Eurostat: Poland's per inhabitant GDP rises to 61% of EU average in 2009.

By bne IntelliNews June 22, 2010
Poland's GDP per inhabitant, expressed in purchasing power standards, rose to 61% of the European Union's average in 2009 from 56% in 2008 and 54% in 2007, the EU's stats office Eurostat has announced. The highest figures were reported by Luxembourg (268%) and Ireland (131%), while the euro-zone's indicator was 108% of the average. Four EU member-states noted the ratio below Poland's level: Lithuania (53%, vs. 62% in 2008), Latvia (49% vs. 57%), Romania (45%, no 2008 data), Bulgaria (41%, unchanged). ISB, tom

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