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Table ofContents468Privileged location25 Talent generation and pole of attraction5Population and surface area26 Jobs in Barcelona5Foreign population26 Labour market participation26 SalariesAccessible and well-connected7Airport7Port of Barcelona26 Universities and business schools27 Entrepreneurial city with competitivecostsDriving force of a large diversifiedeconomic area28 Companies28 Business creation10 Economic activity29 Offices and industrial land market10 Production specialisation12Foreign investment13Exports29 Cost of living and other costs30 Compact city with social cohesion31 Disposable Gross Household Income by District14 Diversified economic activity31 Foreign-resident population by district16 Manufacturing and 4.0 industry1731 Population at risk of povertyICT Sector / Information and Communication32 Safe city18 Green and circular economy33 Quality of life and sustainability18 Health and Biotech18 Social and solidarity economy34 Climate19 Retail and commerce34 Energy and environment20 Tourism35 Sustainable mobility20 Congress activity35 Culture and Education21 Digital city, creativity, research andinnovation36 International positioning as a city thatadds value22 Business Innovation and Research23 Innovation Ecosystem24 Creative industries3

BARCELONA DATA SHEET 2018PrivilegedlocationBarcelona, at the centre of a mega-regionwith 27 million inhabitants The current development of the metropolitan regionsgoes beyond their geographical area, creating themega-region or polycentric agglomeration of cities asa natural unit of economic influence in a geographicalarea. Most notable is the one in the south ofEurope formed by the Barcelona-Lyon corridor,which encompasses 27.3 million inhabitants and aproduction of over 700,000 million euros, ascribingit a significant critical mass among the 12 Europeanmega-regions. Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia, has a populationof 1,600,000 people and is at the heart of ametropolitan region of close to 2,500 km2 with nearly5,000,000 inhabitants, representing 63.8% and 10.3%of the Catalan and Spanish population, respectively. In relation to the consolidated metropolitanagglomerations, the population volume of themetropolitan region of Barcelona is approximately25% that of New York, while it is higher than the areasof Berlin, Montreal and Stockholm. Barcelona has easy access to very dynamic largemarkets: the EU common market, which providesaccess to 510 million people. In addition, it formspart of the axis of the Mediterranean corridor, aTrans-European Network for transporting goodswith a direct impact on an area of 250 millioninhabitants (50% of the EU population), so improvingthis connection would be a strategic opportunity toincrease the market share of the port traffic of goodscoming from Asia. It also offers the strategic potentialof relations with the 43 countries that form the Unionfor the Mediterranean, which include the territories ofthose in Eastern Europe, Africa and the Middle East. The cosmopolitan, diverse and intercultural spirit ofBarcelona can be seen in the fact that 18.5% of thecity’s residents are foreign - the highest percentagein history - and for the first time ever, this collectiveexceeds 300,000 residents.10.3%of Spain’sCataloniapopulation in uropeanmegaregionsGDP per capitaBarcelona-Lyonmegaregion 15.00015.001 - 20.00025.001 - 30.00020.001 - 25.000 30.001Font: Marull, J., Galletto, V., Domene, E., Trullén, J. 2013.Emerging megaregions: a newspatial scale to explore urbansustainability. Land Use Policy 34, 353–3664

PRIVILEGED LOCATIONDemographic indicators of BarcelonaPOPULATION AND SURFACE AREAAge structure (2018)Population and surface area, January 201712.6%0-14Barcelona65.9%21.5%86.683.915-6465 i mésLife expectancy (2015)80.8Men1,628,936inhabitants3.5%102.2 km2as % of Spainsurface area15,944.9Birth rate (2017)inhab/km2POPULATION(INHABITANTS)POPULATIONO/ SPANISH TOTALSURFACE otalMortality rate (2016)9.6‰Fertility rate* (2016)37.1‰* Barcelonès, Baix Llobregat, Maresme, Vallès Oriental and Vallès Occidental* Births for every 1,000 women between 15 and 49 yearsSource: Department of Statistics of Barcelona City Council, Idescat, INESource: Department of Statistics of the Barcelona City Council, Public Health Agency,Barcelona Health ConsortiumPopulation in 20 agglomerations around the world,2018*Tokyo38,050,000FOREIGN POPULATIONShanghai24,115,000Percentage of foreign people over the totalpopulationNew York21,575,000Mexico City20,565,00020001.9%Los Angeles15,620,000200817.4%Buenos ndon10,585,000Hong 717.8%201818.5%Toronto6,635,000San Francisco6,540,000Note: data from 1 January of each yearSource: Department of Statistics of Barcelona City CouncilMadrid6,385,000Population of foreign nationals in Barcelona accordingto country of origin , 2018 s3.0%Other51.5%Bolivia2.8%* Estimate updated July 2018. For Barcelona, Idescat data 1 January 2018Source: Demography World Urban Areas: 12th Annual Edition April 2017Source: Department of Statistics of Barcelona City Council5France5.1%

BARCELONA DATA SHEET 2018Accessible andwell-connected3MTEU32.3% annualincreaseGreat potential as a logistics hub of theMediterranean With regard to access and economic infrastructures, inan area of 5 kilometres, the city offers an internationalairport, the port, the trade fair, Zona Franca logisticsand industrial area and a logistics platform, whichaltogether offer huge potential as a logistics centre ofthe Mediterranean. In 2017, a record figure of 47.3 million passengers wasreached at El Prat airport, which is an increase of 7.1%on the previous year. This result ensures that the cityholds on to its seventh position amongst the principalEuropean airports in the ranking of the Airport CouncilInternational. The dynamism of the internationalpassenger traffic at El Prat makes it close to threequarters (73.1%) of the total. The port activity recorded 3 million TEUs and 60.1million tonnes transported in 2017, which are infact year-on-year increases of 32.3% and 26.3%respectively.HelsinkiHällsbergSaint rridorHamburgBrusselsMediterranean CorridorDuisburgClobenzaFERRMED networkDijonTransport by FerryMetzPortsLyonSource: aAlmeriaMotrilRabat6Genova

ACCESSIBLE AND WELL-CONNECTEDAIRPORTPORT OF BARCELONABarcelona airportTraffic (millions)Total passengers44,154,6932016Goods (in ds (tonnes)47.660.1Containers (TEU*)2.23.0Passengers4.04.1* TEU: Measure of sea transport capacity equivalent to a twenty-foot container2017Source: Barcelona Port AuthoritySource: Spanish airports and air navigation (AENA)InfrastructuresMain European airports according to volume of passengers,2017Land surface areaWharfs and mooringsVARIATION (%)2017/16London Heathrow (LHR)78,010,074 3.0Paris Roissy (CDG)69,472,922 5.4Amsterdam (AMS)68,515,425 7.7Frankfurt (FRA)64,500,386 6.1Istanbul (IST)63,727,448 6.0Madrid (MAD)53,402,506 5.9Cruise passengersBarcelona (BCN)47,284,500 7.1London Gatwick (LGW)45,554,606 5.7Munich (MUC)44,573,176 5.5Rome-Fiumicino (FCO)41,281,749-1.11,081 ha22 kmSource: Barcelona Port AuthorityCruise ships 271,864758778TrafficCruise ship visitsSource: Barcelona Port AuthoritySource: Airports Council International. Airport Traffic Report, 2017 and Barcelona Air RoutesDevelopment Committee (CDRA)Barcelona airport. International flights, 201747.3M RAPHICAL AREAINCREASE FOR 2016/2017NUMBER PASSENGERSNorth America30.2%1,457,6208.1%1,003,827Middle East4.3%1,376,748Latin sat its airportin 2017Source: AENA and Barcelona Air Routes Development Committee (CDRA)AVE Barcelona - Madrid high-speed railPassengers (millions)Journey duration7th3.920164.12017EuropeanAirport2 h 30 mSource: Department of Statistics, Barcelona City Council7

BARCELONA DATA SHEET 2018Driving forceof a largediversifiedeconomic areaBarcelona is a dynamic economicengine with a diversified structure andinternational recognition Barcelona continues to work on strengthening itscapacity to attract companies, employment, talentand foreign investment with the support representedby the city’s good international positioning. The gross domestic product (GDP) of the city ofBarcelona in 2016 was 43,700 euros per inhabitant.With regard to the distribution of gross added valueby sector - according to the estimate calculated in2017 - most notable is the weight of business services(14.8%), commerce and repairs (13.2%), education,health and social services (12.2%), information andcommunications (8.1%) and the hotel sector (7.3%). In 2017, Catalonia generated a GDP of 234,651 millioneuros, representing 20.1% of Spain’s total GDP. In thesame year, the GDP per capita of the Principality was15% above that of the European Union. In 2017, the GDP of the city of Barcelona and Cataloniagrew by 3,3% and 3,4%, - respectively - in realterms.Cataloniagenerates20.1%of Spain's totalGDP8

DRIVING FORCE OF A LARGE DIVERSIFIED ECONOMIC AREAst1exporting urbanNew historicalrecord in exportsvolume for the 7thconsecutive yeararea in SpainBarcelona has an open economy connectedto the world On the other hand, according to the FDI Markets datafrom the Financial Times, during the five-year period2013-2017, the Principality was the territory withthe highest number of foreign investment projectsin Spain, having attracted 591 projects (44% of thetotal of the main destination regions), involving aninvestment of 16,075 million and creating 44,061direct jobs, therefore attaining 4th position in Europefor job creation in the period 2013-2017. The attractiveness of the Barcelona territory forforeign investment is confirmed by the variousprestigious rankings: according to the KPMG GlobalCities Investment Monitor 2018, Barcelona was inninth place among the principal urban areas acrossthe world for attracting foreign investment projects in2017, gaining 135 greenfield projects. The Catalan territory is home to the headquartersof approximately 8,600 foreign companies in 2018,the main countries of origin being Germany (13.1%),France (12.4%) and the United States (11.7%). In fact, Barcelona is the European city that presentsthe best strategy for promoting and attracting foreigninvestment for 2018/19, according to the FDi reportCities and Regions of the Future 2018/19 (FinancialTimes Group). This prestigious source states thatCatalonia has the best future prospects out of allthe regions in the south of Europe - ahead of theCommunity of Madrid - and Barcelona is second placeout of the cities in the south of Europe in the samecategory. In 2017, exports from the province of Barcelonareached 54,771.6 million, which means that itachieved a new historical record for the seventhconsecutive year. In comparison with the previousyear, sales outside the Barcelona area grew by 7%,in a favourable context facilitated by the expansivemeasures of the European Central Bank andindustry’s improved competitiveness. Productive foreign investment1 in Catalonia was 3,171.3 million in 2017. Foreign investment fromwithin the European Union makes up nearly threequarters of the foreign investment in Catalonia(74% of the total). The main investors were are theNetherlands, France and the United Kingdom. The area of Barcelona continues to lead the exportsranking of the Spanish state, accounting for onefifth (19.8%) of total sales abroad and 40,634 exportcompanies, which represent a quarter of the total ofthe State (25,1%).1 Productive investment is considered to be investment that does not take ETVEs intoaccount, which are companies established in Spain that hold the securities of foreigncompanies.9

BARCELONA DATA SHEET 2018ECONOMIC ACTIVITYPRODUCTION SPECIALISATIONGross domestic product at market prices* (GDP), 2016(Current prices in millions)GDPProductive structure. Employees by economic sector,2017 (%)GDP PER tion2. OF EUROSTHOUSANDS OF EUROSINDEX CATALONIA-100Barcelona69,420.343.7Barcelona MetropolitanArea*148,144.731.3* Base 2010. Market valueSource: Statistical Institute of Catalonia 0.0100.0Source: Department of Statistics of Barcelona City Council and IdescatGross domestic product at market prices(current prices in millions)CATALONIASPAIN(%) 20.12017234,6511,166,31920.1Main branches of activity according to GVA in Barcelona,2017 (% of total)Businessservices14.8%Commerce13.2%Source: Statistical Institute of Catalonia and INE (National Statistics Institute)Information andcommunications8.1%Harmonised per capita GDP on purchasing power parity,2017Education6.3%115125Hotels and catering7.3%106Health and socialservices5.9%92100Transport and nProperty activities(excluding imputedincome)5.2%Euro ZoneIndex UE 28 100Source: Statistical Institute of Catalonia (IDESCAT)Financial andinsurance activities4.6%GDP growth at constant prices, 2011-2017(Variation rate for volume .3Construction3.0%Energy, water andwaste2.9%Artistic andrecreational activities2.3%1.90.50-1Source: City Council Data Office. GTP Analysis Department of Barcelona City 20132014201520162017CataloniaSources: City Council Data Office. GTP Analysis Department of Barcelona City Council andIdescat10

DRIVING FORCE OF A LARGE DIVERSIFIED ECONOMIC AREACompanies classified by economic sector in Barcelona,2017 (% of total)Business services*27,2%Commerce and repairs17,9%Education, health andsocial 7,9%Hotels and catering6,4%Other services5,0%Transport andstorage4,7%Information andcommunications3,8%Artistic, cultural andleisure activities3,0%Manufacturingindustry2,8%Financial andinsurance activities2,3%Energy and water0,4%* Business services contain professional, scientific, technical, administrative and auxiliaryservicesSource: DIRCE, INEHotels andcateringEducation, Healthand Social ServicesInformation andcommunicationBusinessservicesCommerce11

BARCELONA DATA SHEET 2018Number of foreign companies established in CataloniaFOREIGN INVESTMENTCOUNTRY OF ORIGINGermanyForeign investment (in millions of 24,183.9Note: Total gross investment excluding Foreign-Securities Holding Companies (ETVE)Source: Datainvex, Ministry of Industry, Commerce and TourismForeign investment in Catalonia by country of origin,2017 (percentage of total)Netherlands21.4%France15.6%2018% OF TOTAL1,12913.1France1,07012.4United States1,01011.7Italy7468.6Netherlands6817.9United L8,642100Source: ACCIO. Government of CataloniaUnited Kingdom10.0%Investment abroad (in millions of euros)Luxembourg9.0%2016Germany7.9%2017% CAT/SPAINCataloniaUnited 60.9SpainItaly4.3%Andorra3.3%Note: Total gross investment excluding Foreign-Securities Holding Companies (ETVEs)Mexico2.9%Source: Datainvex, Ministry of Industry, Commerce and TourismSwitzerland2.1%Main urban areas in the world for attracting foreigninvestment projects, 2017Peru2.0%Israel0.9%Japan0.9%Note: Total gross investment excluding Foreign-Securities Holding Companies (ETVE)Source: Datainvex, Ministry of Industry, Commerce and TourismURBAN AREAPOSITIONPROJECTS hai5173Hong Kong6161New e: Global Cities Investment Monitor 2018, KPMG12

DRIVING FORCE OF A LARGE DIVERSIFIED ECONOMIC AREAMain destination countries of Barcelona exports, 2017(percentage of total)*EXPORTSFrance14.5%Exports (in millions of euros)20162017*Germany11.9%% OF SPAIN 771.6United ,828.7United ina**2.7%* Provisional data for the province of BarcelonaMexico2.2%Source: Datainvex, Ministry of Industry, Commerce and TourismTurkey1.9%Evolution of exports from the province of Barcelona,1997 - 2017 (in millions of euros)* Provisional data for the province of Barcelona* Includes China, Hong Kong and Macau54,771.6Source: Ministry of Industry, Commerce and TourismDistribution of exports of the province of Barcelona bytechnological content, 2017 el48.9%1997 1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 2015 2017** Provisional data* Provincial dataSource: Ministry of Industry, Commerce and TourismSource: Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism gicallevel22.5%Not classified0.6%

BARCELONA DATA SHEET 2018Diversifiedeconomic activityA territory with a powerful industrial baseCommitment to digital technology and ICTs In 2017, industry generated 21.4% of the Gross AddedValue in Catalonia, a weight that exceeds that reachedby the European Union (19.6%) and, more clearly, bySpain (18.1%), being the autonomous community withthe highest industrial development in the Spanish State. The city, with over 54,000 jobs and more than 2,700companies with staff working in ICTs, is the heart ofthe sector in Catalonia. 55% of employment in theterritory and 45.9% of its business community isconcentrated in the city. It is estimated that in 2017the information and communications sector, whichencompasses ICTs, generated 8.1% of Gross AddedValue in Barcelona. In 2017, Catalonia was ranked as the fourth Europeanregion for jobs in manufacturing that involve mediumhigh to high technology intensity, with 230,000 peopleworking in these activities, exceeding the records ofregions such as Piemont (Turin), Rhône-Alpes (Lyon)and Darmstadt (Frankfurt). In the same year, it was alsoranked the fourth region in the continent for femaleemployment in these activities. According to the Networked Society City Index 2016report, Barcelona is ranked amongst the fifteen topcities in the world in terms of its levels of digitalequipment, technological maturity, social cohesionand institutions focused on the goal of sustainabledevelopment. Barcelona has an important industrial sector andthe metropolitan area - with 14% of the workingpopulation employed in industry- is home to morethan half (60%) of this employment in Catalonia. Keyareas include the chemicals and pharmaceuticalclusters, the automobile cluster - one of the mainproducers in Europe -, food production, paper andgraphic arts, and waste treatment.Towards the transformation of theproductive model The city of Barcelona is advancing towards a plural,innovative and socially inclusive economic model,based on sustainability in all aspects: economic,social and environmental. With this goal in mind, andthe leadership of Barcelona Activa, the strategy foreconomic promotion during the 2016-2019 term ofoffice prioritises the impetus of seven strategic sectorswhich form the backbone of the entire municipal policyand the transformation of the productive model: Barcelona and its area are working to develop industry4.0 using elements such as the Big Data impetus,the rising number of companies and organisations ininitiatives related to 3D printing and the work of FabLabs to introduce digital manufacturing to schools,companies, entrepreneurs and community projects.In 2017, the Barcelona Metropolitan Area had over400,000 jobs in activities potentially associatedwith industry 4.0, after creating more than 27,000jobs in these areas since 2010, which represents anaccumulated percentage increase of 7,3%.Industryaccounts for21.4%of total GVAin Catalonia14

DIVERSIFIED ECONOMIC ACTIVITYBarcelona is committed to local and qualitycommercethe manufacturing industry, the digital economy,creative sectors, the green and circular economy,mobility, health and bio and, as an element that cutsacross them all, the social and solidarity economy. With 16,164 companies and 151,368 jobs, commerceis one of the areas with most weight within theeconomic structure of Barcelona. Indeed, the sectoraccounted for 21.4% of companies and 14.4% ofemployment in the city at the end of 2017. The numberof establishments in the retail and restaurant sectorswas 35,834 in 2016, which represents 17.3% of thetotal in the city. The city is working towards an economic model that isefficient in the use of its resources and withinnovation capacity based on the promotion ofthe green and circular economy, which in 2017represented 3.5% of employment and experiencedgrowth in the number of jobs (approximately 4%)that was higher than in the city’s overall economy( 2,5%). The municipal markets, with a surface area of260,941 m2 and 2,312 stalls, are one of thebenchmarks of the Barcelona trade model due totheir economic and social significance in the city’sneighbourhoods, and they represent the largestnetwork of food markets on the continent of Europe. In the fourth quarter of 2017 there were over 90,000jobs and 3,090 companies with employees in thehealth and bio sector in Barcelona, representing 8.5%and 4.1%, respectively, of the city’s total. This sectorfeatures various different, yet related components:75% of jobs in the sector are concentrated in healthactivities, while those linked to health-related socialservices account for 15.7% of employment and thepharmaceutical industry is close to 10%.International reference for urban tourismand the organisation of congresses In Barcelona, tourism in hotels reached 7.7 millionvisitors, while overnight stays were at 19.7 million in2017, with year-on-year variations of 2.5% and 0.7%,respectively, compared with 2016. The pharmaceutical and biotechnology industryconstitutes a dynamic cluster with a remarkablecapacity for research and innovation. Cataloniaholds 27% of the biotech companies in Spain, leadsin investment in biotechnology R&D and has 15university hospitals, 9 research institutes and 6,000researchers in this field. Various rankings underscore the attractiveness ofBarcelona for foreign visitors: The European CitiesMarketing Benchmarking Report 2016/2017 ranksBarcelona in fifth position in Europe for internationalovernight stays, while Trip Advisor ranked it as the sixthmost attractive worldwide for tourists in 2017. Finally,according to the Top Cities Destination Ranking reportfrom Euromonitor International, in 2017 Barcelona wasthe 23rd most visited city by international tourists outof 100 cities across the world, and the 6 th most visitedamong European cities. Barcelona has a strong presence in the social andsolidarity economy - with people and groups at thecentre of the activity -, which include the Third SocialSector (50.9%), workers’ owned companies (25.4%),cooperatives (18.2%) and community economies(5.5%) offering a great capacity for social innovation. Since 2014, 193 cooperatives have been set up inBarcelona, 80.3% of which are workers’ cooperativesand 63.2% of which were created in the past two years(2016 and 2017). On the other hand, the third socialsector had 30,000 labour contracts in 2016 and thepresence of these entities should be highlighted inthe areas of social action aimed at children, teenagersand families, as well as care for people with mentaland learning disabilities - which represent 41% and18% of the total, respectively. Furthermore, the cityhas 48 special employment centres and 20 socialrecruitment companies which enable the social andlabour market integration of people with specificneeds. With regard to business tourism, according to theInternational Congress and Convention Association(ICCA), in 2017 Barcelona was the top city worldwidefor the number of international meetings organisedfor the first time in its history and also the top cityfor the number of participants in these meetings.According to the Barcelona Convention Bureau,Barcelona hosted 2,134 meetings in 2017, with aneconomic impact estimated at 1,851 million in the city. In 2017, with 2.7 million cruise ship passengers,Barcelona held onto its position as the top base portin Europe and in the Mediterranean for cruise ships,and it is the fourth most important base port in theworld.15

BARCELONA DATA SHEET 2018Main industrial sectors for jobs* in Catalonia and theMetropolitan Area , 2017**MANUFACTURING AND 4.0 INDUSTRYGVA industrial weight, 201721.4%2019.6%18.1%1510Metallurgy andmachinery productionand electrical andelectronic equipment129,60681,334Chemical andpharmaceutical industry92,77564,696Transport material andmetal products44,55333,765Food84,18926,955Paper and printing40,52523,915Textiles, clothesmanufacturing, leatherand footwear34,89322,77750CataloniaSpainEUSource: IdescatCataloniaPeople employed in high-tech industries in EuropeanRegions, 2017REGION (CITY)% PEOPLE EMPLOYEDOF TOTALEMPLOYED WOMEN(THOUSANDS)TOTAL PEOPLEEMPLOYED(THOUSANDS)Stuttgart (Stuttgart)19.896435Lombardy (Milan)9.4109411Upper Baviera (Munich)12.476316Catalonia (Barcelona)7.074230Karlsruhe (Karlsruhe)14.446207Istanbul (Istanbul)3.743207Piemont (Turin)10.546190Emilia-Romagna (Bologna)9.341183Dusseldorf (Dusseldorf)7.242180Rhône-Alpes (Lyon)6.153174Darmstadt (Frankfurt)8.141164Île-de-France (Paris)3.045160Cologne (Cologne)7.135156Metropolitan Region* Afiliates registered with the general Social Security system, including Self-employed Workers** 4th QSource: Produced by the Economic Policy and Local Development Research Department atBarcelona City Council, based on data from Barcelona City Council Statistics Department.Jobs* potentially associated with industry 4.0 in theBarcelona Metropolitan Region402.746366,9002011201220132014201520162017* Affiliates in the General and Self-Employed Social Security SchemesSource: Economic Policy and Local Development Research Department based on data from theDepartment of Statistics, Barcelona City CouncilAreas of development of the new industrySource: EurostatEixLlobregatCorredorB-30Delta delLlobregatSource: AMB16Besòs

DIVERSIFIED ECONOMIC ACTIVITYJobs* in ICT activities in BarcelonaICT SECTOR / INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION54,039Connected and cohesive cities for sustainabledevelopment, 2016CITYWORLD RANKING 201438,388WORLD RANKING n55* Those registered with the general Social Security system, including Self-employed WorkersHelsinki66Source: Produced by by the Economic Policy and Local Development Research Department,based on data from the Department of Statistics at Barcelona City CouncilNew York77Oslo88Tokyo109Seoul1210Taipei1311Los Angeles1112Barcelona1813Hong 2119Sydney1920Moscow1721Istanbul2722Abu Dhabi2323Athens2424São Paulo2525201220132014201520162017Evolution 2011-2017 of jobs* and companies inBarcelona2011ICT jobs201754,03939,767Total jobs inBarcelonaVARIATIONSFOR 17/11965,810 35.9%1,054,722 9.2%ICT companies2,7661,948Total Companiesin Barcelona72,013 42.0%75,372 4.7%* Those registered with the general Social Security system, including Self-employed Workers(jobs) and companies that charge Social Security contributionsSource: Networked Society City Index 2016, Ericsson ABSource: Produced by the Economic Policy and Local Development Research Department, basedon data from the Department of Statistics at Barcelona City CouncilMore than54,000 jobsin the ICT sectoran increaseof 35.9%compared to201117

BARCELONA DATA SHEET 2018GREEN AND CIRCULAR ECONOMYSOCIAL AND SOLIDARITY ECONOMYWorkers* and companies in the green economy** inBarcelona, 2017***MINIMUM VALUEMAXIMUM VALUE28,01440,3022.6%3.7%Number of companies8582,072Weight / total companies in the city (%)1.1%2.8%Number of workersWeight/overall employment in the city (%)Companies, associations and initiatives from the socialand solidarity economy in Barcelona , 2015 (% of hird socialsector50.9%* Those registered with the general Social Security system, including self-employed workers** This includes the activities of the traditional environmental core - water, waste, greenenergy - and administrative, education, ICT and R&D activities related to them. The minimumand maximum value are estimated using international research criteriaCommunityeconomies5.5%*** 4th quarter dataSource: Produced by the Economic Policy and Local Development Research Departmentat Barcelona City Council, based on data from the Employment and Productive ModelObservatory of the Generalitat (regional government) of CataloniaSource: Barcelona City Council (2015), Social and Solidarity Economy in BarcelonaNumber of cooperatives set up in Barcelona,2014-2017HEALTH AND BIOTECH70Jobs* and companies in the Health and biotech sector inBarcelona, by divisions, 2017 (%)6120162

Jan 01, 2018 · PORT OF BARCELONA Traffic (millions) 2016 2017 Goods (tonnes) 47.6 60.1 Containers (TEU*) 2.2 3.0 Passengers 4.0 4.1 * TEU: Measure of sea transport capacity equivalent to a twenty-foot container Source: Barcelona Port Authority Infrastructures Land surface area Wharfs and moorings 1,081 ha 22 km Source: Barcelona

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