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What's Your Opinion on Hamburg Ranking Among the 33 Richest EU Areas?

Publish Time:2017-11-10 16:20:58Source:Hamburg Liaison Office

【Introduction】:If you live in Germany, congratulations, the area where you live is probably among the 33 richest areas of the European Union. Statistics show that most of the 33 richest areas are in Germany.

If you live in Germany, congratulations, the area where you live is probably among the 33 richest areas of the European Union. Statistics show that most of the 33 richest areas are in Germany.

What’s Your Opinion on Hamburg Ranking Among the 33 Richest EU Areas?

There are more than 300 areas in the EU, from Algarve, Portugal in the most south to Lapland, Finland in the most north. These areas vary in size, with some rich and some not so much.

Let’s keep reading and find out how Hamburg is ranked?

According to per capita disposable income, German media have ranked the following areas, namely, the net income after each citizen pays tax and all kinds of fees each year. The result is this:

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What’s Your Opinion on Hamburg Ranking Among the 33 Richest EU Areas?

33: Lüneburg (Germany)---Annual disposable income: 20,600 Euros

32: Oberpfalz (Germany)---20,600 Euros

31: Niederbayern (Germany)---20,600 Euros

30: Tirol (Austria)---20,700 Euros

What’s Your Opinion on Hamburg Ranking Among the 33 Richest EU Areas?

29: Surrey, East and West Sussex (UK)---20,800 Euros

28: Burgenland (Austria)----20,800 Euros

27: Arnsberg (Germany)----20,900 Euros

26: Köln (Germany)-----20,900 Euros

25: Düsseldorf (Germany)-----21,000 Euros

24: Oberösterreich (Austria)-----21,100 Euros

23: Île de (France)-----21,100 Euros

22: Outer London - West and North West (UK)----21,200 Euros

21: Schleswig, Holstein (Germany)-----21,200 Euros

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What’s Your Opinion on Hamburg Ranking Among the 33 Richest EU Areas?

20: Trier (Germany)----21,300 Euros

19: Detmold (Germany)----21,300 Euros

18: Rheinhessen-Pfalz (Germany)-----21,400 Euros

17: Koblenz (Germany)-----21,400 Euros

16: Salzburg (Austria)-----21,500 Euros

15: Provincia Autonoma di Bolzano/Bozen (Italy)----21,500 Euros

14: Oberfranken (Germany)----21,600 Euros

13: Unterfranken (Germany)----21,700 Euros

12: Niederösterreich (Austria)-----21,800 Euros

11: Darmstadt (Germany)-----21,900 Euros

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What’s Your Opinion on Hamburg Ranking Among the 33 Richest EU Areas?

10: Freiburg im Breisgau Area (Germany)----21,900 Euros

Freiburg im Breisgau City shares the same name with the area and is the government location of this area. This area also has several counties including Rottweil, Tuttlingen, and Konstanz. Many medical technology and pharmaceutical companies are headquartered in this area.

9: Karlsruhe (Germany)-----21,900 Euros

Karlsruhe also includes cities like Heidelberg, Mannheim and Baden-Baden. DM-drogerie markt, supplier EnBW and United Internet are all headquartered in Karlsruhe. Siemens also has a large factory near Karlsruhe. Daimler AG also opened a factory in Rastatt, and Dax Group Heidelberg Cement is also headquartered in this area.

8.Vorarlberg (Austria)----22,100 Euros

Voralberg is the most industrialized area in Austria. Lots of export-oriented medium-sized companies have opened factories in this area, manufacturing all kinds of industrial facilities. In addition, the tourism industry is booming in this area.

7.Schwaben (Germany)-----22,100 Euros

Freistaat Bayern’s Schwaben covers the whole Allgäu Area with Augsburg being the center. Many great machine manufacturers are headquartered in this area, such as KUKA. In addition, the tourism industry is also booming in the countryside of Allgäu and the nearby areas of Bodensee Lake.

6.Tübingen (Germany)-----22,200 Euros

In addition to the city of universities, Tübingen Area also includes Ulm, Reutlingen, Ravensburg, other big cities. Ravensburg is famous for its Alpinia oxyphylla. In addition, many Dax companies such as BMW, Volkswagen, Daimler AG, and Deutsche Telekom AG all have offices in Ulm.

5.Mittelfranken (Germany)

Mittelfranken includes Nürnberg and the surrounding areas, such as Hochburg Erlangen and Fürth. There are also many big companies in Nürnberg, such as Leoni, GfK, ERGO Direkt and so on.

4.Hamburg (Germany)-----23,200 Euros

What’s Your Opinion on Hamburg Ranking Among the 33 Richest EU Areas?

Photo: www.mediaserver.hamburg.de / Michael Zapf

With a huge port, Hamburg is one of the economic centers of Germany. Big German companies such as Beiersdorf, Fielmann, Aurubis, and Jungheinrich all have their headquarters in this area.

3.Stuttgart (Germany)-----23,300 Euros

Stuttgart is the center of Germany’s automobile industry. Daimler AG and Porsche are also headquartered in this area. In addition, Bosch, Eastman Kodak Company and Lenovo also have offices in this area. In addition, Heilbronn of this area is the base of Kaufland (large German supermarket) and Landliebe, Milbona (both of them are renowned German dairy product brands).

2.Oberbayern (Germany)-----24,600 Euros

Oberbayern is the richest area in Germany. In addition to Ingolstadt (the richest city in Germany) where Audi is headquartered, this area also includes Munich. Dax companies like Allianz, BMW, Infineon and Siemens are all headquartered in this area.

1.London (UK)---39,000 Euros

The richest area of the EU is London, the financial center of Europe, with highly developed tourism industry. But, if the UK leaves the EU, the laurel crown of the richest area will change.

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