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List of sovereign states in Europe by GDP (PPP) per capita

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List of sovereign states in Europe by GDP (PPP) per capita

This is map and list of European countries by GDP (PPP) per capita for year 2012 from World Bank.


  • Map of sovereign states in Europe by GDP (PPP) per capita 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Map of sovereign states in Europe by GDP (PPP) per capita

Countries in blue have more than $17,500, green $10,000-$17,500 and yellow below $10,000 GDP (PPP) per capita[1]

State (50) [2] GDP PPP
Albania 11,400
Andorra 37,200
Austria 44,208
Belarus 15,579
Belgium 39,788
Bosnia and Herzegovina 9,235
Bulgaria 15,933
Croatia 20,532
Cyprus 30,597
Czech Republic 26,590
Denmark 42,086
Estonia 23,065
Finland 38,655
France 36,104
Germany 40,901
Greece 25,331
Hungary 22,119
Iceland 37,852
Ireland 43,592
Italy 33,111
Latvia 21,005
Liechtenstein 98,432

Luxembourg 91,388
Macedonia 11,710
Malta 29,013
Moldova 3,424
Monaco 132,177
Montenegro 14,206
Netherlands 43,198
Norway 65,640
Poland 22,162
Portugal 25,411
Romania 16,518
Russia 23,501
San Marino 35,928
Serbia 11,544
Slovakia 25,305
Slovenia 27,589
Spain 32,682
Sweden 43,180
Switzerland 53,367
Turkey 18,975
Ukraine 7,418
United Kingdom 36,901
Vatican City n/d

See also


  1. ^ GDP PPP per capita 2012, World Development Indicators database [1], World Bank, revised 12 Aug 2013
  2. ^ Only 50 sovereign states are listed, including Vatican which is not a UN member

External links

  • Eurostat - Statistics Explained: GDP per capita, consumption per capita and price level indices (data Dec. 2011)
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