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  1. 2020 data:
    China’s defense budget over 2,000 billion Yuan (2% GDP) = 300 billon USD.
    In PPP term, China’s defense budget over 500 billion USD.
    NOTE: USA has about 700 billion defense budget in 2020.

    2020: $1 = 6.5 RMB

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  2. 国智库最新报告称,2020年,美国的军费支出遥遥领先,是中俄两国总和的3倍。中国军费增幅最大,军费支出增加了5.2%。

    英国智库国际战略研究所(IISS)于2月25日发布最新数据,2020年全球的军费开支超过1.8万亿美元,再创新高。
    2020年,美国的军费开支为7,380亿美元,几乎是中国的4倍(1,933亿美元),俄罗斯的12倍(606亿美元),占全球军费总开支的40.3%。

    中国2020年军费支出1,933亿美元,占全球军费支出的10.6%。中国的军费支出占2020年亚洲军费支出的25%。

    报道称,2020年的新冠肺炎(COVID-19)疫情并没有对全球军费支出产生明显影响,2020年全球总军事支出总计1.83万亿美元,同比增长3.9%,其中,中国军费支出增加了5.2%,增幅最大。

    在亚洲,整体军费支出增长4.3%,低于2019年的4.9%。欧洲各北约成员国的军费提升幅度约2%。

    按照这份报告,在欧洲的北约成员国中,英国军费开支排名第一,总额为615亿美元,法国第二,总额550亿美元,德国排名第三,总额513亿美元。上述三国的军费开支相当于俄罗斯的3倍。

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  3. 2021年的中国国防开支计划约为1.35万亿元人民币,同比增长6.8%。从预算金额上来看,1.35万亿元人民币换算成美元大约为2,090亿。这是中国军费首次超过2,000亿美元。

    这是官方数据。实际支出加上PPP购买力区别,中国实际军费开支大约相当于4000亿美元。

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  4. WASHINGTON — Global spending on the military rose to $1.981 trillion last year, an increase of 2.6 percent over previous years figures, according to new research from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI).

    That total is the highest since SIPRI began tracking military spending in 1988. The top five biggest military spenders contributed to 62 percent of that total.

    The U.S. ($778 billion, 39 percent of overall spending) easily outpaced its closest competitors, with China ($252 billion, 13 percent), India ($72.9 billion, 3.7 percent), Russia ($61.7 billion, 3.1 percent) and the United Kingdom ($59.2 billion, 3 percent) rounding out the top group. Overall, the U.S. and China represent 52 percent of all military spending for the year.

    Rounding out the top 10 are Saudi Arabia ($57.5 billion), Germany ($52.8 billion), France, ($52.7 billion), Japan ($49.1 billion) and South Korea ($45.7 billion). No other country accounted for 2 percent or more of the overall military expenditure in 2020.

    While 2020 was an unprecedented year globally, military expenditures stayed steady overall, said Diego Lopes da Silva, a researcher with the SIPRI Arms and Military Expenditure Programme in a news release.

    https://www.armytimes.com/global/2021/04/26/the-world-spent-almost-2-trillion-on-defense-in-2020/

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