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16.12.2021
Gross domestic product (GDP) and actual individual consumption (AIC) per capita in purchasing power standards (PPS) 2020

According to the latest data published by EUROSTAT, the gross domestic product per capita in purchasing power standards in Montenegro in 2020 was 45% of the EU average.

Among the Member States, the highest GDP per capita in purchasing power standards is recorded in Luxembourg which level was more than two and a half times above the EU average and it was 263% of the EU average, while Bulgaria was at the lowest level with 55% of the EU average.

Among the neighbouring countries, Croatia recorded the highest GDP per capita in purchasing power standards which is 64% of the EU average, while Montenegro is ranked at the second place with 45% of the EU average. Serbia was on the level of 43% of the European average, North Macedonia was on the level of 38%, Bosnia and Herzegovina was on the level of 33%, while Albania was on the level of 30% of the European average.

Actual individual consumption (AIC) per capita in PPS, among Member States in 2020, ranged from 61% of the EU average in Bulgaria to 145% of the EU average in Luxembourg.

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