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Title: The catalan industry.
Author: Pujadas i Rúbies, Romà, 1947-
Keywords: Indústria
Història econòmica
Economic history
Issue Date: 1986
Publisher: Institut d'Estudis Catalans
Abstract: As it is generally known, Catalonia is the main industrial area in Spain. In l983 Catalonia generated 25.7% of the Spanish industry V.A.T. and assembled 24.5% of the employed industrial labour force. None of the other industrial areas or the country reached half or the Catalan production: Madrid ( 12.2% of the industrial V.A.T.). Basc Country (10.8% of industrial V.A.T.). lf we consider it on an European scale. Catalonia appears to be a region with a solid industrial basis. However, this Catalan industrial specialization should not be considered as an obstacle within the present international labour division tendencies. Actually, there has been lately, as it corresponds to a modern economy, an important process of terciarity. In 1983 the services sector assembled 51% of the labour force.
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It is part of: Treballs de la Societat Catalana de Geografia, 1986, num. especial, p. 105-118
ISSN: 1133-2190
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