TOP 10 POOREST COUNTRIES OF EUROPE

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TOP 10 POOREST COUNTRIES OF EUROPE

Europe is generally a developed, rich continent. However, the differences between poor and rich are still very high. There are countries that are struggling with little money. This is not an enormous poverty, as we know in the African countries. But a large proportion of the inhabitants of these countries need to work hard for a small income, which can only buy basic needs. This is the top 10 list of Europe’s poorest countries, measured by average income per person per year ($ 1 = € 0.908). All these countries are located in Eastern Europe.

10. Romania ($ 9529 / person)

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Romania is not an extremely poor country. The vast majority of the population has an income of more than $ 20,000 per person per year. There has also been a rising line in the Romanian economy since the global financial crisis of 2008. In terms of exports of goods and national budget, the country has known better times in the past. Hopefully, this will be better again in the future.

9. Bulgaria ($ 7620 / person)

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TOP 10 POOREST COUNTRIES OF EUROPE

The fact that almost a quarter of the population lives in Bulgaria on or below the poverty line means that this country is at number 9 of this list. This great poverty is a result of a corrupt political system and a complicated, highly organized presence of crime. The primary economic sources in this country are energy production and metallurgy. In this regard, the country is a great opportunity for a road to financial security if it is managed correctly …

8. Montenegro ($ 7320 / person)

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Although the country of Montenegro is used by riches and celebrities as a playground, the country itself does not have much wealth. In Montenegro itself, little war has been, but the post Yugoslav state has suffered under the wars of neighboring countries. Montenegro is a beautiful country for tourists to visit with picturesque villas, beautiful nature and the taste of a good life. With the growing Russian and English form of government in which the domination is in the hands of the people with the highest regard, the economy (and prices to visit the country) will most likely be in the future.

7. Serbia ($ 5820 / person)

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Of all countries in this list, Serbia has the most rosy future for itself. With a past in which the country faced a messy separation of Yugoslavia and a change from a communist to a capitalist economy, it has the same wrestling as other countries on this list. The advantage of this country, however, is that the country has attracted interest in large companies, such as Coca-Cola, Nestle and US Steel. In recent years, progress has been made in economic output and reduced unemployment. In addition, there is an increase in the tourist industry. In short Serbia is a country that may disappear from this top 10 in a few years.

6. Macedonia ($ 5150 / person)

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During the union with the Soviet state of Yugoslavia, the area now become Macedonia accounts for only 5% of total income. The country was on its way to a more prosperous life, but the 2008 economic crisis has halted. Unemployment is now 30% in Macedonia. It is currently very troubled in Macedonia, political leaders are blamed for corruption. Whether it’s going to get well soon with the pearl of the Balkans is just awaiting.

5. Bosnia and Herzegovina ($ 4760 / person)

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The country of Bosnia and Herzegovina had a long way to go from the bad position it had after the divorce of Yugoslavia, now 25 years ago. With this separation, the people of Bosnia tried to make their economy a free market. They wanted to do it now differently than in the times of the communist system that ruled when Josip Tito was in power. As a result, foreign companies struggled to access the country. Nevertheless, the country has an abundance of metal and mineral deposits.

4. Albania ($ 4450 / person)

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TOP 10 POOREST COUNTRIES OF EUROPE

Albania has many natural resources, including iron and natural gas. However, this has not made it a prosperous country. This is because here, like many other countries on this list, many people still work in agriculture. Positive news is happy too: the country is in talks with big organizations, such as the World Bank. They may want to help improve the country’s agriculture and economy …

3. Kosovo ($ 3990 / person)

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Since the declaration of independence of Serbia in 2008, Kosovo is struggling to acknowledge the fact that they are now an independent country. In this position, the likelihood of an investment from outside seems small. This makes the country stay so poor …

2. Ukraine ($ 3560 / person)

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Ukraine has not had such luck lately. The chaos around the likelihood of EU membership, the loss of confidence in the Euromaiden government and the Russian interventions ensure that there has been little chance of economic growth. The fact that Russia has taken the Crimea region does not contribute to a positive change. This was precisely the top tourist destination of Ukraine. Also one of the most important ports, where trade is driven (Sevastapol) was taken by the Russians from Ukraine. It is hoped that the government and her people can make a positive turn in this negative spiral …

1. Moldova ($ 2560 / person)

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The relatively young country of Moldova is on the number 1 of this list. This is the title of the poorest country in Europe. In 1991, the country became independent of Russia. Although it has a great wine region, Moldova is not a country with much luxury. An overwhelming share of people in the country depends on agriculture to sustain themselves … This provides li money and provides poverty.

data: World Bank

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