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Task Force on Finance Statistics (TFFS) The Task Force on Finance Statistics (TFFS) sets methodological standards for statistics on external debt, and on public sector debt, both external and domestic; promotes data availability on financial stocks, particularly external debt and public sector debt; encourages internationally accepted statistical practices to enhance data quality; and fosters inter-agency collaboration in statistical capacity building. The TFFS was created in 1992 under the auspices of the United Nations Statistical Commission to take stock of the activities of the international organizations involved in finance statistics and to make recommendations aimed at streamlining their work, in particular to avoid duplication of activities. In the wake of the financial crises of the mid-1990’s, its mandate was broadened in 1998, to coordinate work to improve the methodological soundness, transparency, timeliness, and availability of data on external debt and international reserves. Task Force on Finance Statistics (TFFS)
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FACTSHEETS on the EU The Fact Sheets were created in 1979 for Parliament’s first direct elections. Since then, they have been regularly reviewed and revised. They are intended to provide non‑specialists with a straightforward and concise overview of the European Union’s institutions and policies, and of the role that Parliament plays in their development. The content of these fact sheets covers six main areas:
Economy of the European Union Energy resources[edit] It is also the world's second largest consumer of oil, consuming much more than it can produce, at 14,590,000 (2001) barrels a day. Much of the difference comes from Russia and the Caspian Sea basin. All countries in the EU have committed to the Kyoto Protocol, and the European Union is one of its biggest proponents. The European Commission published proposals for the first comprehensive EU energy policy on 10 January 2007. see also: Renewable energy in the European Union and Category:Energy in the European Union Economy of the European Union
On behalf of the European Commission Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs, three Flash EB surveys accompanied Latvia's changeover to the euro. For this purpose, different social and demographic groups were interviewed. The first survey, Flash EB 390 conducted on 28 and 30 December 2013, looked at Latvians’ awareness of and preparedness for the changeover. The second survey, Flash EB 391 carried out in nine interview rounds from 2 January to 14 January 2014, monitored the progress of Latvia’s changeover to the euro during the 14-day dual circulation period. EUROBAROMETER EUROBAROMETER
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