List of Spanish autonomous communities by gross domestic product

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The list below shows all of the autonomous communities and two autonomous cities of Spain. The list shown is from 2016 and is in Euros.[1] Catalonia and Madrid are the largest communities in Spain in terms of GDP. Ceuta and Melilla are the smallest communities in Spain and are autonomous cities. In 2016, according to DatosMacro, the economies every community in the country grew with Balearic Islands and Madrid being the largest at 3.8% and 3.7% respectively, whilst La Rioja, the worst performing, grew by just 1.5%.

List of Autonomous Communities by GDP[edit]

Flag Autonomous Community GDP Billions € Year
Andalusia Andalusia 148.5 2016
Aragon Aragon 34.7 2016
Asturias Asturias 21.7 2016
Canary Islands Canary Islands 42.6 2016
Cantabria Cantabria 12.5 2016
Castilla-La Mancha Castilla La Mancha 37.8 2016
Castile and León Castille and Leon 55.4 2016
Catalonia Catalonia 211.9 2016
Ceuta Ceuta 1.6 2016
Valencian Community Valencia 105.1 2016
Extremadura Extremadura 17.7 2016
Galicia (Spain) Galicia 58.0 2016
Balearic Islands Balearic Islands 28.5 2016
La Rioja (Spain) La Rioja 8.0 2016
Community of Madrid Madrid 210.8 2016
Melilla Melilla 1.5 2016
Region of Murcia Murcia 28.5 2016
Navarre Navarre 19.0 2016
Basque Country (autonomous community) Basque Country 68.9 2016

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Notes[edit]

  • Annual average exchange rates: GDP (in US$), according to List of countries by GDP (UN). It is estimated that the average exchange rate is US$0.9213 per EUR€ in 2000 and US$1.2436 per EUR€ in 2005. US$1 is about equal to EUR€0.7543 in 2010.

References[edit]

http://www.datosmacro.com/pib/espana-comunidades-autonomas%7C PIB de las Comunidades Autónomas