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Germany Population: 83,900,471

ESTIMATED NUMBER OF PEOPLE LIVING IN GERMANY (2021)


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(period: 1870-2020)




 
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Indicator 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
Population (Millions) 82.7 83.1 83.5 83.8 83.9
Current GDP (US$ Billions) 3,467.5 3,673.5 3,961.8 3,861.1 3,806.1
Current GDP per Capita (US$ Billions) 42,108 44,443 47,787 46,468 45,724
Real GDP (US$ Billions, 2017) 3,775.2 3,873.5 3,922.6 3,944.4 3,751.2
Real GDP per Capita (US$), 2017) 45,845 46,862 47,314 47,469 45,065

2021 Population Data for Europe
Country Population
(Millions, 2021)
Albania 2.9
Austria 9.0
Belarus 9.4
Belgium 11.6
Bulgaria 6.9
Croatia 4.1
Czech Republic 10.7
Denmark 5.8
Estonia 1.3
Finland 5.5
France 65.4
Germany 83.9
Greece 10.4
Hungary 9.6
Ireland 5.0
Italy 60.4
Latvia 1.9
Lithuania 2.7
Netherlands 17.2
Norway 5.5
Poland 37.8
Portugal 10.2
Romania 19.1
Russia 145.9
Slovak Republic 5.5
Slovenia 2.1
Spain 46.7
Sweden 10.2
Switzerland 8.7
Ukraine 43.5
United Kingdom 68.2
Source: United Nations & World Economics



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