Eurozone economy maintains growth pace

By |oktober 31st, 2019|Eurostat, Eurozone economy, GDP, News|

The European economy maintained its pulse in the third quarter above expectations. Despite the worsening economic sentiment and the trade and geopolitical tensions, the eurozone GDP grew by 0.2%, in line with the previous quarter, according to the prel...

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Two-thirds of deaths of under 75-year-olds could have been prevented

By |september 9th, 2019|death, elderly, Eurostat, mortalité, mortality, News, prevention, public health, Santé publique, seniors|

In 2016, the deaths of 1.2 million Europeans under 75 were considered premature and could have been prevented, according to a report by Eurostat. EURACTIV's partner Ouest-France reports.

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One in two Germans against increased migration, study says

By |avgust 30th, 2019|Alternative für Deutschland (AfD), Bertelsmann Stiftung, diversity, Eurostat, Germany, integration, Migration, News, refugee crisis, Study|

A growing number of Germans believe migrants drive wages down and burden the welfare system, according to a study analysing the attitude of Germans towards foreigners before and after the 2015 refugee crisis. EURACTIV Germany reports.

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Recession fears grow as euro area inflation hits three-year low

By |avgust 20th, 2019|bond-buying, ECB, Economic and Monetary union, Eurostat, Eurozone, Inflation, Mario Draghi, News|

Inflation in the euro area fell to 1% in July, its lowest level since 2016, according to Eurostat data released on Monday (19 August), adding pressure on the European Central Bank to consider relaunching its economic stimulus program in September.

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Eurostat: Eurozone inflation slows to 1.6% in December

By |januar 4th, 2019|Eurostat, Inflation, inflation rates, News|

Eurozone inflation slowed to an annual rate of 1.6% in December, preliminary data from the EU statistics unit Eurostat showed on Friday (4 January), mainly owing to energy items.

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EU economies hit by collapse in investment, new data shows

By |maj 16th, 2018|Europe, European Commission, european investment bank, Eurostat, Juncker plan, News, private investment, public investment|

Most EU countries have been hit by a collapse in investment in the past decade, according to data published by Eurostat on 14 May. EURACTIV’s partner La Tribune reports.

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Austria wants to cut family benefits for children living abroad

By |januar 9th, 2018|Eurostat, family benefits, Heinz Christian Strache, News, Sebastian Kurz|

The new Austrian government intends to cut family benefits for workers whose children live abroad. With this, Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz and his Vice-Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache started implementing their election campaign promises at the first meeting of their Council of Ministers. EURACTIV Germany reports.

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Eurostat gauges EU progress on SDG implementation

By |november 21st, 2017|Eurostat, News, SDGs|

Eurostat, the European Union statistical office, published on Monday (20 November) a monitoring report on how the EU as a whole implements the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), showing “significant” progress in five of them and “moderate” progress for eight others.

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