The FINANCIAL – In the European Union (EU), 17.1% of the population were living in overcrowded households in 2018, meaning they did not have enough rooms compared to the size of the household. Although merrier, overcrowded households can feel even smaller with kids playing in the same room as parents trying to telework during the coronavirus lockdown. Moreover, overcrowded environments can ...

The FINANCIAL -- In the last three months prior to the 2019 survey on the use of ICT in households and by individuals, one in two EU citizens (53%) aged 16-74 reported that they sought online health ...

The FINANCIAL -- In the European Union (EU), the amount of municipal waste generated per person in 2018 amounted to 492 kg, down by 5% compared with its peak of 518 kg per person in 2008, and roughly ...

The FINANCIAL -- France welcomes around 2.7 million Chinese tourists to the country each year. The new coronavirus outbreak is depriving France hotels, restaurants and retailers of big-spending ...

Where do our clothes come from? The EU Member States imported clothes worth €154 billion in 2019, just over half of which came from non-EU Member States (52%, or €80 billion). Over the last ...

The FINANCIAL -- The social distancing measures that have recently been introduced due to the coronavirus pandemic, have forced many people to work from home; for many of them this will be the first ...

The FINANCIAL - More than 1.3 million people were studying Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in the European Union (EU) in 2018. Overall, considering upper secondary and tertiary ...

The European Commission and the High Representative set out plans for a robust and targeted EU response to support partner countries' efforts in tackling the coronavirus pandemic. The EU's collective ...