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[IWS] Eurostat: BUSINESS DEMOGRAPHY--REGIONAL ANALYSIS [9 December 2014]
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BUSINESS DEMOGRAPHY--REGIONAL ANALYSIS [9 December 2014]
Data from December 2014. Most recent data: Further Eurostat information, Database. Planned article update: December 2016.
The article presents the latest results from the pilot data collection on regional business demography in the European Union (EU), providing information on high-growth enterprises (HGE) and enterprises' birth and death rates.
The regional business demography 2012 data collection was intended to test the feasibility of the most detailed level of regional breakdown (NUTS 2 and NUTS 3) of already available national business demography data (see article Business demography statistics) for the reference years 2008, 2009 and 2010. Eleven Member States participated based on grant agreements (Bulgaria, Denmark, Spain, France, Hungary, Austria, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Finland and the Netherlands) and six more on a voluntary basis (the Czech Republic, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Estonia and Portugal). Luxembourg, Cyprus and Malta are not concerned, as they consist of only one or two NUTS 3 regions.
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