Statistics in Focus , Product code: CA-NP-99-027, published on 21-Jul-1999

manufacturing sectors. Recently- industrialised countries such as Ireland have developed through relocations, which leave little room for micro-enterprises. And the German 0LWWHOVWDQG model, based on medium-to-large sized SMEs, tends to depress the relative weight of micro-enterprises. Amongst the micro

Statistics in Focus , Product code: CA-NP-99-012, published on 22-Mar-1999

to E B, DK, E, FIN, S, UK: 1995 Source: Eurostat - SME database In % ,PSRUWDQFH�RI�60(V�LQ�WRWDO�HPSOR\PHQW�†�&RPSDULVRQ�EHWZHHQ�WKH�FKHPLFDOV VHFWRUV�DQG�WKH�LQGXVWU\�HQHUJ\�VHFWRU����� Total 0 1-9 10-49 50-249 250+ Number of units* NACE 24 enterprises 31,5 37,0 19,6 8,0 3,9 35,7 ...

Statistics in Focus , Product code: CA-NP-99-016, published on 03-Jun-1999

(1) Total production is expressed in ECU million. 6RXUFH� OECD. Shares of establishments, employment and production (1) breakdowned by size class for manufacturing industry in Japan Japan 1995 This is the third Statistics in Focus on SMEs. It focuses on a comparison between

Statistical books , Product code: KS-CJ-04-001, published on 11-Mar-2004

Following on from the first edition of SMEs in Europe that covered innovation, competitiveness and the knowledge-driven society, this second issue presents information on SMEs in candidate countries. In the run-up to the accession of the new Member States, "SMEs in Europe - candidate countries

Statistics in Focus , Product code: KS-NP-04-005, published on 08-Feb-2004

Statistics in focus INDUSTRY, TRADE AND SERVICES THEME 4 – 5/2004 Contents What are SMEs?........................ 1 Main indicators.......................... 1 Number of enterprises, turnover, value added and employment ....................... 3 Gross investment and per...

Statistical books , Product code: KS-CJ-02-001, published on 20-Nov-2002

, performance and conduct of SMEs in Europe; provides detailed information and a reality-based understanding for needs and evolutions of European enterprises; gives a clear picture of the needs and opportunities of SMEs in Europe. SMEs in Europe is of particular interest to active economic actors but also to anyone wanting to understand and take part in future economic developments.

Statistics in Focus , Product code: KS-NP-01-017, published on 30-May-2001

\�$XURUD�2UWHJD�6iQFKH] 0DLQ�UHVXOWV • Higher density of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the southern regions of the European Union; • Large enterprises are mainly located in the central regions of Europe; • Relative low employment rate in regions with low density of large en...

Statistics in Focus , Product code: KS-NP-06-024, published on 05-Oct-2006

This publication summarises the role of smaller and medium-sized enterprises in the European economy. The importance of SMEs in terms of number of enterprises, value-added and employment in different activities are shown. Included are also analyses of differences in apparent labour productivity

Statistics in Focus , Product code: CA-NP-00-011, published on 18-Jul-2000

aggregates and all aggregates in thousands. 6RXUFH� Eurostat — SME database. EU-15 (%) EUR-11 (%) � 6WDWLVWLFV�LQ�IRFXV — Theme 4 — 11/2000 ————————————————————————— A The picture of the European economy in terms of jobs confirms these observations only in part. ‘Industry and energy’ ...

Statistics in Focus , Product code: CA-NP-00-008, published on 04-Jun-2000

and Spain well above EU averages with regard to the share of Horeca in the economy .3 Positive evolution in the EU between 1993 and 1996..............3 SMEs with 1-9 employees are dominant ...............................4 )RFXV�RQ�KRWHOV�������������������������� Fewer hotels, more bed places ...

Statistics in Focus , Product code: KS-SF-09-071, published on 10-Sep-2009

% and in 2006 was close to 130 million. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), which are defined as firms employing between 1 and 249 persons, are often referred to as the backbone of the European economy, providing a significant source of jobs and economic growth. They were indeed the main contributor to growth between 2004 and 2006 as this publication shows.