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GDP in Purchasing Power Standard (PPS) per inhabitant: highest and lowest NUTS 2 region within each Member State (% of the EU-28 average, 2014)

GDP in Purchasing Power Standard (PPS) per inhabitant: highest and lowest NUTS 2 region within each Member State (% of the EU-28 average, 2014)

GDP in Purchasing Power Standard (PPS) per inhabitant: highest and lowest NUTS 2 region within each Member State (% of the EU-28 average, 2014)

The bar chart shows the highest and lowest NUTS 2 region of each Member State, as well as the national level of GDP in PPS per capita. Six countries – Luxembourg, Malta, Cyprus, Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia – have only one NUTS 2 region, therefore only data for the national level are presented. The length of the bar represents the inequality between the richest and the poorest region of each Member State.
The line chart shows the highest and the lowest value of GDP in each Member State as well as the national average for both the years (2004 and 2014). The graph does not consider the six countries not divided into regions.

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