WMEAT

AcronymDefinition
WMEATWorld Military Expenditures & Arms Transfers
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For NATO members, WMEAT measures military expenditures according to a common definition that includes military retired pay and military-type expenditures of defense ministries.
For Russia, China, and many current or former communist countries, WMEAT estimates military expenditures in different ways.
Using the IISS and WMEAT data, this report presents the following tables and figures:
Department of State (countries ranked according to WMEAT figures)
Defense Expenditures as a Percentage of the Top 10 Defense-Spending Countries, 1999 (WMEAT figures)
Defense Expenditures as a Percentage of the Top 25 Defense-Spending Countries, 1999 (WMEAT figures)
* Figure 5: Defense Expenditures as a Percentage of GDP: Top 25 Countries, 1999 (WMEAT figures)
Defense Expenditures as a Percentage of NATO Defense Expenditures, 1999 (WMEAT figures)
* Figure 9: NATO Defense Expenditures as a Percentage of GDP, 1999 (WMEAT figures)