Statistics in Focus , Product code: KS-SF-14-001, published on 28-Jan-2014

This article presents statistics for the Republic of Korea and for some of the largest Member States of the European Union (EU) on the number of active enterprises, the creation (‘births') of new enterprises, the survival of such new enterprises and the closure (‘deaths') of enterprises

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-HA-14-001-01, published on 06-Oct-2014

in more detail, Map shows there were NUTS regions where the old-age dependency ratio was or higher (those regions with the darkest shading); many of these are characterised as having some of the lowest birth rates in the EU. These regions tended to be located in rural, remote and mountainous regions

News releases , Product code: 3-10072014-BP, published on 10-Jul-2014

, EU28 Highest birth rates in Ireland, France, the United Kingdom, Sweden and Luxembourg In million babies were born in the EU28. The crude birth rate was per inhabitants, down from in The highest birth rates were recorded in Ireland France the United Kingdom Sweden and Luxembourg and the lowest

News releases , Product code: 1-19092014-AP, published on 19-Sep-2014

significantly among the G-20 members: the EU infant deaths per live births) had among the lowest rates in Lower rates in non-EU G-20 members were only observed in Japan and South Korea The highest rates were registered in India South Africa and Indonesia Demography Total population (in millions), of world

News releases , Product code: KS-04-14-895, published on 25-Nov-2014

expectancy: Source: Eurostat (online data codes: enpr_psdemo, enpr_agmain, demo_gind, demo_pjanbroad, demo_r_d3dens and demo_mlexpec) Crude birth rate (per inhabitants) Crude death rate (per inhabitants) Fertility rate (children woman) Infant mortality rate (per live births) EU-28 Armenia Azerbaijan

Compact guides and catalogues , Product code: KS-04-14-893, published on 27-Nov-2014

: Population density: Mid-year population. Population data relate to the situation as of January Population density and life expectancy: Source: Eurostat (online data codes: cpc_psdemo, cpc_agmain, demo_gind, demo_pjanbroad, demo_r_d3dens and demo_mlexpec) Crude birth rate (per inhabitants) Crude death

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-EX-14-001, published on 19-Sep-2014

fallen substantially over several decades. The rates fell between and in more than half of the G20 members, most notably in Saudi Arabia, India and Brazil. Only Russia recorded an increase of more than births per woman during this period. The average fertility rate in the EU-28 in was births per

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-HA-14-001, published on 06-Oct-2014

with the Europe strategy Committee of the Regions Urban development policies Rural development policies POPULATION Introduction Main statistical findings Population density Population structure and demographic ageing Population change Birth and fertility rates Death and infant mortality rates Life expectancy

News releases , Product code: 3-30072014-AP, published on 30-Jul-2014

In 2013 in the EU28, the unemployment rate for non-EU citizens (21.3%) aged 20 to 64 was more than twice the level for citizens of the reporting country (10.0%), referred to as "nationals". However, the share of people unemployed for 12 months or more was at almost the same level for non-EU

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-HA-14-001-00, published on 06-Oct-2014

with the Europe strategy Committee of the Regions Urban development policies Rural development policies POPULATION Introduction Main statistical findings Population density Population structure and demographic ageing Population change Birth and fertility rates Death and infant mortality rates Life expectancy

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: 237EN, published on 30-Jan-2014

at risk of poverty or social exclusion Demographic changes Employment rate of older workers Public health Life expectancy at birth Climate change and energy Greenhouse gas emissions Share of renewable energy in gross final energy consumption Primary energy consumption Sustainable transport Energy