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List of German states by GDP

The article is about GDP of German states in main Fiscal years, all figures are from Federal Statistical Office of Germany. Calculating GDP of German states is based on EUR€, for easy comparison, all the GDP figures are converted into US$ according to current annual average exchange rates.

2013 List

List of German states by GDP in 2013 (in billions)
States Rank GDP (EUR€) GDP (US$) Share of
total GDP (%)
 Germany   2,737.600 3,635.807 100
 North Rhine-Westphalia 1 599.750 796.528 21.91
 Bavaria 2 487.990 648.100 17.83
 Baden-Württemberg 3 407.240 540.855 14.88
 Lower Saxony 4 238.980 317.389 8.73
 Hesse 5 235.680 313.007 8.61
 Rhineland-Palatinate 6 121.580 161.470 4.44
 Berlin 7 109.190 145.015 3.99
 Saxony 8 99.890 132.664 3.65
 Hamburg 9 97.730 129.795 3.57
 Schleswig-Holstein 10 78.700 104.521 2.87
 Brandenburg 11 59.130 78.531 2.16
 Saxony-Anhalt 13 53.000 70.389 1.94
 Thuringia 12 51.030 67.773 1.86
 Mecklenburg-Vorpommern 14 37.060 49.219 1.35
 Saarland 15 32.060 42.579 1.17
 Bremen 16 28.580 37.957 1.04

2012 List

List of German states by GDP in 2012 (in billions)
States Rank GDP (EUR€) GDP (US$) Share of
total GDP (%)
 Germany   2,643.900 3,396.883 100
 North Rhine-Westphalia 1 582.050 747.818 22.01
 Bavaria 2 465.500 598.074 17.61
 Baden-Württemberg 3 389.490 500.417 14.73
 Lower Saxony 4 230.020 295.530 8.70
 Hesse 5 229.750 295.183 8.69
 Rhineland-Palatinate 6 117.660 151.170 4.45
 Berlin 7 103.600 133.105 3.92
 Saxony 8 96.610 124.125 3.65
 Hamburg 9 95.820 123.110 3.62
 Schleswig-Holstein 10 77.280 99.289 2.92
 Brandenburg 11 57.770 74.223 2.19
 Saxony-Anhalt 13 52.810 67.850 2.00
 Thuringia 12 49.250 63.276 1.86
 Mecklenburg-Vorpommern 14 36.880 47.383 1.39
 Saarland 15 31.710 40.741 1.20
 Bremen 16 27.690 35.576 1.05

2011 List

List of German states by GDP in 2011 (in billions)
States Rank GDP (EUR€) GDP (US$) Share of
total GDP (%)
 Germany   2,570.800 3,578.500 100
 North Rhine-Westphalia 1 568.860 791.840 22.13
 Bavaria 2 446.440 621.440 17.37
 Baden-Württemberg 3 376.290 523.790 14.64
 Hesse 4 228.510 318.080 8.89
 Lower Saxony 5 224.350 312.290 8.73
 Rhineland-Palatinate 6 113.220 157.600 4.40
 Berlin 7 101.390 141.130 3.94
 Saxony 8 95.070 132.340 3.70
 Hamburg 9 94.430 131.440 3.67
 Schleswig-Holstein 10 73.630 102.490 2.86
 Brandenburg 11 55.090 76.680 2.14
 Saxony-Anhalt 13 51.880 72.220 2.02
 Thuringia 12 48.120 66.980 1.87
 Mecklenburg-Vorpommern 14 34.990 48.710 1.36
 Saarland 15 30.500 42.460 1.19
 Bremen 16 28.030 39.020 1.09

2010 List

List of German states by GDP in 2010 (in billions)
States Rank GDP (EUR€) GDP (US$) Share of
total GDP (%)
 Germany   2,498.800 3,312.740 100
 North Rhine-Westphalia 1 543.030 719.910 21.73
 Bavaria 2 442.390 586.490 17.70
 Baden-Württemberg 3 361.750 479.580 14.48
 Hesse 4 224.980 298.260 9.0
 Lower Saxony 5 213.971 283.679 8.56
 Rhineland-Palatinate 6 107.634 142.698 4.31
 Saxony 7 94.990 125.930 3.8
 Berlin 8 94.720 125.570 3.79
 Hamburg 9 88.310 117.087 3.5
 Schleswig-Holstein 10 75.631 100.273 3.0
 Brandenburg 11 55.827 74.002 2.2
 Saxony-Anhalt 12 52.168 69.155 2.0
 Thuringia 13 49.870 66,112 2.0
 Mecklenburg-Vorpommern 14 35.788 47.431 1.4
 Saarland 15 30.065 39.850 1.2
 Bremen 16 27.738 36.763 1.1

2009 List

List of German states by GDP in 2009 (in billions)
States Rank GDP (EUR€) GDP (US$) Share of
total GDP (%)
 Germany   2,397.10 3,343.48 100
 North Rhine-Westphalia 1 522.92 729.37 21.81
 Bavaria 2 423.84 591.17 17.68
 Baden-Württemberg 3 341.23 475.95 14.24
 Hesse 4 215.29 300.29 8.98
 Lower Saxony 5 205.72 286.94 8.58
 Rhineland-Palatinate 6 102.08 142.38 4.26
 Saxony 7 92.81 129.45 3.87
 Berlin 8 91.84 128.10 3.83
 Hamburg 9 84.53 117.90 3.53
 Schleswig-Holstein 10 73.49 102.50 3.07
 Brandenburg 11 54.22 75.63 2.26
 Saxony-Anhalt 12 50.44 70.35 2.10
 Thuringia 13 48.11 67.10 2.01
 Mecklenburg-Vorpommern 14 35.38 49.35 1.48
 Saarland 15 28.47 39.71 1.19
 Bremen 16 26.73 37.28 1.12

2008 List

List of German states by GDP in 2008 (in billions)
States Rank GDP (EUR€) GDP (US$) Share of
total GDP (%)
 Germany 2,495.80 3,655.85 100
 Baden-Württemberg 3 365.06 534.74 14.63
 Bavaria 2 444.81 651.56 17.82
 Berlin 8 88.58 129.75 3.55
 Brandenburg 11 54.37 79.64 2.18
 Bremen 16 27.43 40.18 1.10
 Hamburg 9 87.48 128.14 3.51
 Hesse 4 221.35 324.23 8.87
 Mecklenburg-Vorpommern 14 35.70 52.29 1.43
 Lower Saxony 5 213.09 312.13 8.54
 North Rhine-Westphalia 1 547.54 802.04 21.94
 Rhineland-Palatinate 6 106.37 155.81 4.26
 Saarland 15 31.05 45.48 1.24
 Saxony 7 94.92 139.04 3.80
 Saxony-Anhalt 12 53.72 78.69 2.15
 Schleswig-Holstein 10 73.94 108.31 2.96
 Thuringia 13 50.38 73.80 2.02

Per Capita, 2008

Gross regional product per capita. All figures in the table account for purchasing power parity.
State EUR, 2008[1] % of EU27
average[1]
USD, 2008[2]
 Germany 29,000 116 34,198
 Baden-Württemberg 32,400 129 38,208
 Bavaria 33,900 135 39,976
 Berlin 24,700 99 29,127
 Brandenburg 20,500 82 24,175
 Bremen 39,500 158 46,580
 Hamburg 47,100 188 55,542
 Hesse 34,800 139 41,038
 Mecklenburg-Vorpommern 20,400 81 24,057
 Lower Saxony 25,500 102 30,071
 North Rhine-Westphalia 29,100 116 34,316
 Rhineland-Palatinate 25,100 100 29,599
 Saarland 28,700 114 33,844
 Saxony 21,500 86 25,354
 Saxony-Anhalt 21,400 85 25,236
 Schleswig-Holstein 24,900 99 29,363
 Thuringia 21,100 84 24,882

References

  1. ^ a b EUROPA - Press Releases - Regional GDP per inhabitant in 2008 GDP per inhabitant ranged from 28% of the EU27 average in Severozapaden in Bulgaria to 343% in Inner London
  2. ^ Germany, Implied PPP conversion rate

Notes

  • Federal Statistical Office of Germany
  • Annual average exchange rates: GDP (in US$), according to UN Countries GDP list, It is estimated that EUR€ 1 is equal to US$ 1.3948 in 2008 and 1.3892 in 2009. US$ 1 is equal to EUR€ 0.7543 in 2010 and US$ 1 is equal to EUR€ 0.7184 in 2011. EUR€ 1 is equal to US$ 1.2848 in 2012 and 1.3281 in 2013.
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