Countries worldwide have been suffering economically from the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic. This is no different from the Eurozone, where the GDP has declined massively for the first time in 25 years.
The EU statistics agency Eurostat released its 2018 report showing extremely diverse unemployment rates across Europe.
Frankfurt – Consumer price levels in Germany were 5 per cent higher than the average in the European Union’s 28 member states in 2017, statistics released Friday showed. The most expensive country within the bloc was Denmark, where the price level was 41.5 per cent above the EU average, according to data from the Federal […]
Almost one million asylum applications were pending at the end of 2017, with Germany accounting for 48 per cent of the total figure.
More than 117 million people (or 23.4% of the population) in EU member countries are living at risk of poverty in 2016, according to Eurostat.