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Purchasing Power Parities (PPPs)

Upcoming publishing: 2020-12-22

Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) measures the price difference on comparable goods and services among countries. The PPP is used to make comparisons of countries' GDP and to calculate the Price Level Index (PLI) to be able to compare price levels and living costs among countries.

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Purchasing Power Parities 2016-2018

2019-12-19

Swedish households’ Actual Individual Consumption (AIC) per capita was 8 percent above the average for the 28 EU countries in 2018. Sweden ranks twelfth in Europe.

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