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European Commission - Press release Brussels, 7 November 2019 © European Union 2019 The European economy is now in its seventh consecutive year of growth and is forecast to continue expanding in 2020 and 2021. Labour markets remain strong and unemployment continues to fall.
European Commission - Daily News Daily News 07 / 11 / 2019 Brussels, 7 November 2019 Prévisions économiques de l'automne 2019: la route s'annonce difficile L'économie européenne connaît actuellement sa septième année consécutive de croissance et devrait encore croître en 2020 et 2021.
European Commission - Questions and answers Brussels, 7 November 2019 What is DiscoverEU? DiscoverEU is an EU initiative which offers 18-year-olds a travel experience that will enable them to enjoy the freedom of movement in the European Union, discover the diversity of Europe's regions, enjoy its cultural richness, and connect...
European Commission - Speech [Check Against Delivery] Brussels, 7 November 2019 Bonjour à toutes et à tous. Je suis ravi de vous retrouver pour ces prévisions d'automne 2019 de la Commission européenne. J'avais fait mes adieux à la salle de presse il y a un mois, finalement je suis encore...
European Commission - Upcoming events On 7 November 2019, the Commission will publish its Autumn Economic Forecast. Background: The European Commission produces two comprehensive forecasts (spring and autumn) and two interim forecasts (winter and summer) each year.
European Commission - Upcoming events On 7 November, the higher education institutions forming the initial European Universities will come together for the first time to explore the benefits and opportunities created by this new initiative.
European Commission - Press release Brussels, 7 November 2019 The European Commission has today adopted a €79 million package to support Yemen, where violent conflict has created an unprecedented humanitarian crisis and devastated livelihoods since 2015.
European Commission - Press release Brussels, 7 November 2019 Today, the Commission is launching a new application round for DiscoverEU travel passes, which allows participants to travel across Europe, learn about its cultural heritage, whilst developing their own knowledge and skills.
European Commission - Press release Brussels, 7 November 2019 © European Union 2019 The European economy is now in its seventh consecutive year of growth and is forecast to continue expanding in 2020 and 2021. Labour markets remain strong and unemployment continues to fall.
European Commission - Daily News Daily News 07 / 11 / 2019 Brussels, 7 November 2019 Prévisions économiques de l'automne 2019: la route s'annonce difficile L'économie européenne connaît actuellement sa septième année consécutive de croissance et devrait encore croître en 2020 et 2021.

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