Category: The Region of Molise


Tourism is one of the most important economic activities and sources of employment in the region of Molise. During 2002, 180 237 tourists visited Molise, of which 16 987, or 9.4%, were foreigners. In that same year, 717 039...

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Agriculture and Fishing

In 2000, the total number of farms in the agriculture industry was 33 973, largely made up of family farms whose primary economic activity is agriculture. The total amount of arable land in that same year was 296 177 hectares,...

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Macroeconomic Trends

The per capita Gross Domestic Product (GDP) experienced constant growth between 1999-2003, with an average growth rate between 0.8 and 4%. Consequently, the per capita GDP, expressed using market prices, was 12 467 EUR in 1995,...

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Territory and Demographic Trends

The Region of Molise encompasses an area of 4437 square kilometres and is divided into 131 townships. It has a population of 333 500 people, with an average population density of 75 inhabitants per square kilometre. Population...

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