FIGURES - Województwo Małopolskie

FIGURES - Województwo Małopolskie

Ma³opolska in FIGURES

Ma³opolska in FIGURESForewordFive years have passed since local government reform wasintroduced in Poland. The economic decentralisation broughtabout by this reform has transferred the responsibility forregional development to regional government authorities.Significant progress has already been made in this regard.Małopolska is certainly a strong region in economic terms,ranking fourth among Poland's regions and producing 5.5%of the nation's GDP. With regard to the proportion of grossvalue added, services play the most significant role in theregion, which is typical of modern economies. A major partof these services is provided by small and medium-sizedenterprises and this sector receives particular attentionfrom local and regional government authorities. The developmentof the SME sector is often perceived as the way tosolve social and economic problems.We focus especially on regional issues.The priorities forregional development are based on the policies set outin planning documents and in particular in the DevelopmentStrategy of the Małopolska Region and the RegionalContract.I believe that the contents of this publication demonstrate thatthe Regional Government of the Małopolska Region createsthe conditions for the comprehensive development of theregion.Janusz SepiołMarshal of the Małopolska Region3

Ma³opolska in FIGURESRegionMałopolska is situated in the south of Poland. It isadjacent to Śląskie, Świętokrzyskie and Podkarpackieregions. In the south, the region borders on theSlovak Republic.The region has an area of 15,190 square km andthus is one of Poland's smaller regions (it ranks12th in terms of area). On the other hand,Małopolska is the 4th largest region in Poland interms of population (3,254,000). Therefore itspopulation density is among the highest in Poland(Małopolska - 214 persons/square km, nationalaverage - 122 persons/square km). The capital ofthe region is Kraków - the ancient capital of Poland.The varied landscape and natural environmentare distinguishing features of Małopolska. Togetherwith its rich cultural heritage, they make the regionone of the most important tourist destinationsin Poland.Area in square kmPoland312,683Małopolska 15,190Road distances from Kraków to selectedEuropean citiesBarcelona -------------------------------- 2,175 kmLondon ----------------------------------- 1,838 kmParis ------------------------------------- 1,580 kmRome ------------------------------------1,574 kmBrussels ----------------------------------1,495 kmBerlin --------------------------------------675 kmPrague ------------------------------------- 532 kmVienna -------------------------------------445 kmBudapest ---------------------------------- 410 kmWarsaw -----------------------------------Population as ofMarch 2004, millionPoland38.73.25Małopolska293 kmForeign capitalinvested by end 2003,USD billionPoland72Małopolska64

Ma³opolska in FIGURESAdministrative Division and Local GovernmentMałopolska Region is composed of 22 powiats- districts (which include 3 cities with the status ofpowiats) and 182 gminas - municipalities. Altogether,there are 55 towns and 2,635 villages in Małopolska.The responsibilities of the regional local governmentinclude, inter alia, the administration of regional roads,participating in the organisation of regional transport,the management of regional cultural institutions (e.g.museums and theatres) as well as major hospitals,vocational institutions of higher education andspecialist schools. The powiat (district) localgovernment is responsible for secondary schools,certain hospitals, district community centres anddistrict roads. The gmina (municipal) local governmentdeals with primary and lower secondary schools, basichealth services, municipal community centres, localtransport and roads. The Sejmik (parliament) of theregion as well as powiat and gmina boards are electedin direct elections. Centre and right-wing parties havetraditionally dominated in Małopolska.Budgets of territorial local government units, 2003(EUR million)revenue expenditureRegion 83 85Powiats 196 201Cities with powiat status 450 455Gminas 709 733Total 1,438 1,474Administrative division - mapŚląskie RegionOlkuskiPowiatChrzanowskiPowiatOświęcimskiPowiatWadowickiPowiatKrakowskiPowiatMiechowskiPowiatKrakówMyślenickiPowiatProszowickiPowiatWielickiPowiatŚwiętokrzyskie RegionBocheńskiPowiatBrzeskiPowiatDąbrowskiPowiatTarnówTarnowskiPowiatLPRLeague ofPolishFamiliesPodkarpackie RegionSejmik of MałopolskaRegion - division ofseatsas of November 22, 2004108SLDDemocrtaic 4LeftAllianceWspólnotaMałopolskaMałopolskaCommunity13PO–PiSCivic Platform/ Law andJusticePolishPeasantParty22 PSLSamoobronaSelf-DefenceAreaeducationhealth careculturetransport andcommunicationroadsRegionvocational institutionsof higher education,specialist schoolinghospitals (2ndreference level)culturalestablishments:opera, theatres,museums, etc.regional transportadministration ofprovincial roadsPowiatsecondaryschoolshospitals (1streference level)districtcommunitycentresadministrationof district roadsGminaprimary andlower secondaryschoolsbasic healthservicesmunicipalcommunitycentreslocal transportadministrationof local roadsSuskiPowiatNowotarskiPowiatTatrzańskiPowiatLimanowskiPowiatNowySączSlovak RepublicNowosądeckiPowiatGorlickiPowiat5

Ma³opolska in FIGURESTransportThe Kraków-Balice International Airport has regularair connections with major European and NorthAmerican cities as well as with Israel. The extensionof the passenger terminal, which is currently inprogress, will soon allow it to handle two millionpassengers each year. Passenger numbers andcargo volumes are rising dynamically.The A4 motorway links the region to Upper Silesiaand will soon reach the German border. A similarmotorway will also be constructed in the easterndirection. This will be a major European route sinceit will connect Germany to Ukraine via Poland. Thecompletion of the southern segment of the Krakówring road has been the most significant achievementin recent years, allowing transit traffic in theeast-west direction to bypass the city.The region has direct rail links to major Central andEast European cities (e.g. Berlin and Budapest).It takes 2 hours 40 minutes to reach Warsaw byexpress train.Passengers using the Kraków-BaliceInternational Airport,thousands2004*2003200019971994*projectedszt.122100258200Cars per 1,000 inhabitants2002 Małopolska 307Poland 2281003004005171997 Małopolska 214Poland 221200593500600700300846800900400Passenger traffic at the Kraków-Balice International Airport - directionsexistingChicagoNew YorkLondonAmsterdamplannedParisBerlinDortmundCologneFrankfurtMilanplannedCopenhagenPragueStuttgartMunichZurich ViennaRomeWarsawBudapestHard surface public roadsper 100 sq. km, 2002Małopolska 143 kmTel AvivPoland80 km6

Ma³opolska in FIGURESDemographicsThe population of Małopolska has definitely beengrowing at the most rapid pace of all Polish regions.This is not only the result of a high birth rate(Małopolska ranks fourth in Poland in this respect)but also of a positive migration rate - here Małopolskaranks second in Poland, immediately after MazowieckieRegion. Among the arrivals, foreigners constitutea large group. The Kraków metropolitan area has thelargest number of inhabitants (over 1 million), followedby Tarnów (118,000) and Nowy Sącz (85,000).Population growth per 1,000 inhabitantsMałopolskaPoland20031-0.420021.4-0.120011.60.120000.3Occupational structure, 2003Małopolska Polandpre-working age23.121.9working age61.762.9post-working age15.215.2%10203040506070-0.500.511.5222.5Net migration by region, 2002 per 1,000 inhabitantsMazowieckie 2.4Małopolska 1.0Wielkopolskie 0.6Pomorskie 0.3Łódzkie -0.6Dolnośląskie -0.7Kujawsko-pomorskie -0.7Zachodniopomorskie -0.8Lubuskie -1.0Podkarpackie -1.4Podlaskie -1.5Lubelskie -1.8Świętokrzyskie -1.9Śląskie -2.1Warmińsko-mazurskie -2.1Opolskie -4.3Poland - 0.5-5-4-3-2-101237

Ma³opolska in FIGURESLabour MarketWell-educated and mobile employees form a majorelement in the Małopolska labour market (particularlywithin the Kraków conurbation). The unemploymentrate in Małopolska is markedly lower than the Polishaverage - it currently stands at 14.7% while thenational average is 18.9% (end of September 2004).The only Polish region with a lower unemploymentrate is Mazowieckie Region. Within the region,Kraków has the lowest proportion of unemployed inthe workforce (7.6%) and Nowosądecki Powiat hasthe highest (28.4%).Employment by ownershiptype in 2002, %77.5 22.5private70.2public29.8MałopolskaPolandEmployment by activitysector in 2002, %agriculture, forestry and hunting36.8 21.1 42.1industry and constructionuslugiservices28.7 19.352.0MałopolskaPolandThe region's well-qualified workforce is undoubtedlyto its advantage - the proportion of employees inMałopolska who are university graduates is muchhigher than the national average. The dynamicallydeveloping private sector provides almost 80% ofjobs. Wages in Małopolska are around 10% lowerthan the Polish average.Average gross salary in Małopolska, EUR2003MałopolskaPolandUnemployment rate in Małopolska comparedto the national rate252015105PolandMałopolska2002MałopolskaPoland0%20012002200320042001MałopolskaPoland2000MałopolskaPolandEUR0100200300400500600.8

Ma³opolska in FIGURESHousing and Living ConditionsHouseholds in Małopolska own more consumerdurables such as computers or cars than thenational average. Similar trends should soonemerge with regard to housing statistics: in2003, one in seven new dwellings in Poland wasbuilt in Małopolska. Compared to 2002, the percentageincrease in the number of flats completedwas larger in Kraków than in Warsaw. Judging bythe figures concerning the number of flats underconstruction and the number of constructionpermits granted, it may be expected that thistrend will be sustained in the coming years.The standard of flats in the region is high: theyare larger and better equipped in terms of sanitaryinstallations than the Polish average.Household consumer durables, 2003 (average per 100 households)Disposable household income per head, EUR20022000MałopolskaPolandMałopolskaPolandCars Personal Colour TVs VCRs Satellite TV RefrigeratorscomputersreceiversMałopolska 50.5 29.4 95.7 52.6 36.0 96.2Poland 48.9 29.0 97.2 53.1 49.7 98.51998MałopolskaPolandHouseholds living in flats connected to a watermains, with WC and bathroom in 2002, %EUR100110120130140150160urban:rural:95.592.180.874.2Flats completed per 1,000 inhabitants2000 2001 2002 2003MałopolskaPolandMałopolskaPolandMałopolska 2.5 3.3 3.0 7.2Poland 2.3 2.7 2.6 4.39

Ma³opolska in FIGURESEconomyMałopolska is an economically varied region. Traditionalindustries such as metallurgy or heavy industry are nolonger the mainstay of the region's economy and new,innovative industries are developing quickly. Researchand development outlays in Małopolska are almosttwice as high as the national average, reaching almostPLN 500 million in 2002. Economically, the region isa strong one - it produces 5.5% of Poland's GDP (thefourth largest figure among Polish regions).Of the 500 largest Polish enterprises, 30 have theirhead offices in Małopolska. The Myślenice-basedTele-Fonika company, which is the fourth largestmanufacturer of fibre optics cables in Europe, is theregion's leading exporter. IT companies such asOptimus, ComArch, Solidex or the Internet portals are the pride of the region.The region's authorities have consistently supportedthe development of advanced technologies - the ITsector, chemical and pharmaceutical industries,modern printing facilities as well as the manufacturingof metal packaging.Largest companies in Małopolska by revenue in 2003, EUR millionBP Polska Sp. z o.o. / Kraków 4,749.7 fuelsTesco Grupa Kapitałowa / Kraków 4,500.0 commercePhilip Morris Polska S.A. / Kraków 4,382.2 tobaccoTele-Fonika Kable S.A. / Myślenice 2,011.1 cablesGrupa Kapitałowa Rafineria Trzebinia S.A./ Trzebinia 1,693.4 fuelsSlovnaft Polska S.A. / Kraków 1,420.8 fuelsZakład Energetyczny Kraków S.A. / Kraków 1,405.1 energy supplyZakłady Azotowe w Tarnowie-Mościcach S.A./ Tarnów 936.4 plasticsGrupa Kapitałowa Can Pack S.A. / Kraków 928.9 packagingMaspex Sp. z o.o. / Wadowice 903.3 food productsIndustry sales in Małopolska by activity type (NACE sections)Section(PLN million, current basic prices)1998 1999 2002 2003Change,1998-2003 %Total industry 27,236.9 28,587.7 32,965.9 35,324.0 129.7Manufacturing 25,229.9 26,251.7 30,231.8 31,858.1 126.3Electricity, gas and water supply 1,622.2 1,920.7 2,374.4 3,095.4 190.810

Ma³opolska in FIGURESEntrepreneurshipAlmost 288,000 businesses are registered in theregion. This number has been constantly rising inrecent years. Most of these companies belong to theSME sector. The successes of many small, oftenfamily-run, firms which have become leaders of theirrespective industries should be noted. Such firmsinclude e.g.: Fakro - one of the world's largestmanufacturers of roof lights, Koral - the largest Polishmanufacturer of ice-cream (as of 2004) or Wojas- Poland's leading footwear company. Consumersassociate the region with such brands as Optimus(computers), Wawel (sweets), Lajkonik (salt sticks),Tymbark (juices) as well as Okocim (beer).Kraków is the financial centre of southern Poland. BankPrzemysłowo-Handlowy (BPH), which is the thirdlargest bank in Poland, has its head office here and thePolish head office of Deutsche Bank is also locatedin Kraków. Kraków also hosts the headquarters offour brokerage offices as well as branches of majorconsulting companies and financial institutions.Commercial companies in Małopolska, of which jointstock companies in Małopolska, as of June 30, 2004Total commercial companies 14,790joint stock companies 622limited liability companies 11,850Selected financial institutions31 Commercial banks46 Cooperative banks18 Leasing companies12 Brokerage offices642 ATMsBusinesses registered in the REGON system, thousands2003 287.82002 278.42001 266.62000 251.71999 242.61998 228.12202302402502602702802901020304050607010020030040050060070011

Ma³opolska in FIGURESForeign InvestmentForeign businesses have invested over 6 billion USdollars (over 8% of their total investment in Poland)in Małopolska. Industry, banking and commerce haveattracted the largest amounts of foreign funds.There are 2,426 companies with foreign involvementcurrently operating in the region, which employaround 76,000 persons in total.The list of enterprises involving foreign capitalconfirms the region's attractiveness for investorsfrom many industries, from the manufacturing ofpharmaceuticals (the Croatian Pliva company)through state-of-the-art printing facilities (twoprinting houses owned by the US-based RRDonnelley) to financial services (the HVB groupand Deutsche Bank from Germany as well as theBelgian Fortis Bank). Motorola has also invested inthe region for several years. Certain industries likethe design and manufacturing of automotive partshave been created virtually from scratch by foreigninvestors - the Delphi and Valeo corporations.There has been substantial foreign capital involvementin the tourist industry in recent years, primarilyconcerning the construction of hotels belonging tointernational chains.Major foreign investors, end 2003Investor Country Investment, Activity sectorof origin USD millionHVB Group Germany 1,011.4 bankingPhilip Morris USA 498.7 cigarette manufacturingPliva Croatia 183.0 pharmaceuticalsmanufacturingCarlsberg Denmark 144.9 beer manufacturingCoca-Cola USA 122.0 beverage manufacturingElectricité de France France 121.2 energy supplyF&P Holding USA 113.0 manufacturing and recycling of metal packagingDonnelly USA 110.0 printingDeutsche Bank Germany 108.9 bankingValeo France 106.1 manufacturing ofautomotive partsFortis Bank Belgium 96.7 bankingCarrefour France 87.0 commerceOrigin of capital,end 2003, %35 27 9 31Commercial companies withforeign capital involvementin Małopolska, asGermanU.S.Frenchotherof June 30, 20042,42612

Ma³opolska in FIGURESAgriculture and EnvironmentDespite the small average farm area (2.1hectares) and difficult terrain and climatic conditions,agriculture in Małopolska makes good use ofits potential. Family farms play an important rolehere, often specialising in the production of organicfood and regional products such as the Łąckoslivovitz or sheep cheeses (among them oscypekcheese, which is famous throughout Poland). Thefarm tourism network in the region is well developed.Local agricultural producers supply the processingindustry with raw materials for manufacturing juices,tobacco products or meat products. Sheep-breeding,for which the mountainous areas of Małopolskawere once famous, is currently being revived. Ruralcommunities in the region are among the most activein Poland, which is also the result of the regional government'sinvestments promoting the development ofoff-farm labour markets in rural areas.Favourable changes in agriculture have beenaccompanied by a steady improvement in thecondition of the natural environment. There aremore rivers belonging to the second and thirdpurity classes and the number of heavily pollutedwater bodies has decreased. Air pollution has alsobeen reduced through the use of modern filters.Increasing amounts of waste are being recycled.The length of the sewerage network in Małopolskahas risen by more than half within the last fiveyears and is now 5,852 km.Yields of selected crops in tonnes per ha, 2003Cereals includingmixed cerealsiPotatoesMaizeCabbagestonnesMunicipal sewage treatment, %100908070605040302010treated1998untreated1999200020012002Treatment of waste produced as a result ofbusiness activities in 2003, thousand tonnes753.7495.2739.52,000* not deposited04,000286 Małopolska276 Poland1,790 Małopolska1,790 Poland545 Małopolska529 Poland4,580 Małopolska3,890 Poland1,0006,0002,0008,244.88,0003,00010,0004,000973utiliseddisposed of*temporarily depositeddeposited in dumping sites5,0002003Farmland in Małopolska,thousand hectaresarableland541.5pastures54.8meadows197.6orchards14.413

Ma³opolska in FIGURESEducation and CultureThe Małopolska region is ranked second in Poland interms of its cultural potential and third with regardto the number of university students. The JagiellonianUniversity, which was founded over 600 years ago,has been named the best university in Poland inprestigious rankings. With regard to private economicscolleges, Wyższa Szkoła Biznesu in Nowy Sączand Wyższa Szkoła Zarządzania i Bankowości in Krakóware considered to be among the best in Poland.The 31 universities and colleges in Małopolska areattended by over 170,000 students. New privateschools are being established, courses in newsubjects adapted to the changing labour marketemerge and the number of academic teachers isrising (currently there are almost 11,000 of them).Małopolska distinguishes itself by its numerouscultural institutions. Among visitors to Polishmuseums, every fourth person visits an institutionlocated in Małopolska. 20% of all Polish works of artcan be found in state, church and privately-ownedcollections in the region. Connoisseurs and touristsare attracted e.g. by exhibitions at the WawelRoyal Castle, National Museum branches, districtmuseums in Tarnów and Nowy Sącz as well asdiocesan museums in Kraków and Tarnów. Manyinternationally renowned festivals, e.g. the JewishCulture Festival in the Kazimierz quarter of Krakówor the International Festival of Mountain Folklore inZakopane, are organised in Małopolska.Cultural institutions in Małopolska103 Museums including branches21 Professional theatres and music establishments53 Cinemas773 Libraries including branches71 Art galleries479 Community centres, clubs and youth clubsStudents in Małopolska by school type2000/2001 2001/2002 2002/2003Primary 284,495 275,685 265,410Lower secondary 101,776 150,147 147,601Upper secondary 206,187 155,656 154,547Post-secondary 18,566 19,173 21,609In adult education 26,341 29,885 30,518of which: Primary 8 - -Lower secondary 147 319 353Upper secondary 26,186 29,566 30,165University and college students in Małopolska, thousandsFull-timeExtramuralTotal2003/2004 100,2141999/2000 70,3062003/2004 71,2011999/2000 51,8612003/2004 171,4151999/2000 122,167Universities and collegesin Małopolska2003 / 2004311999 / 2000 21tys050,000100,000150,000200,00014

Ma³opolska in FIGURESTourism and LeisureMałopolska is one of the most frequently visitedPolish regions. Almost 8 million tourists camehere in 2003, of which one million from abroad(mostly from Germany, the USA, Great Britain,France, Italy as well as Russia and Ukraine). Themost important tourist attractions in the regionare the city of Kraków, the Wieliczka Salt Mine,the former Auschwitz-Birkenau concentrationcamp as well as the Tatras - Poland's highestmountains, and Zakopane, which has been dubbed"the winter capital of Poland." The region alsoattracts pilgrimages (e.g. to sanctuaries inKalwaria Zebrzydowska and Kraków-Łagiewniki aswell as to the house in Wadowice where Pope JohnPaul II was born) and sanatorium patients (thereare nine health resorts in the region).The number of hotels with different standards inMałopolska has increased recently and new skiingresorts and specialist centres offering programmesgeared to active tourists have also been established.There are 4,000 km of marked mountain hiking andcycling trails in the region. The development of leisurefacilities has received financial support from theregional local government. In the years 1999-2003,regional authorities partly funded the constructionand modernisation of 142 sports facilities.UNESCO World Heritage Sites■ Wieliczka Salt Mine■ historic centre of Kraków■ former Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp■ architectural and park landscape complexin Kalwaria Zebrzydowska■ wooden churches of Southern Poland:Binarowa, Dębno, Lipnica Murowana, SękowaMarked tourist trails in Małopolska, km2003 6,828.72002 6,767.92001 6,495.02000 5,203.601,000Classified hotels in Małopolska2,0003,0002003 142*2002 1092001 982000 774,0005,0006,0007,0008,000Share of Małopolska ininternational tourist traffic,2003, in millionPoland13.72Małopolska1.1Share of Małopolska indomestic tourist traffic,2003, in millionPoland48.4Małopolska4.8* according to the Office of the Marshal of the Małopolska Region records as of July 2, 200415

Ma³opolska in FIGURESHealthInhabitants of Małopolska typically live longer thanthe rest of the Polish population: the average lifeexpectancy in the region is among the highest in theentire country.Access to doctors - both general practitioners andspecialists - is easier than in other regions. In 2003,health care services financed by social insurancewere provided to patients in 65 hospitals withalmost 18,000 beds in Małopolska. There were 16private health care hospitals with 619 beds in total.In 2003, the number of beds at such establishmentsrose by 8.6%. The largest increases occurred withregard to gynaecology and obstetrics, neonatology,addiction treatment and vascular surgery wards.Spa treatments, which are based on naturalresources such as mineral waters, mudbaths anda mild climate, constitute an important branch ofhealth care in Małopolska. Szczawnica, Rabka andKrynica are among the most popular Polish healthresorts. There are 140 sanatoria in total inMałopolska health resorts which specialise in thetreatment of e.g. respiratory, metabolic andcardiovascular diseases.Life expectancy in Małopolska compared to national figures2000 2001 2002 2003Małopolska males 71.3 71.1 72.0 72.0Poland males 69.7 70.2 70.4 70.5Małopolska females 78.8 78.9 78.8 79.7Poland females 78.0 78.3 79.5 78.9Doctors, dentists and nurses per 10,000 inhabitants in 2003doctors dentists nursesMałopolska 24.1 3.7 54Poland 22.6 3.4 51Health resorts in 2004Małopolska 9Poland 4316

Ma³opolska in FIGURESFutureSince 1990, Małopolska Region has received EUR348.98 million in assistance from the EuropeanUnion within the framework of the PHARE, ISPA andSAPARD programmes. These funds have made itpossible to implement many important projects andalso "rehearse" the mechanisms and instrumentsof Community regional policy in practice.Apart from sectoral programmes, the multi-fundIntegrated Regional Operational Programme(IROP) is being implemented, which will be managedFinancial assistance forMałopolskie Region underthe PHARE (1990-2003),ISPA (2000-2003),and SAPARD programmes.over 500,000 up to 1 millionover 1 million up to 2.5 millionover 2.5 million up to 5 millionover 5 million up to 10 millionover 10 million up to 25 millionover 25 million up to 50 millionover 50 millionChrzanowskiPowiatOświęcimskiPowiatOlkuskiPowiatWadowickiPowiatSuskiPowiatKrakowskiPowiatat the national level but implemented at theregional one.In total EUR 185.2 million will be available for theimplementation of the IROP in Małopolska over the2004-2006 programming period. Most of thesefunds will be allocated to projects related to theextension and modernisation of the region'sinfrastructure (projects related to transport,environmental protection, culture, tourism andinformation society infrastructure).MiechowskiPowiatKrakówMyślenickiPowiatProszowickiPowiatWielickiPowiatNowotarskiPowiatTatrzańskiPowiatBrzeskiPowiatBocheńskiPowiatLimanowskiPowiatNowySączDąbrowskiPowiatTarnówTarnowskiPowiatNowosądeckiPowiatGorlickiPowiatFinancial aid for MałopolskaRegion (PHARE, SAPARD, ISPA)■ Cities with■ powiat statusEUR million■ Kraków 103.93■ Nowy Sącz 4.85■ Tarnów 29.93■ Powiats (districts) EUR million■ Bocheński 3.35■ Brzeski 5.97■ Chrzanowski 0.95■ Dąbrowski 1.18■ Gorlicki 7.1■ Krakowski 4.15■ Limanowski 9.47■ Miechowski 1.38■ Myślenicki 4.07■ Nowosądecki 12.79■ Nowotarski 3.59■ Olkuski 0.88■ Oświęcimski 7.55■ Proszowicki 2.17■ Suski 4.82■ Tarnowski 7.03■ Tatrzański 16.70■ Wadowicki 2.22■ Wielicki 6.08■ Horizontal programmes 108.79■ Total 348.9817

+8563 +3 +561 572+4526 64562 6562456 245645 66034 25+6 14156 4560 2460753 89 562456 26092004 460753 46Statistics from the following sources have been used in this publication:- Małopolska Organizacja Turystyczna;- Międzynarodowy Port Lotniczy im. Jana Pawła II Kraków-Balice Sp. z o.o.;- Regionalna Izba Obrachunkowa w Krakowie;- Urząd Statystyczny w Krakowie;- Bolesław Domański, Krzysztof Gwosdz, Wojciech Jarczewski, Grzegorz Micek,Inwestycje zagraniczne w województwie małopolskim do 31 grudnia 2003 roku;- "Ranking firm 2003," Polityka;- Ministerstwo Gospodarki i Pracy, Turystyka polska w 2003 r., układ regionalny;- Województwo Małopolskie 2003, Kraków 2004.Publication financed by the Małopolska RegionOffice of the Marshal of the Małopolska RegionDepartment of Promotion and International Cooperationul. Basztowa 22, 31-156 KrakówProduced by the Promotion Unitwww.malopolska.plKraków, November 2004ISBN 83-920304-5-1Design: Jan MichalskiFabryka Grafiki, www.fabrykagrafiki.comPrinted by: Drukarnia S-GRAF

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