Baltic States - Statistics

Statistics

General statistics
(all three are Parliamentary republics and joined EU on 1 May 2004 and share EET time zone and EEST schedules)
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Country Estonia Latvia Lithuania
Capital Tallinn Riga Vilnius
Independence -Until 13th century
-24 February 1918
-restored 20 August 1991
-Until 13th century
-18 November 1918
- restored 21 August 1991
-Until 18th century
-16 February 1918
- restored 11 March 1990
Current leaders Toomas Hendrik Ilves Andris Bērziņš Dalia Grybauskaitė
Population (2011) 1 340 194 2 067 900 3 053 800
Population (2000) 1,376,743 2,375,000 3 599 342
Density 29/km² = 75/sq mi 36/km² = 93/sq mi 52/km² = 134/sq mi
Area 45,227 km² = 17,413 sq mi 64,589 km² = 24,937 sq mi 65,200 km² = 25,173 sq mi
Water area % 4.56% 1.5% 1.35%
GDP (PPP) total (2012 estimates) $27.313 billion $36.090 billion $63.653 billion
GDP (PPP) per capita (2012 estimates) $21,059 $16,235 $19,600
GDP (nominal) total (2011) $22.225 billion $28.252 billion $42.718 billion
GDP (nominal) per capita $16,636 (2012) $12,671 (2011) $13,068 (2012)
Gini Index 31.3 (2010) 35.2 (2011) 36.9 (2010)
HDI 0.835 (Very High) 0.805 (Very High) 0.810 (Very High)
Internet TLD .ee .lv .lt
Calling code +372 +371 +370
Currency EUR LVL LTL
The largest cities by population (2010)
  1. Riga (703 581)
  2. Vilnius (548 816)
  3. Tallinn (413,727)
  4. Kaunas (348 635)
  5. Klaipėda (182 752)
  6. Šiauliai (125 461)
  7. Panevėžys (109 999)
  8. Tartu (103 284)
  9. Daugavpils (103 053)
  10. Liepāja (83 884)

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