EU operating budgetary balances in 2017, by member state

This statistic shows the operating budgetary balances of the EU member states in 2017. A negative budgetary balance means that a country contributes more to the EU budget than it receives from it, a positive balance means the country contributes less than it receives. In 2017, Germany contributed the most with approximately 10.68 billion euros.

European Union: operating budgetary balances in 2017, by member state

Operating budgetary balances in billion euros
Poland8.57
Greece3.74
Romania3.38
Hungary3.14
Czech Republic2.48
Portugal2.44
Bulgaria1.47
Lithuania1.27
Slowakia0.98
Spain0.73
Latvia0.53
Estonia0.47
Croatia0.26
Slovenia0.15
Malta0.1
Cyprus0.05
Luxembourg0.01
Ireland-0.17
Finland-0.28
Denmark-0.7
Belgium-0.72
Austria-0.93
Netherlands-1.39
Sweden-1.4
Italy-3.58
France-4.57
United Kingdom-5.35
Germany-10.68
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Source

Release date

September 2018

Region

EU

Survey time period

2017

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