Of this form, the data of the Municipal GIP for the year of 2008 had registered the average GIP of R$ 409,220 million (total of the state GIP divided by the number of cities), being that 17 cities were above average and 126 below, characterizing certain concentration in the generation of wealth in the State, the whose total GIP was of R$ 58,518 billion in that year. Another form to verify the concentration in the wealth generation is through the esteem of the curve of Lorenz for the GIP, the value added of the farming one, industry and of the services, representing the sectorial dynamics for the year of 2008. This instrument allows the ranqueamento of the income distribution, here admitting the GIP as its proxy, as measured of good to be, catching which the behavior of the one of the economic sectors how much the distribution of the value produced for all the state of Par. The best reference occurs when the curves representing the sectorial levels if approach to the line of 45 degrees, that is, igualitria it is the distribution of the sector inside of the productive structure of the state, and in contrast, its worse references if they give in the other extremity, that is, more distant of the line of 45 degrees indicating bigger concentration of the activity in few cities. In the figure-1, the methodology of analysis of the curve of Lorenz points with respect to two important extremities, the first one says respect to the value added for the farming one, that it presents the best distribution of the activities in the State reflecting its presence in the great majority of the cities, that is, on average this sector contributes with more than 21% in the composition of the GIP of the cities, if approaching the equality of incomes more than.