The Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia (SURS) has prepared some information on GDP and debt in EU Member States.
What is GDP?
Gross domestic product (GDP) is an indicator that measures economic activity in a country. All EU-28 Member States are borrowers; government debt increases if the country spends more money than it collects through taxes. The debt-to-GDP ratio shows how much the country is indebted in relation to how much it generates.
The infographic below by the Slovenian statistical office shows the ratio of GDP in relation to the country’s debt. The most indebted country in the EU-28 in 2015 was Greece, and the least indebted Estonia.
Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia (SURS) has prepared an interactive infographic for the European Mobility Week.
Perhaps you are stuck behind one of the 256 million cars registered in Europe. The theme of this year's #EuropeanMobilityWeek is clean, shared and intelligent #mobilityunder the slogan 'Sharing gets you further'.
Before sharing your car with other passengers, have a look at some dynamic infographics, prepared by the Slovenian Statistical Office.