The economic impact of sport rises in Germany.
Economically, the German sportdoes not need tohide.It contributesmore than 77.4 billion Euros to the gross domesticproductin 2010.This represents around3.5 percent oftotalgross value added.Thus, theeconomicimportance of sporthas increasedin2010 compared with2008, at4.3 billion Euros.
The resultsconcerning theeconomic importance of thecross-section activity ofsportinGermanyare prepared jointly by2hm(Mainz)andGWSas part of aregular monitoringofthe Federal Instituteof Sport Science(BISP).
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