Dataset [Tables], Product code: tps00204, updated on 16-Aug-2019

Live births are the births of children that showed any sign of life. The crude birth rate is the ratio of the number of live births during the year to the average population in that year. The value is expressed per 1 000 persons.

Eurostat News , Product code: DDN-20190208-1, published on 08-Feb-2019

The number of newly-born enterprises in the European Union (EU) as a proportion of the total number of active EU enterprises stood at 9.8 % in 2016, slightly higher than the corresponding figure in 2015 (9.6 %). The birth rates were above 16 % in Lithuania (18.8 %), Malta (16.4 %) and Latvia

Dataset [Database], Product code: yth_empl_100, updated on 08-Aug-2019

Dataset [Database], Product code: yth_empl_020, updated on 08-Aug-2019

Dataset [Database], Product code: lfsa_ergacob, updated on 08-Aug-2019

Dataset [Database], Product code: lfsa_argacob, updated on 08-Aug-2019

Dataset [Database], Product code: lfsa_urgacob, updated on 08-Aug-2019

Dataset [Database], Product code: ilc_mdsd05, updated on 17-Jul-2019

Dataset [Database], Product code: lfsa_ergaedcob, updated on 08-Aug-2019

Dataset [Database], Product code: lfsa_argaedcob, updated on 08-Aug-2019

Dataset [Database], Product code: lfst_r_lfur2gac, updated on 08-Aug-2019