List of Italian regions by GDP

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This article lists Italian regions and autonomous provinces (NUTS2) by gross domestic product (GDP).

Gross domestic product[edit]

This table reports the gross domestic product (nominal GDP), expressed in millions of euro, of the twenty Italian regions and two autonomous provinces from 2000 to 2015.

List of Italian regions by GDP (millions of current euro[1])
Rank Region 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015  % of Nation
1  Lombardy 257,315 270,005 281,977 291,488 301,791 310,195 319,728 333,047 346,189 330,594 345,569 352,857 346,972 344,407 351,831 357,200 21.71
2  Lazio 135,579 143,912 151,451 156,104 166,260 171,116 177,058 184,742 185,199 182,492 184,141 187,649 182,525 180,802 181,983 182,642 11.09
3  Veneto 112,686 116,875 119,679 125,795 132,334 136,174 141,078 146,984 147,220 142,048 144,738 149,232 146,773 147,023 149,603 151,634 9.21
4  Emilia-Romagna 106,967 111,321 115,006 118,585 123,614 127,191 134,164 140,856 142,842 135,581 138,755 144,413 142,532 143,796 146,812 149,525 9.08
5  Piedmont 100,449 104,622 108,148 112,347 116,777 120,012 124,739 128,808 129,164 120,669 125,313 128,104 123,950 125,353 125,444 127,365 7.74
6  Tuscany 80,776 84,609 87,702 90,840 94,400 96,425 100,696 104,999 106,096 104,029 105,152 107,704 107,241 106,456 108,516 110,332 6.70
7  Campania 82,289 86,662 90,435 92,392 95,408 97,907 101,682 105,126 105,537 102,678 101,430 101,213 100,738 99,202 99,880 100,544 6.11
8  Sicily 69,928 73,669 75,977 78,751 81,124 84,770 88,154 90,005 91,120 88,796 88,966 88,712 88,049 86,722 84,888 87,383 5.31
9  Apulia 57,708 60,045 61,630 63,246 65,224 66,581 69,479 71,143 70,506 68,785 69,990 71,267 71,702 70,115 70,654 72,135 4.38
10  Liguria 37,131 39,234 39,839 41,522 43,080 44,322 45,695 48,203 49,254 46,986 46,688 47,630 46,801 46,347 47,180 47,663 2.90
11  Marche 30,594 32,163 33,896 34,784 36,285 37,355 39,467 41,210 40,974 39,856 39,921 40,486 39,597 30,132 40,239 40,593 2.47
-  Trentino-Alto Adige 27,182 28,242 28,913 29,938 31,393 32,055 33,584 35,194 36,036 35,669 36,683 37,737 38,487 39,180 39,532 40,096 2.44
12  Friuli-Venezia Giulia 28,031 29,473 30,412 30,717 31,833 33,160 34,679 36,207 35,924 33,968 35,169 35,844 34,746 35,106 35,438 35,669 2.17
13  Calabria 26,383 27,732 28,312 29,159 30,512 31,427 32,419 33,253 33,816 33,092 32,975 33,328 32,734 32,255 32,105 32,795 1.99
14  Abruzzo 24,046 25,177 25,739 26,168 26,273 27,579 28,867 30,086 30,863 29,747 30,581 31,888 31,788 31,349 31,426 32,592 1.98
15  Sardinia 25,296 26,798 27,360 28,650 30,033 30,670 31,950 32,948 33,926 33,090 33,150 33,375 33,359 32,506 32,520 32,481 1.97
16  South Tyrol 13,878 14,182 14,432 14,990 15,952 16,243 17,175 17,944 18,541 18,448 19,081 19,723 20,493 20,783 20,983 21,488 1.30
17  Umbria 17,668 18,538 18,984 19,603 20,442 20,821 21,858 22,663 22,967 21,584 21,947 22,133 21,520 21,171 20,855 21,438 1.30
18  Trentino 13,395 14,060 14,481 14,948 15,441 15,812 16,409 17,250 17,495 17,221 17,602 18,014 17,994 18,397 18,549 18,608 1.14
19  Basilicata 9,590 9,860 10,140 10,110 10,418 10,546 11,147 11,593 11,571 10,937 10,797 11,129 11,081 11,404 11,037 11,449 0.69
20  Molise 5,356 5,612 5,756 5,863 6,107 6,245 6,643 6,910 6,756 5,587 6,552 6,546 5,369 5,961 5,947 6,042 0.36
21  Aosta Valley 3,286 3,447 3,564 3,830 3,950 4,091 4,227 4,346 4,487 4,289 4,487 4,559 4,593 4,403 4,385 4,374 0.27
 Italy 1,239,266 1,298,890 1,345,794 1,390,710 1,448,363 1,489,726 1,548,473 1,609,551 1,632,151 1,572,878 1,604,515 1,637,463 1,613,265 1,604,599 1,621,827 1,645,439 100.00

Per capita GDP[edit]

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Figures are in euros at market exchange rates and not at purchasing power parity (PPP).

Italian regions and autonomous provinces by GDP per capita (in euros, at current market prices)[2]
Rank Region 2015  % of National average
1  South Tyrol 41,141 152.12
-  Trentino-Alto Adige 37,813 139.81
2  Lombardy 35,885 132.88
3  Trentino 34,597 127.92
4  Aosta Valley 34,301 125.82
5  Emilia-Romagna 33,558 124.08
6  Lazio 30,967 114.50
7  Veneto 30,843 114.04
8  Liguria 30,438 112.55
9  Tuscany 29,446 108.88
10  Friuli-Venezia Giulia 29,147 107.77
11  Piedmont 28,870 106.75
12  Marche 25,971 96.03
13  Abruzzo 24,160 89.33
14  Umbria 23,735 87.76
15  Basilicata 19,473 72.00
16  Sardinia 19,306 71.38
17  Molise 18,891 69.85
18  Campania 17,187 63.55
19  Apulia 17,166 63.47
20  Sicily 17,068 63.11
21  Calabria 16,467 60.88
 Italy 27,045 100.00

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Gross domestic product (GDP) at current market prices by NUTS 2 regions". Retrieved 15 November 2017. 
  2. ^ "Regional accounts: per capita values". Istituto Nazionale di Statistica. Retrieved 24 November 2017.