The Italian economy is fairly wealthy compared to other countries in Europe. Italy, along with places such as Sweden, Germany, and other western or northern countries in Europe, are the some of the wealthiest countries in the world. The only countries that aquire more money than them are the United States of America and Canada. There are also many subjects that fall under economy that we have been learning as a class in geography. These subjects are, GDP per capita (gross domestic product) which means the total amount of money made for one country on a specific good, product, or other large productions in the country then the grand total is divided by the total population in the one country. The GDP per capita in Italy is about 30,500 U.S dollars which is about 23,500 euros. There is also the GDP composition by sector which is the percentages of the amount of money made under the catergories,agriculture, industry, and services. The largest percentage is services which is at a whopping 73.4% of the money in Italy. Industrial takes up 24.7%, and agriculture takes up a meager 2%. There are also percentages that show the amount of jobs in Italy. The catergory is the labor force by occupation. Yet again, services top the percentages at 67.8%, while industry takes up 28.3%, and agriculture takes up another tiny amount of 3.9%. The top five products agricultural from Italy (which mainly comes from the southern part of Italy) are (from 1-5) olives, dairy products such as milk, cheese etc., fruits, vegetables and beef. The top five products in the Industrial section are food processing, ceramics, tourism, motor vehicles, and footwear. There is one other part to the economy of Italy, which are the top five import and exports. The imports are engineering products, chemicals, transport equiptment, energy products, and minerals + nonferrous metals. The exports are engineering products, textiles or clothing, production machinery, motor vehicles and transport equiptment.