Category: The Region of Emilia Romagna

Tourism

Tourism is one of the most important economic activities and sources of employment in the region of Emilia Romagna. During 2003, 7 617 176 tourists visited Emilia Romagna, of which 1 957 072, or 15.5%, were foreigners. In that...

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Agriculture and Fishing

Agriculture accounts for 4.5% of the economy in Emilia Romagna, and employed 98 000 people in 2001. In 2000, the total number of farms in the agriculture industry was 107 787, largely made up of family farms whose primary...

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Macroeconomic Trends

The per capita Gross Domestic Product (GDP) experienced constant growth between 1995-2003. Consequently, the per capita GDP, expressed using market prices, was 20 525 EUR in 1995, and 28 965 EUR in 2003, which is above the...

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