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

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

This is map and list of European countries by Gross national income (PPP) per capita for year 2008 from World bank.Countries in blue have more than $20,000, green $10,000-$20,000 and yellow below $10,000 GDP (PPP) per capita[1]

State (51) [2] GDP PPP
Albania 7,950
Andorra n/d
Armenia 6,310
Austria 34,040
Azerbaijan 7,770
Belarus 12,150
Belgium 34,760
Bosnia and Herzegovina 8,620
Bulgaria 11,950
Croatia 18,420
Cyprus 24,040[3]
Czech Republic 22,790
Denmark 37,280
Estonia 19,280
Finland 35,660
France 40,400
Georgia 4,850
Germany 35,940
Greece 28,470
Hungary 17,790
Iceland 25,220
Ireland 37,350
Italy 30,250
Kazakhstan 9,690
Kosovo n/d
Latvia 16,740
Liechtenstein n/d

Luxembourg 64,320
Macedonia 9,950
Malta 22,460[3]
Moldova 3,210
Monaco n/d
Montenegro n/d
Netherlands 41,670
Norway 58,500
Poland 17,310
Portugal 22,080
Romania 13,500
Russia 15,630
San Marino n/d
Serbia 11,150
Slovakia 21,300
Slovenia 26,910
Spain 31,130
Sweden 38,180
Switzerland 46,460
Turkey 13,770
Ukraine 7,210
United Kingdom 36,130
Vatican City n/d

See also


  1. ^ GNI PPP per capita 2008, World Development Indicators database [1] , World Bank,15 September 2009 [2]
  2. ^ Only 51 sovereign states are listed, including Kosovo and Vatican which are not UN members
  3. ^ a b 2008 data not available; ranking is approximate.
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