List of sovereign states in Europe by GDP (PPP) per capita

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This is map and list of European countries by GDP (PPP) per capita for year 2013 from World Bank.

Map of sovereign states in Europe by GDP per capita based on international dollars (PPP) 2013[edit]

The map data is for year 2013 from the World Bank, using GDP based on international dollars.[1]

From worldbank.org: "An international dollar would buy in the cited country a comparable amount of goods and services a U.S. dollar would buy in the United States."[2]


Table of sovereign states in Europe by GDP per capita based on international dollars (PPP)[edit]

State GDP PPP
Albania Albania 10,370
Andorra Andorra 37,200
Austria Austria 45,490
Belarus Belarus 17,620
Belgium Belgium 41,660
Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina 9,536
Bulgaria Bulgaria 15,730
Croatia Croatia 21,370
Cyprus Cyprus 28,220
Czech Republic Czech Republic 28,770
Denmark Denmark 43,440
Estonia Estonia 25,460
Finland Finland 39,810
France France 37,870
Germany Germany 44,470
Greece Greece 25,710
Hungary Hungary 23,480
Iceland Iceland 41,940
Republic of Ireland Ireland 46,140
Italy Italy 35,600
Kosovo Kosovo 8,884
Latvia Latvia 22,560
Liechtenstein Liechtenstein 98,432
Lithuania Lithuania 25,470
Luxembourg Luxembourg 90,410
Republic of Macedonia Macedonia 11,610
Malta Malta 29,130
Moldova Moldova 4,670
Monaco Monaco 132,177
Montenegro Montenegro 14,130
Netherlands Netherlands 46,300
Norway Norway 65,460
Poland Poland 23,650
Portugal Portugal 26,760
Romania Romania 18,990
Russia Russia 24,110
San Marino San Marino 35,928
Serbia Serbia 13,020
Slovakia Slovakia 26,640
Slovenia Slovenia 29,000
Spain Spain 32,930
Sweden Sweden 45,150
Switzerland Switzerland 56,560
Turkey Turkey 19,020
Ukraine Ukraine 8,790
United Kingdom United Kingdom 38,450

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "World Bank GDP per capita - international dollars". The World Bank. Retrieved 20 June 2015. 
  2. ^ "What is an international dollar?". World Bank. Retrieved 20 June 2015. 

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