The continent of Europe has five of the top 10 largest economies in the world with Germany in the lead. Most countries in Europe have higher GDP per capita than the world’s average.
Here is a brief overview of the largest economies in Europe as of 2015.
Norway comes tenth on the list as a strong oil-exporting country. The economy is build through natural resources and shipping, such as petroleum exploration and production, hydroelectric power, and fisheries.
Thanks to a developed export-oriented diverse economy, Sweden is the 22nd largest economy in the world. Sweden’s high competitive mixed economy, high income taxes ensures that income is distributed across the entire society.