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New Statistical Reports: Business in Europe & Global Employment Trends for Women

Here are two recently released reports loaded with statistics:

+ From the International Labour Organization
Global Employment Trends for Women 2007

…the Global Employment Trends for Women Brief 2007 focuses on whether the tendency toward increased participation has continued more recently and whether women have found enough decent and productive jobs to really enable them to use their potential in the labour market and achieve economic independence.

+ From Eurostat
European businesses seen through statistics
Summary ||| Full Text (418 pages; PDF) ||| Download Individual Chapters

[From the] Statistical Office of the European Communities, gives a comprehensive picture of the structure, development and characteristics of European business and its different activities: from energy and the extractive industries to communications, information services and media. It presents the latest available statistics from a wide selection of statistical sources describing, for each activity, production and employment, country specialisation and regional distribution, cost structures, productivity and profitability, the importance of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs), external trade etc.

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