EMCC case studies - Commerce cluster in Warsaw, Poland

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15 October 2008
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Author(s): 
Kwiatkiewicz, Anna

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The main pillars of the economy of Warsaw are commerce and services. The economy of greater Warsaw produces approximately 15,000 euro per inhabitant, thus accounting for more than 12% of Poland’s GDP. The total population of Warsaw is 1,700,536 inhabitants (as of Read more

 

The main pillars of the economy of Warsaw are commerce and services. The economy of greater Warsaw produces approximately 15,000 euro per inhabitant, thus accounting for more than 12% of Poland’s GDP. The total population of Warsaw is 1,700,536 inhabitants (as of 30 June 2006), while the total population of greater Warsaw with its suburbs is approximately 3,000,000 inhabitants. The level of unemployment in Warsaw does not exceed 5%.
 

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    EMCC case studies - Commerce cluster in Warsaw, Poland

    Author(s): 
    Kwiatkiewicz, Anna

    The main pillars of the economy of Warsaw are commerce and services. The economy of greater Warsaw produces approximately 15,000 euro per inhabitant, thus accounting for more than 12% of Poland’s GDP. The total population of Warsaw is 1,700,536 inhabitants (as of 30 June 2006), while the total population of greater Warsaw with its suburbs is approximately 3,000,000 inhabitants. The level of unemployment in Warsaw does not exceed 5%.

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