187
9,&6
1975 w 136 125 3970 3640 3,43 2,&'!56 U7 ,oo 1170 20 6250 1,~3

LUOT~O
1'66
1'67
1968
I I I
0
0
I I I
0
0
,
I I I

82
I t I
113
11&
It I
0
0
o,8n
0,893
I I t I I I
0
0
I I I
129
130
I I I
0
I I I
0
0
I I I
0
0
0
19&9 0 0 88 1 1CJ 0 0,913 0 131 0 0 0
i'TO 0 0 97 till 0 o,9H 0 133 0 0 0
1971 0 0 104 12& 0 0,953 0 liZ 0 0 0
1'72 0 0 115 134 0 0 1 913 0 1'58 0 0 0
19U 0 0 133 1IHI 0 01994 0 147 0 0 0
1974 0 0 167 1b7 0 1,01b 0 1&4 1 0 0,98
t 1•n 0 0 z1f• 198 0 11038 0 190 1 0 0,96

LIB!RU
19&6 2 3 117 Z68 11 09 11190 !,46 2!'! 4 133 3136
1967 2 3 ue 2'2 11.1'9 11226 2 1 82 238 4 86! 3126
1968 2 3 219 308 11cs 112&3 2175 244 5 69& 3196
19&9 3 4 l48 Sl3 1,27 t. ;10! l 1U a55 s 848 )184
1970 II 5 290 H9 1,39 1 1 342 :5 182 Z75 10h :s,n
1971 !J 6 H1 4H 1149 11384
' U94
1972
1973
4
3
4
II
380
411
II 'IS
4!52
la01
0184
111428
1,1113
4,61
JIU
2158
313
l10
307
'
b
&
742
632
3,111
11,20
4107
1974 4 4 488 488 0178 11519 2150 321 6 633
U7'5 4 5U 517 016'J 1,!167 i!,l4 330 558 ' . 9!1
3 b 3183

LIBYA c
l9bfl 14 52 36i!O 5'500 1,79 1,b84 30,90 3a6o 20 2605 11,88
l9b7 31 55 111i!O 60b0 1111 11752 31,110 34b0 20 2755 11142
19b8 lib 6!5 5370 '7560 1,61 118!5 SS,30 11140 30 o 2150 16,44
19b9 10 94 6480 8700 2101 1,903 n,:so 11570 n 3151 U 1 14
u,.o 109 13' 6810 8UO 3,03 1,984 10120 4380 18 77Z2. 9,01

1911 U!l 164 B10 8810 a,u 21010 79130 4280 19 8&)2 9,18
19U Ul 1§5 7480 8710 2,61 Z,U9 12100 4030 20 11'50 9126
19n 189 208 8500 93'50 3,o'!! 21250 92,50 4150 20 10400 8 1 89
1~74 :sn :sn · 11000 11000 3,51 a,·l41 1U 100 4710 25 15480 10168
191!5' 201 184 10600 9'700 1111 2 1 411 151ft0 3980 25 n&o 10,26

37
TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

MILITAR Y GROSS NAT ION A L M ILE X PEOPLE M I L EX GNP ARMED MILEX AR M ED


EXPENDITURES PRODUCT pe r per FOR CES ARMED FORCES
(M ILEXI (GNP) GN P CAP IT A CAPITA FORCES per
8
Mill ion doll ars M i llion dolla rs b Constant Constant Cons ta nt 1000
Y EAR % Mill ion d o ll ars dolla rs thous doll ars people
Cu rrent Co nstant Curre nt Co nsta nt

I.UXEMB OU RG
19U 111 22 " 1010 l'HO 1141 01334 &4130 4'580 2 10750 5,99
1967 12 18 10140 15:'10 1 •. us 0 1H5 5i,TO UTO 2 8800 5,97
19&8 11 15 1140 1610 0,95 0 13Je · 45,70 4800 1 15300 2198
19&9 11 15 1290 1130 0,86 01337 44,20 !i140 1 14900 a,97
1970 11 14 11110 1800 0178 0,339 41,40 SlOtt 1 14000 2195
1911 12 15 1500 1820 o,81 0,3112 43120 5310 14800 21CJ2
1972 14 16 1640 1910 0,85 01.347 46,90 5500 16300 2188
1913 1& 17 1840 2030 01811 01350 48,70 '5HO 17100 Z1 8&
1974 18 18 21l0 21:50 018fl 0,155 51130 5990 18200 2,82
1915 23 21 2140 1960 1,05 01358 57 160 '5480 22sn 2,51

MADAGASCAR
1966 12 18 132 1110 1,63 &,200 2 1 1H 119 8 22&2 1,it9
19&7 13 19 795 1170 1,&~ &,3u :s,oz 18S 9 2122 1,42
19&8 14 20 88B 1250 1,&2 &,468 31 1:5 194 9 2244 t,n
19&9 15 20 96T 1300 1. !!T &,&01 l 1 08 19& 9 22&7 11:1&
1970 15 19 10&0 U50 1,43 &,750 2,8& 200
• iUU 1,31
1971 16 20 11!50 1400 1,40 &~,896 2,81 ZOJ 8 21.138 1,1&
1972 17 19 1180 1310 1140 7,04& 2, 7J 194 8 2400 1114
1973 21 l!3 !'SOO 1430 1,58 71200 3,13 148 8 282'5 l 1 11
19'74 22 22 1510 1510 1146 7 ,l§7 1 1 00 ZOo 11 2009 1,'50
1975 28 25 1&50 1510 1,&1 71518 3136 201 1l 1946 l,'fl

MALA WI
19&& 1 2 231 350 0145 4,029 o.:s• !11 4 H8 0,99
1967 1 2&2 38& 0,53 11,1U 0,50 4 5U 01'97
1968
1969
l
2
2
2
2
nt
334
410
4/.18
0,130
0,46
41Z30
11,333
0,49
0,117
'"
97
103
4
5
S18
410
o 1 95
1115
1970 2 2 357 455 01115 11,ne o,"o 102 4 5U o,CJo
1971 2 2 434 521 0142 a,sn 0,"9 11& 4 553 0,88
1912 a 3 499 581 0143 4,o&o 0,54 125 028 0186
1913
19'7'4
4
/j
4
II
57&
ooCJ
&34
6&9
0101
0,&&
41791
11,900
0,81
0,90
lU
137
"
!!
5
7111
882
1104
l, oz
1975 5 13 7118 &84 0,&6 5,012 0,90 lJ6 5 90& 1,oo

MAL.AYSU
19&6 tB 201 52&0 119!50 4,06 CJ, 134 20 1 ?0 508 35 1743 111.!0
1967 132 194 35110 5210 1,72 • 199T uluo !IU 40 uno 4100
19&8 111 184 3990 5650 3,28 10;26& 18,00 548 116 4000 4,48
19&9 131 11& 43110 5820 :s,oa 10,'J43 U,To 552 116 S826 ~~~· h
1970 163 207 4860 6UO 3135 10,821 1'~.10 STl 58 S5 .. !I,J&

19'71 190 211 '5480 &&40 !,48 11,119 ao,eo 597 u 3Uft 5,58
19'7'! 3011 354 ftOOO 6980 5,0'7' 111419 51,00 612 &9 suo &,ou
19U 308 JJq 7000 1TOO 4,40 1111~'7' 28,90 U& 10 48113 !1,97
19'7'4
19'75
J91
su "''
471
8180
IJ400
8180
8600
11,85
5,48
lZ~OU
U 1 l&8
32190
n,to
on
U5 .,.
1IJ sus •• u
un &,111

38
TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR-Continued

MIL EX GNP MIL EX ARM EO


MILITARY
EXPENDITURES
GROSS NATION h L
PRODUCT -- PE OPLE MILEX
pe r per
ARM EO
FORCE S
- -
ARMED FORCES
(MILEX) (GNP) GNP CAPITA CAPITA FORCES per
a
Million dollars Milli o n dollars b Constan t Co nstant Constant 1000
YEAR % Mi lli on d oll ars dolla rs th ous d o ll ars people
Cu rren t I Constant Curre nt I Constant

MALI p
196& b 9 <!54 :§55 2,44 4,o12 2,04 84 1 1341 1. sz
19&7 1 10 210 197 2,41 4,710 2,03 84 5 191o 1,0&
19&8 b 8 291 411 2,00 4,811 1,71 85 1 117& 1,45
19&9 1 9 303 40& 2,19 4,91& 1,61 83 7 1273 1,42
1970 6 10 JH U2 z,a7 5,025 1,95 eo 8 1226 1,5.
i971 8 10 Jbb 444 a,H 5,138 1,98 6b 8 1275 1,5&
1972 10 11 403 470 2,41 5,255 <!,15 89 8 1413 1,52
1973 10 11 405 446 2,5& 5,17& 2,12 n 8 1425 1,49
1974 1t 11 437 1,1:§7 2,48 5,501 1,97 19 8 1350 1~45
197'3 14 13 549 502 2,50 5,629 2,23 89 8 1575 1,42

MALTA
19&6 0 0 129 195 0 0~317 0 &15 1 0 3,15
19&7 0 0 142 208 0 0,319 0 &!!" 2 0 &,2'1
1968 0 0 1&3 230 0 0,319 0 721 2 0 0127
19&9 0 0 184 247 0 0,323 0 hb 2 0 o 1 19
1910 1 1 218 278 o,a9 0,32& 2,50 852 3 272 9,20
1911 1 1 235 284 0,47 0,325 4,1& 875 2 us &,15
1912 1 2 213 :518 o,s2 0,319 5,15 99& 2 820 b,l1
1913 t 2 312 3"3 0,4fl 0 .· ~!2 4,95 1070 ?. 795 &,21
1974 2 2 175 115 0,41 0 ,3Z3 4,82 11&0 (lq )90 ta,l8
19'r!l 2 2 435 398 0,43 0,120 5,33 1240 J 570 9,}8

MAURITANIA
19&6 l! 3 155 ~15 1,35 1,on 3,05 2l6 2 1585 1,92
1961 2 l 1&8 244 1,40 1,058 3,U 230 2 1710 1,89
1h8 3 181 <!54 1,45 11078 3,42 236 1845 1,86
1CJ&9
1970
J
3
"44 19b
227
2b4
21JO
1,117
1,1.11
1 •· 099
1 1 Ut
:s,et
l,f>)
240
258
2
3
3
1287
1!51
2,13
a,•8
1971 3 II ill& !So 1,47 1,143 :s,o7 2!50 3 1400 2,fl!
1972 !J 0 230 2&7 2,14 1,1oo 11190 229 3 1903 2,57
1913 b 7 2b2 288 2,27 1,190 5,119 2"2 3 2180 a,u
19111 8 8 317 317 2,38 1,215 f> 11 q 2&1 3 2510 2,47
1975 8 8 :549 320 2,40 1,240 6,18 258 :5 255:5 2,42

MAURITIUS
19&&
19&7
1968
I I I
t I I
0
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1970 1 1 325 41/.1 0,21 0,830 1,04 1199 0 0 0
1971 1 1 356 432 0 ,l!1 0,841 1,06 514 0 0 0
11JU 1 1 400 405 o,ao 0,852 1,07 54& 0 0 0
1973 1 1 419 !21 0,1& 0,801 0,98 btl! 0 0 0
1974 1 1 '.548 548 0,13 0,872 o,eo 629 0 0 0
1915 1 1 602 550 o,u 0,885 0. 8:5 oza J 24!3 3,39

39
TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

M ILITAR Y GR OSS NAT IO NI, L MIL EX PEOPL E M I L EX GNP ARMED MILEX ARMED
EXPEN D ITU R ES PRODUCT per per FOR CES ARMED FORCES
(MILEXI (GN P) GN P CA PITA CAP ITA FORCES pe r
a
M ill ion dollars Million dollars b Consta nt Co nstant Constant 1000
Y EAR % Million doll ars do ll ars th ous d o ll ars peopl e
Cu rrent I Co nsta nt Curre nt I Co nstant

MfXtCO
14&& 1&2 i!4& 21400 ~2400 0,1& 113,742 5,62 742 T\5 :n8o 1,11
196T U2 · 2J9 23400 '\4400 0,69 45,2 :57 5,28 7b1 80 2988 1,11
19&8 185 261 26400 3'7200 0,10 46,108 s ,s9 195 75 1480 1,60
1969 204 213 29500 39500 0 1 iJCJ 48,347 s,6~ 818 1! 3640 1,!i5
1910 220 281 33100 422 00 0,61 49,969 '3,62 844 eo 3513 1,60

1911 252 306 16000 43100 0,10 51,623 5. 93 846 80 382\5 1,55
19'1l! 295 311J 40200 4&900 o,n 53,371 b,43 818 80 4288 1,50
l'TJ 323 355 45100 50300 0,71 55,250 6,113 910 eo 4438 1,115
1914 310 310 53000 5)000 0,10 571222 6,47 926 85 4353 1,49
1975 528 483 60100 55000 o,88 59,1!~8 8,15 929 95 5084 1,6o

MONGOI.U
19&6 15 23 uo us 2,46 1 ,119 20,·30 821 0 0 0
1967 20 30 650 958 3,08 1,1n 25160 831 0 0 0
1968 25 35 650 916 3,85 1~181 ~9,80 116 0 0 0
1'09 H 44 110 953 4,&5 - 1,i14 36,50 785 0 0 0
19.,.0 37 41 1110 943 s,oo 1,' 248 37,80 .,6 0 0 0

1911 4! 5i 710 H4 5,45 1,283 39,70 128 0 0 0


1972
197 :5
48
53
56
58
800
8115
951
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5,91
6,U
1,321
1 1 JfiO
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705
684
0
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0
c
1971l 65 65 860 8&0 7,56 1,1102 4&,40 •u ll1 1383 33,51!
19T5 w Til u 815 800 8 ; 1l6 1, 444 ll6,90 5'34 u 1881 24 1 U

MOROCCO
1'66 81 123 2810 ll~60 2184 13;1le5 q ,1 b :Si!3 65 1892 ll,82
19b1 'H 133 3190 4700 2', 84 u,eu 9,62 339 b5 2046 4,b9
11~68 110 156 3130 521>0 2,96 14,270 10,90 369 10 2229 4 1 91
19&9 119 160 5~90 5350 211t8 tll,blt1 10,90 1114 10 22U II, a
1910 uo 166 4440 suo 2,93 U,Uit 11100 Hll 65 2554 4,:50

1971 147 119 1!940 59.0 2,9!1 15,575 u,so 185 65 2U4 4,17
1972 171 200 51110 uoo 3117 16,036 12,40 $9:$ n 1071 4,0'5
1'73 <!09 no 5920 b'510 3,53 16,511 U,9o 394 69 :5538 3,94
1914 19b 196 7150 TUO 2,14 11 1 001 u. '50 4!0 ItS 301!1 3,8l
1915 25 3 231 IlOilO nso 3,,14 17,504 u,zo 420 75 :so eo 4,211

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40
TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

• MILITARY
EXPENDITURES
(MILEXl
GROSS NATION A L
PRODU CT
(GNP)
M I LE X
--
GNP
PEOPL E MI L E X
per
CAPITA
GNP
pe r
CAP ITA
A RM ED
FO ACES
MIL EX
ARMED
FO RCES
ARMED
FORCES
per
8
M ill ion dollars M i llio n dollars b Consta nt Co nstant Co ns ta nt 1000
YEAR % M ill ion d ollars doll ars t hou s doll ars peo p le
Cu rrent I Constant Current I Co nsta nt

NEPAl.
19b~ 3 5 ~91 tOoO 0 1 ll'5 10 ~385 o,uo 102 22 211 2,12
Ub1
19b8
4
!J ,
0 101
7113
1040
10':'50
0 1 b2
0 1 b1
10,b04
10,8!1
O,b1
o,59
98
91
22
22
1!95
292
2,07
2,03
• 19~9
1910
'5
5
1
b
817
88&
1100
1130
0 1 b0
0,'5'7
11,007
11,311
0,59
o,5&
99
100
29
29
22'7
220
2,62
2,5o
1911 b '7 930 1130 o,o3 11,502 o,&1 98 29 243 2,51
~ 1912
19'71
0
1
1
1
988
1010
11!50
1110
o,u
o,u
11,819
12,082
0 1 S9
0,59 ..,
97 32
32
217
224
2,71
2.&5

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19'75
8
9
8
8
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U!50
1Z80
O,bt
0,&5
12.351
1!,&33
o,~2
o,ob
102
10!
32
32
240
2&2
2,59
2,53

NETHERLANDS
196ft 1150 1140 30~00 4~400 3,75 12.455 1ll0 1 00 1720 I 20 14!100 9,63
19111 1300 ueo 33200 49000 3 1 tH 12,598 152,00 3890 120 16000 9,53
19b8 13ll0 1890 3'7000 52100 3,U 12,'730 149,00 ll090 1 20 15750 9,43
19~9 11190 2000 111500 55o00 3 1 b0 l2,87S t5s.oo 4UO 120 1bb67 9, :52
19'70 1o10 2050 4b500 59300 3,115 13,032 157,00 4550 I 15 17U& 8,82
1971 11'50 !130 51000 o1800 3,411 13. 19ll 101,00 llo8o 1 10 19364 8,34
19'7! 1810 2110 55300 b4300 3,38 13,330 1&3,00 4830 1 1'5 18870 8,ol
1913 2010 2210 &1300 b7400 3, ! 8 13,1138 1&5,00 5020 1 15 19211 8,!56
19711 2330 2330 o9&00 &9o00 3,'54 n,5111 172,00 51110 1 0§ 22190 7 ,1'5
it 1915 2bb0 2430 75300 &8900 3, '!5 3 1l,o57 178,00 50ll0 1 12 2169b 8 1 20
~

NEW ZhLAND
Ubb 1':'50 228 6110 1noo 2,22 2,.8'7 84,80 3820 u 17538 4,84
1967 147 21& o9SO 10200 2,11 2.728 n,zo 31&0 13 1&615 4. '71
1968 14'5 204 1380 101100 1,9& 2,759 73,90 3170 13 15692 4,71
19o9 152 204 81110 10900 1,87 2,773 13,,0 3940 111 14571 5,05
1970 1'1b 2211 6920 111100 1 1 97 2,611 79,70 4050 14 16000 4,CJ8
1911 180 218 9&20 11100 t. 81 z.,8SJ 7o,SO 4090 14 15!571 4,91
1912 186 216 10800 12'500 1,12 2,90'5 74,40 4310 14 15429 4,82
19U 191 210 11700 12900 1,U z,·CJU 70,90 41'50 u 16154 4,19
1914 234 U4 U200 13!00 1, 77 3,02'7 '7'7,20 43410 n 18000 4,l9
1CJ75 2bi! 240 14400 13100 1 ~83 3,09. '77. 50 4UO 1l 18462 4,20

NICARAG UA p
uu 9 1ll ue 9!53 1,51 1,71!1 8,38 5'55 6 21100 1,50
19b7 11 u ns 10!0 1,58 1, 76!5 9,13 !518 6 2U3 3,40
19418 11 1!1 Th 1020 1,!11 1,8U 8,li1J !SU 6 2561 3,!0
1969 12 u 812 1090 1,48 1,811 8,64 !18:5 41 · 2700 1,21
1UO l4 11 867 1100 1;!16 1,921 8,96 575 6 2861 S,12
1911 t1 eo 956 1160 1,14 1,984 10,20 584 b 3310 J,O!
19'72 1!1 l'7 1010 1180 1, 4'7 2,049 8,49 !SU 6 2900 2,93
19'7! 17 19 1130 1240 1,!15 z. 11o 9,06 586 6 3200 2,84
1914 22 22 1410 1410 1,56 2,18o 10,10 646 6 :su:s z,u
19'7'5 l! 29 1!510 1440 a,o4 2,260 13,00 656 !S 5880 2,21

41
TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

M I LI TAR Y GROSS NAT IONI.L


EXPEN D ITUR ES PR OD UCT
-MI L EX
- PEOP L E MIL EX
per
GNP
per
A R MED
FORCES
MI L EX
ARMED
AR M ED
FOR CES
(MILEX } (GNP } GNP CAP IT A CAPIT A FORCES pe r
8
Mill ion dollars Million dollars b Consta nt Constant Consta nt 1000
Y EAR % Million dollars doll ars t hous dollars people
Curre nt I Consta nt Curre n t I Consta nt

NIGER
19eb 2 II }lib 525 0,70 3 t 5411 1,03 lll8 3 l2U 0,8!1
19e7 :5 !S leO 530 o,se 3,045 1,2!J 145 J 1!H7 o,sz
t9U 4 5 387 545 0,95 3, 7111 ' 1. 58 1111J 4 1295 1, 01
19#)9 II 5 370 497 0,97 3,85i! 1,211 1.29 II 1198 1,011
1910 s II 1103 5111 0,17 3,9110 1,00 130 II 993 1,01
1911 ,, II tiS! 5211 0,15 11,071
11,18b
0,91
0,85
129 4 985
888
0,98
0,9&
1972 1141 521 o,&e 1211
191:1
19111
J
3
"3 ] l8Z
499
421
1199
0 I '17
0 1 118
4,}04
4 1 4Zb
0,15
0,77
98
113
"
II
II
813
en
0,93
0,90
1915 4 3 557 509 0 1 114 4,551 0,71 112 4 813 o,88

NIGERIA c
19ee 711 112 1980 12100 1,2'5 49,882 2,24 243 30 3133 o,11o
19b7 195 285 81110 12000 3,22 51,11b 5,51 23!1 15 81113 0 1 118
19e8 310 U7 8200 11600 '5,12 5Z,38b 8,3!!1 221 8!5 'Jl 111 1,112
19e9 bill 8&1 9950 t:\1100 &,T3 5}, 702 1&,00 249 110 7827 2,05
1910 54b &9b 12600 16100 5,87 55,0711 12,&0 U2 200 31180 1,113
U71 470 570 14800 18000 4,25 5fi 1 U1 10,10 Jt& no 1181 '5,0&
1972 &Ol! 101 15&00 18200 5,23 58,020 12,10 314 30!5 zn8 5,26
1913 702 773 11900 19700 5,02 59,&07 13,00 330 305 ZSS4 !5,12
19711 84& 811& 22400 221100 3,78 &1,275 13,80 lU JOO 2UO q,·9o
1915 1070 977 2UOO 23100 4,111 · U 1 0i!Z 15,50 1&1 270 ,619 4,a8

NORWAY
19&& 388 589 10700 lUOO :5,62 3~7511 157,00 113110 35 1b8Z9 9,32
19&7
1968
Ub9
1113
llfl3
!Hl
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&09
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11700
12700
111100
l 'Tl!O 0
1'1900
18900
3,'.54
3,b4
3,e3
},186
3,819
1,851
1bl,OO
171,00
178,00
4!140
4690
4900
3'5
J!S
35
17400
UU7
19&00
9,24
9,1&
9,09
1910 518 68CI 15300 19.00 3,51 3,877 177,00 'J040 35 19b00 ,,OS
1911 571 699 16800 20400 31 U 3,903 119,00 IJUO 35 19971 8,97
191a 612 112 18UOO 21400 3,33 3 1 93! 181,00 !1410 J!l ZO:S43 e,•o
1973 &113 708 20200 22200 :5,18 ;5,9.2 119,00 !5610 n 20!29 8,8:5
1914 711 711 22900 22900 1,10 :5,987 118.00 !HO 3!5 20Sl4 8, 78
1915 841 771 25900 2:1100 3,n 4,010 193,00 ,910 :55 22tlll a,n

OMAN c ,p
19ftb 0 0 1110 212 0 0,582 0 JU J 0 51 U '
1961 0 0 255 31'5 0 0,600 0 &25 J 0 s,oo
1968 0 0 38'5 !J43 0 0,&18 0 819 4 0 6,41
1969 0 0 3U 494 0 o,n1 0 7h 4 0 6,28
1910 40 51 4!1 544 14,10 o,~>U n,zo au 4 UfiTI 11,09

1911 53 b4 646 184 15,30 o,U8 94,80 tUO 4 16075 5,90


19'!'2 93 108 808 940 25,00 0,699 1'54,00 l:UO 4 17000 1~12
1913 U6 1119 oo• 9'7 33,40 0,721 201,00 U80 8 1UU u, to
1914 400 400 1400 1400 28,60 0.14:1 !138,00 1880 to 110000 U 1 4b
un 65!1 199 1no 1100 36 1 60 o, 7U 782,00 2210 u 4"11 u,n

42
TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR ~ontinued

MILE X PEOPLE MILE X GNP ARMED MILE X AR M ED


M I LIT AR Y
EXPENDITURES
GR O SS NATI ONJ. L
PRODUCT -- per per FORCES ARMED FORCES
I GNPI GNP CAPITA CAPITA FORCES pe r
IMILE XI
8 do llars b Consta nt Consta nt Constant 1000
M ill ion doll ars Mill ion
YEAR % Millio n doll ars do llars thous dollars people
Cu rrent I Co nsta nt Curre nt I Consta nt

F'AI<ISTAN
1uo 241 :1&6 :5850 5840 8,84 117,000 l 1 1l 50 300 1220 2,56
1~~1 232 342 4150 &110 b,tJ4 121 1 000 2,83 51 3S1 n4 2,90
1~&8 210 381 Jj640 &550 5,10 124,000 3,01 53 351 1067 2,88
1~#)9 288 n• 51110 &no 5,03 127,000 3,04 55 no ~90 3,01
1970 325 414 U40 1820 5,15 131,000 3,16 60 390 1062 Z1 98
1971 401 48& UTO 7840 &,37 135,000 S 1 60 58 401.1 1203 2,99
1~7! 448 522 b780 7890 &,72 U,5U 8,22 124 350 1491 '5,51
1973 474 522 7680 8450 &,&3 65,402 7,98 129 46& 1120 7,13
1974 572 5U !1710 !1710 5,&8 &7,3211 8,50 130 500 1144 7,43
19'75 622 5119 9900 90!10 &,28 119,307 8,21 131 501! 1133 7,24

PANAMA
1966 2 4 672 1020 0,3& 1,299 2,79 784 4 t05 3,08
19U II b 74'5 1100 0. !!1 1, 337 4,22 821 4 14110 2,99
1~&8 4 b en 1110 0,54 1,371 4,!58 852 5 1262 :s,u
19&~ 1 9 ~50 1280 0,11 1,41T &,;J6 900 5 1802 l,Bl
UTO 8 11 \010 1170 0,78 1,458 7,35 936 5 2140 3,43
1 ~'11 16 19 1220 1480 1,z• 1,500 U, TO 987 1 2729 4,61
UTZ 11 12 UIIJO 1!170 o," 1, 5113 8,06 1020 1 1171 4,54
1973 12 13 1510 16&0 0,11 1,51& 8,01 1010 1 18Z9 4,41
1~74 13 13 1650 1&50 0,19 1,&31 7,97 1010 8 1U5 4,90
19TS 15 14 18ZO 1&70 0,84 1,674 8,41 997 8 11U 4,18

PARA(;UAV r
1h6 9 14 557 845 1,64 2,040 6,e1 414 20 &95 '1,80
1~&1 12 18 608 8~6 2,00 2,091 8,58 428 20 en 9 1 1Ut
19ft8 u 18 &&5 ..,,
'1:51 1,t2 2,144 8,38 4:51 20 900 ,,:u
19&9 111 19 U7 1,t2 a,u8 8,10 444 20 935 9,10
1~70 15 20 801 lOlO 1,~0 Zlii!U 8,U Ill& 20 975 8,87
U71 u 18 819 1010 1,&9 2,:114 1,80 460 15 uoo &,48
197l 16 19 ~., 1140 1,ftft z,ni · 7', 94 4n u lUO 6,U
un 1' 11 1110 1220 1,~9 2,431 ft,CJT !Ol 1S 1133 6,16
19711 11 17 1330 lUO 1,21 2,501 ll,16 !SO 15 1127 tt,oo
19T!i l:5 Z1 1520 1400 1,48 z.5u 8,01 541 11' uao '5,84

PERU
uu u::s- lOU S·, 91

.
1111 !!200 7880 2,70 11,845 18,00 ft&$ 10
1h7 192 UJ !460 80!50 3,!52 u,1n u,ao 6&0 10 404J 5,74
1968 ua 322 5110 80!50 11~00 121 ~56 U,6o U1 1! 429:1 5,97
UtO 3,30 21,20 644 n s,ao
19ft9
1970
!05
U!
215
2'5 1080
U40
9020 s,u
.12,9!5
13,329 u, 10 .,., 80
3bft'1
3U8 6,00
1971 2!1 ::su 78ft0 9530 3,28 u,ns 22,10 U4 1' 41b0 !5,116
1~7! 28! 331 8690 10100 s,u 14,153 23,410 1i!l n 44U !,JO
1973 362 398 9690 10700 ::s,n 111,514 27 ,so 1St n 5SOT '5 ,14
1974
un
IIO:S
021
403
IJU
11400
12900
11400
11800
::s,n
4,80
1!1,028
1!1,486
26,80
:1ft • ., 0
760
h4 .,
90
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4418
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43
TABLEII. M ILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

MILITARY GROSS NATIONI• L MIL EX PEOPLE MILEX GNP ARMED MIL EX ARMED
EXPENDITURE s PRODUCT
- - per per FORCES ARMED FORCES
IMILEX) I GNP) GNP CAPITA CAPITA FORCES per
8
Million dolla Million dollars b Constant Constant Constant 1000
YEAR
" % M i llion dollars dollars thou s dollars people
Current Cons tant Current I Constant

Pl111.lPI'tNU
19&6 u n 59 !50 tno 1,03 U,34! 2,79 211 45 2070 1. S!i
uu 70 03 b410 9530 1,oa 31.1,)50 3,00 211 4'5 u•o 1,11
19~8 82 16 1110 10000 1,15 35,184 :s,n au 51 1210 1,44
1969 •o 21 1910 10600 1,14 3&,450 3,33 291 55 lltO 1,51
UTO · 101 29 8930 11400 1113 37,549 3,43 303 59 2180 11'57
1t'r1 tOt 1 32 9980 12100 t,ot 38,054 3,42 JU $8 uao 1,50
1911 112 1 J1 10500 lUOO 1,07 391'191 31!9 108 &2 U10 l,U
un 218 2 40 ueoo 14100 11tl 40~'U 5187 14'5 63 1810 1154
1974 zu z&2 14800 14800 1,71 U~lfi'P b. 2i! 151 90s 2910 zlu
un 402 3 68 11400 snoo zl :u 43~408 8,418 3flb llO 3070 Z1 76

ltOI.ANO
19&6 2090 31 '10 31100 48100 31.491 101100 uso 303 10600 9 1&2
U&T UlO 32 10 33900 !50000 U 1140 103,00 1!180 305 10700 •,u
uu !/.Ill 0 35 00 !1'700 !J3100 :u ,98& 109,00 1UO 110 1 uoo 91U
19&9 uto 3& 40 1~300 5!'100 32,230 113100 1UO J1l 1l100 9 I ft8
19'10 2820 35 90 41!900 541100 32,52& 110,00 1680 314 11400 t,n
e
1971 u•o H 90 49000 5UOO U18oe 122.00 1810 315 UTOO 9,.0
1]000 9,U
1·~· JIJ&O 41 110 !541100 &3800 n~ou 12§100 1930 !18
19U JUO 4S 10 U!OO &8800 n.:se-3 tn.oo 20fl0 Ji!S 1)100 9183 ~
1914 4530 45 lO 13300 7:5300 :U,tttt 134100 Ultl Jtttt 12400 10190
197!S '5090 46 &0 81!400 18100 141022 137100 uoo 435 10100 12,&0

PORTUGAl.
19&b lU 4 78 1!1)020 'Pb!O 11128 11,,68 53130 an 190 U20 21120
1961 410 b 04 '5UO 8)20 1,26 8192& U,70 •n 195 3100 21180
1h8 411 b u &410 90!50 1,:U 8189& 741&0 10!0 215 :~o•o u,ao
n••
1970
4&41
5'51 ., n011
b nso
7840
9110
~9~0
•lu
710!5
81830
8~7n
701.0
80170
10,0
1140
22!
230
2110
:sou 26,40
n,so

1971 &44 ..,, 81 8UO 10500 7,43 8,6Jl 901'50 1l20 245 :suo 28140
1912 U2 94 9840 11!100 &,.3 81!190 92,!10 1UO 255 lllO n,To
tns no 1 '59 11&00 12800 ,,92 81504 88,&0 1!500 liiO !920 !0,40 I
19'P4 988 9 88 13400 13400 7,,35 als :u 11&.00 1580 uo suo 361)0
19U 1000 • 11 13200 1UOO 1,91 8,499 108,00 1420 ll1 uuo zslso

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t I I I I I
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191S 31 :u 1no 2110 1.1,00 0,108 311100 20000 3 11200 U18o
19T4
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1880
2000
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1192,00
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12300
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44 I
TABLE ILMTLITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

MILITARY GROSS NATIONhL MILEX PEOPLE MILEX GNP ARMED MILE X ARMED
EXPENDITURES PRODUCT per per FORCES ARMED FORCES
(MILEX) (GNP) GNP CAPITA CAPITA FORCES per
1 Constant Constant Constant 1000
M ill ion dollen Million dollars b
YEAR 1(, Mill ion dollars dollars thous dollars people
Current Constant Current Constant

ROM4NU
uu 1130 1110 1'T~O 0 21100 19,141 89150 1420 212 80&6 11108
uu 1010 1580 19100 28200 191285 81110 1460 190 8110 ~185
1~68 1150 10!0 20400 28800 191721 82,20 1460 1~0 8'520 ~~n
19o9 1330 1no 22600 30300 20,010 n,zo U20 uo ~421 .,,o
U10 1400 1800 24200 30800 201253 91,~0 1520 211 8815 10,42
e
U11 1410 1180 28~00 3UOO 20,470 81110 1'T1 0 218 8165 10,65
U'TZ 1110 1990 32100 31400 2016U 96,30 1810 2UI 9U8 10,55
19.,3 1180 1~60 nooo 38500 20,8!8 ~4,00 1850 U2 10208 9122
1,74 1940 1940 40500 40500 !1,030 9l,20 1no 218 88~~ to ~n
191!1 2230 2040 4&800 42800 21,245 9b 1 00 2010 220 9213 101 J6

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1~67 312 459 1330 10800 11,40 4,~55 92170 2110 !0 •uo to,o•
1968 !OJ 186 e:no 11.,00 6~39 5,092 5ftl20 2300 60 4761 11,78
196'
1910
241
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10100
12600 6,84
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60,50
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IIEN!GAL.
1h6 1!1 u 835 1210 1,83 :11519 6 1 ft0 360 1 3314 11"
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UTO 21 26 1010 U90 Z10!1 s18U •• u :nz 1 :1111 1,81
lt'T1 u 21 1220 1480 1,8, ,, .. 8 6,86 l'TI 7 388ft 1 • .,
1911
1913
2!
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1190
uoo
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6,41 )40 1 3129 111J
6,26 :142 1 312' 1168
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'
TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

M I LI TARY GROSS NATI ONJ, L M ILE X PEOPLE MIL EX GNP ARME D MIL EX AR M ED
EXPENDITURES PRODUCT
- - per pe r FOR CE ARMED FORCES
{M I LE X) {GNP) GNP CAPIT A CAPI T A FORCES per
a dollars b Constant Co nsta nt Co nsta nt 1000
Mill ion dollars Million
Y EAR % Million dolla rs dollars t hous dollars peo ple
Curre nt I Consta nt Curre nt I Co nstant

SIERRA LEON!:
1966 ! 3 2111 426 0~10 2,440 1,22 l1!!1 3 990 1,2:5
11~61 2 2 2116 421 0,51 2,489 0,96 169 3 191 1,21
1968 2 ] 2193 413 o,n Z,541 1,12 lU J '14'1 1,18
11969 3 4 347 46& 0,16 2~'595 t,:so 1&-0 4 818 l,U
t!J'TO 4 3911 !101 0,811 2,&52 1,&0 191 3 l4U 1 1 13
U11
'
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1H2 ·3 4 4116 !120 o, 11 2,1n 1,44 187 l U2'1 1,011
1973 5 6 482 '531 1,04 2,840 1,'11 1117 3 18S'T 1 1 0ft
19Tll 5 5 557 557 0,86 2,909 1,6'5 191 5 9110 1,12
un 5 !!I •u su 0. 8'5 2,980 1,'59 188 5 950 1,118

SlNGAPOR!
1966
itllt'T
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31
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1390
1600
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5,87
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1970 154 196 2700 J440 5,&9 2,075 911,40 thO 111 14000 6,75
1911 19'T zn 3160 5830 &,24 2,110 113,00 1820 u 15933 1,11
1972 200 233 3700 4:UO '!1,42 a,u1 109,00 2010 20 uno '•31
1973 226 2119 4300 4130 5,!6 2,185 114,00 2160 24 10JU 10,911
1914 252 zsz 50 '50 50 '50 4,99 2,219 1 u,oo 2280 211 10'500 10,82
1975 305 279 !1&0 !1270 s·,!• 2, 251 124,00 2340 21 10333 11,"

SO,..AI.U
l'U 1 11 1U n1 41 U 2,'!1~4 4,14 IJ1 15 101 5,87
1967 I! 11 HIT 246 4,';5 2,615 4,2'7 94 u 700 tt, u
1'&8 •9 u 171 2'50 4,CJ3 z,&T'T 4,&0 93 111 en 5,2:$
19&9
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1972 16 18 ZH 29ft &,u 2,'41 6,16 100 n 136 8,50
1973 H 19 27'5 303 6,26 :s, 011 6,,30 101 Z5 '160 e,:so
1974 21 21 285 285 7,53 :s,on 11,96 92 30 1U 9,1J
1915 21 20 318 2'1 •• 11 1 1 1511 o,u •z 30 &SO •,st

SOUTH AP'RICA
19116 357 541 uqoo 21100 2,!50 19,0111 211, so 1110 50 10820 z,u
1'1117 404 59b 15300 ZZIIOO 2,64 u,uo JO,SO 1UO 1!0 111920 2,!4
19611 uo 606 lb?OO 23500 z,n 20 1 ZH 2CJ,CJO 1160 !5'5 11011 a,n
1'&~ '511 on 111•oo !5400 ZITS Z0 1 90J 53,20 1220 5'5 UUII 21 U
19?0 498 635 zoqoo 26100 z,se U,UI U,IO 1140 40 1!1175 1,11&
1971
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46
TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

MILITARY GROSS NATIONhL MILEX PEOPLE


EXPENDITURES PRODUCT -- MILEX
per
GNP
per
ARMED
FORCES
MILE X
ARMED
ARMED
FORCES
CMILEX) (GNP) GNP CAPITA CAPITA FORCES per
8
Million dollars Million dollars b Constant Constant Constant 1000
YEAR % Million d o llars dollars tho us dollars
Current I Constant Current I Constant people

SOUTHP,RN RM~Qfil4
Ubb iU !1 11 7 II 1'180 1,7& 4183& &145 3&7 10 3120 2,07
19b7 i-!4 35 1310 1930 1,81 41995 &199 38& 10 3490 a,oo
19&8 ~0 n 1400 1980 1,11& 5,172 7,12 3BZ 11 3350 21U
19f:t9 33 4S 1&90 2270 1,97 5,356 el:u 424 11 1.10&0 2,05
1970 '9 J7 1640 23'JO l 157 5,§4& &,&4 1123 1l ll50 1,•M
1911 ,i,U tlil 2150 2&10 1 1 &O 5,155 7,28 455 11 3790 1. 92
U12 S$ 41 2420 2820 t ttl 0 5 1 9H 6,94 475 11 3740 1,85
t9n 49 2&&0 Z930 1,f:t7 &,155 1, 1Hl 476 4450
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119 &9 1250 3250 2ot2 o,l&l.l 10,80 511
11
15 1.1590
1,19
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SOVl!T UNtOr.
1960 ~"~00 82(')00 361000 §1.17000 2:53,533 351,00 2140 3800 21&00 1&,30
1967 )77uo 85000 '595000 582000 2351991.1 3&0,00 21.170 3900 21800 Ut 1 SO
1966 ~~~600 6CI900 423000 59&000 238, :317 377,00 250(') 4100 21900 17.20
19&9 c9~00 95000 458000 61'5000 240,5'51.1 387,00 2560 4200 22100 17150
19TO ./'lf.!OO 95100 519000 &&1000 242,757 392,00 2720 4300 22100 17,70
e
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19Til oli)OOO 9(1(')00 599000 697000 24714~CJ 1100,00 2820 4400 22500 17,80
1CJU lf4lf;OO 104000 679000 7117000 249,747 41&,00 2990 4500 23100 18,00
19111 lCJ~OOO 106000 779000 7HOOO 252,064 1121100 3090 I.I'JOO il600 17,90
1911$ 119000 109000 870000 790000 2'54,300 1128,00 3130 4600 23100 1811(')

SPAIN
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19b7 U70 1720 37200 54800 3,\3 321 7}/.1 52,50 1680 370 1.1&50 11,30
19U 140(1 1970 lit tOO 57900 3oll0 331079 59,50 1750 370 5320 11,20
19()9 6410 !920 11&1.100 112300 3,08 :53,1.127 57,40 1860 '5&5 5260 10,90
1910 1S90 20~0 51600 uooo 3,01 33,719 59,~0 19SO 365 551.10 10,80
1911 HIIO 2110 ~11 00 61Jl00 '
3,!14 3/.I,UII 61,70 20:10 365 5770 10,70
19'12 . ~910 2230 &4500 75100 2,9& 34,494 &1.1,50 2160 lb5 &100 10,60
191$ 1980 2180 71.1200 81&00 2,b7 :'14,857 62140 2340 365 5960 10,50
19T4 i)iO 2380 85700 85700 2,77 351225 &7,40 2430 375 &330 10,&0
19U· ~BiO !580 CJ4/.IOO 8&400 2,98 35,S9& 72,110 21.130 315 &870 10,$0

SRI I.ANI<A (Cin.or·n


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19.9 15 20 2070 2780 0 .u 12,091 t,U 230 10 1990 o,e:s
\910 &7 21 2100 2930 o,n 12,160 1. 'TZ 237 10 zuo 0,81
191l 33 40 2390 noo 1,:18 12,63! 3,17 zn 10 1.1010 0 ,1«1
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47
TA BLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR-Continued

MILITARY GROSS NATIONhL MILEX PEOPLE MIL EX GNP ARMED MIL EX ARMED
EX PENDITURES PRODUCT -- per per FORCES
- -
ARMED FORCES
(MILEXI (GNP) GNP CAPITA CAPITA FORCES per
Mill ion dollars a Million dollars b Constant Constant Constant 1000
YEAR % Million dollars dollars thous dollars people
Curr ent I Constant Current I Co nstant

SUDAN
19&11 42 611 t'T&O <!680 z~31 13,922 4151 192 20 3180 1,44
1967 49 13 1870 2150 2163 111,350 5105 192 20 3625 t,H
1h8 61 8& 2010 2920 21911 1111193 5,81 198 20 4300 1,35
19&9 &9 93 2310 3100 2,99 15,251 &,09 ~03 25 3112 1,611 t
1910 96 122 2330 2910 11,11 15,725 1,75 189 25 11880 1,'59 J
1911 19 1114 2570 3110 4,62 u,,2u 8,88 192 35 11114 a,u
19'12 20 1110 2770 3220 4,35 1&,721 8,39 193 35 4000 2,09
1 9'Tl 111 126 3090 :B90 3,70 17,244 7,29 197 35 3600 2,03
1 91'1 13 113 3!3&0 3§60 3,18 17,787 &,31 200 35 1229 1,97
1975 21 110 11670 11210 2,58 1813117 &,02 233 50 2200 2. 7:5

SURINAM
19&& I I
••• •• •• t• ••• • •• • •• ••• • •• • •• ••• • ••
1967 •• ••• ••• •• • • •• •• •• t• •••••t • •• ••• I I I

1968 I I 0t I
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196&
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1911 0 0 112 135 0 0,4l! 0 l11 0 0 0


1 1'T2 0 0 133 155 0 01449 0 346 0 0 0
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1966 11 20 1700 28000 42400 4,00 7,808 217100 5430 10 2Uh 8,97
19&T 11 30 1bb0 29700 113800 3,79 7,8&8 211,00 5570 'TO U'Tt4 8,90
1968 11 'TO 16!0 3!300 lll'&OO 3,61 7,912 208,00 57 eO T5 nooo 9,48
19U 12 20 tbiiO 35100 41900 3,45. 1,9&2 20b 100 6020 75 21861 9,112
1970 1~ 'TO 1150 H500 50300 3,118 8,046 218,00 &250 15 U3H 91 U

U't't 111 50 tHO 41800 'SO bOO 3,48 •~sos zu,oo uso n UII&T 9,25
1972 til 80 1840 44fl00 stqoo 315'5 81127 2~7100 &~•o 75 2453:5 •,n
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UT4 18 10 181!0 56000 56000 :5,1!6 81157 2211100 b610 75 242•7 q,u
1'75 19 110 , 1810 6UOO 5UOO 31 U 8 1 11Hi 221,00 6870 75 !4U3 ',u

48
TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

MILITARY GROSS NATION A L MILE X PEOPL E MI L EX GNP


EXPENDITURES PRODUCT - - per pe r
ARM EO
FORCES
- -
MILEX
ARMED
AR M ED
FORCES
(MILE X ) (GNP) GNP CA PIT A CAPITA FORCE S per
8
M illion doll ars Million dollars b Consta nt Co nstant Co nstant 1000
Y EAR % M ill ion d o llars dolla rs thous d ollars peop le
Cu rrent I Constant Cu rre nt I Constan t

SWlTZ!RLANO
196& &~2 9114 25100 36000 z,u 1,9U 1!57,00 6000 ~~ 37160 4,11
1h1 Ut 9U 24900 3&1»00 2,!!0· &,ou 151,00 &040 n 3UOO 4,11
thl &1& 8&8 21~00 38800 2i24 &,1!2 142,00 UlO n 34120 4,011
UT lOUO 41000 !,!5 &,212 149,00 &&10 3&920 4,02
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19TO 13!
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2'5 31280 3,99
1'11 181 94T 31300 45200 2,10 &,324 150,00 1140 2S 178&0 1,9!!5
UT2 80ft 931 40100 4&eoo z,o1 fl,le5 141,00 1300 2'5 31520 J,9Z
UTS eu 91!5 45800 48100 1,90 &,431 14Z 1 00 7480 25 lfteOO :s,n
1'T4 na ua 4'100 49100 t~•H 6~4b0 145,00 T&OO 25 37520 3,87
1975 9U 882 4.SOO 45'500 1,94 &,489 13b 1 00 TO!O 2!! 35280 3,85

SYRIA
Uftft 20T :514 1j90 u to 14,90 5,500 !1,1 0 383 80 392'5 14,55
19ft7 231 340 1110 22!0 U 1 10 s,&u 59,eo no eo 4250 14,08
19&8 182 ne 1b50 2120 11,00 5,861 43,60 39b u JU8 u,oa
19U l'JI zu -2010 2&90 9,11 6,0!!9 43,20 444 15 3493 12,38
1970 253 322 !190 zno 11,60 &i2'58 51,50 44!!5 4293 11,98
UTl 22! 212 2!!30 3070 e,e8
5380 e,&9
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19T4 4'52 4'51 40'10 4070 11,10 7,132 &3,40 571 130 . 3477 18,23
un en 7&15 4990 4!!170 1&,80 7. 311 104,00 620 no 332& :H,lO

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1•n 9 u 10&0 1!1&0 o,ee 12. i!&!l 1,09 127 tJ lOZJ l 1U
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,..
3!14
:'59!1
l4T
JU
su
•no
t t!SO 0
13300
1!ISOO
11!100
1!&00
UJOO
14000
J,4S
2,15
a,n
2,&0
S8. 7:11

"·'"'
41,036
u;zu
...,
10,10
I I 'TO

8,U
29&
J1T
lU
331
20!1
Ul
211
2U
U21
uoa '·"
1489
1604 '·"
,,JI
s,u

49
TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

MILITAR Y GROSS NATIONh L MILE X PEOPLE MILE X GNP ARMED MIL EX 1\RMED
EXPENDITURES PRODUCT per per FORCES ARMED FORCES
(M ILE X} (GNP} GNP CAPITA CAPITA FORCES per
Mill ion
a
dollars Mill ion dollars b Constant Constant Constant 1000
Y EAR % Mill ion
Current d o llars do llars thous dollars people
Co nsta nt Curre nt Constan t

TOGO
19bb 3 (j 241 :sn t ,18 1,182 2,49 210 2 azzo 1,12
19&7 3 5 2U ;589 1. t8 1,825 2,51 2U 2 2285 1,10
1CJ&8 3 5 290 1.109 1 • 16 1,8119 z,n zn 1 1.1120 0,54
19&9 II 5 331 41.111 1,08 1,915 2. !it U2 t 4800 o,5z
1970 5 3&1 1.1&0 1,15 1, 9&3 z.o9 234 l ZUI 1 'oz
"
u;1 5 b ns 419 1,23 2,013 2,92 238 2 zuo 0,99
19'TZ 1 8 4:53 504 t,n 2,064 :s.n 244 2 JSSO o,u
1975 1 8 U4 Ill 1,'51 2,111 1,65 2.41 2 1860 0,94
19T4 10 10 533 533 1,83 z,sn 4,So 245 2 4885 0,92
1975 8 1 51.10 1.191.1 1, 41 2,2:10 l,U 222 l zno s,n

TRINIDAD + TOBAGO c
19&& 3 4 94& 1430 0,33 0~9U 4,21 1!10 1 3840 1,10
1'161 3 4 1020 1500 0,34 0,921 1.1,24 l&JO 1 3910 1,09"
t~Jo8 3 4 1100 1550 o,:s1 0,929 11,01 1&10 1 3180 1,08
1'1&9 1.1 b 111.10
1250
1530
1000
0,51
0,55
o,us
0,919
•1,23
,-u 1UO
1100
1 6020
&no
1,01
1,06
1970 5 1 1
1971 5 b 1390 1660 0,1.13 0,944 •• u 1180 1 5820 1,,06
1972 5 b 1520 1710 0,112 0 1 95t •• u lUO 1 6010 1,os
1973 1.1 1.1 16110 1810 0,29 0,959 4,53 1880 1 4S40 1 '04
1911.1 5 5 18110 1880 0,25 0,9bb 4,19 1950 1 4UO 1,011
1975 b b 2130 1950 0,29 o,•11.1 s,u 2000 1 5190 l,OJ

TUNISIA
19bb 17 Zb 1!10 1UO 1,34 4,&!11 5,53 414 n ton s,n
19&7 19 28 1300 1910 1,45 4, 1T5 1,81 400 Z!l 111Z 5,24
19&8 22 31 11180 2080 1,1.19 4,U1 •• :n 4U 21 12411 5,11
19&9 22 n 1&30 2190 1,34 !5,009 5,8& 4lb 25 1176 4,99
1970 10 38 1860 2!10 1,60 !3,129 7 1 18 461 25 15U 4' 8'1
1911 31 38 2110 UlO 1,114 5,253 1,21 '501 n Ulfl 4,76
1912 $1 113 !110 U60 1, :u !5,379 8,00 581 lO auo s.u
19TJ H IIJ 2880 :UftO l,l'J !1,!109 1' 1l 'T4 20 UJO J,U
19T4
1915
41
115
1.11
flO
3500
11170
~500
3810
1 '35
1,56 ,,7.,.
I,Ul 1,)6
lO,JO
uo
.. 0
20
io
UfiO
un S,4fl
,J. 55

TURI<fY
1966
1961
na
580
791
855
11900
1!800
18100
18900
4,31
4,53
31,910
JZ,T29
24,80
2&,10 ,.,.,
5U 510
no
15$3
uu U,19
u,u
1968 &55 923 1UOO 20100 4,1' 33,584 21,10 !199 53! 1125 15,9)
1969 683 911 15800 21200 4,U :S4 1 4U h,•o &16 545 an U,ll
1910 11.11 951 11600 22400 4,25 :SS,JTJ 1&,90 •n '540 11&1 u,u
1911 903 1090 20400 24800 11,42 311' )05 30,10 U2 1110 1111 16,10
1912
lOU
1914
961
toto
1140
tli!O
t 110
1140
22900
251100
soaoo
2&100
uzoo
JOIOO
II, 19
,,,.
3,9!5
31 ,2&1
38.243
39,250
30,00
29,10
29,00
,.,.
116
1'70
•so
51.15
535
181' u,n
a on 14,U
iUl u,u
19'75 11100 14110 JUOO :suoo 4,41 40,114 :u' so 8t0 453 un u,n

50
TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED fORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

MILITARY GROSS NATIONAL MILEX PEOPLE


" MILEX GNP ARM EO
--
MILEX ARM EO

EXPENDITURES PRODUCT
- - per per FORCES ARMED FORCES

(MILEX) (GNP) GNP CAPITA C'APITA FORCES per


a dollars b Constant Constant Constant 1000
Million dollars Million
% Million dollars dollars thous dollars people
YEAR
Current ( Constant Current I Constant

UGANDA
uu n
U61
U68
241
211
54
35
418
1no
1UO
1170
2270
23QO
noo
1162
11418
11n
8,687
81951
~.U6
"·"
3,h
s~n
201
268
au
11
1!
1'!1
lJ40
r•so
suo
1,21
1,34
1,U
196' n 52 2060 2170 1,n 9,!510 '!lin Ut 16 suo 1,u.
1910 410 u 2200 2800 1183 9,80#) '!1,2J zu 16 3200 $,03
1971 416 '!16 2580 2890 1,,41 101127 !5,541 28!1 141 41010 t~l8
U12 142 1()5 !550 2970 5154 10 .. 4&2 15,80 2841 13 tUOO 1124
1913 n 87 2610 2940 2,91 101810 8108 211 l2 1280 1,11
1914 6'5 65 2890 1890 z,z! ll~tU !S,Bl as• n uoo 2,241
197'!1 78 71 3100 2840 z~~l 111S4o 6,10 2U !'!I zno Z,11

UNITED UUB !M!RU!S


19&6 ..•...,
c,p
•• • • •• ..,.. ••• .. , ,...
. . ... .•...••
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1961 ••• •••
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19&8 •••
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I I I I I I I I. t . I I I I I I II' tl' I I I I I I
19ft9 • •• ••• • •• ••• ••• ~
1970 ••• ••• ' t I I
• •• Ill
1911 •••
un •••
19
I t I
23
t I I
4520
I I I
5260
I I I
1,J4
II I
0 1'215 81,10
I I I
•••
19100
•••
10 2250 U 1 40 •••
un 29 32 6090 uoo t,oo o,uo n,6o zo•oo 11 uoo 14,40
19741 411 Ill noo 1!100 0,55 o;u• n,eo 16000 u IUO 40,10
1971 59
'II 8200 1500 0,78 o,·u'!l 81,90 tUOO Zt auo u,to
UN!TEO !<lN!lDOM
1966 !i810 8800 103000 156000 5164 54,fJ24 101,00 2860 lla5 20700 1,11
1"6., 6110 9030 109000 1&11000 '31&5 541,900 16!5,00 2910 425 2UOO 1,14
1968 6~80 ~860 1 uooo 1615000 5,31 551152 1U 100 zqqo 4l0 21600 1,4J
11J&9 e190 8310 12~000 167000 11,96 5S ~319 1!10,00 )020 3.0 UJOO 1,04
1910 41130 8190 134000 171000 11,19 55~'n0 1418,00 3080 31! 2UOO II ,1!1

11J71 7150 86&0 144000 175000 11195 55,.712 15&,00 l140 :no 23400 6,64
19!2 1910 CJ280 154000 180000 51 !1 55,882 Ub,OO JatO 310 25100 6,62
un 84110 qzqo 1711000 191000 4,86 5ft,021 166,00 )410 310 UlOO ••• o
1914 •no 9730 192000 11J2000 5108 561"0511 114,00 1420 no 27800 •• 24
un 10!00 Q310 205000 188000 11,96 56~015 166,00 31!0 345 nooo 6,l!l

UN!T!D suns
11~61:1 01600 9(,400 '153000 1140000 8,44 u•,'s6o 1190,00 58 to 3090 31200 15,10
1961 1!11100 111000 796000 1170000 9,41 tQ8,712 559,00 s•oo :neo lUOO 17,00
1968 80700 114000 868000 122001)0 ~J,:so 2001706 SOT, 00 6100 3550 32100 11,10
1961J 811100 109000 CJ'J5000 1Z60000 8,11 2021671 5J9,00 6200 3460 31600 l1,to
1910 1TQOO 99200 982000 1250000 7,92 2041,878 4811,(10 6110 n1o 32300 15100
1911 711900 9oeoo !060000 · 1290000 1,04 207,053 438,00 6210 2720 11400 u,to
1'12 11600 9(')4(10 11711000 1360000 &,63 208,8116 433,00 11530 23!0 :nooo 11,10
1913 18100 86200 U10000 14110000 5,99 210,410 40Q 1 00 6830 2250 38300 10,10
1914 85900 8'3900 1410000 14110000 bl08 i!t1,894 110§ 100 6610 2170 39600 10,20
1971 91000 8Uoo 1520000 1 HOOOO b,OO 213,631 390,00 0490 u:so SCHOO .,,1

51
TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

MILITAR Y GROSS NATION I,L M IL EX PE OPLE MI LEX


EXPENDITURES PRODUCT -- pe r
GNP
pe r
ARMED
FO RCE s
MI LE X
ARMED
A RME D
FOR CES
(MILEX) (GNP) GNP CAPITA CAPI TA FORCE S pe r
Mill i on dollars a Million dollars b Co nstan t Co nstant Constant 1000
YEAR % Mill ion d o ll ars dollars t hou s d oll ars peop le
Current f Constan t Curre nt I Co nsta nt

UPP!R VOL. TA
19&6 II 5 ~72 1112 1,29 11 1 929 1,08 84 3 1777 0,61
1967 II 5 21J6 1131 1,19 5,0111 1, OJ 87 l 1UO 0,60
1968 . II !i :'S111 411~ 1 1 !0 5,155 1,03 86 J 1777 0,58
1969 II 6 3116 465 1, 23 5,272 1,08 e8 II 11130 0,76
1910 5 7 383 489 1,31 5,1811 1,21 91 II 1625 0,1~

1971 5 6 JQ3 1111 1,30 5,1197 1 ,13 81 II 1550 0,13


l9T2 '!5 6 1106 473 1,3! 5,610 l. 12 8'1 5 1252 0,89
1973 6 6 3<19 1139 1,110 5·, 724 1, 01 71 5 1226 0,87
11t74 6 b 466 466 1~35 5,8110 1,07 80 5 12511 o,8t.
1975 13 u 541 495 2,42 5,958 2,01 83 5 2400 0. 811

URUGUAY
19U u H 1660 Z!HO 1,57 2,752 111,30 913 14 2814 5,09
1967 u 47 1630 2400 1,97 2,786 17.00 860 14 3379 S,OJ
19#l8 2ft n 1730 2440 1, ~u 2,820 13,00 8611 15 2453 5,)l
1969 36 48 1920 Z!J80 1,87 2,855 U 1 90 904 17 2841 5,95
19TO Ill! 53 2130 2'110 1,96 2,889 18,110 939 l8 lU1 II,ZJ
1CJT1 59 TZ 2220 2"0 2,66 z,ua 24,40 •u 19 3763 6,50
19Tl 53 61 2230 2590 2,~6 z,n•
z,qqz
20,70 816 20 1060 6,76
19U 58 u ~no 21120 2,113 21.30 877 zo 3185 11 1 68
19711 71 71 261'10 2680 2,66 3,025 23,60 81'11 25 28!i2 8,26
1915 73 61 lOUO 2780 2,40 1,059 21,80 909 25 2668 8,17

USSRCS!! SOVI!T UNION)

VENEZ UELA c
2,15 9,550 25,70 1690

"···
1966 1U 246 10700 16ZI'l0 40 •uo
1961 188 U7 11400 U8oo 2 1 38 9~865 28,10 1710 110 b925 11,05
1968 188 266 1281'l 0 18000 2.t1 10,189 26,10 1710 40 6650 3,93
1969 193 260 111000 18800 2,00 10,5~4 24,70 1780 110 6500 :S,8o
1<170 210 268 16300 20700 1,88 10,87J 211,70 1910 11'5 5•st. 41,14
1971 290 351 171100 21200 2,33 11,236 31,30 1880 Ll!l 7800 11,00
19U 2n 32!1 18800 21900 2,03 11,&12 28,00 1890 45 7222 3,88
19U 328 361 21300 231100 1 I CJ7 12,002 30,10 1950 50 7220 4,17
1974 '.504 504 2'5300 25SOO 1,n 12,40!5 110,60 20LIO '.50 10080 4,0J
197'5 '.5 :n ns 29800 2UOO a,oe 12,821 38,50 2130 5!3 89611 ta,a•

VIETNA~, NORTM
1966 330 !SOO 1500 2270 22,00 20,177 211,80 1U 256 1953 12,119
196'7 U!l 1400 2060 u -.zo 20 ,ne n,1o 100 418 1146 20,17
1968
19419
121!
~00
""
458
403
uoo
1400
1830
1880
25,00
21,110
21,lU
21,657
21,b0
18,b0
8b
87 .,,
4117 102'5 21,0'
eu Z2,0S
19'!'0 !Oil JU 1'500 1•10 20,00 22,11" 17,30 86 La '52 845 20,ta4
19T1 100 lU 1600 19110 18,80 22,573 1&,10 8b 455 800 zo,a
19'12 32'5 378 1300 1510 n,oo 23~003 16,40 66 U5 605 27,17
197:1 !90 319 U70 1110 21,!0 2l,L1111 13,60 u uo 506 26,88
19711 300 100 1STO 1370 21,•o U,8" U 1 60 !17 665 1151 27,83
1975 310 2811 1170 uso 22,60 u,sn 11,70 !I II tal u 11112 26,1111

52
I' TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

t MILITAR Y GR OSS N A TIO Nh L MIL EX


- -
PEOPLE MILEX GN P A RMED M IL EX
- - A RME D
EXP ENDITURE S PR ODUCT per pe r FORCES ARMED FORC ES
IM ILE XI I GNP) GNP CAP ITA CAPITA FO RCES per
Milli on dollars a Millio n doll ars b Constant Constant Constant 1000
Y EAR % Mill ion d ollars do ll ars t hous dolla rs peopl e
t Current f Consta nt Curre nt I Constan t

VIETNAM, SOUTH
1966 ~06 4611 2060 ~130 14. 80 1&1511 28.10 18' 611 1U 3'7,37
19b'7 ~21 IIU 2170 3190 111.80 1&.947 27.90 188 645 '733 J8 1 0&
1968 4011 570 2160 3050 18170 17.395 32 1 80 175 735 77& 42.25
U69 591 5!11 ano 3180 16,50 17.8511 29,40 178 892 587 49,9b
1970 1113 '526 2660 33'0 15,50 18.325 28,70 185 1000 526 54,57
1971 490 594 28'70 31180 11,10 18.809 31.60 185 1060 560 56.36
19'72 552 643 29110 3470 18,50 19,SOb n,so 180 1100 585 56,98
1CJ75 58& 6114 3090 3400 18,90 19.117 32.150 172 1090 591 ss,oo
1974 54'7 5117 3480 54 80 15.70 20. ~ 41 2&.90 171 980 558 118,18
1975 11&5 1125 3680 :53'70 12,60 20.7411 20.50 162 ou 0 0
~
YEM~N (AD EN)
196&
19417
1968
•••
I I I
29
c,k
~
I It
..
41
•••
I I I
0
•t ••
0
tI
I \ I
I
8.99
t f
I I I
I I I
1.38!1 29.90
f I I

• ••
I I I

•••0
•••
It I
10
•••
I I I
4140
t I t
t I I
7,22
19&9 30 40 2b& U7 8,74 1,11211 28,00 250 9 4433 6,32
19'70 29 38 287 365 8,18 1,4Ml 25.&0 2119 9 41&7 &.14

, 1911
1972
1973
U74
B
35
33
l8
41
111
36
38
299
30&
129
363
3U 9,113
357 1o.so
36Z 9 1 98
3&3 10,50
1,507
1,551
1,596
1, &113
2&.90
26,40
22,70
23.30
240
230
227
221
10
13
1Z
111
4050 &1 b4
3146 8 1 38
3011 7,52
21lb 8,52
19Y5 37 34 H9 3b5 9,113 1,' &92 19.90 216 19 17&8 11,23

YEM~N (SANA) w w
19&6 3 5 317 480 0 1 96 s.n:s 0,90 911 8 57& 1,56
1967 7 10 333 491 1o9& s.zn 1,83 en 10 9b3 1,90

• 1968
1969
19'7'0
9
12
19
13
1&
i!S
359
387
1131
507
520
5119
2,55
3,11&
11,1.17
,,420
s. 5n
5, 733
2,l9
2.85
4,28
94
n
9()
10
14
1J
1290
1136
1885
,85
2,'31
z,2'7
19 '1'1 22 27 508 &1& 4,31 1,900 11,4CJ 104 13 2038 2,20
11J12 u :!6 527 &l~ 4,29 1>,011.1 4,33 101 211 1315 3,29
1913 24 26 !545 600 4, ·n &,254 4.18 96 31 81.12 4,96
1974 n 35 &bO &60 5,24 6,1.14! 5,3CJ 102 3'5 991 s.4:s
1975 52 47 753 489 6 1 83 4 1 US 1,09 1011 42 1121 &,33

YUGOSL.AVU
U6e U2 806 11700 1'7800 4,'Jl 19,641.1 41,10 906 310 2&00 15,78
1967 5&9 838 1noo 1li!SOO 1.1,53 19,840 42,30 932 297 2822 14,97
1948
1949
()81!
111
961
982
13900
1UOO
t9ooo
Z1700
4,91
11,52
20,029
20,209
48,00
48,b0
916
1010 ,.,
251 3'739
3821
12,8J
u, 72
1970 '712 984 18300 23300 4, 23 20,371 48,30 11110 257 3829 12,&2

• 1971
1912
1973
713
918
1100
938
1010
U10
21000
2J200
Z6000
25500
21000
2hOO
3,68
3,.,
4,U
20,57 2
20,772
20.951>
45,60
51,!50
51,90
1240
tlOO
1360
258
258
2!18
JU&
41117
4&90
12 1 54
12,42
12,31
1974 lllO 1310 31100 31100 4,U 21~15'5 u,1o 1410 262 5000 l2,J8
1915 1000 1470 35100 32300 4,13 21.1116 68,10 1510 270 '511411 12. 6'5

t
53

u
-

TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES


BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

M I L ITAR Y GROSS NATION A L MILEX GNP A RMED MI LEX A RM ED


EXP EN DITU RES PROD UCT
-MILE-X PEOPLE
per per FOR CES
- -
A RM ED FORCES
(M ILE X) (GN P) GNP CAPITA CAPITA FORCES per
a
Mill ion dollars Million doll ars b Consta nt Consta nt Co nstant 1000
YE AR % Million d o llars doll ars thous doll ars peo pl e
Curre nt I Co nst a nt Current I Constant

.,,.'5
.
HIRE 521.10 1,4&
19&& 8& 1:51 11.11.10 2190 5,9q 17,130 1!8 25
b1 99 1480 2180 4,52 17,h0 5 61 121.1 35 2814 1, 99
19&7 1
so U17 1,01
'57 80 1610 2270 3, 53 17,99& 4,4& 12b
19118
19&9 ., 90 1840 2410 3,114 18,430
18,8&1
4,89
7,&5
1:34
144
1.15
115
2002
3200
2,44
2,39
1970 113 141.1 21/.10 2720 ~.30

108 t11 2/.110 2920 4,118 1•,n1 &,18 151 45 2911 2,!3
19'11 2822 2,28
1972 109 121 2540 UbO 1.1,!9 19,747 .,43 1~0 ' 4'5
8'5 9/.1 2890 3180 2,91.1 20,214 4,b2 1'57 b') v 1438 3,22
1973 2783 2,90
19711 1&7 1b 1 3330 JllO 5 ,02 20,095 8,07 lb1 bO
1915 143 131 3550 3250 4,0:3 l1,191 ~.t8 153 55 2382 2,60

!At-4 8 IA
19bb 22 33 1330 2020 1,b4 3, 773 8,79 53& t1 SOl8 z,•z
1h'T 20 2'1 \U!50 2140 1,3'5 3,88'5 1,4b 551 10 uoo 2,57
19&8 Zb n 1'570 2210 li118 3,999 9,2& 553 11 }3&4 2,75
19&9 1!! 2/.1 1130 !320 1,02 4,118 '1, 72 5&3 11 21lb 2,01
Jb lib uoo 21130 1,89 11,240 10,80 '572 12 38 .'53 2,83
19'10
92 111 19/.10 2350 4,'1:3 1.1 ~ 3&7 25,1.10 538 13 8538 2,98
19'11 \1.1 9511 3,11
1972 115 1311 UIIO 21190 5,3& 4,!00 29,10 5511
1b !!4 2310 2540 3 ,31 CI,6H 18,10 148 1b 5250 3,45
1973 59911 lil/.1
19711 90 90 2710 2710 3 ,31 1.1,18£1 18,'10 !ibb 1b
911 8b 28/.10 2&00 3,31 1.1,93& 17,1.10 527 1b 5515 J ,1!1.1
19'15

54

.______
'
I
TABLE II. MILITARY EXPENDITURES, GNP, POPULATION, AND ARMED FORCES

MILITARY
BY COUNTRY BY YEAR -Continued

GROSS NATION /, L MILE X PEOPLE MILEX GNP ARMED MILEX ARMED


EXPENDITURES PRODUCT -- pe r per FORCES ARMED FORCES
IMILEX) I GNP) GNP CAPITA CAPITA FORCE S per
Million dollars a Million dollars b Constant Constant Constant 1000
YEAR % Milli on dollars do llars thous do ll ars peo ple
Curren t I Constant I Constan t
Current

a) For conversion methodology, see Statistical Notes.


b) For conversion methodology, see Statistical Notes.
c) Special country deflators were used to calculate constant
1974 dollar military expenditures.
d) Paramilitary forces are not included.
e) Military Expenditures and GNP as calculated are not fully
compara?le due to the use of different types of dollar
convers1on rates for the two variables. The estimated
range is a more valid measure (see Statistical Notes).
f) Paramilitary forces are not included for 1966 to 1968.
g) 1966-69 figures reflect Sihanouk era strengths.
1970-74 figures reflect strengths of Khmer Republic.
1975 figure is that of Cambodian Communist Army.
h) Paramilitary forces are not included. The figures for
1974-75 do not necessarily represent an increase of PRC
military strength. Rather, they represent a declassification
of previously classified information.
i) Includes general administration and defense expenditures.
j) Militia is included for 1972-74.

k) Includes Ministry of Interior expenditures.


1) National Security Volunteer Corps is no longer considered
a paramilitary force and has been deleted since 1974.
m) Constabulary force is included for 1971-74.
n) 1966-74 figures reflect strength of Force Armee Royale
(FAR). 1975 figure represents LAO People's Revolutionary
Army.
o) Paramilitary elements of the National Security Force are
included for 1968 and 1969.
p) Includes police expenditures.
q) The 1974 increase is due to anti-unemployment measures and
includes trade/vocational training.
r) Police are included from 1966 -7 0.
s) Includes constabular~ for 19 74- 75.
t) The figures for 1973-75 include police mobile forces
only.
u) The 1975 figure is that of the People's Army of
Vietnam, including the South Vietnamese Liberation
Army forces.
v) The national gendarmarie is included for 1973-75.
w) Data not of comparable reliability to other inputs.
55
TABLE Ill. ARMS TRA~ERS BY G~OUP AND REGION B_Y YEAR
(Millions of dollars) .
-------.----------.-~--------·
l
EXPORTS IMPORTS EXPORTS IMPORTS

YEAR
Current
dollars
l Constant
dollars
Current
dollars
l Constant
dollars . YEAR
Current
dollars
1
(
Constant
dollars.
Current
dollars
c:~~::-
d~lars

WORLD TOTALS OTHI:.R EUROPEAN


1966 4660 7070 4660 7070 1966 49 74 107 ' 162
1967 5050 7440 5050 7440 1967 6 9 195 288
1968 5310 7490 5310 7490 1968 31 44 169 239
1969 5850 7850 5850 7850 1969 14 19 117 157
1970 5850 7450 5850 7450 1970 25 32 158 201

1911 6350 7700 6350 7700 1971 84 102 169 205


1972 8700 10130 8700 10130 1972 96 112 306 356
1973 9570 10530 9570 10530 1973 70 '77 196 216
1-}74 9290 9290 9290 9290 1974 91 91 223 223
197!3 9720 8890 9720 8890 1975 239 219 278 255

DEVELOPED NATO EUROPE


1966 4460 6770 1490 2260 1966 515 781 700 1062
1967 4860 7160 1670 2460 1967 285 420 812 1196
1968 5120 7220 1690 2380 1968 501 706 967 1364
1.969 5680 7620 1970 2640 1969 574 711 1234 1656
1970 5620 7160 1720 2190 1970 509 649 1016 1296

1971 6070 7360 1670 2030 1971 518 629 1224 1484
1972 8240 9590 2080 2420 1972 t214 1413 1242 1447
1973 9250 10180 1510 1660 1973 1085 1194 868 956
19H 8830 8830 2620 2620 1974 146b 1466 1275 1275
1975 9270 s480 2600 2380 1975 1370 1253 1289 1179

DEVELOPING NEAR EAST


1966 200 300 3170 4810 1966 3 5 314 476
1967 190 280 3380 4980 1967 a· 12 556 820
1968 190 270 3620 5110 1968 13 18 624 sao
1969 170 230 3880 5210 1969 12 1o 825 1107
1970 230 290 4130 5260 1970 6 8 1246 1588

1971 280 340 4680 5670 1911 2 2 1166 1413


1972 460 540 6620 7710 1972 11 13 1351 1573
1973 320 350 8060 8870 1973 31 34 4075 4483
1974 460 460 6670 6670 1974 80 .eo 3050 3050
1975 450 450 1120 6510 1975 98 90 3242 2970

wARSAW PACT AFRICA


1966 1979 300'+ 737 1119 1966 0 0 227 3'+4
1967 2270 3346 732 1078 1967 5 7 140 205
'1968 1803 2547 601 849 1968 0 0 123 172
1969 1385 1859 621 833 1969 2 3 144 192
1970 1798 2291 621 791 1970 0 0 231 293

1971 1913 2318 621 753 1971 1 277 333


1972 2653 3091 1029 1198 1972 4 5 393 455
1973 3030 3337 505 556 1973 0 0 348 381
1974 3034 3034 1320 1320 1974 2 2 428 426
1975 2846 2666 1230 1126 1975 3 3 837 859

Totals do not add due to rounding.

56
t
.
TABLE Ill. ARMS TRANSFERS BY GROUP AND REGION BY YEAR-Continued
(Millions of dOllars)

EXPORTS IMPORTS EXPORTS IMPORTS

YEAR
Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars
Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars YEAR
Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars
Current
dollars
Ic:;::-
dollars
-
~
t:.lHWPE SOUTH ASIA
1966 2543 385':1 1~44 2343 1966 0 0 475 721
1967 2561 3775 1739 2561 1967 0 0 170 251
1968 2335 32':17 1737 2451 1968 1 1 2 73 38b
1969 1973 2643 1972 2646 1969 4 5 255 344
1970 2332 2972 17':15 2287 1970 0 0 185 237

1971 2515 3048 2014 2441 1971 1 1 304 373


1':172 3963 4617 2577 3001 1972 15 18 334 393
1973 4185 4609 1569 1728 1973 3 3 386 42S
1974
1975
4591
4455
4591
4138
2818
27':17
2818
2560
1974
1975
3
10
3
., 286
246
287
230

NORTH AMERICA OCE.ANlA


1966 1934 2937 107 163 1966 3 5 51 71
1967 2296 3387 145 214 1967 2 3 153 225
1968 2811 3961 235 331 1968 2 3 76 107
1969 3695 4962 237 319 1969 9 ld 127 170
1970 3299 420d 238 304 1970 2 3 102 130

1971 3567 4327 177 214 1971 7 B 60 73


1972 4253 4948 188 219 1972 20 23 67 78
1973 5094 560! 183 201 1973 6 7 201 221
1974 4269 4269 230 230 1974 9 9 62 62
1975 4923 4507 324 297 1975 10 9 43 39

LATIN AMERICA NATO


1966 0 0 126 191 1966 2449 3718 807 1224
1967 0 0 170 251 1967 2581 3807 957 1409
1968 0 0 160 226 1968 3312 4667 1202 1695
1969 1 1 199 267 1969 4269 5733 1471 1974
1970 1 1 140 178 1970 3808 4857 1254 1599

'
1971 2 2 240 291 1971 4085 4956 1401 1698
1972 8 9 412 480 1972 5467 6361 1430 1665
1973 10 11 476 524 1973 6179 6796 1051 1157
1974 0 0 408 408 1974 5735 5735 1505 1505
1975 23 48 437 400 1975 6293 576ll 1613 1476

EAST ASIA 'OPEC


1966 178 270 1812 2745 1966 1 2 250 379
1967 181 267 1982 2916 1967 11 16 332 488
1968 148 209 2079 2927 1968 4 6 392 551
1969 155 208 2094 2807 1969 10 13 476 637
1970 216 275 1911 2436
t 1970 1 1 359 456
1971 255 311 2107 2555 1971 3 4 571 689
1972 423 495 3386 3947 1972 9 10 904 1050
1973 238 263 2331 2561 1973 5 5 1278 1403
1974 333 334 2008 2008 1974 42 42 2022 2020
~ 1975 203 193 1801 1648 1975 68 62 2400 2198

l 57

L___
TABLE IV. ARMS TRANSFERS BY COUNTRY BY YEAR-Continued
(Millions of dollars)

EXPORTS IMPORTS !;.X PORTS IMPORTS

YEAR
Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars
Current
dollars
I
Constant
dollars YEAR
Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars
Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars

AFGHA '.I l!UN


1960 0 0 113 :. 53
ARG!!NT!fllA
19&& 0 0 , 11
19&7
19&6
19tJ9
0
0
0
0
0
0
30
35
35
II.
il4

47
19&7
19&8
19&9
0
0
1
0
0
l
19
117
b 9
27
&3
1970 0 0 2S 32 1970 0 0 211 31

1971 0 0 15 Ul 1911 1 1 14 11
197~ (l 0 1 ., 20 1972 8 9 82 9&
1973 0 0 lit 45 1913 8 9 115 50
191'1 (l 0 ~1 57 19711 0 0 112 42
19T5 0 0 19 11 1975 0 0 34 31

AI.BAIIIU AU!TR4L!A
196& 0 0 5 8 19&6 0 0 \1'28 43
1967 0 0 5 7 19&7 2 3 1112 209
1968 0 0 5 7 19&8 2 3 74 1011
19&9 0 II 5 1 19&9 9 12 117 157
1910 0 () 20 2& 1970 2 3 87 111

19'11 0 0 15 18 1971 b 7 39 117


1'112 0 0 10 12 1972 20 23 55 ou
1'113 0 0 10 11 1973 b 7 199 219
19711 0 0 0 0 19711 9 9 55 55
UTS 0 0 2 z 1975 10 9 ' 31 28

ALGERIA AUSTRU
1ho 0 0 8& no 19&& 0 0 1 t1
19&7 41 &0 19&7 0 0 b 9
'z
7
19&8 0 0 15 Z1 19&8 t 1 10 1ll
l9o9 3 7 9 un II 5 9 12
19'10 0 0 29 37 1970 0 0 b e
19'7'1 1 1 n 4! 1971 t 1 1t 13
191~ 1 1 11 tl 1912 5 0 18 21
19-rJ 0 0 7 8 19U 0 1 3 3
1914 0 0 15 1'5 19'74 '5 3 3 3
1915 0 0 so llfl 1975 43 39 II 4

ANGOI.~ BAHRAIN
- ..
..' .. ..
19bb 19&fl •I •I t• •I •• • ••
•••
.,.
I I t I f t f I f
19fl7 •••
19&7
19&15 •' •• '· • ••
It I
• •• 19&8 I I I
t I t
I, t I •••
t I

•I ••
196' ~·· I I I •••
19&9 I, I \ f I t I t I I I
~~·
1910
••• f I I t I t
•••
1970 ••• ••• ••• •••
19'11
l91l
19U
1914
I I I
I It
I I I
t I I
•••
I, I
I t t
I I I
I.
t t

I I I
f I t

I I I
I t

"'
t

I I I
..
I I

I f
1911
1972
1913
19T4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
l9U 0 0 0 0 1975 0 0 0 0

58
TABLE IV. ARMS TRANSFERS BY COUNTRY BY YEAR-Continued
(Millions of dollars)

EXPORTS IMPORTS E..XPORTS IMPORTS

• YEAR
Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars
Current
dollars
I
Constant
dollars YEAR
Current
dollars
I Constant
~Iars
Current
dollars
I Constant
t dollars

BANGL.AO~SH BOLIVIA
19&& I I I I I I I I I I I I 19&0 0 0 2 3
19&7 I I I I I I t I I I I I 19o7 0 0 3 4
19&8 t t I I I I I I I I I I 19&8 0 0 7 10
t9o9 19o9 0 0 7 9
1970
I I I I I I I I t
••• 1970 ·o 0 1 1
••• t I I
••• t t I

1971 •••0 I t t I I t t t I 1971 0 0 4 5


1972 0 15 18 1972 0 0 1 8
1973 0 0 32 35 1973 0 0 5 0
1974 0 0 b b 1914 0 0 4 4
19'15 0 0 0 0 1975 0 0 4 4

BARBAOO~ BOT~WANA
19&0 0 0 0 0 19&& t t I
•••0 I I I I t I
19&7 0 0 0 0 19o7 0 0 0
19&8 0 0 0 0 19&8 0 0 0 0
19&9 0 0 0 0 19&9 0 0 0 0
1970 0 0 0 0 1970 0 0 0 0
1971 0 0 0 0 1971 0 0 0 0
1972 0 0 0 0 1972 0 0 0 0
1973 0 0 0 0 1973 0 0 0 0
1974 0 0 0 0 1974 0 0 0 0
1975 0 0 0 0 1975 0 0 0 0

BE.'L.QIUM BRHIL. I
19&& 24 3& U- 29 19&o 0 0 12 18
19&7 4 0 24 35 19o7 0 0 34 !50
19&8 14 20 3& 51 19&8 0 0 43 &1
19&9 13 17 3& 48 19&9 0 0 52 10
19'10 4 5 81 103 1910 0 0 21 21
1971 1'J 18 34 41 1911 0 0 51 &Z
1912 Z3 27 4& 54 1972 0 0 59 09
1973 10 11 43 47 1973 1 1 116 128
19'14 30 3& 31 31 1974 0 0 71 71
1915 u 01 103 94 1975 23 u 12 00

BENIN (OAHOM!Y) BUL.GARU


19o& 0 0 0 0 19o& 0 0 l7 26
19&7 0 0 0 0 1907 0 0 i8 27
19&8 0 0 0 0 19&8 19 27 20 28
19b9 0 0 0 0 19&9 4 s zo 27
U70 0 0 0 0 1970 0 0 20 2•
19'11 0 0 0 0 1911 0 0 zo Z4
19'7'2 0 0 2 2 1912 1 1 112 uo
19U 0 0 1 1 19U 0 0 os n
1974 0 0 1 1 1974 21 l1 115 115
1975 0 0 2 2 1915 21 !5 uo 119

59
TABLE IV. ARMS TRANSFERS BY COUNTRY BY YEAR-Continued
(Millions of dollan)

YEAR
EXPORTS

Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars
IMPORTS

Current
dollars
l Constant
dollars YEAR
Current
dollars
l
E)( PORTS

Constant
dollars
IMPORTS

Current
dollars
l Constant
dollars
I

BURMA
ll?~~
uu
11?&8
19~9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1!
q
4
5
20
13
.,
~
C~NA()A
u~•
19U
11?b&
1h9
'14
0~
1,1
195
."'
111
.,
C!~l!
34
31
50
2l
52
~~~

"'50
11?70 0 0 1 l 11?10 179 228 50 ~~~

11?11
19'72
1913
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1911
l9U
un
,,,
1U1
711
221
178
81
as
50
12
10
35
13
11?111 0 0 5 5 1U4 · )09 109 1111 ttll
1915 0 0 1 1 1915 -n b1 teo t&!

BURUNDI C!NTRA~ A~Rl~A N R~~ UB ~tC


11?Mt 0 0 0 0 19U 0 0 0 0
196'7 0 0 0 0 19&1 0 0 0 0
19~8 0 0 0 0 uu 0 0 0 0
19&9 0 0 0 0 1969 Q 0 2 l
1910 0 0 0 0 tUO 0 0 0 0

1911 0 0 0 0 lUl 0 0 0 0
11?12 0 0 2 z un; 0 0 0 ,o
11?13 0 0 0 0 sn~ · 0 0 0 0
1914 0 0 0 0 lfiT4 0 0 1 1
1915 0 0 ~ 5 191,. 0 0 n 0

CAMBODIA (KMM!R RfPUB~IC) CEY~O N (Ir;f! i{'U !,.ANI< A)


19bb 0 0 1 11
1961 0 0 2 J
Utt8 0 0 1 10 tHAD
11?&1? 0 0 5 1 1Ub 0 0 1 il
1910 0 0 60 11 lhT 0 0 0 0
lh8 0 0 0 0
1911 0 0 54 66 un 0 0 0 0
19'72 0 0 82 96 U10 0 0 1 1
un 0 0 19 81
1914 0 0 302 102 sn1 0 0 0 0
11?15 0 0 128 111 19?2 0 0 0 0
19TS 0 0 0 0
19141 0 0 0 0
CAM!ROON un 0 0 0 0
1966 0 0 1 2
19&1 0 0 0 0
19&8 0 0 0 0
19 •• 0 0 0 0
UTO 0 0 0 0

11?11 0 0 1 l
li?U 0 0 2 2
s•n
1'T4
11?1!
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
!I
,

60
TABLE IV. ARMS TRANSFERS BY COUNTRY BY YEAR-Continued
(Millions of dollars)

J
EXPORTS IMPORTS EXPORTS IMPORTS

YEAR
Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars
Current
dollars
Constant
dollars YEAR
Current
dollars
Constant
dollars
Current
dollars
Constant
dollars

CMIL.f CONCh)
1966 0 0 111 21 19~0 0 0 0 0
1h7 0 0 8 tl! 1h7 0 I) 0 0
1%8 0 0 te 25 1CJ6& 0 0 1 1
1CJ6CJ 0 0 6 8 1969 0 0 0 0
1910 0 0 !1 14 1910 0 0 1 1
1911
uu 1 1 27 !3 1911 0 0 ., 8
191:S
0 0 16 t<t un 0 0 0 0
0 0 2& 29 1913 0 0 0 0
1CJT4 0 0 811 811 1914 0 0 1 1
191S 0 0 Jo H U1S 0 0 6 5

CMINA, ~£0~~,~ REPUR~IC Of eosu 'HCA


196& P4 i!bll 0 0 Ubb 0 0 () 0
19b1 177 261 0 0 1967 0 0 0 0
19&8 1116
19b9
lH
U6 tFIS
110
5
Sb
., 19&8
1969
0
0
()
0
0
0
0
0
1910 ~04 ilbO 0 0 1970 0 0 0 0
1971 ~51 304 0 0 1911 0 0 0 0
1972 )9(1 Llttl LIS 52 19U 0 0 0 0
19U ~lZ 255 30 3"5 un 0 0 0 0
1914 ~'1 321 15 35 19111 0 0 0 0
un ~91 175 2 z 1915 0 0 0 0

CHI NA, ~EPUo~lC Of CUBA


1966 0 0 711 ttl 1h6 0 0 42 u
{ tiJ thT 0 0 100 147 19117 0 0 82 121
1h8 0 0 159 224 19b8 0 0 13 18
19~9 0 0 164 220 1969 0 22 30
1910 0
0 0 ,04 387 1910 0 0 22 ze
1911 0 0 . 2:56 ~86 1'11 0 2!1 lO
uu 0 0 223 2&0 1912. 0
0
0 l!5 29
un 0 0 14!1 too l9T~ 0 0 2~ 28
1914 . 0 0 126 126 1974 0 0 18 18
19, 0 0 16! 1~1 un 0 '58 35
0

COLOMBIA r;VfJ~US
uu 0 0 1t 17 uu 0 0 1 z
1967 0 0 6 9 1h7 0 0 0 0
19b8 0 0 ts 21 1968 0 0 0 0
19(19 0 0 14 1CJ 19U 0 0 0 0
1910 0 0 t1 111 UTO 0 0 0 0
19Tl 0 0 3 Ll UT1 0 0 0 0
19U 0 0 41 118 t•n · 0 0 1 1
UT) 0 0 40 114 un 0 0 0 0
19T4 0 0 l :s UT14 0 0 0 0
uu 0 0 )8 J5 11175· 0 0 0 0

61
TABLE IV. ARMS TRANSFERS BY COUNTRY BY YEAR-Continued
(Millions of dollars)

YEAR
EXPORTS

Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars
IMPORTS

Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars YEAR
Current
dollars
1
EXPORTS

Constant
dollars
IMPORTS

Current
dollan
I
Constant
dollars

CZECMOSLOVAKU fCUAO OR
t9~o 112 2b1 100 152 uo•
1.. .,
0 0 10 15
19~1 200 295 CJo 141 0 0 4 0
19&8 71 109 82 11o 1... 0 0 2 5
19&9 109 14& 82 110 1969 ,.. 0 0 1 1
1970 109 139 82 104 19'10 0 0 1 9

U71 122 148 82 C) C) 1'11 0 0 C) 11


1972 121 141 130 1'51 un 0 0 10 u
19'73 10o 111 15 83 19U 0 0 15 11
1974 1& 1& 215 215 l9TII 0 0 3 5
1975 118 108 195 178 un 0 0 24 zz
DAMOMEV CSEE BP:NtN) EGVP'!'
1.. 0
1U1
z J 115
~04
114
301
1 1
DENMARK 19o8 1 1 110 104
19&o 0 C) 14 21 190' 1 1 112 uo
19&1 0 0 1 10 1970 0 0 uo 8U
19&8 0 0 15 21
Uo9 0 0 12 to 1911 0 n 350 424
1970 0 0 15 19 1972 1 1 (!93 ]41
191) lU 1!5 !'5 o~s
19'71 0 0 38 4o 1974 u 4 118 118
1912 0 0 2'7 :u 1~11 0 0 l31 211
1913 0 0 11 12
1974 0 0 3ft 3&
1975 0 0 28 2& El, ! SAI.VAOOR
lhfJ 0 0 0 0
lhT 0 0 n 0
DOMINICAN RfPU8LIC 19&8 0 0 1 1
19o& 0 0 2 19U 0 0 4 5
19&1 0 0 1 1UO 0
1CJoe
19&9
0
0
0
0
1
1 un
0
0 0
3
0
"
0
19'70 0 0 1 ltU 0 0 0 0
19U 0 0 0 0
1911 0 0 1 1 l97'1 0 0 5 ~
1972 0 0 2 2 1915' 0 0 3 :1
1913 0 0 2 2
19111 0 0 0 0
1975 0 0 1 1 EQUUORUI. !J~%NEA
196(1
1hT
191)8
t I I
•••
I I I
..
~···-
I I I
I I I
I I I
I I I
, ..
I I t

Ill
0 0
""'
1no
0
0 0 0
0
0

19'11 0 0 2 2
tna 0 0 0 0
1~U 0 0 0 0
19'CI 0 0 1 1
1tU· 0 0 2 z

62
,
TABLE IV. ARMS TRANSFERS BY COUNTRY BY YEAR-Continued
(Millions of dollars)

EXPORTS IMPORTS EXPORTS IMPORTS

YEAR
Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars
Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars YEAR
Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars
Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars

GABO~ ETHIOPIA
19&6 0 0 0 0 19&6 0 0 11 1'7
196'7 0 0 0 0 196'7 0 0 13 19
1968 0 0 0· 0 1968 0 0 19
1969 2'7
0 0 0 0 1969 0 0 12 16
1970 0 0 0 0 1970 0 0 13 17
1971 0 0 1 1 1911 0 0 12 15
1972 0 0 2 a 1972 0 0 15 18
1973 0 0 0 0 1973 0 0 10 t1
19111 0 0 0 0 191" 0 0 111 !'II
19'15 0 0 1 1 1975 0 0 32 29

GAMBIA, THE I'JJI


1966 0 0 0 0 191!1) •••
t
I I I I I I I I I
19&1 0 0 0 0 1967
1968 0 0 0 0 19&8 ••• I, t I I I I
•••
1969 0 0 0 0 1969 •• • I. I I
••• •••
t 1970 0 0 0 0 1970 •••0 • ••0 I f I
0 •••0
1971 0 0 0 0 1911 0 0 0 0
1972 0 0 0 0 1972 0 0 0 0
197~ 0 0 0 0 197~ 0 0 0 0
19711 0 0

't
0 0 1974 0 0 0 0
1975 0 0 0 0 19'15 0 0 0 0

GERMAN DEMOCRATIC R!PUBioiC G~ f'tNioANO


1966 5 8 1611 2119 1966 0 0 16 211
1941'1 s '7 1111 217 1967 0 0 u 22
19&8 6 8 126 1'78 1968 0 0 15 21
1969 6 8 126 169 1969 0 0 15 !0
19'70 6
, 8 126 161 19'TO 0 0 15 19

'
1971 5 U6 151 19'T1 0 0 10 12
1912 z 2 ~20 31J 19'72 0 0 10 12
't un 1 1 105 lU 19'T3 0 0 1 1
19'74 2 2 1110 410 19711 1 1 Zb 26
19'7! 8 . '7 3'10 338 19'T5 2 2 15 111

G!RMANY, l'fOI!:RAio R!ltUBioiC 011: G~


I'RANC!
t«J66 68 103 ~02 106 1966 21tY 326 z~ 35
196'7 58 85 189 278 19&'7 8b 127 22 Jl
19&8 911 138 8'7 1U 19&8 181 255 15 21
1969 1 01 136 210 28Z 1969 216 290 15 !0
~ 1970 189 2111 211 269 U70 198 252 10 u
t
1971 130 U8 3!!10 4211 1911 154 18'7 9 11
• 19n
1913
19'TII
226
26
263
n
2611
21T
312
305
1972
1913
5SII
!!1611
622
1121
18
15
21
1'7

• ~
-:
1975
i!U
2!!1'7'
221
235
4'70
1183
11'7'0
11112
U'74
191!!1
!561
5011
561
4U
u
Z9
23
2'7'

63
TABLE IV. ARMS TRANSFERS BY COUNTRY BY YEAR-continued
(Millions of dollars)

EXPORTS IMPORTS E)( PORTS IMPORTS

YEAR
Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars
Current
dollars
I Constant
dollar$ YEAR
Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars
Current
dollars
I
Constant
dollars

GHANA GUINEA-BISSAU
19b& 0 0 1 2 19&&
19&7 0 0 0 0 19&7
t I t .. f I •• • •••
I t I
•••
...
I t I t t I
1968 0 0 b 8 19&8 I I t t I I It t t I t
19&9 0 0 0 0 19&9 I t I • t I t I I I
1970 0 0 0 0 1970 I t t I I t I I I I t I

1971 0 0 0 0 1971 ~I I I I I I I I I I I
1972 0 0 ~ 2 19T2
19'73 0 0 2 2 1913
t I I
I I I
t,t~

I I I
•••
f I I
t f I
I I I
1974 0 0 1 1 1974 0 0 0 0
197'5 0 0 5 5 1975 0 0 5 5

GREECE GUYANA
19&& 0 0 51 77 19&& 0 0 0 0
19&7 0 0 b'1 99 19&7 0 0 0 0
19&8 0 0 57 eo 19&8 0 0 0 0
19&9 0 0 139 187 19&9 0 0 0 0
1910 0 0 155 198 1910 0 0 0 0
1911 0 0 2&9 32b 1911 0 0 0 0
197~ 0 0 201 241 1912 0 0 0 0
1913 0 0 49 54 1973 0 0 0 0
1974 0 0 1&9 1&9 1914 0 0 0 0
1915 0 0 194 171 1915 0 0 2 ~

GUATEMALA HAl TI-


19&& 0 0 1 2 19&& 0 0 0 0
19&7 0 0 z 3 19&7 0 0 0 0
1'Jb8 0 0 1 1 19bB 0 0 0 0
19&9 0 0 2 3 1969 0 0 0 0
1970 0 0 1 1 1910 0 0 0 0
1971 0 0 11 13 1911 0 0 0 0
1972 0 0 l l 1912 0 0 1 1
1913 0 0 4 4 1913 0 0 1 1
1974 0 0 ~ 2 1914 0 0 0 0
1975 0 0 7 b 1915 0 0 0 0

GUINEA HONOUR AS
19&& 0 0 2 3 19&& 0 0 1 2
19&7 0 0 2 l 19117 0 0 1 1
19&8 0 0 0 0 19&8 0 0 1 1
19&9 0 0 0 0 19&9 0 0 b 8
1970 0 0 0 0 1910 0 0 1 1
1911 0 0 b ., 1911 0 0 0 0
1912
1973
0
0
0
0 .,
9 11
8,
1972
1913
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1914
1915
0
0
0
0
b
11 •
1b
19741
1915
0
0
0
0
1
3
1
s

64
TABLE IV. ARMS TRANSFERS BY COUNTRY BY YEAR-Continued
(Millions of dollars)

YEAR
EXPORTS

Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars
IMPORTS

Current
dollars
1
I
Constant
dollars YEAR
Current
dollars
I
EXPORTS

Constant
dollars
IMPORTS

Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars

HUNGARY IRAN
19bb 0 0 25 38 19bb 0 0 5& 85
19&'7 0 0 &5
19&8
19&9
0
i!
0
3
""3838 54
51
19&7
19&8
19&9
2
1
1
3
1
1
104
us
222
153
190
298
19'70 2 3 38 48 19'7'0 0 0 160 204
1911 2 2 38 46 1911 1 1 320 388
19'12 3 3 '70 82 19'72 1 1 415 483
19'73 0 0 20 22 19'71 2 i! 482 530
19'7'4 1'7 11 130 130 19'74 36 3& 8'70 8'70
19'75 42 38 110 101 19'75 52 48 1110 1020

I CEL.ANO IRAQ
19&& 0 0 0 0 19&& 1 2 35 - 53
19b'7 0 0 0 0 19ts'7 b 90 tll
19&8
19&9
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
19&8
19&9
"0
2 3
0
133
69
188
93
19'70 0 0 0 0 19'70 0 0 49 62
19'71 0 0 0 0 19'11 0 0 35 42
19'72 0 0 0 0 19'7 2 1 1 85 qq
19'73 0 0 0 0 1913 0 0 358 394
19'74 0 0 5 5 19'74 0 0 41& 416
19'75 0 0 0 0 19'75 0 0 451 413

INDIA IREL,ANO
196(, 0 0 2'78 422 19&6 0 0 0 0
19b7 0 0 101 149 19ts'7 0 0 0 0
19&8 1 1 168 237 1968 0 0 0 0
1969 0 0 142 191 1969 0 0 0 0
1970 0 0 100 1!1 1970 0 0 0 0
19'71 0 0 235 285 1911 0 0 1 1
19'72 1!1 te Z05 239 197Z 0 0 z 2
19'1'3 3 3 180 198 un 0 0 1 1
1974 3 3 129 129 19'14 0 0 1 1
un 9 8 !52 U9 1915 0 0 0 0

INDONeSIA
19&6
1CJ67
0
0
0
0
6
1
9
1
ISRAH
19&&
1967
0
1
0
1
31
23
,.
S4
19&8 1 1 3 4 1968 9 13 55 18
19&9 0 0 13 11 1969 3 4 163 219
1CJ10 0 0 16 20 1910 5 b 2U 296
1971 0 0 24 29 1911 0 0 251 3U
19'72 0 0 3!5 41 1912 5 b 201 241
191! 0 0 20 22 1973 '7 8 1'71 0 1880
1974 0 0 35 ss 1974 22 22 636 u•
un 0 0 17 1b 1975 !l· Ttl 6!!0
'

65
TABLE IV. ARMS TRANSFERS BY COUNTRY BY YEAR-Continued
(Millions of dollars)

EXPORTS IMPORTS E;,XPORTS IMPORTS

YEAR
Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars
Current
dollars
I
Constant
dollars YEAR
Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars
Current
dollars
I
Constant
dollars

ITAL.Y JORDAN
19U 32 49 31 56 19lt6 0 0 23 35
19&7 22 32 35 52 1967 0 0 11 25
19&8 33 47 71 100 19&8 0 0 25 35
19&9 24 32 85 114 19lt9 0 0 72 97
1910 2& 33 51 bS 1970 0 0 48 &1
1911 35 42 60 73 1971 0 0 53 64
197l 65 7o 193 225 1912 0 0 48 '5&
1913 11'5 121 84 92 1913 6 1 &5 T2
1974 U2 132 182 162 19'1'4 12 12 5& 56
1915 99 91 n 12 1CJ'75 l3 21 131 120

IVORY COAST KENYA


19&& 0 0 0 0 19&6 0 0 1 2
1CJ&7 0 0 0 0 19b'T 0 0 3 4
1968 0 0 2 3 1966 0 0 0 0
1969 0 0 0 0 1969 0 0 0 0
1910 0 0 0 0 1970 0 0 1 1
1911 0 0 3 4 1911 0 0 & 1
un
1973
0
0
0
0
5
6 .,
6 19'T2
1973
0
0
0
0
'5
2
6
2
1974 0 0 0 0 1974 0 0 28 28
1975 0 0 5 5 1CJ75 0 0 5 5

JAMAICA K~M!R R~PUBLICCSEE CAMBODIA)


1966 0 0 0 0
196'T 0 0 0 0
19&8 0 0 1 1 KOR!A, NORTH
19&9 0 0 0 0 11h& 0 0 10 10&
1970 0 0 0 0 1CJ6 7 0 0 81 119
1968 0 0 '73 103
1911 0 0 0 0 1969 1 1 8 11
197l 0 0 0 0 19'7'0 0 0 60 17
19'7'3 0 0 1 1
1974 0 0 0 0 lCJ71 0 0 U5 200
1915 0 0 0 0 1972 0 0 us 1!57
un 0 0 140 1!54
1974 0 0 60 60
JAPA"l 1975 b 5 17 16
uu 4 6 38 58
1967 4 & 57 84
19ft8 7 10 35 49
1969 14 19 u e5
19'70 6 8 u 85
19'7'1 2 2 82 99
1912 17 !O 45 52
1973 6 n
1914
1915
10
5
'
10
!5
91
!IJl
80
4H
41

66
TABLE IV. ARMS TRANSFERS BY COUNTRY BY YEAR-continued
(Millions of dollars)

EXPORTS IMPORTS ~<)(PORTS IMPORTS

YEAR
Current
dollars
Constant
dollars
Current
dollars
Constant
dollars YEAR
Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars
Current
dollars
I
Constant
dollars

KOREA, REPUBLIC 0, Lt:80TI10


1'1»6 0 0 1•n 2:51 U66 I I t I I I I I I
•••0
un 0 0 lHT 320 1h1 0 0 0
1~U 0 0 323 115'5 1968 0 0 0 0
196~ 0 0 1129 5T6 19ts~ 0 0 0 0
1970 1 1 1'50 191 UTO 0 0 0 0

1911 1 1 223 210 1911 0 0 0 0


uu 2 2 '510 ~94 un 0 0 0 0
1973 0 0 152 1U 19U 0 0 0 0
19711 0 0 1111 1111 sn11 0 0 0 0
197'5 0 0 182 16ft 19,.5 0 0 0 0

KUWAIT LtBERU
196ft 0 0 1 2 Utsfl 0 0 0 0
19ft1 0 0 3 II 19&7 0 0 0 0
1968 0 0 0 0 19&8 0 0 0 0
1969 3 II 2fl 3!i 19&4 0 0 0 0
1970 0 0 1 1 UTO 0 0 1 l

1911 0 0 II 5 U1l 0 0 0 0
1912 0 0 26 30 UTI 0 0 0 0
19U 0 0 l 2 un 0 0 0 0
19711 0 0 2 2 19111 0 0 0 0
191'5 0 0 3! 29 un 0 0 1 1

LAOS I.~BVA
196ft 0 0 u 65 19h 0 0 20 ;50
1961 0 0 87 us U&,. 0 0 8 lZ
1968 0 0 T2 102 U68 0 0 3 4
1969 0 0 55 Til 19&9 0 0 19 26
1970 0 0 n 88 \910 0 0 60 17
1911
UT2
uu
0
0
0
0
111
1n
.,
135
121
l9Tl
1972
.0
;3
0
3 1,.91 ttl!
<!08
0 0 106 un 0 0 ztO U1
t 9'111 0 0 u u UTII 0 0 U9 159
19,.'5 0 0 2Z zo UT'5 ~ J 361 no
L!ISANON L.UX!f'490URG
1961) 0 0 2 s 1'166 0 0 0 0
1961 0 0 0 0 Utt1 0 0 0 0
uu 0 0 311 48 1961 0 0 0 0
U&9 0 0 20 !1 U61J 0 0 0 0
19'10 0 0 II !I 19'1'0 0 0 0 0
SCJ,.l 0 0 3 4 1911 0 0 0 0
un 0 0 28 33 un 0 0 0 0
t~'I':S
l9T4
0 0 u u uu 0 0 0 0

un
0
0
0
0
ll
10
13
9 "'"
ttTS
0
0
0
0
1
8
1
1

67
TABLE IV. ARMS TRANSFERS BY COUNTRY BY YEAR-Continued
(Millions of dollars)

EXPORTS IMPORTS ~PORTS IMPORTS

YEAR
Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars
Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars YEAR
Current [
dollars
Constant
dollars
Current
dollars
I
Constant
dollars

MADAGASCAR MALTA
196& 0 0 0 0 19&b 0 0 0 0
19&7 0 0 0 0 19&7 0 0 0 0
19&8 0 0 1 1 19&8 0 0 0 0
19&9 0 0 0 0 19&9 0 0 0 0
1970 0 0 0 0 1970 0 " 0 0 0

1971 0 0 0 0 1971 0 0 0 0
1972 0 0 0 0 1972 0 0 0 0
1973 0 0 0 0 1973 0 0 0 0
19711 0 0 0 0 19711 0 0 0 0
1975 0 0 0 0 1975 0 0 0 0

MALAWI MAURITANIA
19&& 0 0 0 0 19&6 ·o 0 0 0
19&7 0 0 0 0 19&7 0 0 0 0
19&8 0 0 0 0 19&8 0 0 0 0
19&9 0 0 0 0 19&9 0 0 0 0
1970 0 0 0 0 1970 0 0 0 0

1911 0 0 0 0 1911 (, 0 0 1 1
1912 0 0 0 0 1912 0 0 0 0
1973 0 0 0 0 197l 0 0 0 0
19111 0 0 0 0 19711 0 0 0 0
U75 0 0 2 2 U15 0 0 0 0

MALAYSIA MAURITIUS
19&6 0 0 27 111 19&6 \I I ~I I. I I I
•••
19&7 0 0 e u 19&'7 I I I
•••0 • •0• •••0
i'Jb8 0 0 12 17 19&8 0
1969 0 0 22 JO 19&9 0 0 0 0
1910 0 0 5 b 1970 0 0 0 0

U71 0 0 2& :sz 19'11 0 0 0 0


1912 0 0 }9 115 1912 0 0 0 0
191:5 0 0 34 31 1975 0 0 0 0
1974 0 0 211 24 1974 0 0 0 0
1975 0 0 56 51 1975 0 0 0 0

MALI MEXICO
1966 0 0 2 l 1966 0 0 1 2
19(,'7 0 0 0 0 U6'7 0 0 1 1
19&8 0 0 0 0 1968 0 0 2 J
1969 0 0 0 0 19&9 0 0 5 '7
19T0 0 0 0 0 1970 0 0 J 4

1911 0 0 1 1 1971 0 0 4 5

.,.,
1912 0 0 0 0 1912 0 0 l J
nn 0 0 1 1 1971 0 0
.,
8
1CJT 4
1915
0
0
0
0
0
8 .,
0 1914
191!'
0
0
0
0 21 19

68
TABLE IV. ARMS TRANSFERS BY COUNTRY BY YEAR-Continued
(Millions of cloiiM'I)

IMPORTS EXPORTS IMPORTS

I I
EXPORTS

Y EAR
Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars
Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars YEAR
Current
dollars
Constant
dollars
Current
dollars
Constant
dollars

I>IO NGOl.tA Nf.THERLANDS


nt~o 0 0 0 0 19&& 2 3 81 123
19b1
19ft!
0
0
0
0 ,
0 0
0
19&7
19&8
10
12
15
11
28
28
41
40
19&9 0 0 0 0 19&9 18 24 55 '74
1910 0 0 0 0 19')'0 b 8 98 125
1911 0 0 0 0 1971 3 4 78 95
197~ 0 0 0 0 1912 45 52 80 9;5
1913 0 0 0 0 1973 34 3'7 11 19
19'74 (I 0 0 0 1974 18 18 33 33
1915 0 0 0 0 1915 &3 58 32 29

MOR OCC O NEW ZEALAND


19&& 0 n 1& 24 19&& 3 5 2 35
19&7 0 0 2& 38 19&7 0 0 1t 1&
19&8 ~ 0 15 Zt 19&8 0 0 2 :\
19&9 0 0 b e 19&9 0 0 tO 1!
19T O 0 0 10 13 1970 0 0 1'5 19
19'11 0 0 5 b 1971 1 1 21 2&
197il 0 0 ll 5 197'2 0 0 12 14
1973 0 0 b 1 19'73 0 0 2 2
19'74 l z 19 19 19'74 0 0 7 7
1915 0 0 52 48 1975 0 0 12 11

MO:zA r1 fi J Q U~ NICARAG UA
19&& 19&& 0 0 0 0
••• • •• • ••
....
I t I
19&7 19&'7 0 0 1 1
19&8
I I I I 0 I
••• I, I I
19&8 0 0 0
19&9
f If
ttl
•••I!
I I If I
I I I
19&9 0
0
0 0 0
I, I I
1UO ••• oI 19'70 0 0 1 1
,..
It I t I I I

1911 I t I ~I t
••• 19'71 0 0 1 1
19'1~ 1972
19'13 ••• I f I ••• • •• 19'75 0
0 0
0
1
5
1
b
19'14
t o I ••• • • 0 • 0 •
19'74 0
19'15 •••0 o oI
0
•• 0
0
•••0 19'75
0
0
0
0 2
0
2

NEPAl. NIGER
\ 96(1 0 0 1 2 19&& 0 0 0 0
19bT 0 0 0 0 19&7 0 0 0 0
19U 0 0 0 0 19&8 0 0 0 0
1h9 0 0 0 0 19&9 0 0 1 1
19'70 0 0 0 0 19'70 0 0 0 0

1911 0 0 0 0 1971 0 0 0 0
191Z 0 0 0 0 19'72 0 0 0 0
19'13 I) 0 0 0 1913 0 0 0 0
19'14 0 0 1 1 19'74 0 0 0 0
19 '1!i 0 0 0 0 1915 0 0 0 0

69
TABLE IV. ARMS TRANSFERS BY COUNTRY BY YEAR-Continued
(Millions of dollars)

YEAR
EXPORTS

Currant
dollars
I Constant
dollars
IMPORTS

Current
dollars
I
Constant
dollars YEAR
Current
dollars
1
EXPORTS

Constant
dollars
IMPORTS

Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars

NIGERIA PANAMA
U&b 0 0 /J b 196b 0 0 0 0
191)7 0 0 24 35 l9f,1 0 0 0 0
19b8 0 0 19 27 19&8 0 0 0 0
191:19 0 0 u /J3 l9t.9 0 0 1 1
1910 0 0 1.1 '5 1970 0 0 0 0

1911 0 0 3 II 1971 0 0 3 II
191~ () 0 17 20 1972 0 0 3 3
19'73 0 n 13 111 19'1J 0 0 1 1
19'14 0 0 10 10 19'711 0 0 II II
19'15 0 0 52 Q8 1U5 0 0 ~ 2

NOR !Ol AV PARAG UAy


19bb 8 1111 19bb 0 0
'
j!Q 0 0
19b7 8 12 32 117 19~7 0 0 1 1
19b8 25 35 19&8 0
'
/J 0 2 3
Uo9 l 1 b"T 90 19&9 0 0 1 l
1970 0 0 3& lib 1970 0 0 1 1

19'71 ;J 4 u 1111 1971 0 0 1 1


t9'7a e q 10 35 1972 0 0 b 7
1911 ~ 3 511 59 1913 0 0 II II
1914 i.7 ~., 28 211 19711 0 0 1 1
1915 1 1 2b 211 1975 0 0 1 1

Qt.U N PERU
19oo 0 0 0 0 19bb 0 0 13 20
1967 0 0 0 0 19&'7 0 0 9 13
1h8 0 n 0 0 19&8 0 0 30 112
Uo9 0 0 2 3 1969 0 0 2'5 34
1910 0 0 9 12 1970 0 0 211 31
1911 0 0 0 1 1971 0 0 53 bli
UTZ 0 0 2 2 1972 0 0 80 93
1913 0 n 111 !5 uu 0 0 71 85
1974 0 0 3 3 19'711 0 0 '711 '711
191'!! 0 0 31 28 1975 0 0 108 99

PAl< I STA N PHII.tPPtNtl


1960 0 0 160 2113 19&41 0 0 20 30
1CJb7 0 0 39 58 19417 0 0 24 35
Uo& 0 0 n 9'7 u.s 0 0 22 31
Uo9 II 5 78 105 1h9 0 0 19 lb
19'70 0 0 410 77 1970 0 0 14 18
19'71 1 1 ll8 58 1911 0 0 15 18
1912 0 0 95 111 1972 0 0 31 341
t9U 0 0 132 1/J"'l 19?3 0 0 28 :u
19'74 0 0 <n 93 1974 0 0 29 29
19'75 1 1 68 &2 19'75 0 0 3ll 31

70
TABLE IV. ARMS TRANSFERS BY COUNTRY BY YEAR-Continued
(Millions of dollars}

YEAR
EXPORTS

Current
dollars
I Conatent
doll1n
Current
dollars
IMPORTS

I
Constant
dollars YEAR
~PORTS

Current
dollars
l Constant
dollars
IMPORTS

Current
dollars
I
Constant
dollars

POL. AND RWANDA


t~U 11.12 21!5 151 229 19&b 0 0 1 z
U&T 141.1 0!12 11.12 209 t9o7 0 0 0 0
19&8 151 213 121 111 19&8 0 0 0 0
1'&9 Ul.l 207 121 U2 11~o9 0 0 0 0
1970 151 192 121 1'54 UTO () 0 0 0
1971 tn 210 121 147 1971 0 0 0 0
197! 91 lOb 217 253 1972 0 0 0 0
1'13 61 fiT 100 110 1913 0 0 0 0
1974 zo 20 no 2~0 1971.1 0 0 0 0
1975 41 38 275 2'52 1975 0 0 0 0

PORTUGAL SAUDI UABIA


l9oo 0 0 22 33 19oo 0 0 25 38
1h7 0 0 21 !1 19b7 0 0 47 b9
19&8 1 l 57 80 1968 0 0 79 111
1969 1.1 5 20 27 1969 4 5 83 111
1970 0 0 55 10 1970 0 0 2b B

1'71 0 0 18 !2 1911 t 1 23
1972
un
1974
t
0
0
1
0
0
u
8
19
17
19
q 1~72
1973
1974
~
2
.,
b
3
2
0
i:
393 .
To
393
u

197'5 0 0 31 !8 1975 b 21.15 '.. 224

QATAR SENEGAL
l96b I I I I I I t. t I I I I 19oo 0 0 0 0
lh7 I I I I It I I I I I I 1967 0 0 0 0
19o8 Ill I I I I I I
••• 1968 0 0 0 0
19&9 I_ I I ~ t I, 1. I I I I I 19b9 0 0 1 1
1970 I I I I I I I I t I I I 1970 0 0 0 0
1911 •••0 I I I I I I I I I 1971 0 0 1 1
1972 0 0 0 1972 0 0 0 0
1973 0 0 0 0 1913 0 0 1 1
1971.1 0 0 1 1 1974 0 0 2 2
1975 0 0 1 1 1975 0 0 0 0

ROMANIA SURRA LEON[


196b 0 0 35 53 1966 0 0 0 0
lhT 1 1 40 59 19fl7 0 0 0 0
1968 0 0 39 55 1968 0 0 0 0
19&9 0 0 l9 52 19&9 0 0 0 0
1970 0 0 ~~ 50 1970 0 0 0 0
1911 1 l n 41 1911 0 0 0 0
un u 111 80 n 1972 0 0 0 0
1913 ·z 2 40 1.11.1 1973 0 0 0 0
1971.1 22 22 60 flO 1914 0 0 0 0
1975 0 0 121 111 1975 0 0 0 0

71
TABLE IV. ARMS TRANSFERS BY COUNTRY BY YEAR-Continued
(Millions of dollan)

EXPORTS IMPORTS ~PORTS IMPORTS

YEAR
Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars
Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars YEAR
Curnont
dollars
I Constant
dollars
Current
dollars
I Constant
dollars )
~

UNGVORE SOVU!!T UNlO!'t


19&& 0 0 0 0 19&& I bOO ;!51!0 1!45 nz
19&7 0 0 0 0 19&'7 lfi~O !830 !45 U1
19&8
19&9
0
0
0
0 9
0
12
0 19&8
1969 ''50
1110
2190
1490
11'5
111'5
24'7
!&2
19'70 0 0 18 u 19TO •~:.o 1950 195 248
1971
1972
0
& .0, 19
49
23
5'7
19'11
191~
lblO
~~h~O
1950
2820
195
100
23&
11&
19U 0 0 2& 29 UT3 'eoo 3150 100 110
19'74 2 a u u 19TII c870 1!870 40 40
1915 0 0 14 13 19T5 'b10 2390 29 21

SOMAl. !A SPAIN
19&& 0 0 5 8 1hb 0 9 12 18
19H 0 0 0 0 Ub1 u b l!8 41 )
19&8 0 0 4
19b9 0 0
.,b
0
8
~9&8
19b9
9
~
13
., 30
.,.,24
42
S2 ~
19'70 0 0 9 19TO 0 8 98
19'71
1972
0
0
0
0
1
T 8
1 1971
l9Ti .
c1
0
2&
., 90
12'7
109
148
19'73 0 0 17 19 un HI 20 105 11&
19'74 0 0 40 40 1974 i1 21 n 8J
19'75 0 0 50 42
"' 19'75 "b 122 11Z

SOUTH A'RICA
19&& 0 0 52 .,. $Rl I.ANKA t.Cit;YI,,ON>
19&6 0 0 1 2
19&7 0 0 14 21 1h7 0 0 0 0
lh8 0 0 l2 l'1 19b8 0 0 1 1
19&9 0 0 u u 1969 0 0 0 0
19'70 0 0 39 50 19'70 0 (I 0 0 I
19'71 0 0 30 S& 19T1 0 0 b .,
19'72 0 0 b! '7& 1912 0 0 2 2
1973 0 0 u 1"'~ 1
19'74
19'75
0
0
0
0
4&
'70
"'4&
64
1914
191~ '
0
0
(I
0
0
0
1
.,
0 0
b

SOUTH!RN RHOD!SIA $UOA N


19&& 0 0 0 0 19U 0 0 4 ~
19&'7 0 0 0 0 19&7 0 0 l 4
19&8 0 0 0 0 1h8 0 0 10 14
19&Q 0 0 0 0 19b9 0 0 18 24
19'70 0 0 0 0 1910 0 0 40 51
1911 0 0 0 0 l9T1 0 0 4 '5
I
19'7~ () 0 0 0 un 0 0 3 3
19'73 0 0 0 0 un 0 0 5 b J)
19'74 0 0 0 0 lU4 0 0 12 12
19'75 0 0 0 0 1915 0 0 0 0

72
TABLE IV. ARMS TRANSFERS BY COUNTRY BY YEAR-Continued
(Millions of dollan)

I I
EXPORTS IMPORTS EXPORTS IMPORTS

YEAR
Current
dollars
CoNunt
dollars
Current
doll.,.
Conatllnt
dollars YEAR
eu,.,..n.
dolton
I Consunt
doll.,.
Current
dotters
I
Constant
dollars

IURtN•M SVRU
19&6
1967
19~e
19U
'.II
I, I I
I I I
I I I
I I I
I I~
.. .
•••
~

I I I
I I I
~.

I I I
19bb
19&7
19b8
19fl9
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
se
40
23
8!5
5&
19'70
I, I I t I I I I t
••• 0 0 48 b4
••• ••• I I I I t I 1970 1 1 .1 18

1911 I. • • I I I I I I ttl 1911 0 0 110 tn


19'72 I I I I I t I I t I t I 19'72 0 0 163 190
19'fl t t I I t I 1. I I t,tl 19'73 0 0 '724 191
19'74 I I I t I I til til 19'14 0 0 U!i 4U
1'75 0 0 0 0 19'75 5 5 221 202

S~AllL.UoiD
19bb
Ub1 ~··
· - .. l
. ..
•••
•••
t. I I
• ••
~I I
TAIW.N(S!E CHIN., REPUBLIC 0!")

1h8 It I t t I
•••0 •••0 UNUI\jU
19&9 0 0 1966 0 0 4 6
t9'70 0 0 0 0 19b7 0 0 2 l
tt,68 0 0 4 b
uu 0 0 0 0 19&Cf 0 0 4 s
1Cf'72 0 0 0 0 1970 0 0 4 5
Utl 0 0 0 0
19'74 0 0 0 0 1911 0 0 30 3&
U75 0 0 0 0 1912 0 0 15 18
1913 0 0 u u
U74 0 0 3 3
SWEO!N 19'75 0 0 12 11
$9
~·1
lCfU 3 5
196'7 1 n 31
1968 '!I 7 5 7 Tld!L.ANO
ltU 1 1 6 8 1t&& 0 0 !.5 38
U70 13 17
• 10 196'1
19&8
0
0
0
0
5.
1:S 101
n
1971
1912
un
!13
44
12
64
51
u
3Z
14
' :57
1'!1
• 1Cfll9
19'70
0
1
0
1
48
JO
b4
J8
19"f4 31 !1 t• 1. U71 0 0 l8 4&
1915 42 38 115 14 19'7l 0 0 28 n
19U 0 0 u 41
1 Cf'7 4 0 0 42 42
SW!TURI,..ND 19 '715 1 1 41
u ••
19b7
0
1
0
1
~


114
13
"
1Cfel e 8 11 24
1Cf&Cf 2 3 :$8 IJ1
1Cf70 2 3 :so 31

197 1
un ,.,• 11
4:1 u
41
u '
19U 12 u 21! !4
1t'74 n n 38 sa
un !I !I~ 48 44

73
TABLE IV. ARMS TRANSFERS BY COUNTRY BY YEAR-Continued
(Millions of dollan)
~

YEAR
EXPORTS

Current
dollan
I Conotllnt
clollan
IMPORTS

Current
clollan
I
Conotllnt
dollan YEAR
EXPORTS

Current
dollon
I Conotllnt
dollan
IMPORTS

Current
clollon
I
Conltant
dollon
~

TOGO UGANDA
U&b 0 0 0 0 19&6 0 0 'S 8
19&7 0 0 0 0 19&7 0 0 0 0
19&8 0 0 0 0 19&8 0 0 II b
19&9 0 0 0 0 19&9 0 0 1 1
1970 0 0 0 0 1970 0 0 1 1
)
1971 0 0 1 1 1971 0 0 0 0
197Z 0 0 ~ a 1972 0 0 5 b
19'73 0 0 0 0 U73 0 0 3 3
19711 0 0 1 1 19711 0 0 II II
197'5 0 0 5 5 1975 0 0 45 Ill

TRINIDAD + TOBAGO
19611
1967
19&8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
UNITED ARAB EMIRATE!
19&&
19&7
19&8
•••
•••
~

•••
.. •• •• •t • ••
• ••
19&9 0 0 0 0 19&9 ••• • t •
•I •• • t.

1970 0 0 0 0 1970
I t I
••• I t
••• )
t I t •• • ••• •••
U71 0 0 0 0 1971
1972 0 0 2 2 1972
• •0• • • 0• •••8 It I
9 t
1913 0 0 ·0 0 un 0 0 10 11
1974 0 0 0 0 1974 0 0 :52 32
1915 0 0 0 0 1975 & 5 18 17 ~1
TUNISU UNlTED KlNGDO~
19&6 lj
0 0 0 0 19&& 147 223 56 85
19&7 0 0 1 1 19117 91 111:5 113 255
19&8
19lt9
0 0 2 3 19&8 U9 ll4 no '5!2 \,
0 0 9 12 19&9 197 2&4 3!i4 47S
1970 0 0 10 u 1970 83 10& 54 69
'
1971 0 0 b 7 1971 178 216 69 811
1972 0 0 8 q 1972 JU 3b3 18 44
1913 0 0 II 4 l'J73 331 lob }8 Ill
1914 0 0 5 5 19111 11&3 4&3 13 13
191'5 0 0 9 8 1975 118 l4b 110 101

TURKfV UNITED STATU


19&6 1b 24 16& 252 Ubb 1890 2870 13 111
1967 . 0 0 21ll 315 19&7 2210 :5290 1tll 1&8
19&8 0 0 20'5 289 1968 2&90 3190 1n 252
19&9 I) 0 241 :Ul U&9 3'500 4700 U! 289
1970 :5 (j 250 lU 1970 uan 3980 188 2ll0
1911 0 0 2U 319 1971 3180 11100 152 184
1972 0 0 Jl1 181 1972 ll100 4710 1'38 184
1913 0 0 165 1!'2 1913 5020 5520 111 188
1974 0 0 20'5 20'!1 1914 4160 4lb0 1U tU
1975 1 1 lU 1'52 1975 ll850 4440 144 U2

74
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TABLE IV. ARMS TRANSFERS BY COUNTRY BY YEAR~ntinued


(Millions of dollars)

I l
EXPORTS IMPORTS EXPORTS IMPORTS

YEAR
Current
dollon
Co-t
dollon
Current
doll..
Conount
dollon YEAR
Current
doll..
-~ Constant
dollon
Current
doll..
I
Constant
dollars

Ull'fiiR VOLTA V!!TNAfi4, NORTH


Ull. 0 0 0 0 19blt 0 0 610 925
19ft7 0 0 0 0 19f!1 0 0 !130 1220
19ft8 0 0 0 0 19ft8 0 0 530 141
uu 0 0 0 0 i'JfJ9 0 0 JU 1123
1970 0 0 0 0 1970 0 0 200 25'5

~''1 0 0 0 0 19'7'1 0 0 310 31ft


19'7'2 0 0 1 1 U72 0 0 '7'115 8&7
1913 0 0 1 1 1n1 0 0 325 358
19'7'11 0 0 2 2 19711 0 0 400 4100
19U 0 0 4 4 un 0 0 155 142

URUGUAY VIf'n.UM, SOUTH


tUft 0 0 4 ft 1966 0 0 121 t 10 0
19ft7 0 0 1 1 1961 0 0 510 751
19118 0 0 1 1 19ft8 1 1 12b 1020
19ft9 0 0 -2 J 19#,9 2 3 9311 12'SO
1970 0 0 ft
1971 0 0 13
' 1ft
1970
1911 1
4 5

1
911
803
1110
974
uu 0 0 ft 1 1972 2 2 1310 1530
un 0 0 9 10 1973 0 0 1140 1!50
1974 0 0 3 J i'JT4 0 0 ftft5 h5
19'7'5 0 0 3 J 197!5 0 0 906 1129

USSR(S!! SOV!!T UN JON) V!M!N (AD!N)


196.
• •• • ••
V!N!ZUELA
1h1
1968
~-·0
••• •~··
•0• •••2 I I I
l
uu 0 0 1 11 19biJ 0 0 ft 8
19117 0 0 10 1!1 1910 0 0 4 5
uu 0 0 3 II
1969 0 0 J 4 1971 0 0 5 6
1970 1 1 3 4 uu 0 0 u 18
1973 0 0 10 ll
19'7'1 0 0 20 24 1974 0 0 30 30
1912 0 0 u 1!5 19'7''5 0 0 34 31
un 1 1 92 101
19'7'4 0 0 8ft. !16
un 0 0 sa n '{~EME'N (SANA)
19&6
un
0
0
0
0
_..4
1' 0 •
15
uu 0
1969
1970
0
0
0
0
0
'
1
I
1
1
J

1971 0 0 0 0
1912 0 0 8
1973
1974
0
0
0
0
4
15
"4
15
lt'1!1 0 0 16 t!l

75

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TABLE IV. ARMS TRANSFERS BY COUNTRY BY YEAR-Continued
(Millions of dollan)

EXPORTS IMPORTS

YEAR
Current
dollars
I Constant
dollors
Current
dollars
I Const•nt
dollars

VUGOSI.AVU
1'&& 4 & ss l 83
19&7 0 0 107 158
19&8 tO 14 87 1!3
19&9 2 3 20 27
1970 4 5 2 3

1971 0 0 33 40
1972 4 5 n •z
24 40
1973
1914
1117§
22
&
48 44
b 5&
72
§b ""&6
lAlRf
19&b 0 0 5 8
111&7 0 0 3 4
19&8 0 0 !!I 7
1CJ&9 0 0 a J
1970 0 0 1 9

1911 0 0 /19 23
1912 0 0 10 12
1911 0 0 lS 6
1974 0 0 48 48
1915 0 0 15 14

ZAMBIA
U&b 0 0 l e, q
19b7 0 0 0 0
19&8 0 0 1 1
19&9 0 0 1 1
U10 0 0 3 4
1911 0 0 5 b
1972 0 0 22 Z&
un 0 0 q 10
1974 0 0 3 J
10
U15 0 0
'

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TABLE V. TOTAL ARMS TRANSFERS OF MAJOR SUPPLIERS FROM 196fl • 197 , BY RECIPIENT COUNTRY
(Million Current Dollars)

People's F-rol
Unitod Soviet United Czocho- Republic Ropublic All
Recipient Totol StotH Union France Kingdom slovakia of China Poland Canada of Germany Others

WORLD TOTAL 70355 34923 20155 3222 23115 2223 13&9 1210 1200 1128 asso
DEVELOPED* 19021 7409 5895 113& ezo 14 5111 bll2 893 998 700
DEVELOPING 513311 275111 1112&0 ~086 15Z5 2209 855 5&8 307 130 1880
NATO 12&91 8878 • 935 58& •
WARSAW PACT 8017 • 6298 12 • 111
749 • 900 • &43
DPECu 8987 3491 2&19 728 8'.53 0
• 6117 • 101& 30
250 180 H 690
E.'UROPE 2osoa 9100 &921 to:so 168 91 682 651 1011 10211 125
NUO EUROPE 10&27 835& • 8&8 94 • • 135 • 525
BELGIUM• 1153 222 • 110 14 • toll • 2 • 11
DEN~ ARK• 203 •
FRANCh
100 1 • • t1 • 5 • eo
179 1711 • • • • • • • • 1
GER~ANV, PED 1 REP 1 * 27117 22115 • 359 28 • • • • • 115
GREECe: 1357 10911 • 130 • • 97 • 1 • 29
ICEL,A ND• 0 • • • • • • • • 5
ITA(. V* 871 711 • 108 • 55 • • • 2
LUXEMBO URG• 9 9 • • • • • • • • •
NETHERLANDS* 530 2111 • 91 18 • 84 • 102 • u
NORWAY. 3b3 2111 • 7 22 • 35 • 19 • 53
PORTUGAl.*
TURKEV
Zoo 3Z • 130 • • 30 • • • 111
2302 2011 • • 10 • 1511 • • • 121
UNITED KINGDOM• 1335 1287 • 2 • • 19 • • • l1
WARSAW PACT 8017 • 12 • 14 • &47 • 101ft 30
BULGARIA 537 • 5111 • • • • 5 • 1e •
CZECHOSLOVAKIA• 1199 • 1U4 • • • • • •
G!RMAN DEM: REF',•
HUNGAAV.
POl. AND•
2020
551
1659



1950
533
1U1
..•
• •









28





35
10
18

••

ROMANih IIJ3<! • 50b • • • • • •
SOVIET UNION1! 1519 • • • • • • &14 • 875 30
OTHER EUROF't!AN 1918 744 023 15& 14 77 33 II 29 8 110
A(. BANtA
AUSTRih
77 • • • • 11 • • • • •
17 25 • 8 3 • • • • 40
f'INL.AND• 1'.58 2 111 1 • • • • • • 211
I~EL.iANO• • •
5 1 3 • • • • •
MALTA • • • • • • • • • • •
SPAIN 698 498 • 125 • • 10 • 29 • ]b
SWEDEN• 129 811 • II 18 • s • • • 1&
SWITZI!RI.AND•
VUGOSI.AVIA
2113
551
131
l
• 10
s
51
l

• .,
10 •4 •


8
41
t1

77
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TABLE V. TOTAL ARMS TRANSFERS OF MAJOR SUPPLIERS FROM 1966-197 , BY RECIPIENT COUNTRY-Continued
(Million Current Dollars)

People's Fodlrol
United Soviet United Czocho- Republic Republic All
Roclp'-nt Totol Stetn Union France Kingdom slovekie of China Pol end Canedo of Germany Others

EAST ASIA 21505 15682 3705 45 tl4 1&66 26 5 10 202


BURl! A !q • 2 3 • • • • 5
CAMBOOU 72& 8 3 • • • • 1
CHI~A, REP 0
PfOPL~IS 157 • 155 2 • • • • • • •
CHINA, REPUBLIC OF 1696 1693 • • • • • • • • 3
!NOONS'! I A** 170 1011 5 • • s • 45
JAPAN* 602 601 • • • • • • • •
KOREA, NORTH so• • • • 2&11 • • • • •
KOREA, R~PUB~IC OP 211~2 2438 • 7 • • • • • • 1
LAOS 732 729 • • • • • • • •
MALAYSU 253 79 • &II • 2 • 21 • 5CJ

MONGOL U • • • • • • • • • • •
PHILIPPINES 2!6 218 • • 3 • 2 • • •
SINGA!'ORE 1117 53 • 116 • 10 • • •
THAILAND 11311 1115 • • 13 & • • • •
VIETNAM, NORTH 111120 • 2990 • • 1395 • • • 10 25
VIETNAM, SOUTH 8632 • • • • • • • •
NEAR EAST 1611!U 71175 &300 51111 775 224 3117 116 32 701
BAHRAIN • • • • • • • • ·• • •
CYPRUS 2 • • • • • • 2 • • •
EGYPT i!180 • 2116!5 87 11 • 25 152 • 8 32
IRANU 3877 2702 589 1 2211 • 113 z • 201
IRAQ** 17i!' 1 2 13113 3& II H 100 • 4 193
ISRAEL. 40ll 3856 • 109 Z!l • • • • 37
JORDAN 5!8 1100 • 5 s• • • • • • 111
KUWAIT••
L.UANON
fiT
126
1t1
21

II 11• 'J1
3


18

• •


• 17
2
OMAN 01 3 • • 21 • • • • 112
QAHR** 2 • • • z • • • • • •
S.AUOI .ARABIA** 10!8 • 190 33& • 10 • • • zq
SYRIA 1905 1758 • 1 2 21 87 • 20 t3
UNITED .ARAB EMIR~** 77 • • 29 :JO • • • • • 18
YEMEN (ADEN) 126 • 114 • 1 • • • • • 11
YEMf;N (SANA) • • • • • 32
SOUTH .ASIA 29111
.
260 •& 350 102 10 27 U5
.AI'GH.ANUTAN 309 • -309 • • • • • • • •
IUNG~AOESH 53 • 30 • • • • • • •
INDIA U90 41 UT'J 39 7e • 4 811 • 27
NEPAL 2 • • • 1 • • • 1 • •
PAKISTAN 8112 83 221 11 J50 25 18 9 • 100
SRI LANI(A . 18 2 10 • • • • • • •

78
TABLE V. TOTAL ARMS TRANSFERS OF MAJOR SUPPLIERS FROM 196S -197( BY RECIPIENT COUNTRY-Continued
(Million Current Dollanf

People's F-