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File:Map of NUTS 3 areas in England by GVA per capita (2007).png

Description A map of England divided by NUTS 3 level subdivisons. They are coloured on a ten shade scale of green with light green having the lowest average GVA per capita in 2007 to dark green for the highest. England average is £20,458.
Date 27 May 2010
Source Most of the map's structure came from Image:BlankMap-EnglandSubdivisions.svg, although several merging and splitting of subdivisons was done by Jolly Janner using Inkscape. The data was from a report by the Office for National Statistics (URL: page 31-33).
Author Kanguole and Jolly Janner.
( Reusing this file)

Must attribute Kanguole.


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