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See How Russia and Ukraine Military Spending Compares to the World

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35. Switzerland
> Military spending, 2020: $5.7 billion (0.8% of GDP)
> Military and paramilitary personnel: 20,000 (0.4% of labor force)
>Total population: 8,636,896

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34. Romania
> Military spending, 2020: $5.7 billion (2.3% of GDP)
> Military and paramilitary personnel: 126,000 (1.4% of labor force)
>Total population: 19,286,123

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33. Ukraine
> Military spending, 2020: $5.9 billion (4.1% of GDP)
> Military and paramilitary personnel: 311,000 (1.5% of labor force)
>Total population: 44,134,693

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32. Mexico
> Military spending, 2020: $6.1 billion (0.6% of GDP)
> Military and paramilitary personnel: 328,000 (0.6% of labor force)
>Total population: 128,932,753

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31. Sweden
> Military spending, 2020: $6.5 billion (1.2% of GDP)
> Military and paramilitary personnel: 15,000 (0.3% of labor force)
>Total population: 10,353,442

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