Revealed: how much each Nato member spends on defence

Find out how much each of the 28 members spent on defence as a percentage of GDP

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Nato members pledged during a summit in Wales last year to reverse the trend of declining defence budgets and increase investment as economies recovered.

They agreed that countries already meeting the target of spending 2% of national income would continue to do so and those failing to reach the figure would halt any decline and move towards the agreed level.

Here is a breakdown of how much each of the 28 alliance members spent on defence as a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP) in 2013 according to Nato records:
  • Albania - 1.4
  • Belgium - 1
  • Bulgaria - 1.4
  • Canada - 1
  • Croatia - 1.5
  • Czech Republic - 1.1
  • Denmark - 1.4
  • Estonia - 2
  • France - 1.9
  • Germany - 1.3
  • Greece - 2.3
  • Hungary - 0.9
  • Italy - 1.2
  • Latvia - 0.9
  • Lithuania - 0.8
  • Luxembourg - 0.4
  • Netherlands - 1.3
  • Norway - 1.4
  • Poland - 1.8
  • Portugal - 1.5
  • Romania - 1.4
  • Slovakia - 1
  • Slovenia - 1.1
  • Spain - 0.9
  • Turkey - 1.8
  • United Kingdom - 2.4
  • United States - 4.4
Iceland is not included in the list because it has no armed forces.

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