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Regional Accounts

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Istat disseminates Regional accounts (Nuts2 and Nuts3) consistent with the National accounts published in September 2018.

In 2017 per capita GDP was 35,400 euros in the North-west area, 34,300 euros in the North-east and 30,700 euros in the Centre. In the South and Islands area, per capita GDP was 18,500 euros, 45% lower than in the Centre-North area.

The Autonomous Province of Bolzano/Bozen took the lead, with a per capita GDP of about 42,300 euros, while the lowest value was recorded in Calabria with 17,100 euros.

In 2017, the final consumption expenditure of households at current prices was 19,700 euros per capita in the Centre-North and 13,300 euros in the South and Islands.

As for the sectoral composition of value added, Lazio, Sicilia and Calabria were the regions with the highest weight of tertiary activities, while agriculture and industry prevailed in Basilicata and Veneto.

In 2016, Milano was the province with the highest level of per capita value added (around 47,100 euros), followed by Bolzano (38,000 euros) and Bologna (35,500 euros). The provinces with the lowest level of per capita value added were Agrigento, Medio Campidano and Barletta-Andria-Trani with about 13,000 euros.

In the provinces of Milano and Roma the contribution of financial services, real estate and professional services prevailed, while the industrial sector was particularly important in many provinces of the North-east area, mainly in Modena and Vicenza.

In 2017 the per capita disposable income of households was about 21,900 euros in the North-west, 21,400 euros in the North-east, 19,500 euros in the Centre and 13,700 euros in the South and Islands.

The Autonomous Province of Bolzano/Bozen took the lead again (25,000 euros per capita), while Calabria  was at the bottom of  the ranking (12,700 euros per capita).

In the period from 2011 to 2017, labour input showed the best performance in Lazio (+0.8%), while Molise, Umbria and Sicilia recorded the most severe drop (-0.6% in terms of number of workers).

Time series since 1995, at current prices and at previous year prices, are disseminated together with the present Statistical Report. More detailed data are available in the datawarehouse I.Stat (theme: National accounts; sub: Regional Accounts).

Reference period: Year 2017

Date of Issue: 13 December 2018

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