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EU-s major economies and their GDP

In order to be able to compare the added value of different states, the national GDP is divided by population and thus the GDP per capital is calculated. Germany has the eights highest GDP per capita in the European Union and thus is not at the forefront anymore. Malta, on the other hand, has shown increasing growth and gained the fourteenth highest GDP per capita in the EU.

International reference point: GDP per capita

Germany is the largest national economy of the European Union (EU), with a GDP of EUR 3.44 trillion in 2019. Malta, on the other hand, is the smallest national economy of the EU with a GDP of around EUR 13.2 billion. Malta also has the smallest population, while Germany is the most populous EU member-state.

The GDP of France in 2019 was worth about 2890 billion US Dollars, according to official data from the World Bank and projections from Trading Economics. The GDP value of France represents 2.39% of the world economy.

The GDP of Spain in 2019 was worth about 1460 billion US Dollars, according to official data from the World Bank and projections from Trading Economics. The GDP value of Spain represents 1.21% of the world economy.

The GDP of Greece in 2019 was worth about 222 billion US Dollars, according to official data from the World Bank and projections from Trading Economics. The GDP value of France represents 0.18% of the world economy.