Posts Tagged EUROSTAT
EU in the World
Posted by Bogdan Marius Beleuz in European Union Issues, Labour & Employment, More Trade News in Brief, Population & Human Rights, Statistics, Reports & Analysis on November 28, 2012
28 November 2012 Eurostat published a report comparing demographic, economic and social trends among the G-20 members. ”The EU in the world 2013 – a statistical portrait” is available on the Eurostat website following the next link.
EU Reinforces EUROSTAT
Posted by Bogdan Marius Beleuz in European Union Issues, European Union Regulation, Statistics, Reports & Analysis on September 20, 2012
17 September 2012, Brussels EUROSTAT, the European Union (EU)’s statistical office, have been clarified and reinforced to ensure high quality, reliable and independent European statistics. EUROSTAT’s role is to supply statistics to the Commission and European Institutions, so they can define, implement, monitor and analyse EU policies. Kindly find more information following the next links: – Reinforcing Eurostat, Reinforcing high quality statistics – European Statistics: FAQ
The European Union and the BRIC Countries Statistics
31 May 2012 The four BRIC Countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China) and Eurostat (the statistical office of the EU) releases the publication “The European Union and the BRIC Countries”. The publication contains data on demography, economy, health, education, labour market, trade in goods, agriculture, energy and environment, transport and communication as well as science and technology. For further information please refer to EU’s website.