List of European countries by GDP (nominal): Wikis

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This is a list of European countries sorted by their 2007, 2008, and 2009 gross domestic product at market or government official exchange rates (nominal GDP), map is for year 2009. 2009 figures are estimates. Data produced by the International Monetary Fund as of October 2009.

Nominal GDP list (sortable; in billions of $US)
2008 Rank Country  2007  2008  2009 
World 55,270 60,917 57,228
Europe 20,103 22,246 19,282
 European Union 16,939 18,388 16,191
1  Germany 3,328 3,673 3,235
2  United Kingdom 2,800 2,680 2,198
3  France 2,598 2,867 2,635
4  Italy 2,118 2,314 2,089
5  Spain 1,443 1,602 1,438
6  Russia 1,294 1,677 1,255
7  Netherlands 779 877 790
9  Belgium 459 506 461
10  Sweden 453 479 398
11  Switzerland 434 500 484
12  Poland 425 528 423
13  Norway 388 451 369
14  Austria 371 415 374
15  Greece 321 358 343
16  Denmark 310 340 308
17  Ireland 260 268 227
18  Finland 246 272 242
19  Portugal 224 245 220
20  Czech Republic 174 216 190
21  Romania 169 200 161
22  Ukraine 143 180 116
23  Hungary 139 156 124
24  Slovakia 75 95 88
25  Croatia 59 69 62
26  Luxembourg 50 55 46
27  Slovenia 47 55 50
28  Belarus 45 60 49
29  Serbia 40 50 42
30  Bulgaria 40 50 45
31  Lithuania 39 47 36
32  Azerbaijan 31 46 43
33  Latvia 29 34 24
34  Cyprus 23 27 25
35  Estonia 21 24 18
36  Iceland 20 17 12
37  Bosnia and Herzegovina 15 18 17
38  Georgia 10 13 11
39  Albania 10 12 11
40  Armenia 9 12 9
41  Macedonia 7 9 8
42  Malta 8 8 8
43  Moldova 4 6 5
44  Montenegro 4 5 4

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