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List of Italian regions by GRP per capita

This article is about the gross regional product (GRP) per capita of Italian regions in nominal values.[1] Values are shown in EUR€. For easy comparison, all the GRP figures are converted into US$ according to annual average exchange rates.[2][n 1] All values are rounded to the nearest hundred.

Note: Trentino-South Tyrol has separate values measured for the two self-governing provinces that make up the region—the Province of Trento, commonly known as Trentino, and the Province of Bolzano, commonly known as South Tyrol. These are shown in the table below in italics.

2017 [ edit ]

List of Italian regions by nominal GRP per capita
Region/Province Rank GRP per capita (EUR€) GRP per capita (US$) Comparable country[3]
  Italy 28,500 32,200   Bahamas
  South Tyrol 1 42,300 47,800   Austria
  Lombardy 2 38,000 42,900   Israel
  Trentino 3 36,100 40,800   United Kingdom
  Emilia-Romagna 4 35,300 39,900   United Kingdom
  Aosta Valley 5 35,200 39,800   United Arab Emirates
  Veneto 6 33,100 37,400   Japan
  Lazio 7 32,700 37,000   Japan
  Liguria 8 31,600 35,700   Japan
  Friuli-Venezia Giulia 9 30,900 34,900   Bahamas
  Tuscany 10 30,400 34,300   Bahamas
  Piedmont 11 30,300 34,200   Bahamas
  Marche 12 26,800 30,300   Kuwait
  Abruzzo 13 24,700 27,900   Spain
  Umbria 14 24,500 27,700   Spain
  Basilicata 15 21,100 23,800   Bahrain
  Sardinia 16 20,600 23,300   Slovenia
  Molise 17 19,800 22,400   Portugal
  Apulia 18 18,400 20,800   Saudi Arabia
  Campania 19 18,200 20,600   Estonia
  Sicily 20 17,500 19,800   Greece
  Calabria 21 17,200 19,400   Greece

Notes [ edit ]

  1. ^ Euro figures are converted to USD rates as of 31 December of a given year.

References [ edit ]

  1. ^ "Regional GDP in the European Union, 2017". ec.europa.eu. Retrieved 13 April 2020.
  2. ^ "Yearly Average Rates & Forex History Data". OFX. Retrieved 13 April 2020.
  3. ^ National Accounts - Analysis of Main Aggregates (AMA), (Select 'Data Selection', all countries, 'GDP, Per Capita GDP - US Dollars', and '2017' to generate table), United Nations Statistics Division. Accessed on 13 April 2020.
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