The Share of the Federal States in Gross Domestic Product
During most of the eighties the individual demand sectors expanded relatively evenly. This is true of domestic as well as foreign demand. This evenness led to quite similar growth rates of the individual states' economies. During 1988 and 1989, differences become more marked, however. The more-than-proportionate demand coming from the Federal Republic of Germany and other Western European countries benefited the Western provinces, while, e. g., the growth rates of Vienna lagged behind. It also appears that Lower Austria gained market shares at the expense of Vienna. The deep structural crisis of Styria has surpassed its peak.
Der Beitrag der Bundesländer zum Brutto-Inlandsprodukt. Fortschreibung bis 1989; The Share of the Federal States in Gross Domestic Product
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