List of Greek subdivisions by GDP

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This is a List of Greek subdivisions by their GDP, or gross domestic product. There are fourteen modern regions of Greece, instituted in 1987. Greece's overall GDP was $281 billion in 2012, which represents $24,505 per capita, 44th in the world.[1]

The GDP per capita of the regions of Greece in 2009.

Regions[edit]

Rank Region Total GDP
(2012 € bn)
 %  % growth Per capita (2012 €) Per capita (inflation-adjusted 2017 €) Per capita (inflation-adjusted 2017 US$)
1 Attica €110.546 47.7 0.8 €29,100 €29,990 $31,674
2 Central Macedonia €32.285 13.9 −1.3 €17,900 €18,447 $19,483
3 Thessaly €11.608 5.0 −1.3 €17,000 €17,520 $18,504
4 Crete €11.243 4.9 −1.6 €19,900 €20,508 $21,660
5 West Greece €10.659 4.6 −3.6 €15,500 €15,974 $16,871
6 Central Greece €10.537 4.5 −1.7 €20,500 €21,127 $22,313
7 Peloponnese €9.809 4.2 −0.7 €17,900 €18,447 $19,483
8 East Macedonia and Thrace €9.265 4.0 0.9 €16,500 €17,004 $17,959
9 South Aegean €7.646 3.3 −2.8 €26,800 €27,619 $29,170
10 Epirus €5.079 2.2 −0.2 €15,300 €15,768 $16,653
11 West Macedonia €5.506 2.4 −1.9 €20,300 €20,921 $22,096
12 Ionian Islands €4.130 1.8 −7.4 €19,100 €19,684 $20,789
13 North Aegean €3.330 1.4 −3.3 €17,900 €18,447 $19,483
14 Mount Athos N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Greece €231.643 100.00 −0.5 €20,500 €21,127 $22,313
EU €11,745.353 N/A −5.8 €23,500 €24,218 $25,578

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Greece". International Monetary Fund. Retrieved April 2013.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)