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See How Russia and Ukraine Military Spending Compares to the World

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40. Portugal
> Military spending, 2020: $4.6 billion (2.1% of GDP)
> Military and paramilitary personnel: 52,000 (1.0% of labor force)
>Total population: 10,305,564

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39. Morocco
> Military spending, 2020: $4.8 billion (4.3% of GDP)
> Military and paramilitary personnel: 246,000 (2.0% of labor force)
>Total population: 36,910,558

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38. Denmark
> Military spending, 2020: $5.0 billion (1.4% of GDP)
> Military and paramilitary personnel: 15,000 (0.5% of labor force)
>Total population: 5,831,404

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37. Greece
> Military spending, 2020: $5.3 billion (2.8% of GDP)
> Military and paramilitary personnel: 147,000 (3.1% of labor force)
>Total population: 10,715,549

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36. Belgium
> Military spending, 2020: $5.5 billion (1.1% of GDP)
> Military and paramilitary personnel: 26,000 (0.5% of labor force)
>Total population: 11,555,997

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