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The Ile-de-France is half more productive than a provincial and twice as rich

2021-06-25T10:04:38.500Z

France redistributes its wealth between regions in a thousand ways. This is a title that may annoy us with more than four out of five French people in France, those who do not live in Île-de-France. When he works, the Francilien - a term coined by Michel Giraud in 1986 to name people living in "the capital region" - creates an individual GDP (gross domestic product) of 112,555 euros per year, against 74,843 euros on average in the other ten. regions of mainland Fr



This is a title that may annoy us with more than four out of five French people in France, those who do not live in Île-de-France.

When he works, the Francilien - a term coined by Michel Giraud in 1986 to name people living in "the capital region" - creates an individual GDP (gross domestic product) of 112,555 euros per year, against 74,843 euros on average in the other ten. regions of mainland France.

Half more.

This statistic comes from INSEE which, on the occasion of the regional elections, published a special report “France and its territories”, an X-ray of the French economy and society based on the regions.

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To make our case worse, we will add that the Ile-de-France, attached to one of these eight departments (75, 77, 78, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95) works much more.

The population of Île-de-France taken as a whole, from babies to centenarians, provides a quantity of work per capita 31% higher than that of other regions.

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Source: lefigaro

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