List of metropolitan areas in the European Union by GDP

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A metropolitan region's gross domestic product, or GDP, is one of several measures of the size of its economy. Similar to GDP, GMP is defined as the market value of all final goods and services produced within a metropolitan area in a given period of time. In this case the statistics of Eurostat's[1] Urban Audit for Larger Urban Zones have been used.

2016/2017[edit]


Rank Metro Area Gross Metropolitan Product
(in billions EUR)[2]
Year
1 France Paris metropolitan area, France 684 2016
2 Spain Madrid Metropolitan Area, Spain 212 2016
3 Italy Milan metropolitan area, Italy 200 2016
4 Germany Munich Metropolitan Region, Germany 179 2016
5 Germany Berlin Metropolitan Region, Germany 173 2016
6 Netherlands Rotterdam–The Hague metropolitan area, Netherlands 170 2016
7 Netherlands Amsterdam metropolitan area, Netherlands 166 2016
8 Germany Ruhr Area, Germany 161 2016
9 Spain Barcelona metropolitan area, Spain 157 2016
10 Italy Rome metropolitan area, Italy 157 2016
11 Germany Hamburg Metropolitan Region, Germany 154 2016
12 Sweden Stockholm metropolitan area, Sweden 147 2016
13 Germany Stuttgart Region, Germany 145 2016
14 Germany Frankfurt/Rhine-Main, Germany 142 2016
15 Republic of Ireland Dublin Metropolitan Area, Ireland 133 2016
16 Belgium Brussels Capital Region, Belgium 132 2017
17 Denmark Greater Copenhagen, Denmark 127 2017
18 Austria Vienna metropolitan area, Austria 123 2016
19 Germany Cologne Bonn Region, Germany 95 2016
20 France Marseille metropolitan area, France 94 2016
21 Germany Düsseldorf metropolitan area, Germany 86 2016
22 Finland Greater Helsinki, Finland 84 2016
23 France Lyon metropolitan area, France 83 2016
24 Greece Athens metropolitan area, Greece 80 2016
25 Sweden Gothenburg metropolitan area, Sweden 79 2016
26 France European Metropolis of Lille, France 77 2016
27 Poland Warsaw metropolitan area, Poland 73 2016
28 Italy Turin metropolitan area, Italy 72 2016
29 Portugal Lisbon metropolitan area, Portugal 67 2016
30 Czech Republic Prague metropolitan area, Czech Republic 65 2016
31 Netherlands Utrecht metropolitan area, Netherlands 65 2016
32 Germany Nuremberg Metropolitan Region, Germany 60 2016

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 24 November 2013. Retrieved 19 September 2014.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link) European Commission, Regions and cities Database
  2. ^ "Gross domestic product (GDP) at current market prices by metropolitan regions".

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