List of sovereign states in Europe by GNI (nominal) per capita

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This is a map of European countries by GNI (Gross national income nominal) per capita for year 2016[1]. High income[2] in purple ($12,236 or more, as defined by the World Bank), upper middle income in orange ($3,956 and $12,235) and lower middle income ($1,006 and $3,955) in red.

World Bank high-income economies in Europe in 2016
State (51) [3] GNI (nominal) per capita [4] GDP (nominal) per capita[5] GDP PPP per capita[6] GNI PPP per capita[7]
Albania Albania 4,250 4,147 11,929 11,880
Andorra Andorra n/d n/d n/d n/d
Armenia Armenia 3,760 3,606 8,818 9,000
Austria Austria 45,230 44,177 50,078 49,990
Azerbaijan Azerbaijan 4,760 3,877 17,253 16,130
Belarus Belarus 5,600 4,989 18,060 17,210
Belgium Belgium 41,860 40,231 41,096 46,010
Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina 4,880 4,709 12,075 12,140
Bulgaria Bulgaria 7,470 7,351 19,199 19,020
Croatia Croatia 12,110 12,091 23,596 22,880
Cyprus Cyprus 23,680[8] 23,324 32,580 31,420
Czech Republic Czech Republic 17,570 18,267 34,711 32,710
Denmark Denmark 56,730 53,418 49,696 51,040
Estonia Estonia 17,750 17,575 29,365 28,920
Finland Finland 44,730 43,090 43,053 43,400
France France 38,950[9] 36,855 41,466 42,380
Georgia (country) Georgia 3,810 3,854 9,997 9,450
Germany Germany 43,660 41,936 48,730 49,530
Greece Greece 18,960 18,104 26,783 26,900
Hungary Hungary 12,570 12,665 26,681 25,640
Iceland Iceland 56,990 59,977 51,399 52,490
Republic of Ireland Ireland 52,560 61,607 68,883 56,870
Italy Italy 31,590 30,527 38,161 38,230
Kazakhstan Kazakhstan 8,710 7,510 25,264 22,910
Kosovo Kosovo 3,850 3,661 10,066 10,200
Latvia Latvia 14,630 14,118 26,031 26,090
Liechtenstein Liechtenstein n/d n/d n/d n/d
Lithuania Lithuania 14,770 14,880 29,966 28,840
Luxembourg Luxembourg 76,660 102,831 105,882 75,750
Republic of Macedonia Macedonia 4,980 5,237 15,121 14,480
Malta Malta 24,140 25,058 37,899 35,720
Moldova Moldova 2,120[10] 1,900 5,334 5,670
Monaco Monaco n/d n/d n/d n/d
Montenegro Montenegro 6,970 6,701 16,854 17,090
Netherlands Netherlands 46,310 45,295 50,898 50,320
Norway Norway 82,330 70,813 59,302 62,510
Poland Poland 12,680 12,372 27,811 26,770
Portugal Portugal 19,850 19,813 30,624 29,990
Romania Romania 9,470 9,474 23,626 22,950
Russia Russia 9,720 8,748 23,163 22,540
San Marino San Marino n/d n/d n/d n/d
Serbia Serbia 5,280 5,348 14,512 13,680
Slovakia Slovakia 16,810 16,496 30,632 29,910
Slovenia Slovenia 21,660 21,305 32,885 32,360
Spain Spain 27,520 26,529 36,310 36,340
Sweden Sweden 54,630 51,600 49,175 50,000
Switzerland Switzerland 81,240 78,813 62,882 63,660
Turkey Turkey 11,180 10,788 24,244 23,990
Ukraine Ukraine 2,310 2,186 8,272 8,190
United Kingdom United Kingdom 42,390 39,900 42,609 42,100
Vatican City Vatican City n/d n/d n/d n/d
  high income [11] ($12,236 or more)
  upper middle income ($3,956 and $12,235)
  lower middle income ($1,006 and $3,955)

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References[edit]

  1. ^ GNI (nominal) per capita for year 2016, World Development Indicators database, Atlas method, World Bank, revised 01 July 2017
  2. ^ World Bank Country Classification for 2016
  3. ^ Only 51 sovereign states are listed, including Kosovo and Vatican which are not UN members
  4. ^ GNI (nominal) per capita for year 2016, World Development Indicators database, Atlas method, World Bank, revised 01 July 2017
  5. ^ GDP (nominal) per capita (World Bank Database), revised 01 July 2017
  6. ^ GDP (PPP) per capita (World Bank Database), revised 01 July 2017
  7. ^ GNI (PPP) per capita (World Bank Database), revised 01 July 2017
  8. ^ Excludes Turkish Cypriot side(Northern Cyprus).
  9. ^ Data include the French overseas departments of French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Martinique and Réunion.
  10. ^ Data exclude Transnistria.
  11. ^ World Bank Country Classification for 2016