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2021, the year of economic recovery says IMSEE

Despite some concerns in 2022, the effects of the health crisis have gradually diminished and the situation is back to normal.

Grail has arrived. The long-awaited Monaco Statistics (IMSEE) for most of the business community has released the 2022 version of the 2021 figures. Monaco in the figure.. From economy to employment, population and environment, the Institute collected a large amount of data and submitted it to the Monaco Economic Commission on Tuesday, June 28th.

The trend is positive in 2021. According to Monaco statistics, the economy has improved since the pessimistic 2020. The Principality’s budget has returned to the black with a surplus of € 8 million and most active sectors have returned to or at 2019 levels. Retail outperformed 2019 results. On the other hand, hotels and restaurants are better than 2020, but still struggling compared to 2019.

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Healthy real estate and employment

Despite the various Covid waves that hit the Principality, the number of employees has increased compared to 2019. Currently, more than 58,000 employees work in the Principality.

Real estate must not lose. Increased by 74.3% from 2012 to 2021, the average price per square meter is now 52,000 euros..

Monaco in Figure 2022 Free downloadIt is also available in print form from the IMSEE headquarters for € 12.



https://www.monaco-tribune.com/en/2022/07/2021-year-of-economic-recovery-says-imsee/ 2021, the year of economic recovery says IMSEE

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