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The World Economic Forum's Global Competitiveness Report places Portugal in 51st place in terms of its ability to provide high levels of prosperity to citizens. According to the World Bank, Portugal had a GDP of US$ 220 billion in 2013 (declining annually at a rate of 1.4%), which works out at US$ 21,029 per capita. Inflation was 0.3% in terms of the consumer price index (CPI) and 1.7% in terms of the GDP deflator.
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