The per capita output of Finland is almost as high as nations like Sweden and Netherlands. The GDP per capita of this free-market economy is $40,700. Exports account for more than a third of GDP. Finland is a highly industrialized nation. Unemployment rate is 8.7 percent. Currently the country’s main challenge is to stimulate growth.
People living in Sweden enjoy an enviable standard of living. GDP is $570 billion. Inflation is 0.2 percent. Currently the nation is outside the Euro zone. GDP per capita is $46,200 and GDP growth rate is 2.3 percent. The economy is heavily oriented towards foreign trade; trade-balance-to-GDP ratio is 6.2 percent. Agriculture accounts for less than 1 percent of GDP.