List of regions of the United Kingdom by GRP

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This article lists the gross regional product (GRP) of regions of the United Kingdom, defined as Level 2 regions of the Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics (NUTS 2), in nominal values. Values are shown in euros in the original source. For comparison, all figures are converted into pounds sterling and US dollars according to annual average exchange rates.[1][n 1] All values are given in millions, and converted values are rounded to the nearest whole number.

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List of regions of the United Kingdom by GRP[2]
Region Rank GRP (millions of EUR) GRP (millions of GBP) GRP (millions of USD) Comparable economy[3]
 United Kingdom 2,395,801 1,961,766 2,651,098  France
Inner London – West 1 239,655 196,238 265,193  Finland
Inner London – East 2 134,483 110,119 148,814  Angola
Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire 3 121,499 99,488 134,446  Ukraine
Surrey, East and West Sussex 4 108,023 88,453 119,534  Morocco
Outer London – West and North West 5 94,901 77,708 105,014  Ecuador
Gloucestershire, Wiltshire and Bristol/Bath area 6 92,560 75,791 102,423  Ecuador
Greater Manchester 7 87,288 71,474 96,589  Slovakia
West Midlands 8 83,640 68,487 92,553  Cuba
East Anglia 9 80,329 65,776 88,889  Cuba
South Western Scotland 10 72,754 59,574 80,507  Oman
Eastern Scotland 11 72,318 59,217 80,024  Oman
Hampshire and Isle of Wight 12 71,908 58,881 79,571  Oman
West Yorkshire 13 69,594 56,986 77,010  Belarus
Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire 14 69,254 56,708 76,634  Belarus
Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire 15 62,240 50,964 68,872  Myanmar
Leicestershire, Rutland and Northamptonshire 16 56,828 46,533 62,884  Uzbekistan
Kent 17 53,490 43,799 59,190  Guatemala
Essex 18 52,459 42,955 58,049  Uruguay
Northern Ireland 19 51,047 41,799 56,487  Bulgaria
Outer London – East and North East 20 49,124 40,224 54,359  Ethiopia
Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Warwickshire 21 46,170 37,806 51,090  Lebanon
West Wales and The Valleys 22 45,327 37,115 50,157  Lebanon
Shropshire and Staffordshire 23 43,728 35,806 48,388  Lithuania
Merseyside 24 42,302 34,638 46,810  Tunisia
Lancashire 25 42,252 34,597 46,754  Tunisia
Outer London – South 26 41,812 34,237 46,267  Tunisia
Northumberland and Tyne and Wear 27 40,253 32,961 44,542  Serbia
Cheshire 28 40,219 32,932 44,505  Serbia
Dorset and Somerset 29 37,173 30,439 41,134  Libya
East Wales 30 36,357 29,770 40,231  Libya
South Yorkshire 31 33,963 27,810 37,582  Ghana
Devon 32 31,869 26,095 35,265  Jordan
Tees Valley and Durham 33 29,216 23,923 32,329  Cameroon
East Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire 34 25,194 20,630 27,879  Trinidad and Tobago
North Yorkshire 35 25,053 20,514 27,723  Uganda
North Eastern Scotland 36 24,042 19,686 26,604  Estonia
Lincolnshire 37 18,138 14,852 20,071  Honduras
Cumbria 38 16,248 13,304 17,979  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Highlands and Islands 39 14,637 11,985 16,197  Georgia
Cornwall and Isles of Scilly 40 13,010 10,653 14,396  Republic of the Congo

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Euro figures are converted to GBP and USD rates as of 31 December of a given year.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Yearly Average Rates & Forex History Data". OFX. Retrieved 2018-07-04.
  2. ^ "Regional GDP in the European Union, 2016". ec.europa.eu. Retrieved 2018-07-04.
  3. ^ "United Nations Statistics Division – National Accounts". unstats.un.org.