Macedonia’s actual individual consumption 50% below EU average


In 2022, the levels of actual individual consumption (AIC) in the EU showed significant differences. Used as a measure of the material welfare of households, AIC per capita expressed in purchasing power standards (PPS) varied from 69% to 138% of the EU average across EU countries, said Eurostat in an article published Thursday.

According to the information published by Eurostat, North Macedonia’s AIC per capita is 50% below the EU average. The only countries with a lower AIC per capita in the region are Albania, and Bosnia and Herzegovina at 59% below the average. Serbia’s AIC per capita is 47% below the average, and Montenegro has an AIC per capita which is 37% lower than the EU average.

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