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- OECD Labour Force Statistics: 1985 - 2005, 2006 Edition — 22 January 2007, 20:10 CET
This annual publication provides detailed statistics on population, labour force, employment and unemployment, broken down by gender, as well as unemployment duration, employment status, employment by sector of activity and part-time employment.
- Court of Justice annual report 2005 — 22 January 2007, 20:06 CET
Synopsis of the work of the Court of Justice and the Court of First Instance of the European Communities
- EU cattle populations — 22 January 2007, 20:03 CET
EU cattle populations in December 2005 and production forecasts for 2006. The December 2005 cattle surveys in the EU-25 show that the cattle population continued to fall slowly. Total numbers of cattle were lower (-0.7%) than in December 2004. The price of cattle remains relatively high.
- Quality of bathing water — 22 January 2007, 19:59 CET
2005 bathing season : summary report
- Economic survey of the Euro Area 2007 — 22 January 2007, 19:36 CET
Monetary policy is responding to inflation pressures. The ECB should continue to refine its communication strategy in order to enhance clarity. The recovery creates a golden opportunity to get fiscal policy back on track. Member states need to make greater efforts to achieve budget balance and pay down debt. The OECD assessment and recommendations on the main economic challenges faced by the Euro Area. An Economic Survey is published every 1½-2 years for each OECD country.
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- Libcast’s Online Video Platform in the limelight at BETT 2015 — 28 January 2015, 16:17 CET
Libcast of France will be showcasing its Online Video Platform at BETT 2015 in London, in January. The specialist company’s innovative and versatile solution enables users to host, manage and broadcast lectures live or in streaming mode. With 200,000 users, Libcast’s technology has already been chosen by many universities and schools, including leading colleges in France and Norway.