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Thailand Government Budget: Revenues and Spending

Thailand Government Budget Data

Indicator Data Period
Government Budget Value 130338 THB Million | 3.982 B USD Sep/22
Government Spending 415625 THB Million | 12.698 B USD 3Q/22
Government Revenues 209771 THB Million | 6.409 B USD Nov/22
Government Budget to GDP -4.9 % 2022


Latest data on Government Budget Value (THB Million)

Government Budget Value
                     Thailand - Historical Data (THB Million)

How much is Thailand Government Budget?

  • The surplus of government budget in Thailand increased to 130338 THB Million (3.982 B USD) in September 2022. The maximum surplus was 217720 THB Million and deficit was -258195 THB Million.
  • Data published Monthly by Central Bank.

Historical Data (THB Million) by years

Data
Period
Date
130338 Sep/22 09.11.2022
34090 Jan/22 14.03.2022
-17025 Apr/21 23.06.2021
10137 Jan/21 28.02.2021
13238 Aug/20 14.10.2020
-19521 May/20 20.07.2020
17939 Nov/19 27.01.2020
-14697 Jul/19 29.10.2019


Historical Chart by prime ministers (THB Million)

Government Budget Value in Thailand by prime ministers

Name Period Start Data End Data Max Value Min Value CHG% Start/End
Prayut Chan-o-cha 22.05.2014 - 34033.0000 22596.0000 181998.0000 -252799.0000 -33.61%
Yingluck Shinawatra 05.08.2011 - 07.05.2014 8913.0000 -31838.0000 217720.0000 -158934.0000 -457.21%
Abhisit Vejjajiva 15.12.2008 - 05.08.2011 -50367.0000 -24646.0000 211766.0000 -89903.0000 -51.07%
Surayud Chulanont 01.10.2006 - 29.01.2008 20952.0000 1442.0000 105336.0000 -110862.0000 -93.12%


Latest data on Government Spending (THB Million)

Government Spending
                     Thailand - Historical Data (THB Million)

What is current Thailand Government Spending?

  • Government Spending in Thailand decreased to 415625 THB Million (12.698 B USD) in the third quarter of 2022. The maximum volume was 410629 THB Million and minimum was 113953 THB Million
  • Data published Quarterly by Office of the National Economic and Social Development Council.

Historical Data (THB Million) by years

Data
Period
Date
415625 3Q/22 26.11.2022
419740 2Q/22 25.08.2022
423878 1Q/22 21.05.2022
436944 4Q/21 26.02.2022
417833 3Q/21 18.01.2022
407010 2Q/21 21.08.2021
401695 1Q/21 22.05.2021
402729 4Q/20 20.02.2021


Historical Chart by prime ministers (THB Million)

Government Spending in Thailand by prime ministers

Name Period Start Data End Data Max Value Min Value CHG% Start/End
Prayut Chan-o-cha 22.05.2014 - 364624.0000 392389.0000 397726.0000 359249.0000 7.61%
Yingluck Shinawatra 05.08.2011 - 07.05.2014 328943.0000 355846.0000 364824.0000 319178.0000 8.18%
Abhisit Vejjajiva 15.12.2008 - 05.08.2011 278635.0000 326212.0000 326531.0000 278635.0000 17.08%
Surayud Chulanont 01.10.2006 - 29.01.2008 227391.0000 242643.0000 252852.0000 227391.0000 6.71%


Latest data on Government Revenues (THB Million)

Government Revenues
                     Thailand - Historical Data (THB Million)

How much is Thailand Government Revenue?

  • Government Revenues in Thailand increased to 209771 THB Million (6.409 B USD) in November 2022. The maximum volume was 381711 THB Million and minimum was 14663 THB Million
  • Data published Monthly by Central Bank.

Historical Data (THB Million) by years

Data
Period
Date
209771 Nov/22 31.12.2022
207874 Oct/22 03.12.2022
309045 Sep/22 05.11.2022
206399 Aug/22 01.10.2022
136577 Jul/22 03.09.2022
375301 Jun/22 30.07.2022
204339 May/22 02.07.2022
193540 Apr/22 04.06.2022


Historical Chart by prime ministers (THB Million)

Government Revenues in Thailand by prime ministers

Name Period Start Data End Data Max Value Min Value CHG% Start/End
Prayut Chan-o-cha 22.05.2014 - 207367.0000 207367.0000 207367.0000 207367.0000 0.00%


Latest data on Government Budget to GDP (%)

Government Budget to GDP
                     Thailand - Historical Data (%)

What is the deficit of Thailand Government Budget?

  • The deficit of Current Account to GDP in Thailand increased to 4.9 % in 2022. The maximum surplus was 4.9 % and deficit was -6.1 %.
  • Data published Yearly by Ministry of Finance.

Historical Data (%) by years

Data
Period
Date
-4.9 2022 08.08.2022
-6.1 2020 13.07.2021
-1.9 2019 26.04.2020
-2.5 2018 04.07.2019


Historical Chart by prime ministers (%)

Government Budget to GDP in Thailand by prime ministers

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

Other budget indicators in Thailand

Index Updated Actual Previous
Government Debt to GDP 2021 59.61 % 50.5
Fiscal Expenditure  Nov/22 5.49 B USD 13.853
Military Expenditure 2021 6.604 B USD 7.269

Government Budget to GDP in other countries

Country Updated Actual Previous
Bangladesh 2021 -6.23 % -5.48
Jordan 2021 -5.4 % -7
Kyrgyzstan 2021 -0.2 % 0.5
Mongolia 2021 -6.8 % -11.5
Nepal 2021 -6.3 % -6.8
Palestine 2021 1.9 % -0.7
Tajikistan 2021 0.2 % 0.3
Cambodia 2020 -2.6 % 0.5
China 2021 -3.1 % -3.7
Georgia 2021 -6 % -9.3
India 2021 -6.9 % -9.5
Israel 2022 0.6 % -4.4
Pakistan 2021 -7.1 % -8.1
South Korea 2021 -5.6 % -3.5
Taiwan 2021 -0.5 % -2.9
Vietnam 2021 -3.41 % 4
Maldives 2021 -16.6 % -23.5
Armenia 2021 -4.6 % -5.4
Hong Kong 2021 -3.6 % -12
Indonesia 2022 -2.38 % -4.65
Japan 2021 -5.9 % -9.3
Kazakhstan 2020 -4 % -1.8
Lebanon 2020 -3.5 % -10.4
Malaysia 2021 -6.4 % -6.2
Philippines 2021 -8.6 % -7.6
Qatar 2021 0.24 % -2
Singapore 2021 -0.9 % -10.8
Sri Lanka 2021 -12.2 % -11.1
Thailand 2022 -4.9 % -9.1
Oman 2021 -2.6 % -16
Iran 2021 -3.9 % -9.5
Laos 2021 -1.3 % -5.2
Azerbaijan 2022 -1 % -1.1
Kuwait 2021 -0.5 % -12.8
Saudi Arabia 2021 -2.3 % -11.2
Bahrain 2021 -35 % -13.1
United Arab Emirates 2021 0.8 % -4.9
Yemen 2018 -4.4 % -4.8
Turkmenistan 2021 -0.3 % 0.1
Uzbekistan 2021 -6 % -4.4
Iraq 2021 -0.8 % -12.8
Syria 2012 -11.4 % -1.14
Afghanistan 2021 -4.5 % -3.4
Bhutan 2021 -6.3 % -1.9
Brunei 2020 -19.3 % -5.6
Mauritius 2021 -5 % -5.6