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Statistics in Focus: Population and social conditions. Women and men migrating to and from the European Union.
Immigration into the European Union has been a major source of population growth over the 1990s. Over the period 1995 to 1999, net inward migration added around 0.2% a year to the resident population in the Union (Fig. 1), ...
Statistics in Focus: Population and social conditions. Why do people migrate?
International migration flows have increased in magnitude and complexity over the past decades. As a result, migration and potential migration to, for instance, the European Union are receiving ...
Statistics in Focus: Population and social conditions. INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION IN THE EU MEMBER STATES - 1992.
Emigration from Belgium, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Finland, Sweden and the United Kingdom as a total has been stable for the ten years to 1992. Immigration to these countries, regardless of the country ...
Rapid Reports Population and social conditions. INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION FLOWS IN SELECTED EC COUNTRIES-1991.
Whereas emigration from Belgium, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom as a total has been stable during the past ten years, immigration to the same countries increased rapidly especially between 1987 ...
RAPID REPORTS Population and social conditions. THE COMMUNITY POPULATION IN 1989: IMMIGRATION SUBSTANTIALLY EXCEEDS EMIGRATION.
(Statistical Office of the European Communities and Social Statistics, 1990)
In 1989 the population of the Community went up by 1.8 million, with a net migratory inflow accounting for 1.2 million of this increase. Accordingly, Eurostat estimates the Community population at 327 million as at 1 January ...