Hungary Military Spending/Defense Budget 1968-2021

Military expenditures data from SIPRI are derived from the NATO definition, which includes all current and capital expenditures on the armed forces, including peacekeeping forces; defense ministries and other government agencies engaged in defense projects; paramilitary forces, if these are judged to be trained and equipped for military operations; and military space activities. Such expenditures include military and civil personnel, including retirement pensions of military personnel and social services for personnel; operation and maintenance; procurement; military research and development; and military aid (in the military expenditures of the donor country).
  • Hungary military spending/defense budget for 2019 was $1.90B, a 6.3% increase from 2018.
  • Hungary military spending/defense budget for 2018 was $1.79B, a 22.46% increase from 2017.
  • Hungary military spending/defense budget for 2017 was $1.46B, a 13.53% increase from 2016.
  • Hungary military spending/defense budget for 2016 was $1.29B, a 13.79% increase from 2015.
Data Source: World Bank

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Country Name Billions of US $
United States $731.75B
Saudi Arabia $61.87B
France $50.12B
Germany $49.28B
United Kingdom $48.65B
Japan $47.61B
South Korea $43.89B
Italy $26.79B
Australia $25.91B
Canada $22.20B
Israel $20.46B
Spain $17.18B
Netherlands $12.06B
Poland $11.90B
Singapore $11.21B
Kuwait $7.71B
Norway $7.00B
Oman $6.73B
Sweden $5.92B
Greece $5.47B
Chile $5.18B
Switzerland $5.18B
Belgium $4.82B
Denmark $4.56B
Portugal $4.51B
Finland $3.97B
Austria $3.24B
Argentina $3.14B
New Zealand $2.93B
Czech Republic $2.91B
Hungary $1.90B
Slovak Republic $1.87B
Bahrain $1.40B
Uruguay $1.15B
Ireland $1.11B
Lithuania $1.08B
Croatia $1.01B
Latvia $0.71B
Estonia $0.66B
Slovenia $0.57B
Luxembourg $0.43B
Brunei $0.41B
Cyprus $0.40B
Trinidad and Tobago $0.17B
Malta $0.08B
Seychelles $0.02B
Panama $0.00B
Iceland $0.00B
Hungary Military Spending/Defense Budget - Historical Data
Year Billions of US $ % of GDP
2019 $1.90B 1.22%
2018 $1.79B 1.15%
2017 $1.46B 1.05%
2016 $1.29B 1.02%
2015 $1.13B 0.92%
2014 $1.21B 0.86%
2013 $1.28B 0.95%
2012 $1.32B 1.03%
2011 $1.47B 1.05%
2010 $1.35B 1.03%
2009 $1.48B 1.13%
2008 $1.87B 1.18%
2007 $1.78B 1.27%
2006 $1.41B 1.22%
2005 $1.60B 1.41%
2004 $1.53B 1.47%
2003 $1.40B 1.64%
2002 $1.08B 1.59%
2001 $0.85B 1.57%
2000 $0.72B 1.51%
1999 $0.70B 1.43%
1998 $0.62B 1.27%
1997 $0.70B 1.48%
1996 $0.59B 1.26%
1995 $0.61B 1.32%
1994 $0.76B 1.82%
1993 $0.74B 1.91%
1992 $0.81B 2.18%
1991 $0.72B 2.16%
1990 $0.85B 2.56%
1989 $0.81B 2.79%
1988 $1.03B 3.60%
1987 $0.82B 3.16%
1986 $0.77B 3.22%
1985 $1.03B 4.97%
1984 $0.64B 3.15%
1983 $0.70B 3.34%
1982 $0.75B 3.24%
1981 $0.76B 3.33%
1980 $0.74B 3.34%
1979 $0.62B 3.24%
1978 $0.54B 3.24%
1977 $0.42B 2.96%
1976 $0.38B 3.01%
1975 $0.37B 3.34%
1974 $0.31B 3.21%
1973 $0.26B 3.01%
1972 $0.23B 3.27%
1971 $0.23B 3.74%
1970 $0.22B 4.03%
1969 $0.17B 4.03%
1968 $0.15B 4.03%