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Weekend work is daily business for 29 percent of Europeans aged 20 to 34.
Based on data for mergers and acquisitions, investment and joint-venture deals, Bloomberg looks at China’s diffuse but expanding footprint in Europe in the last ten years.
The rise to government of Eurosceptic parties is the consequence of austerity policies made in the name of cleaner public finances and of the euro convergence criteria.
Ireland is the most globalised European country and Switzerland is the one that gained the most from the economy’s globalisation since 1990.
Spain and Poland are leaders in temporary employment in the EU, while the Baltic states and Romania lead on permanent jobs.
After weeks of opacity, the European Parliament has released figures which show the differences between the Multiannual Financial Framework for 2021-2027 and the previous one for the 2014-2020 period.
Job creation in the ICT sector could help address the gender divide in Europe's labour market - but current trends suggest more work needs to be done.
The unemployment rate as it is usually calculated provides an incomplete picture of the labour market situation and makes comparison between individual countries difficult. For a more accurate picture, the non-employment rate needs to be taken into account.
The new EU budget grants less money to agriculture and more to migration, security, and research
A user-friendly interactive database developed by Transparency International, providing a unique overview of the lobby organisations registered in the EU Transparency Register – the register of Brussels lobbyists.