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Ireland Government Budget: Revenues and Spending

Ireland Government Budget Data

Indicator Data Period
Government Budget Value 1832 EUR Million | 1.944 B USD 1Q/23
Government Spending 11642 EUR Million | 12.351 B USD 2Q/23
Government Revenues 27684 EUR Million | 29.37 B USD 1Q/23
Government Budget to GDP 1.6 % 2022
Government Spending to GDP 21.4 % 2022


Latest data on Government Budget Value (EUR Million)

Government Budget Value
                     Ireland - Historical Data (EUR Million)

How much is Ireland Government Budget?

  • The surplus of government budget in Ireland decreased to 1832 EUR Million (1.944 B USD) in the first quarter of 2023. The maximum surplus was 4172 EUR Million and deficit was -17309 EUR Million.
  • Data published Quarterly by Central Statistics Office.

Historical Data (EUR Million) by years

Data
Period
Date
1832 1Q/23 19.07.2023
4784 4Q/22 09.05.2023
2707 3Q/22 25.01.2023
-1409 2Q/22 28.10.2022
279 1Q/22 05.10.2022
3541 4Q/21 18.05.2022
-2898 3Q/21 02.03.2022
-2512 2Q/21 18.01.2022


Historical Chart by presidents (EUR Million)

Government Budget Value in Ireland by presidents

Name Period Start Data End Data Max Value Min Value CHG% Start/End
Michael Higgins 11.11.2011 - -2362.0000 -1304.0000 2107.0000 -4927.0000 -44.79%
Mary McAleese 10.11.1997 - 11.11.2011 -413.0000 -1684.0000 6733.0000 -4582.0000 307.75%
Mary Robinson 02.12.1990 - 12.09.1997 143.0000 1356.0000 1356.0000 -753.0000 848.25%
Patrick Hillery 03.12.1976 - 02.12.1990 -50.0000 166.0000 535.0000 -882.0000 -432.00%
Cearbhail O Dalaigh 19.12.1974 - 22.10.1976 -21.0000 -29.0000 -21.0000 -122.0000 38.10%


Latest data on Government Spending (EUR Million)

Government Spending
                     Ireland - Historical Data (EUR Million)

What is current Ireland Government Spending?

  • Government Spending in Ireland increased to 11642 EUR Million (12.351 B USD) in the second quarter of 2023. The maximum volume was 9807 EUR Million and minimum was 3969 EUR Million
  • Data published Quarterly by Central Statistics Office.

Historical Data (EUR Million) by years

Data
Period
Date
11642 2Q/23 07.09.2023
11022 1Q/23 03.06.2023
11129 4Q/22 04.03.2023
10791 3Q/22 03.12.2022
10947 2Q/22 03.09.2022
10488 1Q/22 04.06.2022
10566 4Q/21 05.03.2022
10443 3Q/21 18.01.2022


Historical Chart by presidents (EUR Million)

Government Spending in Ireland by presidents

Name Period Start Data End Data Max Value Min Value CHG% Start/End
Michael Higgins 11.11.2011 - 6410.0000 7302.0000 7302.0000 6049.0000 13.92%
Mary McAleese 10.11.1997 - 11.11.2011 4282.0000 6503.0000 7428.0000 4282.0000 51.87%
Mary Robinson 02.12.1990 - 12.09.1997 4255.0000 4432.0000 4432.0000 4255.0000 4.16%


Latest data on Government Revenues (EUR Million)

Government Revenues
                     Ireland - Historical Data (EUR Million)

How much is Ireland Government Revenue?

  • Government Revenues in Ireland decreased to 27684 EUR Million (29.37 B USD) in the first quarter of 2023. The maximum volume was 27344 EUR Million and minimum was 315 EUR Million
  • Data published Quarterly by Central Statistics Office.

Historical Data (EUR Million) by years

Data
Period
Date
27684 1Q/23 19.07.2023
34800 4Q/22 09.05.2023
28490 3Q/22 25.01.2023
27040 2Q/22 28.10.2022
24150 1Q/22 05.10.2022
31119 4Q/21 18.05.2022
23209 3Q/21 02.03.2022
23650 2Q/21 18.01.2022


Historical Chart by presidents (EUR Million)

Government Revenues in Ireland by presidents

Name Period Start Data End Data Max Value Min Value CHG% Start/End
Michael Higgins 11.11.2011 - 13018.0000 13018.0000 13018.0000 13018.0000 0.00%


Latest data on Government Budget to GDP (%)

Government Budget to GDP
                     Ireland - Historical Data (%)

What is the deficit of Ireland Government Budget?

  • The deficit of Current Account to GDP in Ireland increased to 1.6 % in 2022. The maximum surplus was 4.9 % and deficit was -32.1 %.
  • Data published Yearly by Central Statistics Office.

Historical Data (%) by years

Data
Period
Date
1.6 2022 13.04.2023
-1.7 2021 03.05.2022
-5 2020 22.04.2021
0.4 2019 21.04.2020
0.1 2018 04.07.2019


Historical Chart by presidents (%)

Government Budget to GDP in Ireland by presidents

Name Period Start Data End Data Max Value Min Value CHG% Start/End


Latest data on Government Spending to GDP (%)

Government Spending to GDP
                     Ireland - Historical Data (%)

What is Ireland government spending ratio to GDP?

  • Government Spending to GDP in Ireland decreased to 21.4 % in 2022. The maximum level was 65.1 % and minimum was 24.6 %.
  • Data published Yearly by Eurostat.

Historical Data (%) by years

Data
Period
Date
21.4 2022 21.04.2023
24.9 2021 20.07.2022
28.4 2020 17.05.2021
24.8 2019 22.04.2020
25.7 2018 04.07.2019


Historical Chart by presidents (%)

Government Spending to GDP in Ireland by presidents

Name Period Start Data End Data Max Value Min Value CHG% Start/End

Other budget indicators in Ireland

Index Updated Actual Previous
Government Debt to GDP 2022 44.7 % 55.4
Fiscal Expenditure  2022 1942.523 B USD 1674.914
Military Expenditure 2022 1.164 B USD 1.268

Government Budget to GDP in other countries

Country Updated Actual Previous
Austria 2022 -3.2 % -5.8
Ireland 2022 1.6 % -1.6
Luxembourg 2022 0.2 % 0.7
Spain 2022 -4.8 % -6.9
Iceland 2022 -4.3 % -8.4
Norway 2022 26 % 10.6
Belarus 2021 -0.3 % -1.3
Belgium 2022 -3.9 % -5.5
Bulgaria 2022 -2.8 % -3.9
Croatia 2022 0.4 % -2.5
Cyprus 2022 2.1 % -2
Czech Republic 2022 -3.2 % -5.1
Denmark 2022 3.3 % 3.6
Estonia 2022 -0.9 % -2.4
Euro Area 2022 -3.6 % -5.3
Finland 2022 -0.9 % -2.8
France 2022 -4.7 % -6.5
Germany 2022 -2.6 % -3.7
Greece 2022 -2.3 % -7.1
Hungary 2022 -6.2 % -7.1
Italy 2022 -8 % -9
Latvia 2022 -4.4 % -7.1
Lithuania 2022 -0.6 % -1.2
Macedonia 2022 -4.1 % -5.4
Malta 2022 -5.8 % -7.8
Moldova 2022 -3.3 % -2.6
Montenegro 2022 -4.6 % -1.7
Netherlands 2022 0 % -2.4
Poland 2022 -3.7 % -1.8
Portugal 2022 -0.4 % -2.9
Romania 2022 -5.8 % -7.1
Russia 2022 -2.3 % 0.8
Serbia 2022 -3.3 % -4.6
Slovakia 2022 -2 % -5.4
Slovenia 2022 -3 % -4.6
Sweden 2022 0.7 % 0
Switzerland 2022 1 % -0.3
Turkey 2022 -0.9 % -2.8
Ukraine 2022 -16.3 % -3.4
United Kingdom 2022 -5.5 % -5.2
Albania 2022 -3.8 % -4.5
Bosnia and Herzegovina 2022 -0.4 % -0.3
Kosovo 2021 -0.9 % -7.6