Western European Countries
The country has a growing annual GDP and is home to Vienna, one of the largest metropolitan cities of Europe.
The country has the lowest level of income inequality in the world and supports one of the highest standards of living in the world.
Finland is a highly industrialized economy and its biggest industry is electronics. Large companies Finland include Nokia, Equinor and Volvo.
Home to one of Europe’s largest metropolitan city, Paris is one of the most prosperous areas in the region with a high living standard. France is ranked as the fifth biggest economy in the world and the second largest in Europe.
The country’s capital city Berlin is among the top ten metropolitan cities in Europe. Germany holds the headquarters of 37 out of 500 largest companies of the world including Volkswagen, Adidas, Nivea and Siemens.
Situated in an important geopolitical region, Greece presents numerous opportunities. Its largest city Athens is a major tourism center. The country has access to shipping in the Mediterranean Sea, Aegean Sea, Ionian Sea and the Adriatic Sea.
Two of Europe’s ten largest cities, Milan and Rome are located here. The largest industries of the country are wine production, luxury goods, food, beverage, automobiles and apparel industries.
Spain is the fifth largest European economy. Tourism and Agriculture are major industries. Barcelona and Madrid are the two major metropolitan cities of Europe.
London is the second biggest metropolitan city in the Western world. The United Kingdom was a leader in the Industrial Revolution and the expansion of Global Trade. London is one of the world’s most important financial centers alongside New York City.