Net international investment position


Net international investment position
U.S.A. net international investment position (1976-2007)
Foreign currency reserves and gold minus external debt based on 2010 data from CIA Factbook

The difference between a country's external financial assets and its liabilities (also referred to as external debt) is the net international investment position (NIIP).[1] Both public and private held external assets and liabilities by legal residents of the respective country are hereby taken into account. [2]

A country's international investment position (IIP) is a financial statement setting out the value and composition of that country's external financial assets and liabilities.

International Investment Position = domestically owned foreign assets - foreign owned domestic assets.

List of countries by net international investment position (NIIP)

Country Date GDP Date NIIP NIIP in % GDP
 Hong Kong 2009 - 2009 - +353.1[3]
 Singapore 2010 303.652 bil. S$[4] 2010 +680.877 bil. S$[5] +224.2
 Republic of China 2010 430.580 bil. $[6] 2010 +659.915 bil. $[7] +153.3
 Switzerland 2010 546.245 bil. CHF[8] 2010 +743.704 bil. CHF[9] +136.1[10]
 Luxembourg 2008 39.640 bil. [11] 2008 +33.524 bil. [12] +84.6
 Norway 2009 2,381.000 bil. kr[13] 2009 +1,889.000 bil. kr[14] +79.3
 Japan 2009 470,936.600 bil. ¥[15] 2009 +266,223.000 bil. ¥[3] +56.1[3]
 Belgium 2009 338.960 bil. [16] 2009 +151.000 bil. [17] +45.0
 Germany 2009 2,397.100 bil. [18] 2009 +895.000 bil. [19] +37.3[3]
 People's Republic of China 2009 - 2009 - +37.1[3]
 Netherlands 2010 590.321 bil. [20] 2010 +173.147 bil. [21] +29.3
 Russia 2008 - 2008 - +17.9[3]
 Malta 2009 5.851 bil. [22] 2009 +0.793 bil. [23] +13.6
 Finland 2010 180.295 bil. [24] 2010 +15.721 bil. [25] +8.7
 Denmark 2009 1,659.700 bil. kr[26] 2009 +99.800 bil. kr[27] +6.0[28]
 Israel 2010 213.147 bil. $[29] 2010 +0.922 bil. $[30] +0.04
 Austria 2010 284.002 bil. [31] 2010 -1.600 bil. [32] -0.5
 Chile 2010 203.323 bil. $[33] 2010 -10.025 bil. $[34] -4.9
 Canada 2009 - 2009 - -7.8[3]
 Philippines 2009 161.196 bil. $[35] 2009 -16.462 bil. $[36] -10.2
 India 2010 1,537.966 bil. $[37] 2010 -158.367 bil. $[38] -10.3
 France 2009 1,907.246 bil. [39] 2009 -208.300 bil. [40] -10.9[41]
 Euro symbol.svg Eurozone 2009 11,000 bil. 2009 -1250 bil. -11.4
 United Kingdom 2009 1,394.989 bil. £[42] 2009 -182.600 bil. £[43] -13.1[3]
 United States 2009 14,119.050 bil. $[44] 2009 -2,396.400 bil. $[45] -17.0
 South Korea 2009 832.512 bil. $[46] 2009 -148.000 bil. $[47] -17.8
 Sweden 2010 3,285.539 bil. kr[48] 2010 -729.000 bil. kr[49] -22.2[50]
 Italy 2010 1,548.816 bil. [51] 2010 -376.700 bil. [52] -24.3[53]
 Slovenia 2010 36.061 bil. [54] 2010 -12.655 bil. [55] -35.1
 Mexico 2010 1,039.121 bil. $[56] 2010 -379.249 bil. $[57] -36.5
 Brazil 2009 1,600.841 bil. $[58] 2009 -600.795 bil. $[59] -37.5
 Kazakhstan 2009 113.620 bil. $[60] 2009 -43.314 bil. $[61] -38.1
 Turkey 2009 614.466 bil. $[62] 2009 -275.687 bil. $[63] -44.9
 Australia 2009 317.9 bil AUD [64] 2009 - -61.0[3]
 Poland 2010 1,412.784 bil. [65] 2010 -890.652 bil. [66] -63.0
 Slovakia 2010 65.906 bil. [67] 2010 -43.763 bil. [68] -66.4
 Estonia 2010 14.500 bil. [69] 2010 -10.416 bil. [70] -71.8
 Greece 2009 237.494 bil. [71] 2009 -197.306 bil. [72] -83.1[73]
 New Zealand 2009 185.850 bil. NZ$[74] 2009 -167.517 bil. NZ$[75] -90.1
 Spain 2009 1,053.914 bil. [76] 2009 -983.000 bil. [77] -93.6[78]
 Ireland 2009 160.596 bil. [79] 2009 -157.075 bil. [80] -97.8
 Portugal 2009 168.586 bil. [81] 2009 -184.017 bil. [82] -108.5

See also

References

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  2. ^ Ministry of Economic and Finance of Argentina International Investment Position Methodology page.1
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i Bank of Japan Japan’s International Investment Position at Year-End 2009 page. 10, Table 5
  4. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 Singapore, GDP 2010 at current prices, in national currency
  5. ^ Singapore Official Statistics IMF Special Data Dissemination Standard - Economic and Financial Data for Singapore
  6. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 Taiwan Province of China, GDP 2010 at current prices, in US$
  7. ^ Central Bank of the Republic of China International Investment Position (End-Period-Stocks) page. 1
  8. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 Switzerland, GDP 2010 at current prices, in national currency
  9. ^ Swiss National Bank Switzerland’s international investment position – overview
  10. ^ Swiss National Bank Switzerland’s international investment position – overview
  11. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 Luxembourg, GDP 2008 at current prices, in national currency
  12. ^ Central Bank of Luxembourg International Investment Position of Luxembourg: Summary
  13. ^ Statistics Norway International Investment Position, 2009
  14. ^ Statistics Norway International Investment Position, 2009
  15. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 Japan, GDP 2009 at current prices, in national currency
  16. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 Belgium, GDP 2009 at current prices, in national currency
  17. ^ National Bank of Belgium Belgium: Economic and financial data – External Sector Assets:1613 billion EUR; Liabilities:1462 billion EUR; Net:151 billion EUR
  18. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 Germany, GDP 2009 at current prices, in national currency
  19. ^ Bundesbank Press Release – Germany’s international investment position at the end of 2009 page.1
  20. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 Netherlands, GDP 2010 at current prices, in national currency
  21. ^ De Nederlandsche Bank T12.10 – Dutch external assets (International Investment Position (Yearly/Quarterly)
  22. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 Malta, GDP 2009 at current prices, in national currency
  23. ^ National Statistics Office, Malta International Investment Position of Malta: June 2010 p. 2, Table 1 (December 2009)
  24. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 Finland, GDP 2010 at current prices, in national currency
  25. ^ Bank of Finland International investment position by investment type, EUR million Assets: 543.219 bil. €; Liabilities: 527.498 bil. €; Net: +15.721 bil. €
  26. ^ Ministry of Finance, Denmark Economic Survey May 2010 – English Summary page. 11, Table 1.4
  27. ^ Ministry of Finance, Denmark Economic Survey May 2010 – English Summary page. 14, Table 1.5
  28. ^ Ministry of Finance, Denmark Economic Survey May 2010 – English Summary page. 14, Table 1.5
  29. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 Israel, GDP 2010 at current prices, in US$
  30. ^ Bank of Israel International Investment Position (IIP) – January-December 2010
  31. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 Austria, GDP 2010 at current prices, in national currency
  32. ^ Oesterreichische Nationalbank International Investment Position – Summary – Total
  33. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 Chile, GDP 2010 at current prices, in US$
  34. ^ Banco Central de Chile Statistics Database External Sector -> IIP by institutional sector
  35. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 Philippines, GDP 2009 at current prices, in US$
  36. ^ Banco Central do Brasil Philippines: International Investment Position
  37. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 India, GDP 2010 at current prices, in US$
  38. ^ Reserve Bank of India International Investment Position: External Assets and Liabilities at the End of March (In India the fiscal year ends in March)
  39. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 France, GDP 2009 at current prices, in national currency
  40. ^ Banque de France 2009 Annual Report – The French balance of payments and international investment position page. 48, Table T3-1
  41. ^ Banque de France 2009 Annual Report – The French balance of payments and international investment position page. 48, Table T3-1
  42. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 UK, GDP 2009 at current prices, in national currency
  43. ^ Office for National Statistics UK The UK’s international investment position page. 26, Table 1
  44. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 US, GDP 2009 at current prices, in US$
  45. ^ Department of Commerce – Bureau of Economic Analysis U.S. Net International Investment Position at Yearend 2010
  46. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 Korea, GDP 2009 at current prices, in US$
  47. ^ The European Union Chamber of Commerce in Korea International Investment Position at the end of 2009 (Preliminary)
  48. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 Sweden, GDP 2010 at current prices, in national currency
  49. ^ Statistics Sweden International Investment Position (IIP) Table 1
  50. ^ Statistics Sweden International Investment Position (IIP) Table 1
  51. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 Italy, GDP 2010 at current prices, in national currency
  52. ^ Banca di Italia Balance of Payments and International Investment Position page. 9
  53. ^ Banca di Italia Balance of Payments and International Investment Position page. 9
  54. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 Slovenia, GDP 2010 at current prices, in national currency
  55. ^ Banka Slovenije International investment position of Slovenia - Summary (31 December 2010)
  56. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 Mexico, GDP 2010 at current prices, in US$
  57. ^ National Banco de México International Investment Position Final Position
  58. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 Brazil, GDP 2009 at current prices, in US$
  59. ^ Banco Central do Brasil Historical Series of the International Investment Position
  60. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 Kazakhstan, GDP 2009 at current prices, in US$
  61. ^ The National Bank of Kazakhstan INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT POSITION OF KAZAKHSTAN (31.12.09)
  62. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 Turkey, GDP 2009 at current prices, in US$
  63. ^ Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey International Investment Position: External Assets and Liabilities at the End of Period
  64. ^ Australian Bureau of Statistics 5206.0 - Australian National Accounts: National Income, Expenditure and Product, Dec 2009 Table 1
  65. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 Poland, GDP 2010 at current prices, in national currency
  66. ^ National Bank of Poland Poland: International Investment Position
  67. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 Slovakia, GDP 2010 at current prices, in national currency
  68. ^ National Bank of Slovakia International Investment Position for Slovakia for 2010 (Net 2010 Q4)
  69. ^ Bank of Estonia 3. Annual indicators of Estonian economy GDP 2010, current prices (EUR m)
  70. ^ Bank of Estonia International investment position (EUR m), short version (12/31/2010)
  71. ^ Bank of Greece Summary of the Annual Report 2009 page. 48, Table 24
  72. ^ Bank of Greece Summary of the Annual Report 2009 page. 48, Table 24
  73. ^ Bank of Greece Summary of the Annual Report 2009 page. 48, Table 24
  74. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 New Zealand, GDP 2009 at current prices, in national currency
  75. ^ Statistics New Zealand Balance Of Payments and International Investment Position: December 2009 quarter – Hot Off the Press p.10, Net IIP at 31 December 2009
  76. ^ IMF World Economic Outlook Database, April 2011 Spain, GDP 2009 at current prices, in national currency
  77. ^ Banco de España Chapter 3 – The Financial Account and International Investment Position in 2009 page. 44, Table 3.2
  78. ^ Banco de España Chapter 3 – The Financial Account and International Investment Position in 2009 page. 44, Table 3.2
  79. ^ Central Statistics of Ireland Quarterly National Accounts – Quarter 1 2011 page.2, Table 1
  80. ^ Central Statistics of Ireland International Investment Position – 31 December 2009 page. 3, Table 1
  81. ^ Banco de Portugal Quarterly National Accounts Table H.0.1
  82. ^ Central Statistics of Ireland Economic and Financial Data for Portugal August 2011

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