The principal land uses in Corinthia are:Crops: 36,31%Water: 1,38%Pasture: 26,48%Inhabited areas: 4,18%Forest: 30,48%Other- areas: 1,17%The economy of the Prefecture is flourfishing, and is characterized by balanced development in all sectors.
The per capital income in 1995 is estimated at $ 9.240 and ceeds the
average for Greece by 9.811% (KEPE). The agricultural sector is highly developed,
especially in fruit production.
Output of the main agricultural products in 1993 was as follows:
Industry has developed considerrably since 1960 and is concentrate mainly along the Agii Theodori Kiato northern trunk road. Major manufacturing units are:
The main exports from the Prefecture are agricultural produce such as lemons, oranges, sultanas, Corinthian grapes apricots and industrial products such processed agricultural produce, foods tins of meat, soya flour, bottled water, fruit juices, petroleum products, cables, pipes, metal boxes, sanitary ware, paper products.
In commerce, following its ancient tradition, Corinth plays an important role in the Greek economy. A number of companies in the Prefecture occupy leading positions in the nation as a whole. Other units are also coming into action, covering a broad spectrum of the secondary and tertiary sector, such as drugs, drinks, timber etc.
Altogether , the following companies are active in Corinthia: 45 industrial, 2.459 commercial, 3.102 services and 140 export. The employment structure of the population can be broken as follows: 46% in the primary sector, 24% in the secondary and 30% in the tertiary sector:
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