Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Irish GDP per capita in 2005 was 39% above the EU25 average while Irish GNP per capita was 33% above

Finfacts Team:

GDP per capita in Luxembourg, expressed in terms of purchasing power standards3 (PPS), was more than twice the EU25 average in 2005, while Ireland was about 40% above the average. The Netherlands, Austria, Denmark, Belgium, the United Kingdom and Sweden were between approximately 15% and 25% above the average. Finland, Germany and France recorded figures about 10% above the EU25 average, while Italy and Spain were around the average.

Ireland's GDP in 2005 was €161.2 billion compared with a GNP of €135.9. The latter figure is adjusted for the profits of the large multinational sector.

Cyprus was about 10% below the EU25 average, while Greece and Slovenia were around 20% below. The Czech Republic, Portugal and Malta were around 30% below the EU25 average, while Hungary, Estonia and Slovakia were about 40% below. Lithuania, Poland and Latvia were around half of the EU25 average.

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At 10:18 AM, Anonymous mh said...

It would be interesting to see statistics on the GNP and GDP in the statelet.

At 1:43 PM, Blogger Diarmid said...


Do you mean the Six Counties?

At 3:42 PM, Anonymous mh said...

Yes - although I think using the term statelet may be too generous.


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