|Census of Industrial Production - Industrial Local Units 20161|
|Nationality of Ownership|
|Gross Output (€m)||Irish||2,646||9,343||3,275||1,778||1,876||31,988|
|Size Class of Unit4|
|Gross Output (€m)||Small & medium||3,563||9,545||5,218||1,853||4,753||44,844|
|Persons engaged||Small & medium||14,939||25,376||19,143||8,471||13,699||128,475|
|Wages and salaries (€m)||900||2,587||1,517||473||950||10,807|
|1 Mid-West, South-East and South-West regions are confidential.|
|2 State totals include units not attributable to size class or region.|
|3 Number of persons engaged refers to actual number of persons and not full time equivalents.|
|4 Small and medium local units employ 249 persons or less while large units employ 250 or more.|
The Dublin region accounted for 17.7% or €32.3 billion of Irish industrial output in Ireland in 2016, with Foreign owned enterprises in this region accounting for 71% of industrial output, and Irish owned enterprises accounting for 29%. The Mid-East and West regions reported €15.9 billion and €10.9 billion respectively worth of industrial gross output in 2016.
In 2016, the Mid-West, South-East and South-West regions combined produced €112.4 billion or 61.7% of Ireland’s total industrial output.
In Ireland 17.6% of total gross output of industrial units was produced by Irish owned units.
The Midland region was the only region who had a higher proportion of gross output attributable to Irish owned industrial units in 2016 at 68.2%. The Border region had 32.7% of total industrial gross output from Irish owned units.
The West region had 17.2% of total gross industrial output from Irish owned units, while the Mid-East region had a rate of 20.6%. See Headline table and Figure 1.