Edition 12/2015
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the healthcare industry is a major growth sector that significantly creates employment in the Hanseatic city. This is the core statement of a new survey on the economic importance of Hamburg’s healthcare industry conducted by the WifOR Institute. From 2005 to 2013, the sector’s gross value increased from 6.4 to 8.2 billion euro, and thus by 27.1 per cent. New Internet platforms and the “Day of Hamburg’s Health Economy” on 1 April 2015 reflect the booming industry’s assets in the Hamburg Metropolitan Region.

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