Germany is a wealthy country located in Western Europe.
Germany's GDP was USD 3,635.96 billion in 2013, making it the world's 4th largest economy.
As of 2013 , Germany had a population of 80.80 million people, at a population density of 230.73 persons per square kilometer. Per the World Bank, 25.93% of Germany’s population is rural and 74.20% is urban. 13.17% of the population is under the age of fifteen, and 21.10%%of the population is over the age of 65. Germany's population grew by 0.24% in 2007. Net immigration to Germany in 2012 was 549,998 people.
In 2013 Germany's GDP grew by 0.54%. The current GDP per capita is 33,577.03, in purchasing power adujsted USD.
Germany's unemployment rate, in Mar-2014, was 7.10%, versus 7.30% in Feb-2014. Inflation in Germany, as measured by the change in consumer price index, in 2012, was 2.01% in 2012 versus 2.08% in 2011.
Germany's economy is predominantly services-based. Services account for 71.19% of the GDP and employs 70.20% of the population. Manufacturing and industry accounts for 30.21% of GDP and employs 28.20% of the population. Agriculture accounts for 0.84% of GDP and employs 1.50% of the population.
Government revenue in Germany was 44.69% of GDP in 2013, while government spending was 44.21% of GDP. Government debt in Germany, as a percent of GDP, was 55.72% in 2013.
Germany's currency is the Euro (EUR). The latest exchange rate, as of 27-Aug-2014, is 0.76 EUR per 1 USD.
Germany is considered by the World Bank to be "politcally stable
" Life expectancy at birth is 80.74 years. 5.00% of Germany's population is under-nourished, while 67.15% of its male population and 57.06% of its female population is overweight. 23.20% of the population smokes. Germany spends $4,371.42per capita (USD PPP) on healthcare, and has 9.72 nurses per 1000 people, according to the WHO.
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Detailed collection: Germany Inflation
Germany inflation data includes the consumer price index for Germany, the GDP deflator, and various indexes measuring the cost of living.
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Detailed collection: Germany Demography Data
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Population, births and deaths, health and disease, education and other demographic data for Germany.
Detailed collection: Germany Health Data
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This page was created by Chris Stevens for Quandl.