In total, 130 billion euros (154 billion dollars) are spent in Europe, according to Eurostat, in alcoholic beverages, equivalent to 0.9% of GDP and 1.6% of all expenses. The first place is occupied by Estonia, where 5.6% of the total consumption expenditure during the year 2016 corresponded to alcohol and immediately below are Latvia and Lithuania. Spain is the country in the European Union that spends the least on average, as the Iberians barely use 0.9% of their money to buy beverages.

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