Facts & Figures

Monaco: Splashing the cash on the French Riviera

Facts & Figures

  • Motto “Deo Juvante” / “With God’s Help”
  • Official languages French
  • Religion Roman Catholicism
  • Currency Euro (EUR)
  • Calling code +377
  • ISO 3166 code MC

Geography

  • Surface 202.7 hectares
  • Surface 2.02 sq.km
  • Length of land border 5 469 meters

Population

  • 2014 update 37 800
  • Female (2008) 51.4%
  • Male (2008) 48.6%
  • Birth (2014) 974
  • Monegasque nationality (2014) 8 951

Economy

  • GDP (2013) 4.94 billion euros
  • GDP Growth rate (2013) 9.3%
  • Employment (2014) 52 177
  • Banks (institutions entitled to receive all types of deposits) (2014) 35

Real-Estate market

  • Average price per sq.m (2014) 37 179 Euro
  • Real estate sales (2014) 11
  • Real estate resales (2014) 555
  • Total known area (2014) 47 001

For the latest and more detailed information we encourage you to visit the Institut Monégasque de la Statistique et des Études Économiques.


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