List of Italian regions by GDP per capita

This table reports the gross domestic product[1] (PPP), expressed in millions of euros of the different Italian regions from 2000 to 2007. The last column reports the average growth rate of these different regions.

Regions

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Average growth rate 2000-2007
Lombardy 246,729.7 259,431.0 270,653.3 279,450.4 289,334.1 293,905.8 305,550.4 321,627.3 5.85%
Lazio 123,291.8 129,439.2 137,176.4 140,884.9 150,613.1 155,264.7 160,517.5 173,371.2 4.99%
Veneto 111,713.5 116,334.1 118,886.3 124,277.6 130,717.9 133,488.0 138,993.5 144,565.2 3.75%
Emilia-Romagna 106,215.6 110,431.6 113,722.5 116,548.1 120,544.4 123,928.3 128,795.3 133,94,4 3.38%
Piedmont 98,634.4 102,179.7 105,206.1 108,715.1 113,270.7 114,993.2 118,753.5 123,229.5 3.23%
Tuscany 79,513.8 84,087.4 87,294.0 90,476.1 93,771,5 95,682.8 99,114.5 102,606.7 3.71%
Campania 75,355.0 80,100.0 84,349.4 86,288.4 89,691.0 91,211.0 94,353.0 95,949.6 3.51%
Sicily 67,203.8 70,530.1 72,855.0 75,084.5 77,327.3 80,358.1 82,938.6 85,317.8 3.45%
Apulia 55,716.8 58,348.9 60,173.5 61,632.8 63,634.3 64,998.7 67,185.4 68,976.4 3.10%
Liguria 33,669.8 35,534.7 36,053.6 37,218.6 38,644.1 39,913.5 41,004.5 41,336.9 2.97%
Marche 30,527.8 32,291.3 33,912.9 34,794.0 36,170.9 36,994.1 38,542.6 40,311.8 4.05%
Friuli - Venezia Giulia 27,255.0 28,908.9 29,938.7 30,384.4 31,411.3 32,739.2 34,306.3 34,740.1 3.53%
Sardinia 25,958.1 27,547.6 28,151.6 29,487.3 30,595.5 31,421.3 32,579.0 33,823.2 3.85%
Calabria 26,344.4 27,680.0 28,574.7 29,685.4 31,073.3 31,616.7 32,507.7 33,248.3 3.38%
Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol 25,356.7 25,953.9 26,702.1 27,647.2 28,909.4 29,707.5 30,810.6 31,098.6 2.96%
Abruzzo 22,925.2 23,812.1 24,546.7 24,894.1 24,943.4 25,970.8 26,807.3 27,764.5 2.77%
Umbria 16,537.0 17,520.0 17,824.3 18,316.9 19,257.9 19,765.7 20,631.1 21,489.9 3.81%
Basilicata 8,808.0 9,054.0 9,393.4 9,557.2 9,947.5 10,138.8 10,539.3 10,802.7 2.96%
Molise 4,930.7 5,131.3 5,280.5 5,337.7 5,563.9 5,783.5 5,958.7 6,067.6 3.01%
Aosta Valley 3,224.9 3,352.3 3,508.0 3,664.8 3,844.0 3,918.9 4,059.8 4,288.2 4.15%
Extra 1,144.6 980.1 1,022.7 1,008.2 1,275.5 1,247.4 1,454.3
Italy 1,191,056.7 1,248,648.1 1,295,225.7 1,335,353.7 1,390,539.0 1,423,048.0 1,475,403.0 1,534,561.0 3.69%



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