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Val-de-Marne

Val-de-Marne is a County-level authority covering the south east suburbs of Paris and within the Ile-de-France region of France. The main responsibilities at County-level are for social affairs (including child welfare, maternal health, support for senior citizens, social inclusion for people with disabilities), education, culture, sports and road maintenance. There are 47 municipalities within Val-de-Marne county. Val-de-Marne is the leading producer of geothermal energy and drinking water in France and a leading agribusiness producer.

Migrants (people born outside French territory coming to live permanently in France) make up 20% of the population of Val de Marne county. This is considerably higher than the average of 8.8% across France and higher than the 18% average within the Ile-de-France region. 

Val-de-Marne County has always welcomed people seeking freedom and better economic and social conditions. These "coming from elsewhere people" have historically contributed and still fully participate to the economic and social development of the County.

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