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Andalucia Sector Primario mapas CCAA

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Map of Andalucia's Primary Sector. This map shows the location of the main vegetation, crops, livestock and fisheries.

Andalucia Sector Primario mapas CCAA

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The primary sector, despite adding the least of the three sectors to the regional GDP remains important, especially when compared to typical developed economies. The primary sector produces 8.26 percent of regional GDP and employs 8.19 percent of the workforce. In monetary terms it could be considered a rather uncompetitive sector, given its level of productivity compared to other Spanish regions. In addition to its numeric importance relative to other regions, agriculture and other primary sector activities have strong roots in local culture and identity.