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GDP disparities across Serbian regions: Belgrade leads with substantial margin

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According to the Working Document “Regional Gross Domestic Product 2022” released by the RZS, the Belgrade region leads in terms of gross domestic product (GDP) per capita, with 1,686,000 dinars. This marks a substantial 58.3 percent higher GDP per capita compared to the national average of 1,065,000 dinars.

In terms of regional contributions to Serbia’s GDP, the Belgrade region holds the top spot, accounting for 40 percent of the total GDP. Vojvodina follows with a 26.4 percent share, while the Ĺ umadija and Western Serbia region and the Southern and Eastern Serbia region contribute 18.4 percent and 15.2 percent, respectively.

The GDP per capita index for the Vojvodina Region stands at 100.8 percent, equivalent to 1,073,000 dinars, indicating a 4.3 percent increase compared to 2021. However, for the Ĺ umadija and Western Serbia region, the index is 67.2 percent (716,000 dinars), reflecting a 1.2 percent decrease from 2021. Similarly, the Southern and Eastern Serbia region’s index is 71.7 percent (763,000 dinars), representing a 0.4 percent decline compared to the previous year.

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