Inside Madrid growth 1.3% compared to the previous quarter, Two-tenths above the Spanish average and 6.2% annually, one-tenth below the national average of 6.3 percent.
In the second quarter of this year, the weakest GDP growth was recorded in Cantabria, up 0.5%, followed by Extremadura (0.6%), Balearic Islands (2.5%) and Canary Islands (1.5%). most growing communities, well above all of Spain (1.1%).
On an annual basis, Balearic Islands, the region with the highest GDP growth in the last three months with an increase of 13.8%, It is 7.5 percentage points higher than the whole of Spain (6.3%), in contrast to the more negative evolution of Murcia, which registered an increase of 3.1%.
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