Gross domestic product per inhabitant in the EU

The EU is the 2nd largest economy in the planet in nominal terms (after the U.S.) and according to purchasing power parity (after China). The REU’s Gross Domestic Product was determined to be $18.8 trillion (nominal) in 2018, representing 22 percent of the world economy.

The Gross Domestic Product was $37 800 in 2017, compared to $59 495 in the US, $42 695 Japan and $16 636 in China. There are notable disparities in Gross Domestic Product between member nations varying from $105 148 in Luxembourg to $21 678 in Bulgaria.

Gross domestic product per inhabitant in the EU

Top 20 EU countries by GDP per capita ($)
1. Luxembourg – 113,954
2. Switzerland – 83,583
3. Norway – 82,372
4. Iceland – 75,700
5. Ireland – 75,192
6. Denmark – 61,227
7. Sweden – 53,867
8. Netherlands – 52,931
9. Austria – 51,708
10. San Marino – 50,904
11. Finland – 50,068
12. Germany – 48,670
13. Belgium – 46,979
14. France – 42,931
15. United Kingdom – 42,261
16. Italy – 34,349
17. Spain – 31,060
18. Malta – 30,555
19. Cyprus – 27,865
20. Slovenia – 26,586

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