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

This is a list of European nations by GNI per capita. High income in blue ($12,616 or more, as defined by the World Bank), upper middle income in green ($4,086 – $12,615) and lower middle income ($1,036 – $4,085) in yellow.

State (51) [1] GNI [2] GDP [3] GDP PPP [4] GNI PPP [5]
Albania 4,090 3,912 9,443 9,390
Andorra n/d n/d n/d n/d
Armenia 3,720 2,990 6,645 6,990
Austria 48,160 47,083 44,208 44,100
Azerbaijan 6,050 7,450 10,624 9,410
Belarus 6,530 6,739 15,579 15,210
Belgium 44,990 43,686 39,788 40,170
Bosnia and Herzegovina 4,650 4,461 9,235 9,380
Bulgaria 6,870 7,033 15,933 15,390
Croatia 13,290 12,971 20,532 19,760
Cyprus 26,000[6] 26,389 30,597 29,400
Czech Republic 18,130 18,579 26,590 24,710
Denmark 59,770 56,202 42,086 43,340
Estonia 15,830 16,319 23,065 22,030
Finland 46,940 46,098 38,655 38,630
France 41,750[7] 41,140 36,104 36,720
Georgia 3,280 3,542 5,902 5,860
Germany 44,010 41,512 40,901 41,890
Greece 23,260 22,055 25,331 25,460
Hungary 12,390 12,735 22,119 20,710
Iceland 38,710 41,739 37,852 33,840
Ireland 38,970 45,888 43,592 35,870
Italy 33,840 33,115 33,111 32,870
Kazakhstan 9,730 11,772 13,892 11,950
Kosovo 3,640 n/d 2,300[8] n/d
Latvia 14,180 13,899 21,005 21,020
Liechtenstein n/d[9] n/d n/d n/d

Lithuania
Lithuania
13,850 14,018 23,487 22,760
Luxembourg 76,960 107,206 91,388 65,190
Macedonia 4,690 4,682 11,710 11,570
Malta 19,760 20,852 29,013 26,990
Moldova 2,070[10] 2,037 3,424 3,690
Monaco n/d n/d n/d n/d
Montenegro 6,940 n/d n/d n/d
Netherlands 48,250 46,142 43,198 43,620
Norway 98,860 99,461 65,640 66,960
Poland 12,670 12,537 22,162 21,170
Portugal 20,580 20,178 25,411 24,770
Romania 8,420 7,934 16,518 16,310
Russia 12,700 14,246 23,501 22,720
San Marino 46,770[9] n/d n/d n/d
Serbia 5,280 4,943 11,544 11,180
Slovakia 17,170 16,899 25,305 24,770
Slovenia 22,710 22,192 27,589 27,240
Spain 30,110 29,288 32,682 32,320
Sweden 56,210 55,157 43,180 44,150
Switzerland 82,730 79,033 53,367 56,240
Turkey 10,830 10,609 18,348 18,190
Ukraine 3,500 3,877 7,418 7,290
United Kingdom 38,250 38,588 36,901 36,880
Vatican City n/d n/d n/d n/d
  high income ($12,616 or more)
  upper middle income ($4,086 – $12,615)
  lower middle income ($1,036 – $4,085)

See also

References

  1. ^ Only 51 sovereign states are listed, including Kosovo and Vatican which are not UN members
  2. ^ GNI (nominal) per capita 2012, World Development Indicators database [1] , Atlas method, World Bank, revised 12 Aug 2013
  3. ^ GDP per capita for year 2012 from IMF World Economic Outlook Database 2012 October Edition
  4. ^ GDP PPP per capita 2012, World Development Indicators database [2], World Bank, revised 12 Aug 2013
  5. ^ GNI PPP per capita 2012, World Development Indicators database [3] , World Bank, revised 12 Aug 2013
  6. ^ Excludes Turkish Cypriot side(Northern Cyprus).
  7. ^ Data include the French overseas departments of French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Martinique and Réunion.
  8. ^ https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/kv.html CIA – The World Factbook – Kosovo
  9. ^ a b 2008 data not available; ranking is approximate.
  10. ^ Data exclude Transnistria.
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