The Gini index is a measure of income inequality. Zero means perfect equality (everyone has the same income) and 100 means perfect inequality (one person has all the income, everyone else has nothing).
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AT : Austria BE : Belgium BG : Bulgaria HR : Croatia CY : Cyprus CZ : Czech Republic DK : Denmark EE : Estonia FI : Finland FR : France
DE : Germany EL : Greece HU : Hungary IE : Ireland IT : Italy LV : Latvia LT : Lithuania LU : Luxembourg MT : Malta NL : Netherlands
PL : Poland PT : Portugal RO : Romania SK : Slovakia SI : Slovenia ES : Spain SE : Sweden TR : Turkey UK : United Kingdom EU-15 : 15 EU Member States (before May 2004) EU-25 : 25 EU Member States (after May 2004)