Bulgaria's GDP Per Capita 60% Lower Than The Average EU-27

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Bulgaria and Romania's GDP per capita is more than 60% lower than the average for the EU-27, shows Eurostat data, provided by the Natonal Statistical Institute (NSI).

The preliminary 2006 report shows that GDP per capita, reflected in the standards for consumer purchasing ability in the 27 EU memeber countries is between one and seven times higher than in Bulgaria and Romania.

In Luxemburg GDP per capita is more than 2.5 times above the EU 27 average, in Ireland it is 40% higher, and 20% in Denmark, The Netherlands, Austria and Belgium.

Great Britain and Sweden are 15% above the average, 10% in Finland, Germany and France.

In Cyprus, Greece and Slovenia GDP per capita is betwen 5 and 15% lower than the EU average, Czech republic, Malta and Portugal are 20 – 25% lower, and in Estonia, Hungary, Slovakia, Lithuania, Latvia and Poland it is 30 to 50% lower than the average.

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