IMF figures: Albania and Kosovo the poorest of Europe, per capita income

 The two Albanian speaking countries, Albania and Kosovo, are ranked last in Europe (excluding the countries of the former Soviet Union) per capita income, according to the latest data of the International Monetary Fund, which has updated the figures in the October 2018 Global Economic Bulletin .

By 2018, Albania is estimated to have a per capita income of $ 5261, is ranked 102th out of 191 countries, improving with four countries compared to 2017 when it was in the 106th position. Kosovo, with revenues per capita of $ 4,324, ranks 112th.
IMF figures: Albania and Kosovo the poorest of Europe, per capita income
In the region, Montenegro has the highest income, at $ 8,644 per capita, ranking 79th in the world, followed by Serbia with $ 6,815 (88th place); Macedonia, with $ 5,953 (95) and Bosnia and Herzegovina with $ 5,704 (100).

For years, Albania, a country blessed with many natural resources and enviable geographic position, is failing to increase its revenue at faster rates than its neighbors and developed countries (the so-called convergence process) by remained the poorest in Europe, along with Kosovo.
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