List of Czech regions by GDP

This is a list of Czech regions by GDP and GDP per capita. The equivalent countries which are comparable to the Czech regions in GDP per capita are chosen by Worldbank data for the same year.

List of Regions by GDPEdit

Regions by GDP in 2017 according to data by the OECD.[1]

Rank Region GDP in mil CZK GDP in mil USD (PPP) Equivalent country[2]
1   Prague 1,283,410 103,689   Lebanon
2   Central Bohemia 599,821 48,460   Senegal
3   South Moravian 531,374 42,930   Mali
4   Moravian-Silesian 474,307 38,920   Nicaragua
5   Ústí nad Labem 283,381 22,894   Rwanda
6   Plzeň 255,226 20,620   Malta
7   South Bohemia 247,332 19,982   Malta
8   Hradec Králové 243,500 19,673   Malta
9   Zlín 237,885 19,219   Iceland
10   Pardubice 200,687 16,213   Iceland
11   Olomouc 236,619 19,116   Iceland
12   Vysočina 199,430 16,112   Mauritania
13   Liberec 160,808 12,992   Sierra Leone
14   Karlovy Vary 93,482 7,552   Liberia
  Czech Republic 5,047,270 407,775   Iraq

List of Regions by GDP per capitaEdit

Regions by GDP per capita in 2017 according to data by the OECD.[1]

Rank Region GDP per capita in CZK GDP per capita in USD
(PPP)
Equivalent country[3]
1   Prague 996,819 80,534   Ireland
2   South Moravian 449,932 36,350   Slovenia
3   Central Bohemia 445,669 36,006   Trinidad and Tobago
4   Hradec Králové 441,964 35,707   Bahamas
5   Plzeň 440,257 35,569   Bahamas
6   Zlín 407,770 32,944   Portugal
7   Moravian-Silesian 392,677 31,725   Slovakia
8   Vysočina 391,862 31,659   Slovakia
9   Pardubice 387,644 31,318   Slovakia
10   South Bohemia 386,764 31,247   Slovakia
11   Olomouc 373 481 30,174   Panama
12   Liberec 364,668 29,462   Hungary
13   Ústí nad Labem 345,069 27,879   Turkey
14   Karlovy Vary 315,584 25,496   Saint Kitts and Nevis
  Czech Republic 476,407 38,489   Israel

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Regions and Cities > Regional Statistics > Regional Economy > Regional GDP per Capita, OECD.Stats. Accessed on 16 November 2018.
  2. ^ "GDP, PPP (current international $) | Data". data.worldbank.org. Retrieved 2018-11-17.
  3. ^ "GDP per capita, PPP (current international $) | Data". data.worldbank.org. Retrieved 2018-11-19.