Catalonia and Andalusia will receive the biggest investment from the PGE

0
5

Madrid (EFE).- Catalonia and Andalusia are the two Autonomous Communities that will receive the largest investment from the General State Budgets (PGE) of 2023: 17.2% of the funds each.

These are two of the most populated communities, while the next two, Madrid and the Valencian Community, will remain at 9.7% and 9.4% respectively.

In the case of the Community of Madrid, where 14% of the Spanish population lives, its participation in state investments increased by almost one percentage point, from 8.9%, which it reached in 2022, at the aforementioned 9.7%.

According to the General State Budget Bill, of the total real investment of the State public sector, Andalusia will receive 2,318.85 million euros next year; Catalonia 2,308.92; the Valencian Community 1,269.46; Madrid 1,305.35; and Galicia 1,077.88.

Those that have increased the most compared to 2022 in their share of the total are Madrid, which improved by 0.8%, followed by Cantabria, Castile-La Mancha and Extremadura, which all increased by 0 .4%.

On the contrary, Murcia fell by two points and Castilla y León by 0.6%.

The following table presents, by Autonomous Communities, the territorial distribution of the real investment of the State public sector budgeted in 2023 (in millions of euros), and the percentage in relation to the total of the autonomies:


Total percentage

  • Basque Country 558.80 4.2
  • Catalonia 2,308.92 17.2
  • Galicia 1,077.88 8.0
  • Andalusia 2,318.85 17.2
  • Asturias 420.88 3.1
  • Santander 296.56 2.2
  • La Rioja 71.31 0.5
  • Murcia 481.51 3.6
  • Valencian Community 1,269.46 9.4
  • Aragon 547.86 4.1
  • Castile-La Mancha 600.65 4.5
  • Canary Islands 391.87 2.9
  • Navarra 103.84 0.8
  • Extremadura 473.95 3.5
  • Balearic Islands 186.29 1.4
  • Madrid 1,305.35 9.7
  • Castile and Leon 955.82 7.1
  • Ceuta 28.91 0.2
  • Melilla 45.25 0.3

TOTAL REGIONALISABLE 13,443.93 100.0


LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here