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Monaco’s Employment Sector is Growing

Employment sector

The Labour Directorate recently presented the first Employment sector statistics available in the in the Principality: ➢ 49,693 employees as of 31 December 2017 compared with 47,919 as of 31 December 2016, an increase of +3.7% in the number of employees (+ 1,774 employees); ➢ 87.7 million hours declared as of 31 December 2017, an increase of + 2.8%; ➢ …

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Results of 2016 census

Recensement population 2016

The Monegasque Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (IMSEE) recently published the full report presenting the results of the census, which established the population on 7 June 2016 at 37,308 residents (an increase of 5.5% compared with 2008), representing 139 different nationalities. The report sets out the information gathered by means of the completed forms that were collected by the …

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Joyful Events of 2017 – Births and Marriages in Monaco

Births and Marriages in Monaco

If you are creating a family tree and members of your family have had any attachment to Monaco – the Mairie is the place to search. You may be surprised to discover just how frequently people visit the Mairie – usually on the occasion of the greatest events in their lives, a birth or a marriage. We’ll try not to …

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Two important figures in property prices in Monaco

Is 100,000 euros per square meter the new benchmark? At least in the medium term as we approach the year 2025. Or could predictions match that of Bitcoin, whose supply is also limited, giving some people to look into their crystal balls and conjecture a million euros a square metre.  Let’s keep our feet on the ground in Monaco where …

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Monaco’s economy is growing steadily

Construction in Monaco

The Monegasque GDP (gross domestic product), for the year 2016 amounted to 5.85 billion euros against 5.64 billion in 2015. No matter how you look at it, Monaco’s economy did well in 2016, relative to its neighbours, relative to Europe and relative to the world. Monaco’s growth is nearly three times that of France. Last year, Monegasque growth was 3.2% against …

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