The number of people out of work dropped to 44,000 last month, from 45,000 in August and 55,000 the previous year, Eurostat
said in a statement on its website.
3 percent of GDP in 2018."Eurostat
will investigate the issue in cooperation with the Slovak statistical authorities," it informed in a report issued on April 23.The ministry has said that the further review of expenditure is linked to an amendment to the law on budgetary rules.
One reason for this, Eurostat
says, is that "countries organise their law enforcement differently, according to national needs, resources and priorities," while another reason for the difference between the national figures is who each country counts as police.
Nearly 95 percent of the population in the capital of the same name were satisfied with the cleanliness of their city, according to Eurostat
Year-on-year growth was 2.5 percent in the euro area and 2.4 percent in the EU as a whole, Eurostat
didn't say as much, the agency does not accept the grant is separate from Irish Water's finances, as the Government claims.
confirmed that Germany's economy grew 0.1% in the third quarter, after shrinking 0.1% in the second.
Based on the statistical programme, Eurostat
drafts a list of planned Eurostat
meetings including committees, workshops, working groups, task forces, seminars and subgroups for the coming year.
According to the results of Eurostat
's 2010 European Labour Force Survey, employment rate for those aged from 20 to 64 in Turkey is 50 percent.
In its latest report, Eurostat
has stated that Iran's trade turnover with EU has reached 17.15 billion euros during the first 8 months of 2010 while it amounted to 11.77 billion euros during the same period last year and it shows an increase of 46 percent.
Summary: Madrid - Moroccans were at the top of non European Union communities living legally in Spain up to January 1st, 2009, according to figures provided by the Statistical Office of the European Commission "Eurostat
MISLEADING past data released by Greek governments about the country's finances has sparked European Commission into proposing additional investigative powers for Eurostat
, the European Union's (EU) statistical agency.