Labour productivity per person employed is a frequently used indicator for productivity and it is measured by GDP in purchasing power standards
per person employed relative to the EU (EU = 100).
In comparison, the GDP per capita in Luxembourg expressed in purchasing power standards
was more than two and a half times the EU27 average.
In the period of 2010-2012 the goss domestic product (GDP) per capita expressed, in purchasing power standards
(PPS) and the actual individual consumption (AIC) per capita has decreased in Cyprus, while in Greece it marked a significant shrinkage due the economic crisis.
When expressed in purchasing power standards
(PPS) the lowest household electricity prices were found in Finland (12.
In 2009, GDP per capita expressed in purchasing power standards
in the EU27 271 NUTS-2 regions ranged from 27% of the Union average in the region of Severozapaden (Bulgaria) to 332% of this average in Inner London (United Kingdom).
Severozapaden's GDP per inhabitant expressed in terms of purchasing power standards
was 28% of the EU average in 2008.
In 2010, the gross domestic product (GDP) per capita in Luxembourg, expressed in purchasing power standards
(PPS)(1) was more than two and a half times the EU27 average, said Eurostat, on 13 December.
CYPRUS' Gross Domestic Product (GDP) per inhabitant in purchasing power standards
(PPS) reached 96 points in 2008, with 100 points being the EU27 average.
He pointed out the Bulgarian GDP per capita expressed in Purchasing Power Standards
is 43% of the EU average, while Romania's is just 2% higher, according to Eurostat.
Based on the data for 2007, GDP per inhabitant in Cyprus, expressed in purchasing power standards
(PPS), was 91 per cent, only nine per cent below EU27 average recording a slight increase compared to the 90 per cent in 2006 though it is lower than the 93 per cent estimated in June based on Eurostat first preliminary estimates for 2007.
Based on preliminary estimates for 2010, gross domestic product (GDP) per capita expressed in purchasing power standards
(PPS - an artificial currency unit that eliminates price level differences between countries) ranged from 43% to 283% of the EU27 average across the member states, Eurostat reported, on 21 June.
Bulgaria's GDP per capita expressed in Purchasing Power Standards
is 57% below the EU 27 average, according to Eurostat's preliminary data for 2010.