List of Czech regions by GDP

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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 GDP[edit]

Regions by GDP in 2016 according to data by the OECD.[1]

Rank Region GDP in mil CZK GDP in mil USD (PPP) Equivalent country[2]
1  Prague 1,193,230 91,787  Croatia
2  Central Bohemia 552,467 42,497  Bosnia and Herzegovina
3  South Moravian 513,673 39,513  Senegal
4  Moravian-Silesian 466,715 35,901  Gabon
5  Ústí nad Labem 274,260 21,097  Malawi
6  Plzeň 243,901 18,762  Kosovo
7  South Bohemia 238,629 18,356  Kosovo
8  Zlín 228,599 17,585  Iceland
9  Hradec Králové 221,057 17,004  Iceland
10  Olomouc 219,895 16,915  Iceland
11  Vysočina 190,130 14,625  Mauritania
12  Pardubice 186,156 14,320  Mauritania
13  Liberec 155,094 11,930  Bahamas
14  Karlovy Vary 89,456 6,881  Maldives
 Czech Republic 4,773,230 367,171  Norway

List of Regions by GDP per capita[edit]

Regions by GDP per capita in 2016 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 936,613 72,047  United Arab Emirates
2  South Moravian 436,455 33,573  Slovenia
3  Plzeň 422,251 32,481  Cyprus
4  Central Bohemia 414,475 31,883  Trinidad and Tobago
5  Hradec Králové 401,112 30,855  Portugal
6  Zlín 391,310 30,101  Slovakia
7  Moravian-Silesian 385,205 29,631  Estonia
8  South Bohemia 373,845 28,757  Malaysia
9  Vysočina 373,382 28,722  Malaysia
10  Pardubice 360,335 27,718  Malaysia
11  Liberec 352,374 27,106  Poland
12  Olomouc 346,662 26,666  Hungary
13  Ústí nad Labem 333,609 25,662  Latvia
14  Karlovy Vary 300,903 23,146  Panama
 Czech Republic 451,740 34,749  Israel

References[edit]

  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.