Serbian GDP per capita half of the EU average

Serbia’s gross domestic product per capita is 54% below the EU average, while in the EU, Luxembourg has the highest GDP per capita and Bulgaria the lowest.

In Luxembourg, the GDP per capita is 139% above the EU average, followed by Ireland (111%) and the Netherlands (30%).

Additional eight countries have a higher GDP per capita than the EU average – Denmark, Austria, Belgium, Germany, Sweden, Finland, Malta and France.

Bulgaria has the lowest GDP per capita, 36% below the EU average, followed by Greece (33%) and Latvia (29%).

The EFTA countries Norway, Switzerland and Iceland also have a higher GDP per capita than the EU average, by 73%, 54% and 34% respectively.

Of the candidate countries, Turkey has the highest GDP per capita, 27% below the EU average, followed by Montenegro (48% below the average).

In North Macedonia, the GDP per capita is 59% lower than the EU average and in Albania and Bosnia and Herzegovina 65%.

In Serbia, the GDP per capita, in comparison to the EU average, dropped from 2013, when it was 59%.

(Vreme, 20.06.2024)

https://vreme.com/ekonomija/bdp-u-srbiji-upola-manji-nego-u-evropskoj-uniji/

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