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Ročenka – zpráva o stavu životního prostředí
Yearbook – report on state of the environment

 
 
 

D1  ECONOMY, LABOUR, FINANCES

Concerning economic performance of the region Prague occupies absolutely exclusive position. Although even in Prague, which shows the best shape in the Czech Republic from the economic performance point of view, impacts of economic recession were demonstrated. The Prague Region generates almost one fourth of the national GDP. If GDP per capita is converted to purchasing power parity the Czech Republic reaches approx. 81.3% of the EU average yet in the case of Prague the region GDP per capita has been above the EU average by almost a half for several years. In 2008 Prague’s GDP was above the European Union average (EU27) by 70.0%. The high level of this indicator is typical for metropolis. It relates to the different economic conditions of life in these urban agglomerations. These are the different economic structure compared to other regions, furthermore high level of pay, also localisation or better registration of registered offices of important economic entities in the city, etc.

The characteristic feature is the long-term important position of the services segment and lower importance of the industrial production segment. Tertiary segment industries have been representing over 80% of gross value added and providing approx. 80% of all jobs over a long-term in Prague. The share of the production segment industries in the value added creation and employment in Prague is, on the contrary, substantially lower than the national average.

Processing industry has lost its importance in Prague. Especially troublesome is solving of conditions on the old industrial premises for their further usage. These were recently often turned into commercial and office areas. Construction industry demonstrated a long-term growing trend yet in the recent years it has been stagnating. Tourist industry also belongs to important branches in Prague. It became the supporting pillar of the City economic development. Majority of guests lodging in Prague is foreigners. On the contrary, in other regions the majority of visitors comes from domestic guests.

Conditions on labour market are directly bound to economy performance. Prague is the largest regional labour market in the Czech Republic. Characteristic features of the current development are high localisation attractiveness of Prague’s labour market on one hand, and Prague’s capability to cover increased demand, on the other one. This is due to either significant professional mobility of internal resources as well as still rapidly growing resources of foreign workers. Prague’s workforce has substantially higher qualifications compared to other regions. Average pay in Prague is also significantly higher compared to other regions. Further characteristic feature of Prague’s labour market is under average unemployment rate. Yet labour market characteristics got also worse in Prague due to economic recession.

Further detailed information is at www.czso.cz, or www.praha.czso.cz (Czech Statistical Office, Regional Workplace in the Capital City of Prague).

Tab. D1.1 Macroeconomic indicators

  

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

  

Hrubá přidaná hodnota
celkem [mil. Kč]

642 151

704 608

791 537

834 975

850 577

Gross value added
in total [CZK million]

Hrubý domácí produkt
v běžných cenách

 

 

 

 

 

Gross domestic product
at current prices

  – mil. Kč

716 225

780 871

880 566

927 394

946 630

  – CZK million

  – mil. EURO

24 049

27 552

31 714

37 176

35 810

  – EUR million

  – mil. PPS

41 903

45 323

51 288

52 820

51 932

  – PPS million

Podíl kraje na HDP
České republiky v %
(ČR = 100)

24,0

24,2

24,9

25,1

26,1

Share of the region
in the Czech Republic
GDP as % (CR = 100)

Vývoj HDP ve stálých
cenách, předchozí
rok = 100 [%]

106,7

106,7

109,7

101,7

99,7

GDP development
at fixed prices, previous
year = 100 [%]

Hrubý domácí produkt
na 1 obyvatele

 

 

 

 

 

Gross domestic product
per capita

  – Kč

608 975

659 756

735 980

756 883

761 596

  – CZK

  – EURO

20 448

23 278

26 507

30 341

28 810

  – EUR

  – PPS

35 628

38 293

42 867

43 109

41 781

  – PPS

Hrubý domácí produkt
na 1 obyvatele [PPS]

 

 

 

 

 

Gross domestic product
per capita [PPS]

  – ČR = 100 %

208,9

210,2

214,9

214,0

220,4

  – CR = 100%

  – EU27 = 100 %

158,3

161,6

171,5

171,7

177,0

  – EU27 = 100%

Hrubý domácí produkt
na 1 zaměstnance [Kč]

1 065 661

1 125 111

1 262 051

1 281 816

1 303 729

Gross domestic product
per 1 employee [CZK]

  – ČR = 100 %

145,9

145,3

152,8

150,7

153,0

  – CR = 100%

Tvorba hrubého fixního
kapitálu [mil. Kč]

 

 

 

 

 

Creation of gross fixed
capital [CZK million]

  – mil. Kč

204 424

241 407

299 404

308 148

.

  – CZK million

  – na 1 obyvatele [Kč]

173 812

203 964

250 243

251 492

.

  – per 1 inhabitant [CZK]

  – podíl na celkové
   THFK v ČR [%]

27,6

30,3

33,6

34,9

.

  – share of the total
   THFK in the CR [%]

  – na 1 obyvatele,
   ČR = 100 [%]

239,8

263,0

290,2

297,0

.

  – per 1 inhabitant,
   CR = 100 [%]

Note: State as at November 2010.

PPS – unit of purchasing power parity

Source: ČSÚ

Fig. D1.1  Gross domestic product per capita [PPS]

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Note: State as at November 2010.

PPS – unit of purchasing power parity

Source: ČSÚ

Fig. D1.2  Gross value added by selected branches in 2009 (at current prices)

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Note: State as at November 2010.

Source: ČSÚ

Fig. D1.3  Rate of inflation, Czech Republic

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Note:
– rate of inflation to the basic period = rate of inflation expressed as increment of the consumer price index in the basic period (year 2005 = 100);
– annual inflation = rate of inflation expressed as increment of the yearly average consumer price index.

Source: ČSÚ

Tab. D1.2 Selected indicators of economic development (processing industry, construction industry, and tourist industry)

 

Měrná
jednotka
Unit

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

PRŮMYSL1)
PROCESSING INDUSTRY 1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tržby za prodej vlastních výrobků a služeb
průmyslové povahy (běžné ceny)
Revenues from sales of own products and
services of industrial nature (current prices)

mil. Kč
CZK million

252 638

288 095

310 478

334 170

332 393

STAVEBNICTVÍ PODLE SÍDLA PODNIKU2)
CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY BY
THE COMPANY REGISTERED OFFICE
2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Základní stavební výroba v běžných cenách
Basic construction production at current prices

mil. Kč
CZK million

 .

65 331

68 862

73 406

71 469

STAVEBNICTVÍ PODLE MÍSTA STAVBY3)
CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY BY
THE CONSTRUCTION SITE
3)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stavební práce podle dodavatelských smluv
v tuzemsku v běžných cenách
Construction works according to contracts for work
at current prices common in the Czech Republic

mil. Kč
CZK million

68 044

68 147

75 511

79 124

66 540

  z toho: nová výstavba, modernizace
   a rekonstrukce
  out of that: new constructions, refurbishing

mil. Kč
CZK million

62 113

63 983

69 026

72 475

60 410

  z toho: bytové budovy
  Out of that: Residential buildings

mil. Kč
CZK million

16 768

20 108

22 034

19 298

15 561

     inženýrské stavby
     Engineering structures

mil. Kč
CZK million

17 162

20 108

19 411

22 740

24 134

     opravy a údržba
     Repairs and maintenance

mil. Kč
CZK million

5 185

3 844

5 330

5 906

5 452

CESTOVNÍ RUCH
TOURIST INDUSTRY

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hosté v hromadných ubytovacích zařízeních
Guest incomings

osoby
person

4 108 565

4 142 538

4 485 372

4 587 483

4 346 839

  z toho nerezidenti
  out of that non-residents

osoby
person

3 725 180

3 702 116

4 009 463

4 051 137

3 808 959

Průměrná doba pobytu
Average period of stay

dny
day

3,7

3,7

3,7

3,7

3,6

  z toho nerezidenti
  out of that non-residents

dny
day

3,8

3,8

3,8

3,7

3,7

1) Companies with 100+ employees having registered office in the region (calculated back in the past); preliminary data for 2009.

2) Since 2009 companies with 50+ employees having registered office in the region (data calculated back for 2006–2009).

3) Construction industry by the construction site (enterprises with 20+ employees); source: MTI CR.

Source: ČSÚ

Fig. D1.4  Average gross monthly pay (physical persons)

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Note: Entrepreneurial entities up to 20 employees are not included; entities having their registered office or seat in the region.

Source: ČSÚ

Fig. D1.5  Registered unemployment rate (as at 31 December 2010)

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Source: ČSÚ, MPSV

Tab. D1.3 Costs of the Capital City of Prague by Budget Chapters (including City Districts) in CZK thousands

Rozpočtová kapitola

Skutečnost
Actual
2005

Skutečnost
Actual
2006

Skutečnost
Actual
2007

Skutečnost
Actual
2008

Skutečnost
Actual
2009

Budget chapter

Výdaje celkem

52 685 801

55 855 693

58 929 453

59 265 936

68 212 037

Total costs

z toho:

 

 

 

 

 

out of that

  Rozvoj obce

2 436 330

2 066 756

1 379 905

1 236 707

1 170 985

  Municipality development

  Městská infrastruktura

5 048 611

4 859 252

5 265 925

4 505 991

6 305 361

  Municipal infrastructure

  Doprava

18 539 016

19 366 948

21 124 326

20 616 725

24 685 494

  Transport

  Školství, mládež
  a samospráva

11 338 941

12 067 756

12 764 389

13 468 516

14 747 847

  Education, youth,
  and self-government

  Zdravotnictví a sociální péče

2 949 444

3 272 836

3 787 977

4 141 969

4 430 835

  Health and social care

  Kultura, sport a cestovní ruch

2 113 748

2 691 489

2 462 043

2 417 847

2 906 077

  Culture, sports, and tourism

  Bezpečnost

1 304 433

1 558 144

1 957 803

1 971 738

2 452 262

  Safety and security

  Hospodářství

1 773 281

1 999 664

2 480 579

2 229 742

2 681 926

  Economy

  Vnitřní správa

4 767 850

5 225 091

5 978 028

6 811 143

7 439 174

  Internal administration

  Pokladní správa

2 414 150

2 747 756

1 728 476

1 865 560

1 392 076

  Treasury administration

Source: ČSÚ

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