Gross domestic product (GDP) per capita in Catalonia, Spain and the Eurozone between 2004 and 2016 (in euros)

GDP per capita in Catalonia, Spain and Eurozone 2004-2016 This statistic compares the gross domestic product (GDP) per capita of Catalonia, Spain and the Eurozone average between 2004 and 2016. GDP refers to the total market value of all goods and services that are produced within a country per year. It is an important indicator of the economic strength of a country. Despite following a similar trend to the rest of Spain, the region of Catalonia had a higher GDP than average for the country and was closer to the Eurozone average. In 2015, the Eurozone had the second highest GDP per capita of all regions worldwide, amounting to roughly 34 thousand U.S. dollars, compared with 22 thousand U.S. dollars of all Europe and central Asia. Overall Spain had the fifth largest GDP in the European Union in 2016, after Germany, followed the the United Kingdom, France and Italy respectfully, amounting to 1.23 trillion U.S. dollars. This makes Spain the 14th largest economy in the world when measured by GDP.
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CataloniaSpainEurozone
200425,07820,10025,000
200526,51521,30025,800
200628,16822,70027,000
200729,40723,90028,400
200829,48324,30028,900
200927,97523,30027,800
201028,04023,20028,500
201127,91422,90029,200
201227,19122,20029,200
201327,25222,00029,400
2014*28,00022,30030,000
2015*28,99723,20030,700
2016*29,96624,00031,600
CataloniaSpainEurozone
200425,07820,10025,000
200526,51521,30025,800
200628,16822,70027,000
200729,40723,90028,400
200829,48324,30028,900
200927,97523,30027,800
201028,04023,20028,500
201127,91422,90029,200
201227,19122,20029,200
201327,25222,00029,400
2014*28,00022,30030,000
2015*28,99723,20030,700
2016*29,96624,00031,600
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This statistic compares the gross domestic product (GDP) per capita of Catalonia, Spain and the Eurozone average between 2004 and 2016. GDP refers to the total market value of all goods and services that are produced within a country per year. It is an important indicator of the economic strength of a country. Despite following a similar trend to the rest of Spain, the region of Catalonia had a higher GDP than average for the country and was closer to the Eurozone average. In 2015, the Eurozone had the second highest GDP per capita of all regions worldwide, amounting to roughly 34 thousand U.S. dollars, compared with 22 thousand U.S. dollars of all Europe and central Asia. Overall Spain had the fifth largest GDP in the European Union in 2016, after Germany, followed the the United Kingdom, France and Italy respectfully, amounting to 1.23 trillion U.S. dollars. This makes Spain the 14th largest economy in the world when measured by GDP.
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Release date
August 2017
Region
Spain
Survey time period
2004 to 2016
Supplementary notes
* Provisional data for Spain.

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