Established in 1953, Eurostat is the Statistical Office of the European Communities situated in Luxembourg. Eurostat’s key role is to provide the European Union with a high-quality statistical information service that enables comparisons between countries and regions.
Eurostat’s principal database is the New Cronos, a high quality macroeconomic and social statistics database organised into nine statistical themes; General Statistics, Economy and Finance, Population and Social Conditions, Industry, Trade and Services, Agriculture and Fisheries, External Trade, Transport, Environment and Energy, Science and Technology.
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