Albanias 2011 GDP per capita at 30% of EU average Eurostat.

By bne IntelliNews December 14, 2012
Albanias GDP per capita, measured in purchasing power standards, was estimated at 30% of the EU 27average in 2011, Eurostat data showed. The ratio improved by 3pps from the 2010 level. However, Albania, together with Bosnia and Herzegovina still had the lowest GDP per capita in Europe, when compared to the EU average. GDP per capita in the poorest EU member state Bulgaria was at 46% of the average. In terms of Actual Individual Consumption (AIC) per capita, Albania was at 34% of the EU-27 average in 2011, which was again the lowest level in the sample. AIC is considered more accurate measure to compare households welfare, as it consists of goods and services purchased directly by households, as well as those provided by non-profit institutions and the government, such as healthcare and education.
GDP and AIC per capita in PPS (% of 27 EU average)
GDP per capita AIC per capita
2009 2010 2011 2009 2010 2011
Albania 28 27 30 32 30 34
Bosnia and Herzegovina 31 30 30 37 36 36
Macedonia 36 36 35 41 40 40
Montenegro 41 42 42 50 52 53
Croatia 62 59 61 58 57 59
Serbia 36 35 35 44 44 43
Bulgaria 44 44 46 43 43 45
Turkey 46 50 52 50 54 57
Source: Eurostat

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