Lower Silesia is one of the richest regions in Poland. GDP per capita in 2007 accounted for 108.7% of the average for the country. Since 2005, the voivodeship recorded the highest in the country economic growth rate (around 10% per annum).
GDP per capita in Lower Silesia Voivodeship: GDP in Poland:
|Lower Silesian Voivodeship||GDP per capita||Poland||GDP per capita|
|2000||10 440$ (+2.8%)||2000||10 140$ (+4.0%)|
|2005||13 060$ (+4.9%)||2005||12 600$ (+3.5%)|
|2006||13 700$ (+7.3%)||2006||13 020$ (+6.2%)|
|2007||14 980$ (+9.5%)||2007||13 760$ (+6.5%)|
|2008||16 030$ (+7.2%)||2008||14 450$ (+5.0%)|
|2009||16 350$ (+2.0%)||2009||14 720$ (+1.9%)|
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