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With a per capita purchasing power of more than 30,000 euros per year, Luxembourg is home to 540,000 of the EU’s wealthiest citizens. Even the difference to its neighbor Belgium is striking, according to the latest purchasing power figures for Europe prepared by RegioData. A Luxembourger living in the capital currently has an average per capita purchasing power of 36,000 euros per year. Only 1.5 hours away is the Belgian city of Liege, whose purchasing power is more than 40% lower.
Luxembourg’s proportion was higher even than in Switzerland according to the inaugural Wealth Report: Europe 2014, published by Julius Baer Group. In the report is stated that 22.7 percent of Luxembourg households owned a net worth of more than 1 million euros.