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Top 15 Poorest Countries in Europe

/ December 11, 2014

9. Serbia ($11,553)

Corruption and poor state of infrastructure have contributed to Serbia’s poverty. More than 1.3 million citizens of Serbia are poor, or barely make ends meet.

Panorama of Belgrade by day

8. Macedonia ($10,718)

Rural poverty plagues Macedonia, impacting its economic progress negatively. This former Yugoslav republic’s rural areas are home to two-thirds of its poor.