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Brazil is the top country by surface water inflow not submitted to treaties in the world. As of 2014, surface water inflow not submitted to treaties in Brazil was 2,986 billion cubic meters per year that accounts for 29.33 % of the world's surface water inflow not submitted to treaties. The top 5 countries (others are Bangladesh, India, Viet Nam, and Argentina) account for 56.82 % of it. The world's total surface water inflow not submitted to treaties was estimated at 10,180.4 billion cubic meters per year in 2014.The description is composed by our digital data assistant.
Long-term average quantity of water annually entering the country through transboundary flow (rivers, canals, pipes). This figure concerns only the flows which are not submitted to formal agreements or treaties