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Photographs:
Photo by Mattia Boero (INTESA-SANPAOLO’s Skyscraper), Photo Gallery of Turismo Torino e Provincia (Sacra San
Michele, Gran Madre’s Church- photo of Giuseppe Bressi, Cri Cri- photo of Franco Borello, Winter View, Porta Palazzo’s
Market).
Editorial coordination: Studies, Statistics and Prices Department of Torino Chamber of Commerce
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Graphic coordination: Communications Department of Torino Chamber of Commerce
Layout: La Coccinella di Giglioli Francesca
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Socio-economic profile of the province
Torino and its province..................................................................... 2
1 Territory, population and environment.....................................
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2 Economy and Companies........................................................... 8
3 Employment and education....................................................... 12
4 Tourism and quality of life......................................................... 16
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Torino and its province
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TORINO REPORT CARD
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Torino
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Piedmont
Italy
Torino
in the Italian
Ranking
227,208
447,035
6,041,187
4°
of which, those run by women
49,413
98,725
1,302,054
4°
EXPORTS millions of Euros
20,600
42,755
397,996
2°
IMPORTS millions of Euros
14,744
27,838
355,114
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REGISTERED COMPANIES
12.9%
11.3%
12.7%
77°
of which, women
13.3%
12.1%
13.8%
67°
men
12.6%
10.7%
11.9%
80°
2,297,917
4,436,798
60,782,668
4°
BANK LOANS millions of Euros
61,160
112,667
1,824,473
3°
DEPOSITS millions of Euros
57,779
102,230
1,337,561
3°
Gross domestic product
(current value, millions of Euros)**
68,583
124,115
1,560,024
3°
UNEMPLOYMENT RATE
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The fourth largest province in Italy for the
number of companies and the second most
important for exports, Torino and its province, notwithstanding the duration of the national and international economic crisis remains
confirmed as one of the primary competitive
territories at a national and European level.
Thanks both to a historic industrial vocation and
new productive specialisations acquired in recent
years, which have witnessed a new opening of the
territory to the service sector and new industrial
sectors, in the last year the sub-alpine province
has been able to maintain its important economic weight: the provincial gdp is in fact third in
the ranking of Italian provinces and is comparable, in its size to the wealth produced by countries such as the Slovak Republic and Ecuador.
A foreign component that is increasingly integrated and present in a significant manner also contributes to the development of the territorial socio-economic fabric and its entrepreneurial system.
In 2015, thanks to the new exhibition of the
Holy Shroud of Torino and EXPO 2015, which
takes place in the nearby area of Milan, the territory of Torino will have new opportunities to
increase its tourist traffic, already strengthened
over the last decade following the organisation
of large events of international importance.
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TORINO AND ITS PROVINCE
RESIDENT POPULATION*
* Population at 1 January 2014
** 2013 estimates
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Torino Caselle certainly counts among the most important for the
territory.
Nevertheless, in 2013 the number of passengers transiting through
the airport continued to decline (-10% compared to the year before), reaching 3.16 million. At the same time, the number of average
weekly flights also fell, especially if compared to the average of five
years before.
In addition to good infrastructure, the City of Torino has in recent
years increased its urban park areas: according to data made available by the City of Torino, in 2012 the city possessed ample green
areas, prevalently urban parks (some 36.8% of the total) and equipped green areas (20.8%), a precious contribution to the liveability
and perception of quality of life for its citizens and visitors.
This environmental component is reflected also in the careful attention the subalpine citizens give to the recycling and differentiation of waste material. The differentiated collection of materials in
the province of Torino represents 51% of overall waste collection, a
percentage above both the Italian average (39.9%) and that of the
Italian Northwest (49.5%).
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With 316 municipalities and a territory of more than 6,800 square
kilometres, well distributed among plains, hills and mountainous
areas, the province of Torino is the fourth largest in Italy, not only
by population (after Rome, Milan and Naples) but also by surface
area, coming after Bolzano, Foggia and Cuneo.
It still holds the record in Italy for the largest number of municipalities. In terms of population, with almost 2,3 million inhabitants,
the subalpine territory has a population density of 337 inhabitants
per square kilometre: almost 52% of the resident population is made
up of women, while 40% of the residents are below 40 years of age.
The foreign component represents some 9.7% of the overall population.
The infrastructure of the province of Torino is functional both for
the economic and social needs of the territory.
In particular, the infrastructure indicators developed by the Tagliacarne Institute and Unioncamere highlight that the social infrastructure of the province is clearly superior to the values registered
for the Italian Northeast and the Piedmont Region.
As to the economic infrastructure, the Sandro Pertini Airport at
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Territory, population and environment
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Distribution of municipalities of the province
of Torino by altitude
Chart 1
Chart 2
Mountain
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Hills
Source: Istat, Atlas of Statistical and Administrative Geography - % weight and absolute values
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From 80 to 89
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107 towns
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Men
Of which foreigners
Women
Of which foreigners
>=90
34%
<300 m
83 towns
Total resident population:
2,297,917 of which 9.7% foreign
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Plains
Population resident in the province of Torino by
gender, age and nationality
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Province of Torino: 316 towns over a territory of 6,829
square kilometres of which
mountains: 3,114.1 sq. km.
hills: 1,739.4 sq. km.
plains: 1,975.3 sq. km.
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TERRITORY, POPULATION AND ENVIRONMENT
49,735
From 70 to 79
From 60 to 69
From 50 to 59
From 40 to 49
From 30 to 39
From 20 to 29
From 10 to 19
From 0 to 9
111,416
17,555
83,679
134,716
136,074
149,628
155,717
165,096
186,704
189,328
147,950
109,938
100,850
104,978
149,233
106,520
94,796
98,318
Source: Istat, DEMO bank - Population at 1 January 2014
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TRAFFIC OF TORINO-CASELLE AIRPORT
Average weekly Average weekly
national
international
(tonnes)
flights
flights
Goods
3,160,287
9,694
160
149
2012
3,521,847
10,542
236
208
8,137
2010
3,560,169
8,351
2009
3,227,258
6,552
207
257
220
300
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Index Italy = 100
Total infrastructural index net of ports
Index of economic infrastructure
Index of social infrastructure
104.4
Italian
Northwest
108.7
113.9
87.7
Piedmont
84.6
95.0
125.7
Torino
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99.80
119.60
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Source: Sagat
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Indicators of infrastructure by category.
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Source: Unioncamere-Tagliacarne Institute - 2012 Data
6.2%
0.4%
2.8%
9.2%
Untended
green areas
58.9%
Torino
Piedmont
Northwest
Italy
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15.6%
Equipped
green areas
Source: City of Torino, 2013
Differentiated
Not differentiated
3.1%
Parks and large
gardens
1.2%
40.8%
0.5%
0.9%
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1.7%
47.5%
Historical
green areas
48.5%
45.8%
2.5%
49.5%
Urban
green
cemeteries
39.9%
Urban
gardens,
agricultural
areas
8.5%
Botanical
gardens and
nurseries
51%
9.2%
Green sport
facilities
Other green
3.4%
areas
School
gardens
Production of urban waste by type of collection
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Urban
furnished
areas
Chart 5
53.3%
Green areas of the City of Torino - division
by type
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Large material
Source: ISPRA
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about 15% were Moroccan and 7% were Chinese. Encouraging
signals of a future economic recovery arrived from trade abroad,
which for the second year in a row demonstrated a positive dynamic.There was a notable increase both in exports, which reached
20,600 million Euros at the end of the year (+3.5% more than in
2013), and in imports (14,744 million Euros, +2.4%); in particular
increases were registered in the sale abroad of means of transport
(+6%), electrical devices (+14.8%) and miscellaneous machines
and machinery (+3.1%).
Among the first 10 countries that were destinations of Torino
exports, in 2014 Germany was confirmed as the main importing
partner, followed at a short distance by France. The United States remained in third position, while Poland overtook the United
Kingdom. Taking Belgium’s former place is Brazil, which in 2014
absorbed 3.5% of Torino exports.
Taking into consideration the overall degree of development of its
territory, the province of Torino produced 54% of the value added of the Piedmont Region and 4% of the national Italian figure
(thanks especially to the service sector).
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Once again during the course of 2014, the process of partial reconversion of the structure of the entrepreneurial fabric of our province
continued its evolution. Thus, if on one hand the manufacturing
sector and construction continued to register negative variations,
on the other hand the service sector today represents more than
63% of the 227,208 companies registered in the province of Torino.
The number of the companies in the sector of public, social and
personal services continued to increase (+0.8%) as well as in the
tourist sector (+0.6%). Nevertheless, that increase was not enough
to offset the loss in other sectors, and the year closed with an overall negative variation (-1.7% with respect to 2013). This economic
picture, still uncertain, did not favour investments in innovation:
the number of requests from Torino for patents from the European
Patent Office was equal to 2011, at 275. Nevertheless, Torino still
holds 65% of the European patents deposited in the Piedmont Region. Foreign entrepreneurship also continued to decline: after a
slowdown in 2013, (+0.9%), once again in 2014 foreign companies
grew “only” by 0.6%. Of the 32,381 foreign entrepreneurs resident
in the province of Torino, some 25% were of Romanian nationality,
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Economy and Companies
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Changes in the registration of companies in
the province of Torino by sector
Chart 6
European patents from the province of Torino, years
2006-2012: 2,087
Construction
35,597
1,739
3,013
-3.0%
Commerce
58,175
3,104
4,793
-1.6%
Food and lodging
service sector
15,235
777
1,362
0.6%
Education, health and other
public, social and personal services 14,574
746
1,006
0.8%
14,050
16,833
-1.7%
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Total*
* Non-classified companies are also included in the total
Source: Torino Chamber of Commerce from InfoCamere data
- Year 2014 (ATECO 2007)
2006
2007
2008
420
-1.7%
395
3,617
2009
2010
275
2,365
409
56,084
251
Services, prevalently
aimed at companies
469
-2.0%
319
1,372
448
733
Torino
Piedmont
299
22,441
327
Industry
468
-1.6%
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Registrations Inscriptions Closures % Variation
2011
275
Year 2014
Agriculture and fishing
Number of European patents (*)
491
Table 2
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2012
* Published by the European Patent Office
Source: Unioncamere patent Observatory based upon EPO
data
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Value Added Percentage Composition
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Chart 8
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Piedmont
Italy
3%
585
Chemical
products
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1,340
Rubber, plastic
materials
776
4%
Computers,
electronic devices
430
1,125
5%
Electrical devices
4%
770
Food and beverage
products
5%
939
Other products
5.9%
6.1%
5.3%
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Industry
1,322
Metal
products
Textiles, clothing
41%
Services
Source: Unioncamere Nazionale - Tagliacarne Institute - Year 2012
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2%
6%
352
Wood, paper and
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18.4%
2.0%
1.6%
0.6%
19.5%
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Agriculture
Exports of the province of Torino by sector
Total imports = 14,744 million Euros
Total exports = 20,600 million Euros
Trade balance = +5,855 million Euros
73.8%
74.7%
70.5%
V.A. 2012 in the province of Torino: 60,385 million Euros
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8,546
Means
of transport
4,409
21%
General machinery
and devices
Source: ISTAT - Data as of 2014 in millions of Euros and % weight of
the total
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The first 10 destination countries of Torino
exports
Chart 9
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Rankings of foreign entrepreneurs by largest
national groups
Total of foreign entrepreneurs in the province of Torino
in 2014: 32,381
+0.6 % with respect to 2013
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3.5%
965
4.7%
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5.6%
1,163
5.7%
1,166
10.5%
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12.1%
Morocco
4,907
24%
15.2%
1.9%
Brazil
604
1.9%
Senegal
610
2,169
2,384
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1,50
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24.8%
Other Countries
7,780
1,257
6.1%
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2.9%
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Sw
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Bra
Romania
8,031
Source: ISTAT - 2014 data in millions of Euros and % weight of total
2,496
1.9%
Argentina
602
2.1%
Tunisia
680
2.5%
Switzerland
797
3.2%
Germany
1,022
3.3%
Nigeria
1,082
3.4%
Egypt
1,115
4.2%
Albania
1,376
4.8%
France
1,555
6.9%
China
2,220
Source: Torino Chamber of Commerce, based upon InfoCamere data Year 2014 and % composition of the total
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Once again in 2013 the number of professional training courses in
the province of Torino grew, as the Regional Commission for Professional Training gave ample space to these initiatives, producing
a complete range of training options. There were some 6,354 active
courses, involving over 100,000 students.
The presence of foreign students in the schools and institutes of
the province also increased (+1.4%) reaching a total of 36,490 foreigners, representing almost 12% of the students in the province.
As concerns their origins, some 57.0% come from other European
countries, about 26.3% are from Africa, 9.8% arrive from America
(the only area to show a slight decrease over the previous year) and
6.8% from Asia.
The year 2013 saw 16,819 university students graduate in the
province of Torino, of which 47.4% male and 52.6% female. The
Faculty of Engineering had the largest number of new graduates,
3,790, followed at a distance by Economics with 2,411 graduates.
These were followed by the Faculty of Architecture (1,660) and
the Faculty of Political Science (1,559).
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Work and professional training represent fundamental components
to promote the development and competitiveness of the territorial
socio-economic system.
In 2014 the labour force of the province of Torino held steady,
notwithstanding a slight fall in the preceding year, above one million persons, who represent more than half of the Piedmontese labour force and 4% of the Italian statistic.
With 898,000 workers, the employment rate of the province is
61.4%, slightly below the regional rate (62.4%), but above the Italian rate (55.7%).
The unemployment rate, having arrived at 12.9%, is in line with
the national statistic (12.8%) and above the regional rate (11.3%).
Almost 70% of those employed work in the service sector, while
30% work in industry and less than 1% in agriculture.
Total hirings in 2014 were 345,276, of which some 18.3% were permanent hire contracts, down 1% from the year before. Among the
temporary contracts (81.7% of the total), the most used contractual
form was the subordinated temporary contracts (32.4% of the total)
and administrative contracts (25.4%), both slightly higher.
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Employment indicators.
Chart 11
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Activity rate
Employment rate
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61.4
62.4
12.7
Piedmont
8
67.3
Industry
269
Women
408
55.5
Services
621
Total
898
61.4
Total
People in search of Unemployment
% rate
work in thousands
898
Labour force
in
thousands
Activity %
rate 15-64
years
Men
71
12.6
561
77.2
Women
62
13.3
470
64.1
133
12.9
1,031
70.6
Total
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Agriculture
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Employed in
thousands
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Employment indicators
in the province of Torino
Employed
Employment
in thousands % rate 15-64
years
Unemployment rate
70.5
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Torino
Source: Istat, Labour force - 2014 averages, Values as %
Source: ISTAT, Labour force - 2014 averages
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Hirings by contract type
2014 % variation 14/13
Chart 12
Table 4
18.3%
13.0%
Permanent
contract
-7%
CATEGORIES AND TYPES
OF TRAINING
Domestic work
+11%
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work
+6%
6.4%
25.4%
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Parasubordinated
temporary
contract
+8%
449
8,760
891
17,579
Advanced training
121
2,269
240
4,403
Upper training
138
1,889
339
2,637
Disadvantage training
144
1, 858
253
3,178
Work training
852
14,776 1,723
27,797
Company training
995
13,916 1,478
17,241
11,129
23
18,562
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Administration
contract
+7%
Apprenticeship training
Subordinated
temporary
contract
+3%
Source: Torino Chamber of Commerce calculations based on Labour
Market Observatory data - Province of Torino
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Work training
1,018
25,045 1,501
35,803
Individual training
1,496
17,051 2,751
29,028
Adult training
Permanent training
Safety training
Social assistance training
32.4%
TORINO
PIEDMONT
Courses Students Courses Students
Initial training
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Training activities financed by the Regional
Commission for Professional Training
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Training for trainers
Specific training activities
TOTAL
150
1,646
-
3,084
325
6,354
20,135 3,076
35,382
-
19
302
21
686
32
964
2
31
3
48
23
717
54
1,314
60,673 6,354
100,296
3,539
Source: Piedmontese training system observatory - 2013 data
Origin of foreign students* in the province of
Torino
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36,490 foreign students, +1.4% compared to the year 2011/2012
49.8% of the foreign students in Piedmont
11.8% of the overall students in the province of Torino
High school and university graduates in 2013: 16,819
of which: 7,978 males 8,841 females
3,790
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Source: Piedmont Region School data. Calculation by IRES (re-calculated by the Chamber of Commerce)
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77
Veterinary Medicine
434
Sport
531
Mathematics, Physical
and Natural Sciences
Agrariain
629
555
Foreign Languages
and Literature
1,396
1,058
865
651
Jurisprudence
Psychology
Letters
and Philosophy
Medicine
and Surgery
1,559
1,660
Economics
Learning
Sciences
*Kindergarten, primary school, secondary school
Architecture
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Stateless
+533.3%
America
-5.4%
Engineering
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9.8%
0.1%
Political Science
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2,411
Male
465
Africa
+2.5%
456
Europe
+1.6%
Pharmacy
Asia
+5.3%
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6.8%
57.0%
Graduates of the Polytechnic and University of
Torino
Geo-Biological Sciences
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Source: Calculated by Torino Chamber of Commerce from University
Ministry data, calendar year 2013
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in the province of Torino grew again (+6.1% compared to 2012), for a
total of over 4 million at year end 2013. Among the institutes, the most
visited remained unchanged, with the Royal Castle of Venaria in first
place with 598,547 admissions, followed by the National Cinema Museum (567,977) and the Egyptian Museum (540,332). Over the last year
tourist arrivals in the province were more or less constant (with a slight
increase of 35,000 arrivals), due in reality to those arriving from other
places in Italy, while those from abroad fell slightly. Among the foreign
tourists, the first place among main sources sees France in a position of
command, which ensures a quarter of the total number of foreign tourists, while Germany, now at third place with 34,000 arrivals, has been
passed up by the United Kingdom which sends almost 44,000 tourists
to the province. In 2013 these families spent on average 2,178 Euros
every month, some 2.6% more than what was registered in 2012, which
was instead a year characterised by a slight drop in spending. Of this
amount, some 15.3% is represented by foodstuffs, one percentage point
higher than the year before. Finally, a high propensity to purchase technological goods by the family nuclei in Torino Metropolitan Area was
registered: in 2012, some 95% of the families owned latest-generation
mobile phones and over 60% had access to the Internet.
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Thanks especially to the boost given first by the organisation and hosting
of the 20th Winter Olympic Games, and the successive promotion and
production of tourist, sporting and social and cultural events around the
territory of the subalpine province – from the celebrations of the 150th
Anniversary of Italian Unity, to the more recent World Masters Games
– Torino has in recent years developed a clear ability to attract numerous
visitors to the territory. These grand events have stimulated the updating
and renovation of numerous museum and art collections, while in other
cases there have been entirely new collections built: both cases have met
with notable success, as in the cases of the Automobile Museum, the
Royal Castle of Venaria and the Workshop of Large Repairs (OGR). In
addition, important opportunities will be offered to the province of Torino by Expo 2015, which will take place in Milan but will have a significant influence on the Piedmontese capital, both for the direct economic
impact of the Universal Trade Fair, and for the cultural front of tourist
attractions offered. The availability of lodging in the subalpine province
continues to grow, having reached at the end of the year a total of 1,750
tourist structures equipped with 68,596 beds. Since 2007, the number
of hotels has increased by 5.7%, while lodgings other than hotels have
increased by 30.4%. After last year’s drop, visits to the system of museum
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Lodging by type and capacity
395,220
495,664
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540,332
567,977
566,842
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122,010
115,106
151,097
145,111
157,358
99,500
168,914
75,115
179,492
173,936
190,735
292
Source: Piedmont Region, Regional Tourist Observatory - 2013
Regional Museum
of Natural Sciences
National Museum
of the Risorgimento
Juventus
Football Museum
Modern Art Gallery
National Automobile
Museum
Palazzo
Madama
Royal District
2013
National Cinema
Museum
183
78
141,171
291,491
m
1,197
68,596
1,130
288
2012
Royal Castle
of Venaria
2011
193
81
285
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76
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2010
2013
2012
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1,068
1,036
284
953
78
79
205
2009
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2008
283
943
280
207
76
71
221
267
918
66,191
4-5-6 stars
3 stars
1-2 stars
non-hotel
total beds
646,751
Total visits to the museum system in the province of
Torino in 2013: 4.0 million
598,547
553 hotels, +5.7% compared to 2007
1,197 non-hotels,
+30.4% compared to 2007
2007
Torino Metropolitan Museum System
Top 10 by visitors
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Egyptian Museum
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TOURISM AND QUALITY OF LIFE
Source: Piedmont Region - Piedmont Cultural Observatory - 2013
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2.9%
3.4%
Spain
3.9%
4.7%
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Romania
Russia
6.6%
1,667,228
1,533,181
385,967
1,237,347
11.4%
United
Kingdom
8.8%
Germany
Switzerland and
Liechtenstein
Source: Torino Chamber of Commerce calculations based on
Piedmont Region data - 2013
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484,888
2.8%
Belgium
272,834
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The
Netherlands
234,771
2.2%
1,089,296
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Foreign arrivals
1,765,895
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France
1,724,765
Italian arrivals
25.5%
27.8%
Other countries
243,701
Foreign arrivals: 386,000
some 18.8% of total arrivals.
Total arrivals: 2,053,000
Italian and foreign tourist arrivals in the province
of Torino
1,653,739
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259,190
Foreign tourists coming to the province of Torino
245,475
Chart 17
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2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Source: Torino Chamber of Commerce calculations based on Piedmont
Region data - Tourism Observatory 2013
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Technological goods ownership per family
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Average monthly total spending in 2013:
2,178 Euros of which 15.3% in food and
84.7% of non-food spending
Piedmont
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Recreation,
shows
15.4%
Food and
beverages
15.3%
Clothing and
shoes
3.3%
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51.8
23.0
12.5%
Video-camera
Broad band
connec.
Narrow band
connec.
Internet
access
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compter
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Screnn for
video games
Registered
mobile phone
Mobile phone
DVD player
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6.0
21.9
27.1
45.7
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53.5
60.4
58
37.7
19.2
29.5
37.3
34.5
Health and
other services
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cio
95.1
4.8%
61.2
91.8
Torino Metropolitan Area
57.9
Familiy spending in Torino
Source: Istat “Cittadini e nuove tecnologie” - 2012, % values
Transport
and
6.2%
communications Furniture,
appliances,
home services
42.5%
Utilities,
energy and
carbon fuels
Source: XVII Observatory on the spending of families in Torino.
Torino Chamber of Commerce, Ascom, Confesercenti, Ceris - 2013 data
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Torino Chamber of Commerce Industry Crafts and Agriculture
[email protected]
www.to.camcom.it
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Monday to Friday 9 am to 12.15 pm
Monday to Thursday 2.30 pm to 3.45 pm
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Studies Statistics and Prices Department
via San Francesco da Paola 24 - 10123 Torino
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tel. 011 571 61 - fax 011 571 6516

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