List of Italian regions by GDP (PPP)

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This table reports the gross domestic product[1] (PPP), expressed in millions of euros of the different Italian regions from 2000 to 2007. The last column reports the average growth rate of these different regions.

Regions[edit]

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Average growth rate 2000-2007
Lombardy 246,729.7 259,431.0 270,653.3 279,450.4 289,334.1 293,905.8 305,550.4 321,627.3 5.85%
Lazio 123,291.8 129,439.2 137,176.4 140,884.9 150,613.1 155,264.7 160,517.5 173,371.2 4.99%
Veneto 111,713.5 116,334.1 118,886.3 124,277.6 130,717.9 133,488.0 138,993.5 144,565.2 3.75%
Emilia-Romagna 106,215.6 110,431.6 113,722.5 116,548.1 120,544.4 123,928.3 128,795.3 133,94,4 3.38%
Piedmont 98,634.4 102,179.7 105,206.1 108,715.1 113,270.7 114,993.2 118,753.5 123,229.5 3.23%
Tuscany 79,513.8 84,087.4 87,294.0 90,476.1 93,771,5 95,682.8 99,114.5 102,606.7 3.71%
Campania 75,355.0 80,100.0 84,349.4 86,288.4 89,691.0 91,211.0 94,353.0 95,949.6 3.51%
Sicily 67,203.8 70,530.1 72,855.0 75,084.5 77,327.3 80,358.1 82,938.6 85,317.8 3.45%
Apulia 55,716.8 58,348.9 60,173.5 61,632.8 63,634.3 64,998.7 67,185.4 68,976.4 3.10%
Liguria 33,669.8 35,534.7 36,053.6 37,218.6 38,644.1 39,913.5 41,004.5 41,336.9 2.97%
Marche 30,527.8 32,291.3 33,912.9 34,794.0 36,170.9 36,994.1 38,542.6 40,311.8 4.05%
Friuli - Venezia Giulia 27,255.0 28,908.9 29,938.7 30,384.4 31,411.3 32,739.2 34,306.3 34,740.1 3.53%
Sardinia 25,958.1 27,547.6 28,151.6 29,487.3 30,595.5 31,421.3 32,579.0 33,823.2 3.85%
Calabria 26,344.4 27,680.0 28,574.7 29,685.4 31,073.3 31,616.7 32,507.7 33,248.3 3.38%
Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol 25,356.7 25,953.9 26,702.1 27,647.2 28,909.4 29,707.5 30,810.6 31,098.6 2.96%
Abruzzo 22,925.2 23,812.1 24,546.7 24,894.1 24,943.4 25,970.8 26,807.3 27,764.5 2.77%
Umbria 16,537.0 17,520.0 17,824.3 18,316.9 19,257.9 19,765.7 20,631.1 21,489.9 3.81%
Basilicata 8,808.0 9,054.0 9,393.4 9,557.2 9,947.5 10,138.8 10,539.3 10,802.7 2.96%
Molise 4,930.7 5,131.3 5,280.5 5,337.7 5,563.9 5,783.5 5,958.7 6,067.6 3.01%
Aosta Valley 3,224.9 3,352.3 3,508.0 3,664.8 3,844.0 3,918.9 4,059.8 4,288.2 4.15%
Extra 1,144.6 980.1 1,022.7 1,008.2 1,275.5 1,247.4 1,454.3
Italy 1,191,056.7 1,248,648.1 1,295,225.7 1,335,353.7 1,390,539.0 1,423,048.0 1,475,403.0 1,534,561.0 3.69%

Per capita[edit]

Map (French) displaying regional GDP levels per person, as a measure of the 2004 European average.

Gross regional product per capita. All figures in the table account for purchasing power parity.

Region EUR, 2008[2]  % of EU27
average[2]
USD, 2008[3]
Italy 27,000 104 31,058
Northwest Italy 31,500 126 36,416
Piedmont 28,500 114 32,948
Aosta Valley 30,300 121 35,029
Liguria 27,100 108 31,329
Lombardy 33,500 134 38,728
Northeast Italy 31,000 124 35,838
South Tyrol 34,300 137 39,653
Trentino 30,700 122 35,491
Veneto 30,500 122 35,260
Friuli-Venezia Giulia 29,200 117 33,757
Emilia-Romagna 31,900 127 36,879
Central Italy 29,000 116 33,526
Tuscany 28,500 114 32,948
Umbria 24,400 97 28,208
Marche 26,500 106 30,636
Lazio 30,800 123 35,607
Southern Italy 18,300 74 21,184
Abruzzo 21,400 85 24,740
Molise 20,100 80 23,237
Campania 16,700 67 19,260
Apulia 17,100 70 19,974
Basilicata 19,100 76 22,081
Calabria 16,600 67 19,160
Insular Italy 18,500 74 21,316
Sicily 17,200 70 20,031
Sardinia 19,700 79 22,775


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