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Old Posted Mar 14, 2014, 5:16 PM
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Here are the GDP per capita of the European countries based on the latest PPP valuations (International Comparison Program 2011) and the latest population figures.

Three countries in particular have moved significantly up and down the ranking:
- Germany: moved up the ranking due to the 2011 census which showed that the German population was lower than previously estimated
- UK: moved down the ranking due to a- high inflation after 2008 which has reduced the PPP value of the sterling pound, and b- the 2011 census which showed that the population of the UK was higher than previously estimated
- Russia: moved up the ranking because the PPP value of the rubble has been revised up by ICP 2011

GDP per capita at PPP value in 2012:
- Norway: 64,321 US dollars
- Switzerland: 51,365
- Austria: 43,692
- Ireland: 43,231
- Netherlands: 43,020
- Germany: 42,573
- Denmark: 42,503
- Sweden: 42,267
- Belgium: 40,296
- Iceland: 39,890
- Finland: 39,119
- France: 36,777 (Metropolitan France: 37,184)
- UK: 35,134
- Italy: 34,299
- Spain: 31,210

- Malta: 29,258
- Slovenia: 27,492
- Czech Republic: 27,009
- Slovakia: 26,030
- Russia: 25,268
- Estonia: 24,809
- Portugal: 24,807
- Greece: 24,763
- Lithuania: 23,970
- Hungary: 22,986
- Poland: 22,744
- Latvia: 21,906
- Croatia: 19,742
- Romania: 18,193
- Bulgaria: 16,090
- Montenegro: 14,280
- Serbia: 12,507
- Macedonia: 11,918
- Bosnia: 9,375
- Albania: 9,146
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