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Vizualisation of datas. Energy figures. Treaties of the EU. Public Datas sharing. Development policy - EU Donor Atlas 2010. EU Publications Office. Archives historiques. AUDIO VIDEO Ressources. A card with the name of José Manuel Barroso, next to a microphone Ref: P-021613/00-08 Date: 01/09/2012 A man trying out an eco driving simulator Ref: P-021336/00-09 Date: 25/07/2012 A zero-emission hydrogen-powered fuel-cell bus Ref: P-021266/00-03 Date: 09/07/2012.
FACTSHEETS on the EU. Economy of the European Union. Energy resources 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 Trade Top 10 trading partners (2010) Top 11–20 trading partners (2010) The European Union is the largest exporter in the world and as of 2008 the largest importer of goods and services. Internal trade between the member states is aided by the removal of barriers to trade such as tariffs and border controls. Unemployment Unemployment rate by country in the EU-27 in March 2009 Unemployment rates in Europe's major economies.
Industries EUROBAROMETER. Standard Eurobarometer 83 survey (EB83), was carried out between 16 and 27 May 2015 in 34 countries or territories: the 28 European Union (EU) Member States, five candidate countries (the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Turkey, Montenegro, Serbia and Albania) and the Turkish Cypriot Community in the part of the country that is not controlled by the government of the Republic of Cyprus.The survey includes topics such as the European political situation and the economy.
It analyses how Europeans perceive their political institutions, both national governments and parliaments, and the EU and its institutions. It also examines whether EU citizens feel that their voice counts in the EU. It looks at the main concerns of Europeans at national and at European level and considers how respondents perceive the current economic situation, what they expect for the next twelve months and their opinions of the euro. EUROSTAT - public datas. 15 December 2014 The website has been subject to a complete design overhaul to make it more attractive and easier to use, although the overall structure of the website will remain the same.
Furthermore, the technological infrastructure supporting the website has been replaced. The data extraction and visualization tools will not change and keep the same functionality. What will change for you: URL changes - please update your bookmarks accordingly- The root URL will change The bulk download URL will change In this Excel file you can find a mapping of the links of the sections between the old and the new website.
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