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Percentage of GDP Spent on Health Care, 2014

Source: OECD 2016
  • Australia

    9.0%

  • Canada

    10.5%

  • China

    5.6%

  • Denmark

    10.7%

  • France

    11.8%

  • Germany

    11.0%

  • India

    4.7%

  • Israel

    7.4%

  • Italy

    9.1%

  • Japan

    11.4%

  • Netherlands

    10.9%

  • New Zealand

    10.9%

  • Norway

    9.3%

  • Singapore

    4.9%

  • Sweden

    11.7%

  • Switzerland

    11.4%

  • Taiwan

    n/a

  • United Kingdom

    10.2%

  • United States

    17.2%

In Australia, China, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, and Switzerland, current spending only, and excludes spending on capital formation of health care providers. China data from China Health and Family Planning Statistical Yearbook, 2015; Denmark data from 2013; Israel data from 2012; Singapore data from World Bank, 2015.