Eurostat


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Eurostat

(ˈjʊərəʊˌstæt)
n
(Statistics) an organization within the European Union that collects and collates statistical information relating to member states. Full name: Statistical Office of the European Communities
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This, on top of recent financial scandals such as Eurostat, proves that there is fraud in the accounts, little has been done to stop it and yet still no-one is prepared to take responsibility for this failure.
0 billion euros in the same period last year, Eurostat said.
8 billion ECUs in the same period in 1997, Eurostat said.
3 million hectares, according to Eurostat data for 2013.
Eurostat says the annualized inflation rate for the wider 28-nation European union - which includes members like Britain that don't use the euro - fell to 0.
According to Eurostat, between 2002 and 2012, the EU28 registered a continuous trade surplus with the Eastern Partners, with the exception of a 1.
The ESS is a partnership comprising Eurostat and national statistical authorities.
Eurostat said Turkey's imports from the EU countries were down %19 in 2009 to 43.
Eurostat said the 11 countries that launched the single European currency this year saw their trade deficit with Japan widen to 16.
Eurostat said the 15-member EU had a trade surplus with the rest of the world of 2.
1%, according to latest data by Europe's statistical body Eurostat.
8 per cent in December, the European Statistics Office Eurostat said.