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    • 2017 Trade Finance Gaps, Growth and Jobs Survey 

      Di Caprio, Alisa; Kim, Kijin; Beck, Steven (2017-09-01)
      Key Points • The global trade finance gap is estimated at $1.5 trillion. • 40% of the gap originates in Asia and the Pacific. • 74% of rejected trade finance transactions come from SMEs and midcap firms. • Female-owned ...
    • Employment in Europe 1998 

      European Commission, Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities (1998-01-01)
      [Excerpt] This year is the tenth anniversary of Employment in Europe. For a decade now this Report, and the thinking behind it, has provided the analytical bedrock for the Commission’s increasingly important role in ...
    • Employment in Europe 1999 

      European Commission, Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities (1999-01-19)
      [Excerpt] Like its predecessors, this 1999 Report serves two main purposes. The first is to provide a comprehensive report on recent developments in employment in Europe. This year’s Report takes this first aspect somewhat ...
    • Employment in Europe 2000 

      European Commission, Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities (2000-01-19)
      [Excerpt] This Report examines in detail basic elements of the employment challenge renewed in Lisbon. Beyond recent employment trends in 1999, the Report sets out how each Member State is expected to contribute to achieving ...
    • Employment in Europe 2001 

      European Commission, Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities (2001-01-19)
      [Excerpt] This latest edition of Employment in Europe gives a clear picture of recent developments in the EU labour markets and provides an analytical approach to these policy issues. Based on the most recent data available ...
    • Employment in Europe 2001: Autumn Update 

      European Commission, Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities (2001-01-19)
      [Excerpt] The European Union faces difficult times. Even before the events of September 11, we foresaw challenges ahead for our economies, our employment, and our citizens. However, confidence remains firm – not least ...
    • Employment in Europe 2002 

      European Commission, Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities (2002-01-19)
      [Excerpt] This year’s Employment in Europe Report appears at a difficult time. After the strong, even dramatic, improvements in Europe’s job creation performance over the past 5 years, we face serious uncertainties about ...
    • Impact of the Financial Crisis on Finance Sector Workers 

      Sendanyoye, John (2009-02-24)
      [Excerpt] The purpose of this paper is to briefly review the background, causes, characteristics and trajectory of the ongoing financial and economic crisis; to define the financial services sector, its occupations and ...
    • Industrial Relations in Europe 2000 

      European Commission, Directorate-General for Employment and Social Affairs (2000-03-14)
      [Excerpt] This first Commission Report on Industrial Relations shows that European social policy has far-reaching effects; it is steadily becoming a more integral part of the decision-making and strategies of numerous ...
    • Industrial Relations in Europe 2002 

      European Commission, Directorate-General for Employment and Social Affairs (2002-05-14)
      [Excerpt] Industrial relations are at the core of the Member States' economic and social organisation. They play their part in creating an area of solidarity within Europe, where people rally together and participate. ...
    • Industrial Relations in Europe 2006 

      European Commission, Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities (2006-06-01)
      [Excerpt] This is the fourth report on Industrial Relations in Europe. After the enlargement of the Union in 2004 and the integration of the new Member States into the Lisbon agenda it is of major importance to look again ...