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Expenditure on Housing and Hommunity Amenities

Public expenditure on housing and community services corresponds to disbursements earmarked for urbanization (including the administration of urbanization issues and the elimination of slums related to housing construction, construction and remodeling of housing for the general public or persons with Special needs, in addition to the acquisition of land necessary for the construction of houses), community development, water supply and public lighting.

Latin America (17 countries): expenditure on housing and community amenities of central government, 2000-2016 (Percentages of GDP)

Latin America (17 countries): expenditure on housing and community amenities of central government, 2000-2016 (Percentages of GDP)

Source: Economic Commission for Latin America and Caribbean (ECLAC), on the basis of official information from the countries. ª The averages correspond to the arithmetic mean of the values of 17...

Latin America (17 countries): expenditure on housing and community amenities of central government, 2016 (Percentages of GDP)

Latin America (17 countries): expenditure on housing and community amenities of central government, 2016 (Percentages of GDP)

Source: Economic Commission for Latin America and Caribbean (ECLAC), on the basis of official information from the countries. ª The averages correspond to the arithmetic mean of the values of 22...

Caribbean (5 countries): expenditure on housing and community amenities of central government, 2000-2015 (Percentages of GDP)

Caribbean (5 countries): expenditure on housing and community amenities of central government, 2000-2015 (Percentages of GDP)

Source: Economic Commission for Latin America and Caribbean (ECLAC), on the basis of official information from the countries.

Caribbean (5 countries): expenditure on housing and community amenities of central government, 2015 (Percentages of GDP)

Caribbean (5 countries): expenditure on housing and community amenities of central government, 2015 (Percentages of GDP)

Source: Economic Commission for Latin America and Caribbean (ECLAC), on the basis of official information from the countries.