Consumer spending breakdown by category in France 2000-2013

Household consumption expenditure breakdown in France from 2000 to 2013, by category

by Statista Research Department, last edited Sep 1, 2014
Consumer spending breakdown by category in France 2000-2013 This statistic shows total domestic consumption expenditure in France from 2000 to 2013, broken down by spending categories. In the period under consideration, household expenditure remained fairly stable with only slight changes in the share of spend. In France, spending for housing increased from 23.6 to 27 percent between 2000 and 2013. Household consumption expenditure looks at the overall spending on consumer goods and services of a wide variety. Some examples are government licenses and permits, such as a passport renewal or the price of train tickets to get to work. Housing may also be accounted for in these figures. This figure is measured by how much the consumer actually pays at the point of sale. All fast moving consumer goods such as beer or cigarettes are also accounted for in this data.
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Household consumption expenditure breakdown in France from 2000 to 2013, by category

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FoodNon-alcoholic beveragesAlcoholic beveragesTobaccoClothing and footwearHousingHousehold goods and servicesHealthTransportCommunicationRecreation and cultureEducationRestaurantsHotelsMiscellaneous
201312.4%1.2%1.8%1.8%4.3%27%5.3%4.3%13.2%2.6%8.3%0.9%5.1%1.4%11.6%
200711.5%1%1.6%1.6%4.8%24.6%5.7%3.9%13.9%3.1%9.4%0.8%5.2%1.4%12.4%
200012.4%1%2%1.8%5.5%23.6%5.8%3.6%14.5%2.7%9.4%0.7%5.3%1.2%12%
FoodNon-alcoholic beveragesAlcoholic beveragesTobaccoClothing and footwearHousingHousehold goods and servicesHealthTransportCommunicationRecreation and cultureEducationRestaurantsHotelsMiscellaneous
201312.4%1.2%1.8%1.8%4.3%27%5.3%4.3%13.2%2.6%8.3%0.9%5.1%1.4%11.6%
200711.5%1%1.6%1.6%4.8%24.6%5.7%3.9%13.9%3.1%9.4%0.8%5.2%1.4%12.4%
200012.4%1%2%1.8%5.5%23.6%5.8%3.6%14.5%2.7%9.4%0.7%5.3%1.2%12%
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Sep 1, 2014
This statistic shows total domestic consumption expenditure in France from 2000 to 2013, broken down by spending categories. In the period under consideration, household expenditure remained fairly stable with only slight changes in the share of spend. In France, spending for housing increased from 23.6 to 27 percent between 2000 and 2013. Household consumption expenditure looks at the overall spending on consumer goods and services of a wide variety. Some examples are government licenses and permits, such as a passport renewal or the price of train tickets to get to work. Housing may also be accounted for in these figures. This figure is measured by how much the consumer actually pays at the point of sale. All fast moving consumer goods such as beer or cigarettes are also accounted for in this data.
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