Gross Capital Formation (Percent of GDP) of Uganda
Updated on May 15, 2023.

According to the World Bank, the Gross Capital Formation (Percent of GDP) of Uganda was 24.09% in 2021, a difference of -0.13 points compared to 2020.

Use the interactive visualization and table below to explore the values for each year between 1960-2021.

The World Bank defines Gross Capital Formation (Percent of GDP) as "consists of outlays on additions to the fixed assets of the economy plus net changes in the level of inventories. Fixed assets include land improvements (fences, ditches, drains, and so on); plant, machinery, and equipment purchases; and the construction of roads, railways, and the like, including schools, offices, hospitals, private residential dwellings, and commercial and industrial buildings. Inventories are stocks of goods held by firms to meet temporary or unexpected fluctuations in production or sales, and 'work in progress'" .

See also: GDP of Uganda.

Data Source: World Bank.
Gross Capital Formation (Percent of GDP) of Uganda (US$)
Gross Capital Formation (Percent of GDP) of Uganda
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Year Gross Capital Formation (% GDP)
1960 10.96
1961 10.18
1962 11.15
1963 12.81
1964 12.09
1965 11.24
1966 11.50
1967 13.46
1968 13.09
1969 14.02
1970 14.01
1971 16.10
1972 11.64
1973 8.72
1974 11.62
1975 8.05
1976 6.25
1977 6.05
1978 8.28
1979 6.58
1980 6.16
1981 5.61
1982 9.09
1983 7.41
1984 8.14
1985 8.73
1986 8.45
1987 9.72
1988 10.79
1989 11.14
1990 12.70
1991 15.17
1992 15.94
1993 15.25
1994 14.68
1995 12.41
1996 20.17
1997 18.18
1998 16.45
1999 19.55
2000 19.48
2001 19.30
2002 20.22
2003 20.98
2004 20.15
2005 22.36
2006 21.13
2007 22.08
2008 22.98
2009 26.09
2010 26.19
2011 25.98
2012 25.43
2013 30.82
2014 26.11
2015 23.04
2016 25.42
2017 24.61
2018 24.33
2019 25.53
2020 24.22
2021 24.09