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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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Although Eurostat didn't say as much, the agency does not accept the grant is separate from Irish Water's finances, as the Government claims.
Two EFTA national experts are seconded to Eurostat as part of EFTA's contribution, ensuring continuity of support and EFTA visibility in the overall programming and management of EFTA/EU actions.
According to the data released by Eurostat, EU imported 5.
And the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, the tax-dodge capital of Europe - and home of Eurostat, as it happens - languishes on 213.
A spokesperson for Eurostat admitted that Wales had been omitted from the map.
Allegations have been flying for months, but Mr Kinnock said the Commission obtained ``substantive'' evidence only on Monday of ``dubious practices'' within Eurostat, which conducts EU surveys and polls into everything from EU consumer trends to attitudes towards a federal Europe and the single currency.
5 billion euros in the January-March period of last year, Eurostat said.
The new report from Eurostat comments: "The small decline, which is currently expected, is probably not sufficient to push producer prices quickly up to more profitable levels.
2 billion euro in the same period of 1998, the EU statistics office, Eurostat, said Friday.
According to Eurostat, the EU's statistical office, the numbers have soared by 94 per cent since 1983, compared with a 58 per cent rise in the rest of Europe.
This shows Eurostat data from the end of December 2017, published yesterday (February 19th) and quoted by Investor.
The number of unemployed in December was 49,000, Eurostat said in a statement on its website.