International Trade in Austria

International Trade in Austria

After undergoing the worst recession in its history, Austria's economy has been slowly recovering, with an estimated GDP of 1.6% in 2010, which should increase more sharply in 2011. This performance, which places Austria above the forecasts of growth in the European Union, is due to the... Read more

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Overview About International Trade in Austria

Main Industry Sectors

Dominating the economy, the tertiary sector contributes around 70% of the GDP and employs two-thirds of the country's active population. Tourism is well developed: nearly 17 million tourists visit Austria annually.

The agricultural sector contributes about 2% of the GDP and employs nearly 6% of the active population. Cattle farming and viticulture are the country's main agricultural activities. Organic agriculture is developing rapidly. It currently represents 10% of the agricultural production. Austria benefits from significant European Union subsidies as provided by the Common Agricultural Policy.

The main industrial sectors are the metalworking industry, electrochemistry and engineering, even though most of the companies in these sectors are relatively small on the international scale. The country has little mineral resources such as iron, lead and copper.

 

Economic Overview

After undergoing the worst recession in its history, Austria's economy has been slowly recovering, with an estimated GDP of 1.6% in 2010, which should increase more sharply in 2011. This performance, which places Austria above the forecasts of growth in the European Union, is due to the cont...

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