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Gross Domestic Product (GDP)



Greece GDP: 289 billion International Dollars (2019)

Gross Domestic Product (PPP in 2011 prices)


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(period: 1870-2019)




Indicator 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
GDP PPP (Billions, 2011) 274 274 278 284 289
GDP per capita PPP (2011) 24,672 24,747 25,243 25,882 26,458
GDP PPP Annual Growth Rate (%) -0.4% -0.2% 1.5% 2.1% 1.9%
GDP PPP Annual Growth Rate (10yr) -      -      -      -      -     
GDP PPP Annual Growth Rate (50yr) -      -      -      -      -     
GDP PPP Annual Growth Rate (100yr) -     % -     % -     % -     % -     %

Current GDP (LCU Billions) 176 174 178 186 192
Current GDP per Capita (LCU Billions) 15,870 15,757 16,157 16,941 17,621
Current GDP Annual Growth Rate (%) -1.3% -1.2% 2.0% 4.4% 3.6%
Real GDP (LCU Billions, 2010) 185 185 187 191 194
Real GDP per Capita (LCU Billions, 2010) 16,656 16,698 17,007 17,409 17,796
Real GDP Annual Growth Rate (%) -0.2% 1.4% 1.9% 1.9% -
Note: GDP PPP based on: 2011 International Dollars
Source: Current & Real GDP data, World Bank
GDP PPP data, World Economics
Population data, United Nations





2019 GDP for Europe
Country GDP PPP
(Billions, 2011)
GDP PPP
per Capita
(Thousands, 2011)
GDP Annual
Growth Rate
Albania 35.08 12,003 2.2%
Austria 406.51 46,965 1.6%
Belarus 164.21 17,330 1.2%
Belgium 482.95 41,657 1.4%
Bulgaria 137.24 19,759 3.4%
Croatia 97.35 23,298 2.9%
Czech Republic 341.90 32,410 2.6%
Denmark 260.64 45,261 2.4%
Estonia 40.59 31,274 4.3%
Finland 220.64 39,408 1.0%
France 2,582.82 39,431 1.3%
Germany 3,735.39 46,206 0.6%
Greece 288.82 26,803 1.9%
Hungary 283.73 29,194 4.9%
Ireland 346.79 73,056 5.5%
Italy 2,062.78 34,471 0.3%
Latvia 51.92 27,382 2.2%
Lithuania 88.41 32,403 3.9%
Macedonia 29.77 3.6%
Netherlands 805.92 46,984 1.8%
Norway 351.41 64,281 1.2%
Poland 1,089.11 28,230 4.1%
Portugal 287.76 28,364 2.2%
Romania 466.05 24,592 4.1%
Russia 3,505.52 24,418 1.3%
Slovak Republic 171.53 31,531 2.3%
Slovenia 67.78 32,680 2.4%
Spain 1,663.26 36,463 2.0%
Sweden 468.07 46,402 1.2%
Switzerland 464.24 53,653 0.9%
Turkey 1,787.45 21,459 0.9%
Ukraine 359.25 8,144 3.2%
United Kingdom 2,548.90 38,458 1.4%
Total 25,695.00 1,103,970 76.2%
Average 778.64 33,454 2.3%
Note: GDP PPP based on: 2011 International Dollars
Source: GDP PPP data, World Economics
Population data, United Nations



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