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European data protection authorities are conducting profoundly different recruitment policies to enforce the EU's upcoming new privacy rules.
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.
A new report shows disparities between the 40.5 percent in Belgium and the 7 percent paid in Chile. The analysis also offers detailed information according to the type of family.
“Hypertrophic”, “poorly run”, “bloated”, “too costly”... in all countries, cliches concerning the public service are legion. New indicators allow us to see how the reality is more nuanced.
The BEPS project ensures that governments acquire national and international instruments to combat tax evasion.
According to the latest data published by the International Monetary Fund, by 2017 Spaniards’ per capita wealth would be higher than the Italians’.
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
Every five years since 1990, Eurofound has published a European survey on working conditions, which in recent years has paid particular attention to gender issues.
Praise and criticism about the multiannual financial framework presented last week by Junker’s Commission, as it was tweeted by MEPs.