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The United Nations’ Top 20 Suppliers

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Top 20 Developing Country Suppliers to the United Nations


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Of the $17.2 billion worth of goods and services the United Nations procured in 2014, nearly two-thirds came from developing countries and countries with economies in transition. Here are the top 20.


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India 2014 Procurement Volume $1.2 billion Of which goods $1.1 billion, mostly pharmaceuticals


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Afghanistan 2014 Procurement Volume $817.4 million Of which services $713.1 million of a variety of uncategorized services


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United Arab Emirates 2014 Procurement Volume $573.4 million Of which goods $515.2 million, mostly fuel, and food and beverage products


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Russia 2014 Procurement Volume $421.4 million Of which services $349.3 million, mostly transport


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Kenya 2014 Procurement Volume $393.1 million Of which services $259.3 million, mostly transport


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Turkey 2014 Procurement Volume $380.5 million Of which goods $339.6 million, mostly food and beverage products


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Ethiopia 2014 Procurement Volume $315.1 million Of which services $177.5 million, mostly transport


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Sudan 2014 Procurement Volume $290 million Of which goods $188.5 million, mostly fuel


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Syria 2014 Procurement Volume $269.2 million Of which services $138.4 million, mostly domestic appliances and supplies; apparel, luggage and personal care


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South Sudan 2014 Procurement Volume $255.8 million Of which services $163.5 million, mostly transport and a wide variety of uncategorized services


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Jordan 2014 Procurement Volume $248.5 million Of which Services $134.1 million, mostly transport and a wide variety of uncategorized services


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Lebanon 2014 Procurement Volume $237.7 million Of which Services $133.2 million, mostly in health and a wide variety of uncategorized services


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Iraq 2014 Procurement Volume $222.7 million Of which services $129.9 million, mostly business administration and construction


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Mali 2014 Procurement Volume $178 million Of which services $106.4 million, mostly transport and business administration


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Pakistan 2014 Procurement Volume $176.5 million Of which services $96.9 million, mostly business administration and transport


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South Korea 2014 Procurement Volume $174.6 million Of which Goods $157.7 million, mostly pharmaceuticals


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South Africa 2014 Procurement Volume $ 169.7 million Of which services $117.2 million, mostly transport


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China 2014 Procurement Volume $163.6 million Of which goods $126.9 million, mostly educational equipment and a wide variety of uncategorized goods


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Argentina 2014 Procurement Volume $163.4 million Of which Goods $82.5 million of a variety of uncategorized goods


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Panama 2014 Procurement Volume $155.7 million Of which goods $137.7 million


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Read more about U.N. procurements: • ‘Global south’ absorbed two-thirds of UN procurements in 2014 • Fivefold rise in UN procurements from developing countries • To unlock innovation, procurement is key • Sustainable development is enhanced by innovation in procurement


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