30th June 2020


Is EU the biggest economy?

The EU is the largest economy in the world. Although growth is projected to be slow, the EU remains the largest economy in the world with a GDP per head of €25 000 for its 500 million consumers. The EU is the world's largest trading block.

Herein, what are the 5 largest economies in Europe?

Europe's largest national economies with GDP (nominal) of more than $1 trillion are:
  • Germany (about $4.0 trillion),
  • United Kingdom (about $2.8 trillion),
  • France (about $2.8 trillion),
  • Italy (about $2.0 trillion),
  • Russia (about $1.6 trillion),
  • Spain (about $1.4 trillion),

Also to know, which is the poorest country in European Union?

Bulgaria is the poorest member state in the EU (as measured by GDP per capita), followed by Romania, Croatia, Poland and Hungary. Together, these countries received about 25% of overall EU expenditure in 2014, according to European Commission figures.

Is Spain a poor or rich country?

Economy of Spain
GDP per capita rank29th (nominal, 2019) 30th (PPP, 2018)
GDP by sectoragriculture: 2.6% industry: 23.2% services: 74.2% (2017 est.)
Inflation (CPI)1.0% (2020 est.) 0.7% (2019 est.) 1.7% (2018)
Population below poverty line21.5% at risk of poverty or social exclusion (2018)

Which EU countries are broke?

Other EU countries, like France and the United Kingdom have been affected as well, albeit not as severely.

National debt in the member states of the European Union in the 3rd quarter 2019 (in billion euros)
National debt in billion euros
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