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- Luxembourg- $110,870 GDP per capita. The small, robust economy of landlocked Luxembourg benefits from year on year growth, low inflation and an equally low unemployment rate.
- Ireland – $79,925 GDP per capita. Despite a stumble in the final quarter of 2018 (triggered by a slowdown in domestic demands and a contraction in construction related investments), Ireland’s small, modern economy is still one of the strongest in Europe.
- Norway – $74,065 GDP per capita. Norway boasts one of the highest standards of living of any European country, and a similarly prosperous economy. Its developed, mixed economic structure is heavily dependent on natural resources, and it remains one of the world’s leading petroleum exporters, despite oil production showing a 50% decline since 2000.
- Switzerland – $63,380 GDP per capita. As one of the world’s biggest free market economies, Switzerland has seen healthy growth in the last few years. Most of this is down to a highly developed service sector, which includes one of the world’s most significant banking industries and a very robust tourism trade.
- Ukraine. With a per capita GNI of $3,540, Ukraine is the poorest country in Europe as of 2020. Ukraine once had the second-largest economy in the USSR.
- Georgia. Georgia posted a GNI per capita of $4,290 in 2020, lower than any European country except Ukraine. Geographically situated between Russia, Turkey, Armenia, and the Black Sea, this former member of the USSR is enduring some difficult times.
- Kosovo. Assuming for the sake of conversation that it is a sovereign country and not an independent Serbian territory, Kosovo had a per capita GNI of $4,440 in 2020, making it the third-poorest country in Europe.
- Moldova. Moldova is one of the poorest countries in Europe, with a GNI per capita of $4,570 in 2020. Formerly part of the USSR, Moldova faced political instability, economic decline, trade obstacles, and other hardships following the Soviet Union's collapse in 1991.
Top 10 Richest Countries in Europe by total 2020 GDP (current US$ - World Bank) Germany - $3.8 trillion United Kingdom - $2.7 trillion France - $2.6 trillion Italy - $1.9 trillion Russia * - $1.5 trillion Spain - $1.3 trillion Netherlands - $913.8 billion Switzerland - $752.2 billion Turkey - $720.1 billion Poland - $594.2 billion