Top twenty richest areas of Europe; Inner London is the richest with income over three times the EU average

Via Eurostat:

In 2008, GDP per inhabitant, expressed in terms of purchasing power standards, in the EU27's 23 regions ranged from 28% of the EU27 average in the region of Severozapaden in Bulgaria, to 343% of the average in Inner London in the United Kingdom.
The richest areas are almost all found in Northern and Western Europe.  The poor areas are in Eastern Europe.

The twenty richest areas of Europe
Rank
Region
% average
1
Inner London (UK)
343
2
Luxembourg (LU)
279
3
Bruxelles-Cap. / Brussels Hfdst. (BE)
216
4
Groningen (NL)
198
5
Hamburg (DE)
188
6
Praha (CZ)
172
7
Île de France (FR)
168
8
Stockholm (SE)
167
9
Bratislavský Kraj (SK)
167
10
Wien (AT)
163
11
Oberbayern (DE)
162
12
Bremen (DE)
158
13
Utrecht (NL)
157
14
North Eastern Scotland (UK)
157
15
Darmstadt (DE)
156
16
Berkshire, Buckinghamshire & Oxfordshire (UK)
154
17
Noord-Holland (NL)
152
18
Hovedstaden (DK)
152
19
Southern & Eastern (IE)
148
20
Åland (FI)
145
The twenty poorest Areas of Europe
Rank
Region
% average
1
Severozapaden (BG)
28
2
Nord-Est (RO)
29
3
Severen tsentralen (BG)
30
4
Yuzhen tsentralen (BG)
30
5
Yugoiztochen (BG)
36
6
Sud-Vest Oltenia (RO)
36
7
Severoiztochen (BG)
37
8
Sud-Est (RO)
39
9
Podkarpackie (PL)
39
10
Sud-Muntenia (RO)
39
11
Lubelskie (PL)
39
12
Észak-Magyarország (HU)
40
13
Észak-Alföld (HU)
40
14
Podlaskie (PL)
41
15
Nord-Vest (RO)
41
16
Warmińsko-Mazurskie (PL)
42
17
Dél-Alföld (HU)
43
18
Dél-Dunántúl (HU)
44
19
Centru (RO)
45
20
Swietokrzyskie (PL)
45

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