Croatias GDP per capita improves to 65% of EU average in 2009.

By bne IntelliNews December 16, 2010
The GDP per capita in Croatia, expressed in purchasing power standards (PPS), improved to 65% of the average for the EU-27 member countries in 2009 from 64% in 2008, EU's statistical office Eurostat said. The PPS in different EU member countries ranged between 44% and 271% of the EU-27 average in 2000. Croatia scored better than EU member states Romania and Bulgaria, which had 46% and 44% of EU average. EU accession candidates Turkey and Macedonia reported GDP per inhabitant of 46% and 36%, respectively. In regional comparison, Montenegro's GDP per capital was 41% of the EU average, Serbia (37%), Bosnia and Herzegovina (31%) and Albania (27%).

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