Bosnias GDP per capita reaches 31% of EU average in 2009.

By bne IntelliNews December 16, 2010
The GDP per capita in Bosnia and Herzegovina, measured in purchasing power standards, reached 31% of the average for the 27 EU countries in 2009, up from 30% in 2008, the EU statistical office Eurostat said in a statement. In regional comparison, only Albania had lower GDP per capita - 27% of the EU-27 average. The country is outperformed by Croatia (with 65% of the EU average), Turkey (46%), Montenegro (41%), Serbia (37%) and Macedonia (36%).

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