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Eurostat

Statistical Office of European Communities. An arm of the European Union government that collects and disseminates statistics related to EU member countries, as well as candidate countries and certain trading partners. Eurostat publishes information on economic growth, the labor force, the state of regions and cities, interest rates, and other matters. It was founded in 1953.
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The prime target is Monetary Affairs Commissioner Pedro Solbes, in political charge of Eurostat.
Eurostat also said the EU's external trade surplus in the first seven months of 1998 slumped to 8.
Germany, Italy and Poland are the most important trading partners of the Eastern Partnership, according to Eurostat.
The bilateral Swiss-EU agreement on cooperation in the area of statistics regulates the progressive harmonisation of statistical data collection between the Swiss Federal Statistical Office and Eurostat.
But while the Bulgarian institution bases results on the share of people registered in the Labor Bureau, Eurostat uses the number of the"economically active" for its calculations.
The revision came as a result of updated to deficit figures and not because of a bigger impact of economic growth, Eurostat said.
Overall cooperation between the EEA EFTA States and Eurostat has been very good as shown by the high level of participation in meetings in 2006 and the number of seconded experts.
THE EUROPEAN Union's (EU) statistical agency Eurostat should gain formal independence from the European Commission, helping it freely assess European and national government accounts.
The Eurostat Yearbook 2004 is billed as the EU's "statistical compendium presenting the diversity of Eurostat's data" and costs 50 euros (just over pounds 34).
8 billion euro in the same period of 1998, EU statistics office Eurostat said Friday.
The island's unemployment fell slightly in April compared with the previous month, the European statistical service Eurostat said on Tuesday, as Cyprus still had one of the highest year-on-year rises in the 27-member bloc.
Euro area annual inflation reached its lowest level since 2009 in March 2014, according to an estimate from Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union.