EU15European Union of 15 Countries
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Table 1 reveals that Scandinavian youth and total unemployment is, on average, below the respective levels of the EU15 countries.
Lorenzoni and Pidgeon discuss data collected by the European Opinion Research Group in 2002 across EU15 member states on individual concerns regarding climate change.
Another trait to consider is the characteristic of its productive structure: in the countries of the enlargement, more than 20% of the population was occupied in the agricultural sector whereas in the EU15 that percentile was of 4.
The timing for the French, Canadian, and EU15 cases is similar to that of the United States, with trade volatility increasing as the window enters the 2000s.
The 2009 recession limited employment opportunities for all workers in the EU15 including migrants.
For Norway, a substantial increase in immigration from the new EU Member States (EU12) has also taken place over the last years, but a high number of immigrants are also coming from the EU15 and the rest of the world.
All EU15 countries (the original members of the European Union) are more restrictive than the United States, and (with the exception of Ireland and the United Kingdom) more restrictive than Switzerland.
Moreover, low-paid, what we would call precarious workers, in London are "super-diverse," in the authors' words, in that they include those from the A8 countries of Eastern Europe that joined the original EU15 in 2004; Bulgaria and Romania that joined them in 2007; asylum-seekers and irregular workers from sub-Saharan African countries, Asia and South America, concentrated in the lower end of the labour market.
Two and a half years after the global financial crisis broke, the economic activity in the EU10(1) rebounded in parallel with the EU15, according to the World Bank's new EU10 Regular Economic Report.
Canada 2,881 2,286 2,003 1,512 Mexico 6,594 5,830 4,988 4,200 India 5,580 5,559 4,770 4,223 Pakistan 3,230 3,139 2,640 2,343 China 37,510 37,938 32,458 30,530 Korea, South 1,688 144 1,253 847 Hong Kong 2,159 1,649 1,506 304 Taiwan 1,617 1,404 1,225 827 Japan 743 718 614 417 EU15 (European Union) 5,773 5,262 4,507 2,952 ASEAN (Countries) 16,361 16,699 14,298 12,448 CBI (Caribbean) 8,662 9,317 7,080 5,743 LDDC exc.
The report provides a detailed analysis of how current MTRs were determined across the EU15 and look at how NRAs are taking the Recommendation into consideration as they undertake new market analyses.