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List of European countries by GDP (nominal) per capita

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List of European countries by GDP (nominal) per capita

This is a list and map of European nations by GDP per capita.

Map of sovereign states in Europe by GDP (nominal) per capita 2010

  • The map data is for year 2010 from IMF. Blue color countries are more than $20 000, green $10 000 - $20 000, and yellow below $10 000 GDP per capita.

List of sovereign states in Europe by GDP (nominal) per capita 2010

Data across columns are not comparable as they may refer to different years. All data are in United States dollars.

Note: To sort the table in descending order, click on the little square next to the column you wish sorted four times.

Country Rank in World IMF[1] 2010 Rank in World WB[2] 2009 Rank in World CIA[3] 2010 Estimation
 Albania 101 3,677 96 3,808 102 4,000
 Armenia 118 2,846 104 2,826 112 3,000
 Austria 13 44,987 12 45,562 18 44,600
 Azerbaijan 77 6,008 80 4,899 78 6,300
 Belarus 79 5,800 79 5,075 86 5,500
 Belgium 17 42,630 14 43,671 19 44,300
 Bulgaria 74 6,334 69 6,423 79 6,300
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 95 4,319 84 4,525 107 3,500
 Croatia 44 13,720 42 14,222 48 13,400
 Cyprus 28 28,237 26 31,280 35 20,600
 Czech Republic 38 18,288 34 18,139 38 19,100
 Denmark 6 56,147 7 55,992 7 56,500
 Estonia 42 14,836 41 14,238 45 14,600
 European Union - - - - - 32,400
 Finland 15 43,492 12 45,515 13 53,616
 France 12 44,747 8 45,523 15 49,489
 Georgia 115 2,448 103 2,315 113 2,868
 Germany 16 40,875 16 40,079 20 46,352
 Greece 25 29,635 21 32,166 27 34,832
 Hungary 46 12,927 35 13,741 55 13,231
 Iceland 19 37,977 3 62,733 8 62,490
 Ireland 6 51,356 4 58,339 5 68,574
 Italy 21 35,435 18 35,494 24 41,259
 Kazakhstan 66 7,019 55 6,708 63 9,204
 Kosovo[4] - - - - 129 1,813
 Latvia 48 11,607 37 11,931 47 15,097
 Liechtenstein - - - - 1 145,734
 Lithuania 50 11,172 39 11,353 51 13,674
 Luxembourg 1 104,512 1 99,879 3 118,538
 Malta 34 19,111 - - 37 21,272
 Moldova 125 1,514 119 1,159 137 1,433
 Montenegro - - 58 5,928 78 6,658
 Netherlands 7 48,223 9 46,041 12 54,640
 Norway 2 79,085 2 81,111 4 103,586
 Poland 49 11,288 40 12,274 48 12,271
 Portugal 32 21,408 27 20,762 25 23,930
 Republic of Macedonia 84 4,482 82 3,726 94 4,669
 Romania 63 7,542 51 7,703 62 9,615
 Russia 59 8,694 44 9,115 57 12,487
 San Marino - - - - 26 36,768
 Serbia 74 5,809 64 5,630 76 7,038
 Slovakia 39 16,282 34 13,887 40 18,440
 Slovenia 30 24,417 26 22,523 32 28,396
 Spain 23 31,946 22 31,846 23 41,565
 Sweden 13 43,986 7 48,584 11 56,703
  Switzerland 4 67,560 6 55,035 7 64,974
 Turkey 57 8,723 45 8,893 60 10,540
 Ukraine 112 2,542 91 3,029 98 4,350
 United Kingdom 22 35,334 14 44,693 21 45,731

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