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Household final consumption expenditure in the Syrian Arab Republic

1,762.71B Domestic Currency in 2010

Between 1991 and 2010, household final consumption expenditure of Syrian Arab Republic grew substantially from 199,699 million to 1,762,709 million domestic currency rising at an increasing annual rate that reached a maximum of 36.11% in 1996 and then decreased to 15.06% in 2010.

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Date Value Change, %
2010 1,762,709,625,620.18 15.06 %
2009 1,532,037,344,858.90 6.21 %
2008 1,442,526,060,779.32 15.80 %
2007 1,245,653,363,771.64 8.42 %
2006 1,148,903,531,907.55 4.90 %
2005 1,095,210,046,161.18 22.99 %
2004 890,474,107,449.08 19.32 %
2003 746,291,358,877.53 7.61 %
2002 693,503,997,723.97 10.04 %
2001 630,235,848,658.90 2.48 %
2000 614,973,805,303.01 7.07 %
1999 574,378,053,765.76
Household final consumption expenditure in the Syrian Arab Republic
Constant Prices Local Currency 601.66B constant LCU in 2002 WB
Current Prices Local Currency 1,192.23B current LCU in 2007 WB
Current Prices U.S. Dollars 23.87B current US$ in 2007 WB
Iraq 87,290.98B Domestic Currency in 2010 IMF
Lebanon 50,710.76B Domestic Currency in 2010 IMF
Turkey 731.46B Domestic Currency in 2010 IMF
Saudi Arabia 639.42B Domestic Currency in 2010 IMF
United Arab Emirates 518.5B Domestic Currency in 2010 IMF
Israel 495.72B Domestic Currency in 2010 IMF
Qatar 73.65B Domestic Currency in 2010 IMF
Jordan 14.15B Domestic Currency in 2010 IMF
Cyprus 12.77B Domestic Currency in 2010 IMF
General Government Final Consumption Expenditure 12.31 % in 2007 WB

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