News releases , Product code: 6-21112017-AP, published on 21-Nov-2017

Small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs – up to 249 persons employed) are considered as a driver of the economy of the European Union (EU), creating jobs and contributing to economic growth.

Dataset [Database], Product code: fish_ld_fi, updated on 22-Jun-2017

Dedicated sections [Eurostat], updated on 08-Aug-2017

goods (Prodcom) Business statistics: Short-term statistics Business statistics: Structural business statistics (incl. SME) Businesses: International sourcing   Catches (fishery) Causes of death Census Census Hub Child care (see folder: Living conditions) Cities Civil servants rem...

Dataset [Database], Product code: fish_ld_lv, updated on 18-Jul-2017

Dedicated sections [Eurostat], updated on 08-Aug-2017

A-B-C | D-E-F | G-H-I-J | K-L-M-N | O-P-Q-R | S-T-U-V | W-X-Y-Z Salaries Science, technology and innovation Sector accounts Short-term business statistics (STS) SILC Survey Skills related statistics Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) Social inclusion and living conditions  Social

Dataset [Database], Product code: fish_ld_pl, updated on 21-Jul-2017

Dataset [Database], Product code: fish_ld_ee, updated on 18-Jul-2017

Dataset [Database], Product code: lmp_partme_it, updated on 17-Feb-2017

Dataset [Database], Product code: lmp_expme_it, updated on 17-Feb-2017

Dataset [Database], Product code: fish_ld_lt, updated on 12-Oct-2017

Dataset [Database], Product code: fish_ld_de, updated on 12-Oct-2017