San Marino Economic Indicators

Main economic indicators

Economic growth

GDP, current U.S. dollars

GDP per capita, current dollars

Government debt

Shares of world totals

Percent of world population

Percent of world GDP

International transactions

Dollar exchange rate


Infrastructure and transport

Internet users

Internet subscribers

Internet subscribers, per 100 people

Mobile phone subscribers

Mobile phone subscribers, per 100 people

Energy and environment

Natural resources income

Access to electricity


Percent agricultural land

Employment in agriculture

Agricultural land

Arable land, percent of land area

Rural population, percent

Banking system access

ATM machines per 100,000 people

Bank accounts per 1000 adults

Bank branches per 100,000 people

Banking system stability

Non-performing loans

Banking system z-scores

Bank credit to deposits

Liquid assets to deposits

Banking system efficiency

Net interest margin

Overhead cost

Return on assets

Return on equity

Non-interest income to total income

Bank cost to income ratio

Banking system depth

Bank assets to GDP

Financial system deposits, percent of GDP

Banking system: other indicators

Lending interest rate

Real interest rate

Credit information sharing

Legal rights


Tax revenue

Commercial tax rate

Tax preparation time

Number of taxes

Taxes on goods and services

Taxes on international trade

Income and profits taxes

Governance and political system

Rule of law

Voice and accountability

Political stability

Political rights

Civil liberties

Women in parliament


Health spending per capita

Health spending as percent of GDP

Life expectancy

Birth rate

Death rate

Fertility rate



Education spending, percent of GDP

Education spending, percent of government spending

Student teacher ratio, primary school

Primary school completion rate

School starting age, primary school

Female to male ratio, primary school pupils

Female to male ratio, secondary school students

Female to male ratio, students at tertiary level education

Preprimary school enrollment

Primary school enrollment

Secondary school enrollment

Tertiary school enrollment


Political globalization

Social globalization

Country risk

Political risk, short-term

Political risk, long-term

Transactions risk

Transfer risk

Expropriation risk

War risk