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The U.S. Wine Industry and Selected Trade Issues with the European Union

Categories: Agriculture/Rural Issues,European Union,Foreign Trade/Investment,Treaties

Discusses the worldwide trade in wine and efforts to overcome alleged trade barriers. From the Congressional Research Service, posted by National Agricultural Law Library


Social Security Programs Throughout the World: Europe, 2014

Categories: European Union,Retirement/Social Security,Statistics

Describes the features of social security programs in the countries of Europe.  From the Social Security Administration


European Union Referendum Bill

Categories: European Union,Great Britain,Laws/Regulations,Treaties

Report prepared for the Parliament on the issue of whether England should leave the Union plus rules for the conduct of a referendum in the UK.  House of Commons Library Research Paper 14/55


Eurostat Regional Yearbook 2014

Categories: Environment,European Union,Statistics,Urban Issues

An overview of official statistics for regions within European countries; includes the most recent data plus an analysis of changes over a period of 5 to 10 years.  Also features focus chapters on environment, land use, cities, and regional competitiveness.  From Eurostat


International Comparisons of Infant Mortality and Related Factors: United States and Europe: 2010

Categories: Births/Deaths,European Union,Health/Medical,Statistics

Investigates the reasons for the U.S.’s high infant mortality rate when compared with European countries.  From the National Center for Health Statistics


The EU in the World 2014: A Statistical Portrait

Categories: European Union,Statistics

Statistics on the 28 countries of the European Union with chapters on population, education, health, labour, economy, foreign trade, transportation, the environment, and energy.  From Eurostat


Technische Universitat Darmstadt v. Eugen Ulmer

Categories: Copyright/Patents,European Union,Libraries/Museums

Decision of the European Court of Justice allowing libraries to digitize books in their collections without the consent of the copyright owner in order to make them available for reading on a dedicated computer.  The court also ruled that copyright owners must be compensated if library users want to print or capture the text on storage devices.  From the European Court of Justice


Income Inequality Statistics [in the European Union]

Categories: European Union,Income/Poverty,Statistics

This article presents data on income inequality, measured by the Gini coefficient, across the 28 countries of the European Union and three EFTA countries.  From EuroStat


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