European-Union
senso-concept-Mcs (socEusa)

McsHitp-creation:: {2020-11-22}

overview of socEusa

description::
"The feature that is completely new in the EU and distinguishes it from the usual type of international association of states is that the Member States have ceded some of their sovereign rights to the EU and have conferred on the Union powers to act independently.
In exercising these powers, the EU is able to adopt European legislation which has the same force as national laws in individual states."
[{2020-11-22} https://op.europa.eu/webpub/com/abc-of-eu-law/en/]

name::
* McsEngl.McsStn000020.last.html//dirStn//dirMcs!⇒socEusa,
* McsEngl.dirMcs/dirStn/McsStn000020.last.html!⇒socEusa,
* McsEngl.EU!=European-Union!⇒socEusa,
* McsEngl.European-project!⇒socEusa,
* McsEngl.European-Union!⇒socEusa,
* McsEngl.European-Union-of-States!⇒socEusa, {2020-11-27},
* McsEngl.socEu!⇒socEusa,
* McsEngl.socEus!⇒socEusa, {2020-11-27},
* McsEngl.socEusa!=McsStn000020, {2024-04-04}
* McsEngl.socEusa!=European-Union,
====== langoGreek:
* McsElln.ΕΕ!=Ευρωπαϊκή-ένωση!=socEusa,
* McsElln.Ευρωπαϊκή-ένωση!η!=socEusa,

01-node of socEusa

description::
· Eunode is any subsystem of socEusa.

name::
* McsEngl.Eunode,
* McsEngl.socEusa'01_node!⇒Eunode,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att001-node!⇒Eunode,
* McsEngl.socEusa'node!⇒Eunode,

02-humans-system of socEusa

description::
· the-subsystem with the-relations of its humans.

name::
* McsEngl.Euhmns,
* McsEngl.Euhmns!=node-of-humans-of-EU,
* McsEngl.socEusa'02_node-of-humans!⇒Euhmns,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att002-node-of-humans!⇒Euhmns,
* McsEngl.socEusa'node-of-humans!⇒Euhmns,

association-agreement of socEusa

description::
"A European Union Association Agreement (for short, Association Agreement or AA) is a treaty between the European Union (EU), its Member States and a non-EU country that creates a framework for co-operation between them. Areas frequently covered by such agreements include the development of political, trade, social, cultural and security links. The legal basis for the conclusion of the association agreements is provided by art. 217 TFEU (former art. 310 and art. 238 TEC).
... The EU typically concludes Association Agreements in exchange for commitments to political, economic, trade, or human rights reform in a country. In exchange, the country may be offered tariff-free access to some or all EU markets (industrial goods, agricultural products, etc.), and financial or technical assistance. Most recently signed AAs also include a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between the EU and the third country.
Association Agreements have to be accepted by the European Union and need to be ratified by all the EU member states and the state concerned."
[{2020-12-13} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Union_Association_Agreement]

name::
* McsEngl.association-agreement-of-Eu,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att037-association-agreement,
* McsEngl.socEusa'association-agreement,

member-human of socEusa

description::
· any human citizen of socEusa.

name::
* McsEngl.Euhmbr, {2022-04-21},
* McsEngl.Euhmbr!=citizen-of-Eu,
* McsEngl.citizen-of-Eu!⇒Euhmbr,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att008-member!⇒Euhmbr,
* McsEngl.socEusa'citizen!⇒Euhmbr,
* McsEngl.socEusa'member!⇒Euhmbr,

generic-tree-of-Euhmbr::
* human-citizen,
* human,

right of Euhmbr

description::
"However, the EU is not merely a creation of law but also pursues its objectives purely by means of law. It is a Union based on law. The common economic and social life of the peoples of the Member States is governed not by the threat of force but by the law of the Union. This is the basis of the institutional system. It lays down the procedure for decision-making by the Union institutions and regulates their relationship to each other. It provides the institutions with the means — in the shape of regulations, directives and decisions — of enacting legal instruments binding on the Member States and their citizens. Thus the individuals themselves become a main focus of the Union. Its legal order directly affects their daily life to an ever-increasing extent. It accords them rights and imposes obligations on them, so that as citizens both of their state and of the Union they are governed by a hierarchy of legal orders — a phenomenon familiar from federal constitutions. Like any legal order, that of the EU provides a self-contained system of legal protection for the purpose of recourse to and the enforcement of Union law."
[{2020-11-30} https://op.europa.eu/webpub/com/abc-of-eu-law/en/]

name::
* McsEngl.Euhmbr'right,

obligation of Euhmbr

description::
"However, the EU is not merely a creation of law but also pursues its objectives purely by means of law. It is a Union based on law. The common economic and social life of the peoples of the Member States is governed not by the threat of force but by the law of the Union. This is the basis of the institutional system. It lays down the procedure for decision-making by the Union institutions and regulates their relationship to each other. It provides the institutions with the means — in the shape of regulations, directives and decisions — of enacting legal instruments binding on the Member States and their citizens. Thus the individuals themselves become a main focus of the Union. Its legal order directly affects their daily life to an ever-increasing extent. It accords them rights and imposes obligations on them, so that as citizens both of their state and of the Union they are governed by a hierarchy of legal orders — a phenomenon familiar from federal constitutions. Like any legal order, that of the EU provides a self-contained system of legal protection for the purpose of recourse to and the enforcement of Union law."
[{2020-11-30} https://op.europa.eu/webpub/com/abc-of-eu-law/en/]

name::
* McsEngl.Euhmbr'obligation,

Euhmbr.aggregate

description::
"• 2020 estimate 447,706,209[6]"
[{2020-11-22} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Union]

name::
* McsEngl.Euhmbr.aggregate,
* McsEngl.Eupopulation,
* McsEngl.socEusa'population,

Euhmbr.Greek

description::
· a-Greek-citizen of socEusa.

name::
* McsEngl.Euhmbr.Greek!⇒hmnElln,
* McsEngl.Greek-citizen!⇒hmnElln,
* McsEngl.hmnElln,
* McsEngl.hmnGreek!⇒hmnElln,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att043-hmnElln!⇒hmnElln,
====== langoGreek:
* McsElln.Έλληνας-πολίτης!ο!=hmnElln,

generic-tree-of-hmnElln::
* Euhmbr,
* human,

identification of hmnElln

description::
· any human-identification (= entity revealing identity) of hmnElln.

name::
* McsEngl.hmnElln'identification,

name of hmnElln

description::
* https://el.wiktionary.org/wiki/Κατηγορία:Ονόματα_(νέα_ελληνικά),
* https://el.wiktionary.org/wiki/Κατηγορία:Επώνυμα_(νέα_ελληνικά)

name::
* McsEngl.hmnElln'name,

ΔΤ of hmnElln

description::
* Έκδοση Δελτίου Ταυτότητας: http://www.hellenicpolice.gr/index.php?option=ozo_content&perform=view&id=139&Itemid=132&lang,

name::
* McsEngl.hmnElln'DT,
====== langoGreek:
* McsElln.Αστυνομική-Ταυτότητα-Έλληνα-η,
* McsElln.ΔΤ-Δελτίο-Ταυτότητας-Έλληνα-το,

ΑΦΜ of hmnElln

description::
* απόδοση ΑΦΜ: https://www.gov.gr/arxes/anexartete-arkhe-demosion-esodon-aade/anexartete-arkhe-demosion-esodon-aade/apodose-arithmou-phorologikou-metroou-aphm-kai-kleidarithmou-se-phusiko-prosopo,
* εύρεση: https://www.fomo.gr/evresi-afm-online-taxisnet/,
"Με την ΔΙΑΔΠ/Ε/92/29-12-2006 (Φ.Ε.Κ. 1 / 2007 Β΄) κοινή απόφαση των Υπουργών Εσωτερικών Δημόσιας Διοίκησης και Αποκέντρωσης και Οικονομίας και Οικονομικών τα Κέντρα Εξυπηρέτησης Πολιτών μπορούν να ικανοποιούν αιτήσεις επανεκτύπωσης των παρακάτω βεβαιώσεων:
- απόδοσης Α.Φ.Μ. Φυσικού προσώπου
- έναρξης εργασιών Φυσικού προσώπου
- διακοπής εργασιών Φυσικού προσώπου
- αλλαγής στοιχείων διεύθυνσης φυσικού προσώπου μη επιτηδευματία."
[{2022-04-22 retrieved} https://www.e-kyklades.gr/travel/tourism?articleid=11447&categoryid=&lang=el]

name::
* McsEngl.hmnElln'AFM,
====== langoGreek:
* McsElln.ΑΦΜ-Αριθμός-Φορολογικού-Μητρώου-Έλληνα,
* McsElln.Αριθμός-Φορολογικού-Μητρώου-(ΑΦΜ)-Έλληνα,

ΑΜΚΑ of hmnElln

description::
"Ο ΑΜΚΑ (Αριθμός Μητρώου Κοινωνικής Ασφάλισης) είναι ουσιαστικά η ταυτότητα εργασίας και ασφάλισης κάθε εργαζόμενου, συνταξιούχου και προστατευόμενου μέλους της οικογένειάς τους στη χώρα μας. Με τον ΑΜΚΑ θα εξυπηρετήστε πιο εύκολα και γρήγορα σε όλες σας τις συναλλαγές που αφορούν την εργασία και την ασφάλιση όπως: να προχωρήσετε σε έναρξη απασχόλησης και ασφάλισης, να καταβάλετε τις ασφαλιστικές σας εισφορές, να εκδώσετε ή να ανανεώσετε το βιβλιάριο ασθένειας, να πάρετε τη σύνταξή σας ή τις οποιεσδήποτε παροχές, επιδόματα και βοηθήματα και όλα αυτά με πολύ λιγότερες καθυστερήσεις και γραφειοκρατικές διαδικασίες.
Ο ΑΜΚΑ αντικαθιστά τον Αριθμό Μητρώου (ΑΜ) που μέχρι σήμερα χορηγούν οι Ασφαλιστικοί Φορείς στους ασφαλιζόμενους και στους συνταξιούχους, κάνοντας τη ζωή σας ακόμα πιο εύκολη.
Θα είναι απαραίτητος από τον Οκτώβριο του 2009. Η απόδοσή του γίνεται σε όλα τα ΚΕΠ και τα γραφεία ΑΜΚΑ που λειτουργούν σε Ασφαλιστικά Ταμεία."
[{2022-04-22 retrieved} https://www.amka.gr/tieinai.html]
* https://www.amka.gr/,

name::
* McsEngl.hmnElln'AMKA,
====== langoGreek:
* McsElln.ΑΜΚΑ-Αριθμός-Μητρώου-Κοινωνικής-Ασφάλισης-Έλληνα,
* McsElln.Αριθμός-Μητρώου-Κοινωνικής-Ασφάλισης-(ΑΜΚΑ)-Έλληνα,

ΑΜΑ of hmnElln

description::
* βεβαίωση: https://www.gov.gr/arxes/oloi-foreis/elektronikos-ethnikos-phoreas-koinonikes-asphalises-e-ephka/bebaiose-apographes-eephka,
* http://www.odigostoupoliti.eu/asfalisi-sto-ika-arithmos-mitroou-asfalismenou-ama/,

name::
* McsEngl.hmnElln'AMA,
====== langoGreek:
* McsElln.ΑΜΑ-Αριθμός-Μητρώου-Ασφαλισμένου-Έλληνα,
* McsElln.Αριθμός-Μητρώου-Ασφαλισμένου-(ΑΜΑ)-Έλληνα,

member-state of socEusa

description::
"The European Union (EU) is a political and economic union of 27 member states that are located primarily in Europe.[11] Its members have a combined area of 4,233,255.3 km2 (1,634,469.0 sq mi) and an estimated total population of about 447 million."
[{2020-11-22} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Union]

name::
* McsEngl.Eu-member-state!⇒Eusmbr,
* McsEngl.Eumbs!⇒Eusmbr,
* McsEngl.Eums!⇒Eusmbr, {2020-12-10},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr, {2022-04-21},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr!=Eu-state-member,
* McsEngl.member-state-of-Eu!⇒Eusmbr,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att006-member-state!⇒Eusmbr,
* McsEngl.socEusa'member-state!⇒Eusmbr,

evoluting of Eusmbr

name::
* McsEngl.evoluting-of-Eusmbr,
* McsEngl.Eusmbr'evoluting,

{2020-01-31}-Eusmbr-27-Uk-leaves-Eu::
* McsEngl.{socEusa'2020-01-31}-Eusmbr-27-Uk-leaves-Eu,
* McsEngl.Eusmbr-27-{2020}-Uk-leaves-Eu,
* McsEngl.{2020-01-31}-Eusmbr-27-Uk-leaves-Eu,
"On 31 January 2020, the United Kingdom became the first member state to leave the EU."
[{2020-11-24} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Union]

{2014}-Eusmbr-Association-Agreement-Georgia-Moldova-Ukrain::
"In 2014, the EU signed Association Agreements with Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine,[7] and the European Parliament passed a resolution recognising the "European perspective" of all three countries."
[{2020-12-13} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Potential_enlargement_of_the_European_Union]

{2013}-Eusmbr-28-Croatia-joined::
* McsEngl.{socEusa'2013}-Eusmbr-28-Croatia-joined,
* McsEngl.Eusmbr-28-{2013}-Croatia-joined,
· 28 = 27 + 1

{2009}-Eusmbr-Albania-Serbia-applied-for-membership::
"started accession negotiations"
[{2020-12-13} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Potential_enlargement_of_the_European_Union]

{2008}-Eusmbr-Montenegro-applied-for-membership::
"started accession negotiations"
[{2020-12-13} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Potential_enlargement_of_the_European_Union]

{2007}-Eusmbr-27-Bulgaria-Romania-joined::
* McsEngl.{socEusa'2007}-Eusmbr-27-Bulgaria-Romania-joined,
* McsEngl.Eusmbr-27-{2007}-Bulgaria-Romania-joined,
· 27 = 25 + 2, Republic of Bulgaria, Romania.

{2004}-Eusmbr-25-Cyprus-Czech-Estonia-Hungary-Latvia-Lithuania-Malta-Poland-Slovakia-Slovenia-joined::
* McsEngl.{socEusa'2004}-Eusmbr-25-Cyprus-Czech-Estonia-Hungary-Latvia-Lithuania-Malta-Poland-Slovakia-Slovenia-joined,
* McsEngl.Eusmbr-25-{2004}-Cyprus-Czech-Estonia-Hungary-Latvia-Lithuania-Malta-Poland-Slovakia-Slovenia-joined,
· 25 = 15 + 10 Republic of Cyprus, Czech Republic, Republic of Estonia, Republic of Hungary, Republic of Latvia, Republic of Lithuania, Republic of Malta, Republic of Poland, Slovak Republic, Republic of Slovenia joined Eu.
=== {2004}-Eusmbr-North-Macedonia-applied-for-membership::
"started accession negotiations"
[{2020-12-13} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Potential_enlargement_of_the_European_Union]

{1987}-Eusmbr-Turkey-applied-for-membership::
"started accession negotiations"
[{2020-12-13} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Potential_enlargement_of_the_European_Union]

{1995}-Eusmbr-15-Austria-Finland-Sweden-joined::
* McsEngl.{socEusa'1995}-Eusmbr-15-Austria-Finland-Sweden-joined,
* McsEngl.Eusmbr-15-{1995}-Austria-Finland-Sweden-joined,
· 15 = 12 + 3 Austria, Finland, Sweden joined Eu.

{1987}-Eusmbr-Turkey-applied-for-membership::
"started accession negotiations"
[{2020-12-13} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Potential_enlargement_of_the_European_Union]

{1985}-Eusmbr-12-Spain-Portugal-joined::
* McsEngl.{socEusa'1985}-Eusmbr-12-Spain-Portugal-joined,
* McsEngl.Eusmbr-12-{1985}-Spain-Portugal-joined,
· 12 = 10 + 2 Spain, Portugal joined Eu.

{1981}-Eusmbr-10-Greece-joined::
* McsEngl.{socEusa'1981}-Eusmbr-10-Greece-joined,
* McsEngl.Eusmbr-10-{1981}-Greece-joined,
· 10 = 9 + 1 Greece joined.

{1973}-Eusmbr-9-Denmark-Ireland-UK-joined::
* McsEngl.{socEusa'1973}-Eusmbr-9-Denmark-Ireland-UK-joined,
* McsEngl.Eusmbr-09-{1973}-Denmark-Ireland-UK-joined,
· 9 = 6 + 3 Denmark, Ireland, UK joined.

{1952}-Eusmbr-6-Belgium-France-WestGermany-Italy-Luxembourg-Netherlands-founded::
* McsEngl.{socEusa'1952}-Eusmbr-6-Belgium-France-WestGermany-Italy-Luxembourg-Netherlands-founded,
* McsEngl.{1952}-Eusmbr-6-Belgium-France-WestGermany-Italy-Luxembourg-Netherlands-founded,
* McsEngl.Eusmbr-06-{1952}-Belgium-France-WestGermany-Italy-Luxembourg-Netherlands-founded,
· 6 states Belgium, France, West-Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, The-Netherlands founded the-European-Coal-and-Steel-Community after signing in {1951-04-18} the-ECSC-treaty which entered into force in {1952-07-23} with the-purpose to create interdependence in coal and steel so that one country could no longer mobilise its armed forces without others knowing which eased distrust and tensions after WWII.
[{2020-12-01} https://europa.eu/european-union/law/treaties_en]

Eusmbr.SPECIFIC

specific-tree-of-Eusmbr::
* McsEngl.Eusmbr27.Croatia-{2013-07-01},

* McsEngl.Eusmbr26.Romania-{2007-01-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr25.Bulgaria-{2007-01-01},

* McsEngl.Eusmbr24.Slovenia-{2004-04-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr23.Slovakia-{2004-04-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr22.Poland-{2004-04-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr21.Malta-{2004-04-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr20.Lithuania-{2004-04-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr19.Latvia-{2004-04-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr18.Hungary-{2004-04-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr17.Estonia-{2004-04-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr16.Czech-Republic-{2004-04-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr15.Cyprus-{2004-04-01},

* McsEngl.Eusmbr14.Sweden-{1995-01-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr13.Finland-{1995-01-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr12.Austria-{1995-01-01},

* McsEngl.Eusmbr11.Spain-{1986-01-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr10.Portugal-{1986-01-01},

* McsEngl.Eusmbr09.Greece-{1981-01-01},

* McsEngl.Eusmbr08.Ireland-{1973-01-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr07.Denmark-{1973-01-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.United_Kingdom-{1973-01-01}-{2020-01-31},

* McsEngl.Eusmbr06.Netherlands-{1957-03-25},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr05.Luxembourg-{1957-03-25},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr04.Italy-{1957-03-25},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr03.Germany-{1957-03-25},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr02.France-{1957-03-25},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr01.Belgium-{1957-03-25},
===
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.{2020}-27-Uk-leaved,
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.{2013}-28-Croatia,
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.{2007}-27-Romania-Bulgaria,
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.{2004}-25-Slovenia-Slovakia-Poland-Malta-Lithuania-Latvia-Hungary-Estonia-Czech-Cyprus,
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.{1995}-15-Austria-Finland-Sweden,
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.{1986}-12-Spain-Portugal,
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.{1981}-10-Greece,
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.{1973}-09-Denmark-Ireland-Uk,
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.{1957}-06-Belgium-France-Germany-Italy-Luxembourg-Netherlands,
===
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.Austria-{1995-01-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.Belgium-{1957-03-25},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.Bulgaria-{2007-01-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.Croatia-{2013-07-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.Cyprus-{2004-04-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.Czech-Republic-{2004-04-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.Denmark-{1973-01-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.Estonia-{2004-04-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.Finland-{1995-01-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.France-{1957-03-25},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.Germany-{1957-03-25},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.Greece-{1981-01-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.Hungary-{2004-04-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.Ireland-{1973-01-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.Italy-{1957-03-25},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.Latvia-{2004-04-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.Lithuania-{2004-04-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.Luxembourg-{1957-03-25},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.Malta-{2004-04-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.Netherlands-{1957-03-25},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.Poland-{2004-04-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.Portugal-{1986-01-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.Romania-{2007-01-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.Slovakia-{2004-04-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.Slovenia-{2004-04-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.Spain-{1986-01-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.Sweden-{1995-01-01},
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.United_Kingdom-{1973-01-01}-{2020-01-31},

Eusmbr.candidate

description::
"There are five recognised candidates for membership of the European Union: Turkey (applied in 1987), North Macedonia (applied in 2004), Montenegro (applied in 2008), Albania (applied in 2009), and Serbia (applied in 2009). All have started accession negotiations.[1] Kosovo, whose independence is not recognised by five EU member states,[2] and Bosnia and Herzegovina are recognised as potential candidates for membership by the EU. Bosnia and Herzegovina has formally submitted an application for membership, while Kosovo has a Stabilisation and Association Agreement (SAA) with the EU, which generally precedes the lodging of membership application. Montenegro and Serbia, the most advanced candidates, are both expected to join no earlier than 2022, with 2025 being more likely.[3] While the others are progressing, Turkish talks are at an effective standstill.[4]
The accession criteria are included in the Copenhagen criteria, agreed in 1993, and the Treaty of Maastricht (Article 49). Article 49 of the Maastricht Treaty (as amended) says that any "European state" that respects the "principles of liberty, democracy, respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms, and the rule of law", may apply to join the EU. Whether a country is European or not is subject to political assessment by the EU institutions.[5]
Past enlargement since the foundation of the European Union (EU) as the European Economic Community by the Inner Six states in 1958[6] brought total membership of the EU to twenty-eight, although as a result of the withdrawal of the United Kingdom, the current number of EU member states is twenty-seven.
Of the four major western European countries that are not EU members, Iceland, Norway, and Switzerland have submitted membership applications in the past but subsequently frozen them, while the United Kingdom is a former member. Currently, all four, along with Liechtenstein, participate in the EU Single Market. All but the UK also participate in the Schengen Area, which makes them closely aligned with the EU. In 2014, the EU signed Association Agreements with Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine,[7] and the European Parliament passed a resolution recognising the "European perspective" of all three countries.[8]"
[{2020-12-13} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Potential_enlargement_of_the_European_Union]

name::
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.candidate,

Eusmbr.former

description::
"On 31 January 2020, the United Kingdom became the first member state to leave the EU."
[{2020-11-24} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Union]

name::
* McsEngl.Eusmbr.former,

language of socEusa

description::
"The European Union has 24 official languages: Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Irish, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovene, Spanish, and Swedish. Important documents, such as legislation, are translated into every official language and the European Parliament provides translation for documents and plenary sessions.[99][100]"
[{2020-11-22} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Union#Languages]

name::
* McsEngl.Eulag,
* McsEngl.lagEu!⇒Eulag,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att007-language!⇒Eulag,
* McsEngl.socEusa'language!⇒Eulag,

addressWpg::
* https://europa.eu/european-union/about-eu/eu-languages_en,

specific-tree-of-Eulag::
* McsEngl.Eulag.bg--Bulgarian-български,
* McsEngl.Eulag.cs--Czech-Cestina,
* McsEngl.Eulag.da--Danish-Dansk,
* McsEngl.Eulag.de--German-Deutsch,
* McsEngl.Eulag.el--Greek-Ελληνικά,
* McsEngl.Eulag.en--English,
* McsEngl.Eulag.es--Spanish-Espanol,
* McsEngl.Eulag.et--Estonian-Eesti,
* McsEngl.Eulag.fi--Finnish-Suomi,
* McsEngl.Eulag.fr--French-Francais,
* McsEngl.Eulag.ga--Irish-Gaeilge,
* McsEngl.Eulag.hr--Croatian-hrvatski,
* McsEngl.Eulag.hu--Hungarian-Magyar,
* McsEngl.Eulag.it--Italian-Italiano,
* McsEngl.Eulag.lt--Lithuanian-Lietuviu-kalba,
* McsEngl.Eulag.lv--Latvian-Latviesu-valoda,
* McsEngl.Eulag.mt--Maltese-Malti,
* McsEngl.Eulag.nl--Dutch-Nederlands,
* McsEngl.Eulag.pl--Polish-Polski,
* McsEngl.Eulag.pt--Portuguese-portuguκs,
* McsEngl.Eulag.ro--Romanian-limba-romβnă,
* McsEngl.Eulag.sk--Slovak-slovenčina,
* McsEngl.Eulag.sl--Slovene-slovenščina,
* McsEngl.Eulag.sv--Swidish-svenska,
===
* McsEngl.Eulag.Bul--Bulgarian-български--bg,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Ces--Czech-Cestina--cs,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Dan--Danish-Dansk--da,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Deu--German-Deutsch--de,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Ell--Greek-Ελληνικά--el,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Eng--English--en,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Est--Estonian-Eesti--et,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Fin--Finnish-Suomi--fi,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Fra--French-Francais--fr,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Gle--Irish-Gaeilge--ga,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Hrv--Croatian-hrvatski--hr,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Hun--Hungarian-Magyar--hu,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Ita--Italian-Iitaliano--it,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Lav--Latvian-Latviesu-valoda--lv,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Lit--Lithuanian-Lietuviu-kalba--lt,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Mlt--Maltese-Malti--mt,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Nld--Dutch-Nederlands--nl,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Pol--Polish-Polski--pl,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Por--Portuguese-portuguκs--pt,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Ron--Romanian-limba-romβnă--ro,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Slk--Slovak-slovenčina--sk,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Slv--Slovene-slovenščina--sl,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Spa--Spanish-Espanol--es,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Swe--Swidish-svenska--sv,
===
* McsEngl.Eulag.Bulgarian-български--bg--Bul,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Croatian-hrvatski--hr--Hrv,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Czech-Cestina--cs--Ces,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Danish-Dansk--da--Dan,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Dutch-Nederlands--nl--Nld,
* McsEngl.Eulag.English--en--Eng,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Estonian-Eesti--et--Est,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Finnish-Suomi--fi--Fin,
* McsEngl.Eulag.French-Francais--fr--Fra,
* McsEngl.Eulag.German-Deutsch--de--Deu,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Greek-Ελληνικά--el--Ell,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Hungarian-Magyar--hu--Hun,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Irish-Gaeilge--ga--Gle,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Italian-Iitaliano--it--Ita,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Latvian-Latviesu-valoda--lv--Lav,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Lithuanian-Lietuviu-kalba--lt--Lit,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Maltese-Malti--mt--Mlt,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Polish-Polski--pl--Pol,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Portuguese-portuguκs--pt--Por,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Romanian-limba-romβnă--ro--Ron,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Slovak-slovenčina--sk--Slk,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Slovene-slovenščina--sl--Slv,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Spanish-Espanol--es--Spa,
* McsEngl.Eulag.Swidish-svenska--sv--Swe,

Eulag.official-001

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Eulag.001-official,
* McsEngl.Eulag.official,

Eulag.officialNo-002

description::
"Regional & minority languages
The EU is home to over 60 indigenous regional or minority languages, spoken by some 40 million people. They include Basque, Catalan, Frisian, Saami and Yiddish.
The European Commission maintains an open dialogue, encouraging linguistic diversity and putting effort into preserving this heritage. But the legal status of these languages and the extent to which they receive support is determined by national governments.
One significant source of funds for initiatives to protect and promote the teaching and learning of minority languages is Erasmus+, an EU programme that encompasses education and training."
[{2020-11-25} https://europa.eu/european-union/about-eu/eu-languages_en]

name::
* McsEngl.Eulag.001-officialNo,
* McsEngl.Eulag.officialNo,

socialitation of socEusa

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.socEusa'att039-socialitation,
* McsEngl.socEusa'socialitation,

organization of socEusa

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Euozn,
* McsEngl.Euozn!=organization-of-Eu,
* McsEngl.oznEus!⇒Euozn,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att040-organization!⇒Euozn,
* McsEngl.socEusa'organization!⇒Euozn,

Euozn.SPECIFIC

description::
· governance-Euozn,

name::
* McsEngl.Euozn.specific,

group of socEusa

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Eugroup,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att041-group!⇒Eugroup,
* McsEngl.socEusa'group!⇒Eugroup,

03-economic-system of socEusa

description::
· the-subsystem with the-relations of its satisfiers.

name::
* McsEngl.EU-economy!⇒Eusaecon,
* McsEngl.Eusaecon!=economy-of-Eu,
* McsEngl.Socecon.013-EU!⇒Eusaecon,
* McsEngl.Socecon.EU!⇒Eusaecon,
* McsEngl.econEus!⇒Eusaecon,
* McsEngl.socEusa'03_node-of-satisfiers!⇒Eusaecon,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att003-node-of-satisfiers!⇒Eusaecon,
* McsEngl.socEusa'economy!⇒Eusaecon,
* McsEngl.socEusa'node-of-satisfiers!⇒Eusaecon,

EUR-currency of Eusaecon

description::
"The euro is the single, official European currency used by (currently) 19 Member States of the European Union (EU). Together these Member States make up the euro area.
Stage III of economic and monetary union (EMU) began on 1 January 1999 with the introduction of the euro, which replaced the European currency unit (ECU) on a 1:1 basis. On that date, the national currencies of 11 EU Member States (Belgium, Germany, Ireland, Spain, France, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Austria, Portugal and Finland) were fixed to the euro at irrevocable conversion rates. Greece joined them on 1 January 2001.
Until the end of 2001, the euro existed as book money only (cheque, bank transfer, payment by card) and its use was voluntary (no compulsion – no prohibition). Euro coins and notes were introduced on 1 January 2002, when use of the euro became compulsory and national currencies were progressively withdrawn.
On 1 January 2007 Slovenia adopted the euro, followed by Cyprus and Malta on 1 January 2008, Slovakia on 1 January 2009, Estonia on 1 January 2011, Latvia on 1 January 2014 and Lithuania on 1 January 2015, bringing the current total number of Member States using the euro to 19."
[{2021-01-23} https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/index.php?title=Glossary:Euro]

name::
* McsEngl.EUR!=Euro-Member-Countries-currency!⇒EvuEUR,
* McsEngl.Evuu.EUR!⇒EvuEUR,
* McsEngl.Eusaecon'EUR-currency!⇒EvuEUR,
* McsEngl.Euro-Member-Countries-currency-(EUR)!⇒EvuEUR,
* McsEngl.EvuEUR!=Euro-Member-Countries-currency,
* McsEngl.EvuEUR!=European-Union-currency,
* McsEngl.euro-currency!⇒EvuEUR,
* McsEngl.€-EUR!⇒EvuEUR,
====== langoGreek:
* McsElln.Ευρώ!το!=EvuEUR,

converter.EUR⇔Drachmas

description::
· Drachma-₯ was the-previous currency of Greece that replaced by the euro in 2001 (at the rate of 340.75 drachmae to the euro). The euro did not begin circulating until 2001 but the exchange rate was fixed on 19 June 2000, with legal introduction of the euro taking place in January 2002.
[{2022-02-05 retrieved} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greek_drachma]

·     Euros-€:

· Drachmas-₯:

name::
* McsEngl.EUR⇔Drachmas,
* McsEngl.Euros⇔Drachmas,
* McsEngl.Webapp.Drachmas⇔EUR,
* McsEngl.Webapp.EUR⇔Drachmas,
* McsEngl.Webapp.converter.EUR⇔Drachmas,
====== langoGreek:
* McsElln.Δραχμές⇔Ευρώ,
* McsElln.Ευρώ⇔Δραχμές,
* McsElln.ιστοεφαρμογή.Δραχμές⇔Ευρώ,
* McsElln.ιστοεφαρμογή.Ευρώ⇔Δραχμές,

euro-area of Eusaecon

description::
* Austria-(AT)-{1999},
* Belgium-(BE)-{1999},
* Finland-(FI)-{1999},
* France-(FR)-{1999},
* Germany-(DE)-{1999},
* Ireland-(IE)-{1999},
* Italy-(IT)-{1999},
* Luxembourg-(LU)-{1999},
* Netherlands-(NL)-{1999},
* Portugal-(PT)-{1999},
* Spain-(ES)-{1999},

* Greece-(EL)-{2001},

* Slovenia-(SI)-{2007},

* Cyprus-(CY)-{2008},
* Malta-(MT)-{2008},

* Slovakia-(SK)-{2009},

* Estonia-(EE)-{2011},

* Latvia-(LV)-{2014},

* Lithuania-(LT)-{2015},

* Croatia-(HR)-{2023},

"The euro area consists of those European Union (EU) Member States which have adopted the euro as their single currency.
At present, the euro area comprises 19 Member States:
* Austria-(AT)-{1999},
* Belgium-(BE)-{1999},
* Cyprus-(CY)-{2008},
* Croatia-(HR)-{2023},
* Estonia-(EE)-{2011},
* Finland-(FI)-{1999},
* France-(FR)-{1999},
* Germany-(DE)-{1999},
* Greece-(EL)-{2001},
* Ireland-(IE)-{1999},
* Italy-(IT)-{1999},
* Latvia-(LV)-{2014},
* Lithuania-(LT)-{2015},
* Luxembourg-(LU)-{1999},
* Malta-(MT)-{2008},
* Netherlands-(NL)-{1999},
* Portugal-(PT)-{1999},
* Slovakia-(SK)-{2009},
* Slovenia-(SI)-{2007},
* Spain-(ES)-{1999},
On 1 January 1999, as stage III of economic and monetary union began, the euro was introduced in the 11 founding euro-area Member States: Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal and Spain. On 1 January 2001, Greece joined the euro area.
Until the end of 2001 the euro existed as book money only (cheque, transfer, payment by card) and its use was voluntary (no compulsion – no prohibition). Euro coins and notes were introduced on 1 January 2002, when use of the euro became compulsory and national currencies were progressively withdrawn.
From 2007 on, the euro area gradually expanded as more Member States joined: Slovenia (1 January 2007), Cyprus and Malta (1 January 2008), Slovakia (1 January 2009), Estonia (1 January 2011) and Latvia (1 January 2014). On 1 January 2015, Lithuania became the 19th euro area Member State."
[{2021-01-23} https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/index.php?title=Glossary:Euro_area]

name::
* McsEngl.Eusaecon'euro-area,
* McsEngl.Eurozone,
* McsEngl.euro-area,

Gdp of Eusaecon

description::
"How big is the EU economy?
In terms of the total value of all goods and services produced, EU gross domestic product (GDP) in 2019, when the UK was still part of the EU, was €16.4 trillion."
[{2020-12-19} https://europa.eu/european-union/about-eu/figures/economy_en]

name::
* McsEngl.Eusaecon'Gdp,

evoluting of Gdp of Eusaecon

description::
">evolution of EU GDP:
The evolution of the European Union's (EU) gross domestic product (GDP) has been remarkable since its inception in the 1950s. From a modest $81 billion in 1958, the EU's GDP has skyrocketed to over $17 trillion in 2023, making it the world's second-largest economy after the United States. This remarkable growth has been driven by several factors, including the creation of a single market, the introduction of the euro as a common currency, and the EU's commitment to free trade and open markets.

Here's a timeline of the EU's GDP growth:
* **1958:** $81 billion
* **1970:** $476 billion
* **1980:** $1.62 trillion
* **1990:** $2.4 trillion
* **2000:** $10.05 trillion
* **2010:** $17.23 trillion
* **2020:** $15.12 trillion
* **2021:** $17.18 trillion
* **2023:** $17.84 trillion (estimated)

As you can see, the EU's GDP has grown at an average annual rate of about 4% since its inception. However, there has been some volatility in the growth rate over time, with periods of rapid growth followed by periods of slower growth. For example, the EU's GDP grew by an average of 5.9% per year in the 1960s, but only by 2.3% per year in the 1970s.

The EU's GDP growth has been unevenly distributed across its member states. Some countries, such as Germany and France, have consistently been among the EU's strongest economies, while others, such as Greece and Portugal, have lagged behind. This has led to some concerns about the sustainability of the EU's economic model, and there is a growing debate about whether the EU should be more proactive in helping its weaker members.

Despite these challenges, the EU's GDP remains one of the world's most dynamic and resilient economies. The EU is well-positioned for continued growth in the years to come, thanks to its strong institutions, open markets, and skilled workforce."
[{2023-12-12 retrieved} https://bard.google.com/chat/60abbdb8de54b42a]

name::
* McsEngl.Eusaecon'Gdp'evoluting,

sector.household of Eusaecon

description::
· the-set of all Eu-households.

">quantity of EU households:
According to Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union, there were **198.5 million households** in the EU in 2022. This represents an increase of 0.8% from 2021. The average household size in the EU was 2.2 people in 2022, which is slightly below the 2021 average of 2.3."
[{2023-12-13 retrieved} https://bard.google.com/chat/99b7d98927d66495]

">quantity of EU households:
As of 2022, the European Union displayed varied household compositions and living conditions. Regarding the number of people per household, there was an average of 2.3 persons per household across the EU. This number varied among the Member States, with Slovakia having the highest average of 3.1 persons per household, and Finland having the lowest with 1.9 persons per household.

In terms of household types, the data showed significant differences. In 2022, nearly half of the adult population aged 25-54 in the EU lived in a couple (47.2% of men and 49.5% of women). The proportion of single adults also varied with age and gender, with a higher percentage of single adult women aged 65 and over (40.8%) compared to their male counterparts.

The presence of children in households also varied across the EU. In 2022, 24.3% of households in the EU included children, while 75.7% did not. The distribution of households with children showed that most commonly, households with one child were prevalent (49.5%), followed by those with two children (38.2%).

These statistics reflect the diversity and changing dynamics of households in the European Union, indicating trends such as a decrease in the number of young adults living in couples and an increase in single-person households, especially among older women.

For more detailed statistics and insights into the composition of EU households, you can refer to the Eurostat publications on [Household composition statistics](https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/index.php?title=Household_composition_statistics) and [Housing in Europe](https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/products-interactive-publications/-/housing-in-europe-2023)."
[{2023-12-13 retrieved} https://chat.openai.com/c/13160a5d-bdb5-456a-a250-e0ca78f5c194]

name::
* McsEngl.Eusaecon'sectorHousehod!⇒EussctrHhd,
* McsEngl.EussctrHhd!=EU-household-sector,
* McsEngl.household-sector-of-Eu!⇒EussctrHhd,

household of Eusaecon

description::
"The term household is defined slightly differently in different statistical contexts:
* household (sector) in national accounts
* household in social statistics"
[{2020-12-28} https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/index.php?title=Glossary:Household]

name::
* McsEngl.Eushousehold!=EU-household,
* McsEngl.Eusaecon'household!⇒Eushousehold,
* McsEngl.household/socEusa!⇒Eushousehold,
* McsEngl.ogznConsumption.socEusa!⇒Eushousehold,

sector.research-and-tech of Eusaecon

description::
">EU research-and-tech sector:
The European Union (EU) has a dynamic research and technology sector, characterized by a collaborative approach among member states and a strong focus on innovation and development. The EU invests in various fields including information technology, renewable energy, space exploration, and biotechnology. This commitment is reflected in initiatives like Horizon Europe, which is one of the world's largest funding programs for research and innovation.
Key features of the EU's research and tech sector include:

1. **Cross-Border Collaboration**: EU research programs encourage collaboration across member states, promoting a unified approach to scientific challenges and facilitating the sharing of knowledge and resources.

2. **Innovation Hubs**: Various regions within the EU, such as Silicon Saxony in Germany and the Paris-Saclay cluster in France, have become global centers of innovation and research.

3. **Public-Private Partnerships**: The EU fosters partnerships between public institutions and private companies to drive innovation, particularly in sectors like pharmaceuticals, aerospace, and digital technology.

4. **Environmental Sustainability**: A significant focus is placed on sustainable technologies and practices, aligning with the EU's commitment to environmental goals and climate change mitigation.

5. **Funding and Support**: Through programs like Horizon Europe, the European Research Council, and the European Institute of Innovation and Technology, the EU provides substantial funding and support for research initiatives.

6. **Global Influence**: The EU's research and technology sector not only impacts Europe but also contributes significantly to global scientific progress and technological advancements.

7. **Regulatory Framework**: The EU has a comprehensive regulatory framework that governs areas like data protection, digital markets, and technology ethics, shaping the development and application of technologies.

8. **Education and Talent Development**: Leading universities and research institutes in the EU play a pivotal role in educating and developing the next generation of scientists and technologists.

This sector is integral to the EU's strategy for economic growth, competitiveness, and addressing societal challenges."
[{2023-12-13 retrieved} https://chat.openai.com/c/91161e22-0491-4b8f-81d3-f064da77f3af]

name::
* McsEngl.Eusaecon'sectorResearch-and-tech!⇒EussctrRat,
* McsEngl.Eussctr.research-and-tech!⇒EussctrRat,
* McsEngl.EussctrRat!=EU-research-and-tech-sector,
* McsEngl.research-and-tech-sector-of-Eu!⇒EussctrRat,
* McsEngl.sectorResearch-and-tech-of-Eu!⇒EussctrRat,

framework-program of EussctrRat

description::
· Eu-policy on research-and-technology.
===
"The Framework Programmes for Research and Technological Development, also called Framework Programmes or abbreviated FP1 to FP7 with "FP8" being named "Horizon 2020", are funding programmes created by the European Union/European Commission to support and foster research in the European Research Area (ERA). The specific objectives and actions vary between funding periods. In FP6 and FP7 focus was still in technological research, in Horizon 2020 the focus is in innovation, delivering economic growth faster and delivering solutions to end users that are often governmental agencies."
[{2020-12-16} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Framework_Programmes_for_Research_and_Technological_Development]

name::
* McsEngl.Eufp,
* McsEngl.Eufp!=framework-program-for-research-and-technological-development,
* McsEngl.framework-program-for-research-and-technological-development!⇒Eufp,
====== langoGreek:
* McsElln.πρόγραμμα-πλαίσιο-της-ΕΕ!=Eufp,

budget of Eufp

objective of Eufp

time of Eufp

evaluation of Eufp

implementation of Eufp

Eufp.SPECIFIC

description::
* Eufp9-{2021-2027},
* Eufp8-{2014-2020},
* Eufp7-{2007-2013},
* Eufp6-{2002-2006},
* Eufp5-{1998-2002},
* Eufp4-{1994-1998},
* Eufp3-{1990-1994},
* Eufp2-{1987-1991},
* Eufp1-{1984-1987},

name::
* McsEngl.Eufp.specific,

Eufp.Eufp9-{2021-2027}

description::
"Horizon Europe is a planned 7-year European Union scientific research initiative meant to succeed the current Horizon 2020 program. The European Commission drafted and approved a plan for the Horizon Europe to raise EU science spending levels by 50% over the years 2021-2027.
As of April 2019 the Commission proposes €94.1 billion for Horizon Europe – due to launch in 2021 – up from €77 billion for the current Horizon 2020.
Independent observers predict the final approved funding will be much lower after lengthy negotiations with the European Parliament and EU member states are completed.[1] Over the past few years EU commissioner Carlos Moedas, along with many advocacy groups, have tried to push for a more expansive EU science budget. In order to build political support for the budget increase, he intends to use American originated ideas of "moonshots" to focus research efforts and boost the public interest.[2]"
[{2020-12-22} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horizon_Europe]

name::
* McsEngl.Eufp.Eufp9-{2021-2027}!⇒Eufp9,
* McsEngl.Eufp9,
* McsEngl.Eufp9-{2021-2027}!⇒Eufp9,
* McsEngl.Fp9-{2021-2027}!⇒Eufp9,
* McsEngl.Horizon-Europe!⇒Eufp9,

Eufp.Eufp8-{2014-2020}

description::
"Horizon 2020 is the eighth framework programme funding research, technological development, and innovation. The programme's name has been modified to "Framework Programme for Research and Innovation". The framework programme is implemented by the European Commission, the executive body of the European Union, either by various internal directorate general (DGs), such as the directorate general for research and innovation (DG RTD) or the directorate general for communications networks, content and Technology, or by executive agencies such as the Research Executive Agency (REA), the Executive Agency for SMEs (EASME), or the ERC Executive Agency (ERCEA). The framework programme's objective is to complete the European Research Area (ERA) by coordinating national research policies and pooling research funding in some areas to avoid duplication. Horizon 2020 itself is seen as a policy instrument to implement other high-level policy initiatives of the European Union, such as Europe 2020 and Innovation Union. The programme runs from 2014–20 and provides an estimated €80 billion of funding,[20][21] an increase of 23 per cent on the previous phase.[22]"
[{2020-12-22} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Framework_Programmes_for_Research_and_Technological_Development#Horizon_2020]

name::
* McsEngl.Eufp.Eufp8-{2014-2020}!⇒Eufp8,
* McsEngl.Eufp8,
* McsEngl.Eufp8-{2014-2020}!⇒Eufp8,
* McsEngl.Fp8-{2014-2020}!⇒Eufp8,
* McsEngl.Horizon-2020!⇒Eufp8,

Eufp.Eufp7-{2007-2013}

description::
"The European Research Council (ERC) – the first pan-European funding body for frontier research - was set up in 2007 under the EU's Seventh Framework Programme for Research (FP7, 2007-2013)."
[{2020-12-22} https://erc.europa.eu/projects-figures/facts-and-figures]

name::
* McsEngl.Eufp.Eufp7-{2007-2013}!⇒Eufp7,
* McsEngl.Eufp7,
* McsEngl.Eufp7-{2007-2013}!⇒Eufp7,
* McsEngl.Fp7-{2007-2013}!⇒Eufp7,

Eufp.Eufp6-{2002-2006}

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Eufp.Eufp6-{2002-2006}!⇒Eufp6,
* McsEngl.Eufp6,
* McsEngl.Eufp6-{2002-2006}!⇒Eufp6,
* McsEngl.Fp6-{2002-2006}!⇒Eufp6,

Eufp.Eufp5-{1998-2002}

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Eufp.Eufp5-{1998-2002}!⇒Eufp5,
* McsEngl.Eufp5,
* McsEngl.Eufp5-{1998-2002}!⇒Eufp5,
* McsEngl.Fp5-{1998-2002}!⇒Eufp5,

Eufp.Eufp4-{1994-1998}

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Eufp.Eufp4-{1994-1998}!⇒Eufp4,
* McsEngl.Eufp4,
* McsEngl.Eufp4-{1994-1998}!⇒Eufp4,
* McsEngl.Fp4-{1994-1998}!⇒Eufp4,

Eufp.Eufp3-{1990-1994}

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Eufp.Eufp3-{1990-1994}!⇒Eufp3,
* McsEngl.Eufp3,
* McsEngl.Eufp3-{1990-1994}!⇒Eufp3,
* McsEngl.Fp3-{1990-1994}!⇒Eufp3,

Eufp.Eufp2-{1987-1991}

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Eufp.Eufp2-{1987-1991}!⇒Eufp2,
* McsEngl.Eufp2,
* McsEngl.Eufp2-{1987-1991}!⇒Eufp2,
* McsEngl.Fp2-{1987-1991}!⇒Eufp2,

Eufp.Eufp1-{1984-1987}

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Eufp.Eufp1-{1984-1987}!⇒Eufp1,
* McsEngl.Eufp1,
* McsEngl.Eufp1-{1984-1987}!⇒Eufp1,
* McsEngl.Fp1-{1984-1987}!⇒Eufp1,

info-resource of EussctrRat

description::
* https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/,
* https://ec.europa.eu/info/research-and-innovation_en,
* https://ec.europa.eu/research/mariecurieactions/node_en,

name::
* McsEngl.EussctrRat'Infrsc,

sector.health of Eusaecon

description::
">EU health sector:
The European Union (EU) plays a significant role in shaping the health sector across its member states. While individual countries maintain primary responsibility for their healthcare systems, the EU provides a framework for cooperation, coordination, and funding to improve public health and address common challenges.

**EU Health Policy Objectives**
The EU's overarching health policy objectives include:
1. **Protecting and improving health:** The EU aims to promote healthy lifestyles, prevent diseases, and provide effective healthcare services to all EU citizens.
2. **Enhancing equal access to healthcare:** The EU strives to ensure that all EU citizens have equal access to quality healthcare, regardless of their location, socioeconomic status, or nationality.
3. **Coordinated response to health threats:** The EU coordinates its member states' responses to cross-border health threats, such as infectious diseases, pandemics, and antimicrobial resistance.

**EU Health Policy Tools**
The EU employs various tools to achieve its health policy objectives, including:
1. **EU4Health Programme:** This €5.3 billion program provides funding for a range of health-related initiatives, including research, innovation, and cross-border healthcare cooperation.
2. **European Health Emergency Preparedness and Response (HERA) Authority:** This authority coordinates EU-wide preparedness for and response to public health emergencies.
3. **European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC):** This agency provides scientific advice and support on public health threats and outbreaks.
4. **European Reference Networks:** These networks connect expert centers across Europe to improve patient care and research for specific diseases.
5. **eHealth initiatives:** The EU promotes the use of digital technologies to improve healthcare delivery, patient engagement, and health data management.

**Challenges and Future Directions**
The EU health sector faces several challenges, including:
1. **Aging population and increasing healthcare costs:** As the population ages, demand for healthcare services is expected to rise, putting pressure on public budgets.
2. **Non-communicable diseases (NCDs):** Chronic conditions like cardiovascular diseases, cancer, and diabetes are a growing burden on health systems.
3. **Antimicrobial resistance (AMR):** AMR poses a significant threat to public health, as it can render antibiotics ineffective in treating infections.

To address these challenges, the EU is pursuing several initiatives, such as:
1. **Strengthening the European Health Data Space:** This initiative aims to facilitate the secure exchange and use of health data for research, innovation, and policy-making.
2. **Investing in digital health and care:** The EU is supporting the development and adoption of digital technologies to improve healthcare efficiency and patient outcomes.
3. **Promoting healthy lifestyles:** The EU is encouraging preventive measures, such as healthy eating, exercise, and smoking cessation, to reduce the burden of NCDs.
4. **Strengthening cooperation on AMR:** The EU is working with its member states and international partners to combat AMR through measures such as antibiotic stewardship and research into new antimicrobials.

The EU's continued commitment to improving health outcomes and addressing common challenges will be crucial for ensuring a healthy and resilient population across Europe."
[{2023-12-13 retrieved} https://bard.google.com/chat/c033a0cd81f984ba]

">EU health sector:
The health sector in the European Union (EU) is a complex and multifaceted system, encompassing various aspects such as public health policies, healthcare services, pharmaceutical regulations, and cross-border healthcare collaboration among EU member states. The EU's approach to healthcare is guided by the principles of universal coverage, access to good quality care, and sustainability. Key areas of focus include health promotion, disease prevention, addressing health inequalities, and investing in health research and innovation.

The European Commission plays a significant role in shaping health policies and initiatives, often working in collaboration with member states, EU agencies, and other stakeholders. The EU also has several agencies and programs dedicated to public health, such as the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and the European Medicines Agency (EMA), which are responsible for disease surveillance, prevention, and ensuring the safety and efficacy of medicines.

Moreover, the EU health sector is influenced by broader policies and legislations like the EU Health Strategy, the Cross-Border Healthcare Directive, and the EU4Health program, which aim to improve health systems, tackle cross-border health threats, and support health initiatives across the EU.

The COVID-19 pandemic has particularly highlighted the importance of EU-wide cooperation in the health sector, leading to increased efforts in areas like vaccine procurement, joint response to health emergencies, and strengthening the resilience of health systems. Additionally, the EU is actively involved in global health diplomacy, contributing to international health organizations and initiatives to improve health outcomes worldwide."
[{2023-12-13 retrieved} https://chat.openai.com/c/84af6383-521f-4978-a7d7-38bac376be7b]

name::
* McsEngl.Eusaecon'sectorHealth!⇒EussctrHealth,
* McsEngl.Eussctr.health!⇒EussctrHealth,
* McsEngl.EussctrHealth!=EU-health-sector,
* McsEngl.health-sector-of-Eu!⇒EussctrHealth,
* McsEngl.sectorHealth-of-Eu!⇒EussctrHealth,

worker of Eusaecon

description::
"As of the first quarter of 2023, there were approximately 199 million people employed in the European Union. This figure represents the workforce across various sectors and is indicative of the labor market conditions in the EU during that period. This data provides insights into the size and dynamics of the EU workforce [https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/index.php/Labour_market_flow_statistics_in_the_EU].
[{2023-12-13 retrieved} https://chat.openai.com/c/9c8eba0b-1778-418d-9bfb-e43e0ea103a9]

name::
* McsEngl.Eusaecon'att001-worker!⇒Eusworker,
* McsEngl.Eusaecon'worker!⇒Eusworker,
* McsEngl.Eusworker,
* McsEngl.wrkr.020-socEusa!⇒Eusworker,
* McsEngl.wrkr.socEusa!⇒Eusworker,

satisfier of Eusworker

description::
· the-satisfier created by Eusworker.

name::
* McsEngl.Eusworker'satisfier,

qualification of Eusworker

description::
· skill-(theoritical-practical), diploma, education and experience a-worker has.

name::
* McsEngl.Eusworker'qualification,

compensation of Eusworker

description::
· any reward given for the-work done.

name::
* McsEngl.Eusworker'compensation,

age of Eusworker

description::
"the working-age population (20-64 years)"
[{2020-12-14} https://ec.europa.eu/social/main.jsp?catId=1036&langId=en]

name::
* McsEngl.Eusworker'age,

info-resource of Eusworker

description::
* European-social-fund: https://ec.europa.eu/esf/main.jsp?catId=35&langId=en,

name::
* McsEngl.Eusworker'Infrsc,

Eusworker.SPECIFIC

description::
· governance-worker,

name::
* McsEngl.Eusworker.specific,

info-resource of Eusaecon

description::
* https://europa.eu/european-union/about-eu/figures/economy_en,
===
{2022-01-22} https://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/euro-has-promoted-members-divergence-not-convergence-by-yanis-varoufakis-2022-01,

name::
* McsEngl.Eusaecon'Infrsc,

NACE of Eusaecon

description::
"The Statistical classification of economic activities in the European Community, abbreviated as NACE, is the classification of economic activities in the European Union (EU); the term NACE is derived from the French Nomenclature statistique des activitιs ιconomiques dans la Communautι europιenne. Various NACE versions have been developed since 1970.
NACE is a four-digit classification providing the framework for collecting and presenting a large range of statistical data according to economic activity in the fields of economic statistics (e.g. production, employment and national accounts) and in other statistical domains developed within the European statistical system (ESS).
NACE Rev. 2, a revised classification, was adopted at the end of 2006 and, in 2007, its implementation began. The first reference year for NACE Rev. 2 compatible statistics is 2008, after which NACE Rev. 2 will be consistently applied to all relevant statistical domains.
Previous versions of NACE have been:
* NACE (1970)
* NACE Rev. 1, the first revision of the original NACE (1970);
* NACE Rev. 1.1, a minor revision of NACE Rev. 1.
* NACE Rev. 2."
[{2021-02-02} https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/index.php?title=Glossary:NACE]

name::
* McsEngl.Eusanace!=statistical-classification-of-economic-activities-in-the-European-Community,
* McsEngl.NACE!=statistical-classification-of-economic-activities-in-the-European-Community!⇒Eusanace,
* McsEngl.statistical-classification-of-economic-activities-in-the-European-Community!⇒Eusanace,

evoluting of Eusaecon

description::
">evolution of EU economy:
The European Union (EU) economy has undergone significant evolution since its inception, reflecting the broader historical, political, and social changes across the continent. Here's a broad overview of the EU's economic evolution:

### Post-World War II Reconstruction and Integration
- **1950s-1960s**: The European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) was established in 1951, followed by the European Economic Community (EEC) in 1957. These were precursors to the EU and were aimed at fostering economic cooperation to prevent future conflicts and to rebuild war-torn Europe.

### Expansion and Deepening of Integration
- **1970s-1980s**: The first enlargement of the Community saw the addition of new member states, such as the United Kingdom, Ireland, and Denmark in 1973, followed by Greece in 1981, and Spain and Portugal in 1986. During this period, the European Monetary System (EMS) was also created to stabilize exchange rates and reduce inflation.

### The Single Market and Economic and Monetary Union
- **1990s**: The Maastricht Treaty, which came into effect in 1993, transformed the EEC into the EU and set the stage for the creation of the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU). The EMU led to the introduction of the euro as a common currency among participating member states in 1999, with euro banknotes and coins entering circulation in 2002.

### Enlargement and Challenges
- **2000s**: The EU experienced its largest enlargement in 2004 with the addition of ten new member states, mainly from Central and Eastern Europe. This expansion continued with Bulgaria and Romania in 2007 and Croatia in 2013.

### Economic Crises and Responses
- **Late 2000s to 2010s**: The global financial crisis of 2008-2009 led to severe economic downturns in several EU countries, evolving into a sovereign debt crisis within the eurozone. Measures such as the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) were established to provide financial assistance to member states in distress.

### Contemporary Developments
- **2020s**: The EU faces new challenges, including the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, which prompted the creation of the NextGenerationEU recovery plan, and the socio-economic implications of Brexit, following the United Kingdom's departure from the EU in 2020.
- **Digital and Green Transition**: Currently, the EU is focusing on the digital transformation and the European Green Deal, aiming to make the EU economy more sustainable and climate-neutral by 2050.
- **Geopolitical Issues**: The EU is also dealing with geopolitical tensions and the economic implications of conflicts such as the war in Ukraine, which affect energy supplies and trade routes.

Throughout its evolution, the EU economy has grown to become one of the largest single markets in the world, with a strong focus on trade, a single currency for many of its members, and ongoing initiatives aimed at fostering economic convergence, stability, and sustainability. The EU's economic policies and strategies continue to adapt to both internal and external challenges, reflecting the dynamic nature of the region's economic landscape."
[{2023-12-12 retrieved} https://chat.openai.com/c/5a100f3d-864b-4468-bdb4-7f170e689fb5]


">evolution of EU economy:
The evolution of the European Union's (EU) economy has been a remarkable journey, marked by periods of growth, resilience, and adaptation. From its post-war beginnings to its current status as a global economic powerhouse, the EU's economic development has been shaped by a series of key events and policies.

**Early Years and the Single Market (1950s-1980s)**
The foundations of the EU's economic success were laid in the early years, with the establishment of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) in 1951. This pioneering initiative aimed to promote peace and prosperity by integrating industries vital to Europe's infrastructure. In the following decades, the EU continued to deepen its economic integration, leading to the creation of the Single Market in 1993. This landmark achievement removed barriers to trade and movement of goods, services, capital, and labor, creating a vast economic area with unprecedented levels of efficiency and dynamism.

**The Euro, Expansion, and Global Challenges (1990s-Present)**
The introduction of the euro, the single currency of 19 EU member states, in 1999 marked a significant step in economic convergence and further integrated the EU's economy. The expansion of the EU to 27 member states over the past two decades has further diversified and strengthened the bloc's economic base. However, the EU has also faced its share of challenges, including the 2008 financial crisis, which exposed vulnerabilities in the euro area's economic governance.

**Recent Developments and the Path Ahead**
In recent years, the EU economy has experienced periods of both growth and stagnation, reflecting the impact of global economic trends and the challenges posed by geopolitical events such as the war in Ukraine. The EU has responded by implementing measures to support economic growth, promote innovation, and enhance resilience. Looking ahead, the EU faces the task of navigating a complex economic landscape characterized by globalization, digital transformation, and climate change. The bloc's ability to adapt and innovate will be crucial in ensuring its continued economic success and prosperity.

Key milestones in the evolution of the EU economy:
* 1951: Establishment of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC)
* 1986: Single European Act accelerates economic integration
* 1993: Creation of the Single Market
* 1999: Introduction of the euro
* 2004-2007: EU expands to 27 member states
* 2008: Global financial crisis exposes euro area vulnerabilities
* 2010: Launch of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) to address sovereign debt crises
* Present: EU economy faces challenges of high inflation, rising interest rates, and geopolitical tensions"
[{2023-12-12 retrieved} https://bard.google.com/chat/53cc2eeec418a592]

name::
* McsEngl.Eusaecon'evoluting,
* McsEngl.evoluting-of-Eusaecon,

04-admin-system of socEusa

description::
· the-subsystem with the-relations of its governance-organizations.

name::
* McsEngl.Euadministration!⇒Eusaadmn,
* McsEngl.Eugov!⇒Eusaadmn,
* McsEngl.Eusaadmn!=admin-system-of-Eu,
* McsEngl.administration-of-Eu!⇒Eusaadmn,
* McsEngl.gvcEus!⇒Eusaadmn,
* McsEngl.socEusa'04_node-of-goverance!⇒Eusaadmn,
* McsEngl.socEusa'administration!⇒Eusaadmn,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att004-node-of-goverance!⇒Eusaadmn,
* McsEngl.socEusa'goverance-sys!⇒Eusaadmn,
* McsEngl.socEusa'node-of-goverance!⇒Eusaadmn,
====== langoGreek:
* McsElln.διακυβέρνηση-ΕΕ!η!=Eusaadmn,

branch.executive of Eusaadmn

description::
"executive branch of EU:
The executive branch of the European Union (EU) is the European Commission. It is responsible for proposing new EU legislation, implementing the decisions of the European Parliament and the Council of the EU, and managing the EU budget. The Commission is also the guardian of the EU treaties and ensures that they are applied correctly by all EU member states.

The Commission is composed of 27 Commissioners, one from each EU member state. The Commissioners are appointed by the European Council and approved by the European Parliament. The President of the Commission is nominated by the European Council and approved by the European Parliament. The current President of the Commission is Ursula von der Leyen.

The Commission is divided into departments known as Directorates-General (DGs). Each DG is responsible for a specific policy area, such as trade, agriculture, or competition. The DGs are headed by Directors-General who are responsible to the Commissioners.

The Commission has a number of important powers, including:
* The power to propose new EU legislation. The Commission is the only EU institution that has the power to propose new laws. All new EU laws must be proposed by the Commission before they can be considered by the European Parliament and the Council of the EU.
* The power to implement EU law. Once a new EU law has been adopted by the European Parliament and the Council of the EU, it is the Commission's responsibility to implement it. This involves taking practical steps to put the law into effect, such as issuing regulations and guidelines.
* The power to manage the EU budget. The Commission is responsible for managing the EU's annual budget. This includes drawing up the budget proposal, overseeing its implementation, and reporting on its execution.
* The power to enforce EU law. The Commission is responsible for ensuring that all EU member states comply with EU law. It can do this by taking legal action against member states that it believes are violating EU law.

The Commission is an important institution in the EU's system of government. It plays a key role in developing and implementing EU policies, and in ensuring that EU law is applied correctly by all EU member states."
[{2023-10-18 retrieved} https://bard.google.com/chat/47d31d9bddef888d]

name::
* McsEngl.Euexe,
* McsEngl.Euexe!=executive-branch-of-Eu,
* McsEngl.Eusaadmn'branch.government!⇒Euexe,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att010-branch.government!⇒Euexe,
* McsEngl.socEusa'branch.government!⇒Euexe,
====== langoGreek:
* McsElln.εκτελεστικός-κλάδος-ΕΕ!=Euexe,

European-council of Euexe

description::
"The European Council consists of the heads of state or government of the EU's member states, together with its President and the European Commission President. It defines the EU's general political direction and priorities."
[{2020-11-27} https://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/]

name::
* McsEngl.Council-of-heads-of-Eu!⇒EuoCouncil,
* McsEngl.EuoCouncil,
* McsEngl.EuoCouncil!=European-council,
* McsEngl.Euexe.European-council!⇒EuoCouncil,
* McsEngl.European-Council!⇒EuoCouncil,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att020-European-council!⇒EuoCouncil,
* McsEngl.socEusa'European-council!⇒EuoCouncil,
====== langoGreek:
* McsElln.Ευρωπαϊκό-συμβούλιο!=EuoCouncil,
* McsElln.Συμβούλιο-αρχηγών-ΕΕ!=EuoCouncil,
* McsElln.Συμβούλιο-κορυφής-ΕΕ!=EuoCouncil,

president of EuoCouncil

description::
"History of the European Council President function
The position of President of the European Council became a permanent and full-time role following the entry into force of the Treaty of Lisbon in 2009.
Previously, the European Council had been an informal body and the head of the European Council was an unofficial position. The role was held by the head of state or government of the member state holding the rotating Presidency of the Council of the EU.
...
The role of the President is set out in article 15 of the Treaty on the European Union (TEU). In particular, the President of the European Council is responsible for:
* chairing European Council meetings and driving forward its work
* ensuring the preparation of European Council meetings and the continuity of their work, in cooperation with the President of the Commission, and on the basis of the work of the General Affairs Council configuration
* helping to facilitate cohesion and consensus within the European Council
* presenting a report to the European Parliament after each European Council meeting
The President of the European Council also ensures the external representation of the EU at the level of heads of state or government:
* on issues related to the EU Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP), alongside the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy who helps put into effect the CFSP and ensure its unity, consistency and effectiveness
* at international summits, usually alongside the President of the European Commission"
[{2020-11-28} https://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/european-council/president/role/]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCouncil'president,

Council-of-ministers of Euexe

description::
"The Council of the EU represents the member states' governments. Informally also known as the EU Council, it is where national ministers from each EU country meet to adopt laws and coordinate policies."
[{2020-11-27} https://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/]

name::
* McsEngl.Council!⇒EuoMin,
* McsEngl.Council-of-Eu!⇒EuoMin,
* McsEngl.Eu-Council!⇒EuoMin,
* McsEngl.EuoMin,
* McsEngl.EuoMin!=Council-of-ministers,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att022-Council-of-ministers!⇒EuoMin,
====== langoGreek:
* McsElln.Συμβούλιο-υπουργών-ΕΕ!=EuoMin,
* McsElln.Συμβούλιο-της-ΕΕ!=EuoMin,

presidency of EuoMin

description::
"A rotating presidency
The presidency of the Council rotates among the EU member states every 6 months. During this 6-month period, the presidency chairs meetings at every level in the Council, helping to ensure the continuity of the EU's work in the Council.
Member states holding the presidency work together closely in groups of three, called 'trios'. This system was introduced by the Lisbon Treaty in 2009. The trio sets long-term goals and prepares a common agenda determining the topics and major issues that will be addressed by the Council over an 18 month period. On the basis of this programme, each of the three countries prepares its own more detailed 6-month programme.
The current trio is made up of the presidencies of the Germany, Portugal and Slovenia. "
[{2020-11-28} https://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/council-eu/presidency-council-eu/]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoMin'presidency,

10-configurations of EuoMin

description::
"The Council of the EU is a single legal entity, but it meets in 10 different 'configurations', depending on the subject being discussed.
There is no hierarchy among the Council configurations, although the General Affairs Council has a special coordination role and is responsible for institutional, administrative and horizontal matters. The Foreign Affairs Council also has a special remit.
Any of the Council's 10 configurations can adopt an act that falls under the remit of another configuration. Therefore, with any legislative act the Council adopts no mention is made of the configuration."
[{2020-11-29} https://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/council-eu/configurations/]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoMin'10-configurations,

01-Foreign-Affairs-council of EuoMin

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.EuoMin'01-Foreign-Affairs-council,
* McsEngl.Foreign-Affairs-council-of-EuoMin,

02-General-Affairs-council of EuoMin

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.EuoMin'02-General-Affairs-council,
* McsEngl.General-Affairs-council-of-EuoMin,

03-Economic-and-Financial-Affairs of EuoMin

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.EuoMin'03-Economic-and-Financial-Affairs,
* McsEngl.Economic-and-Financial-Affairs-of-EuoMin,

04-Justice-and-Home-Affairs of EuoMin

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.EuoMin'04-Justice-and-Home-Affairs,
* McsEngl.Justice-and-Home-Affairs-of-EuoMin,

05-Employment-Social-Policy-Health-and-Consumer-Affairs of EuoMin

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.EuoMin'05-Employment-Social-Policy-Health-and-Consumer-Affairs,
* McsEngl.Employment-Social-Policy-Health-and-Consumer-Affairs-of-EuoMin,

06-Competitiveness of EuoMin

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.EuoMin'06-Competitiveness,
* McsEngl.Competitiveness-of-EuoMin,

07-Transport-Telecommunications-and-Energy of EuoMin

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.EuoMin'07-Transport-Telecommunications-and-Energy,
* McsEngl.Transport-Telecommunications-and-Energy-of-EuoMin,

08-Agriculture-and-Fisheries of EuoMin

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.EuoMin'08-Agriculture-and-Fisheries,
* McsEngl.Agriculture-and-Fisheries-of-EuoMin,

09-Environment of EuoMin

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.EuoMin'09-Environment,
* McsEngl.Environment-of-EuoMin,

10-Education-Youth-Culture-and-Sport of EuoMin

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.EuoMin'10-Education-Youth-Culture-and-Sport,
* McsEngl.Education-Youth-Culture-and-Sport-of-EuoMin,

info-resource of EuoMin

description::
* https://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/council-eu/,

name::
* McsEngl.EuoMin'Infrsc,

DOING of Euexe

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Euexe'doing,
* McsEngl.administrative-action-of-Eu,

branch.legislature of Eusaadmn

description::
"A legislature is a deliberative assembly with the authority to make laws for a political entity such as a country or city. Legislatures form important parts of most governments; in the separation of powers model, they are often contrasted with the executive and judicial branches of government."
[{2020-11-26} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legislature]

name::
* McsEngl.Eulegi,
* McsEngl.Eusaadmn'legislation-branch!⇒Eulegi,
* McsEngl.legislation-branch-of-Eu!⇒Eulegi,
* McsEngl.legislature-of-Eu!⇒Eulegi,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att011-branch.legislature!⇒Eulegi,
====== langoGreek:
* McsElln.νομοθετικός-κλάδος-ΕΕ!=Eulegi,

parliament of Eulegi

description::
"The European Parliament is an important forum for political debate and decision-making at the EU level. The Members of the European Parliament are directly elected by voters in all Member States to represent people’s interests with regard to EU law-making and to make sure other EU institutions are working democratically."
[{2020-11-26} https://www.europarl.europa.eu/about-parliament/en]

name::
* McsEngl.EP!=Parliament-of-Eu,
* McsEngl.EuoParl, {2020-12-03},
* McsEngl.EuoParl!=Parliament-of-Eu,
* McsEngl.Euparl!⇒EuoParl,
* McsEngl.European-parliament!⇒EuoParl,
* McsEngl.Parliament-of-Eu!⇒EuoParl,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att019-Parliament!⇒EuoParl,
* McsEngl.socEusa'Parliament!⇒EuoParl,
====== langoGreek:
* McsElln.Ευρωπαϊκό-κοινοβούλιο!=EuoParl,

place of EuoParl

description::
"The Parliament is based in three different cities with numerous buildings. A protocol attached to the Treaty of Amsterdam requires that 12 plenary sessions be held in Strasbourg (none in August but two in September), which is the Parliament's official seat, while extra part sessions as well as committee meetings are held in Brussels. Luxembourg City hosts the Secretariat of the European Parliament.[12] The European Parliament is one of at least two assemblies in the world with more than one meeting place (another being the parliament of the Isle of Man, Tynwald) and one of the few that does not have the power to decide its own location.[137]"
[{2020-12-18} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Parliament#Seat]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoParl'place,

DOING of EuoParl

description::
"The original procedure whereby the Parliament was merely consulted was first of all broadened to include cooperation with the Council, and the Parliament was eventually given powers of co-decision in the EU’s legislative process."
[{2020-12-06} https://op.europa.eu/webpub/com/abc-of-eu-law/en/#chap6]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoParl'doing,

DOING of Eulegi

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Eulegi'doing,
* McsEngl.legislative-action-of-Eu,

branch.judiciary of Eusaadmn

description::
"The judiciary (also known as the judicial system, judicature, judicial branch, judiciative branch, and court or judiciary system) is the system of courts that adjudicates legal disputes and interprets, defends and applies law in legal cases."
[{2020-11-26} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Judiciary]

name::
* McsEngl.Eujudi,
* McsEngl.Eujudi!=judicial-branch-of-Eu,
* McsEngl.Eusaadmn'judiciary-branch!⇒Eujudi,
* McsEngl.judicial-authority-of-Eu!⇒Eujudi,
* McsEngl.judicial-branch-of-Eu!⇒Eujudi,
* McsEngl.judiciary-of-Eu!⇒Eujudi,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att012-branch.judiciary!⇒Eujudi,
* McsEngl.socEusa'branch.judiciary!⇒Eujudi,
====== langoGreek:
* McsElln.δικαστικός-κλάδος-ΕΕ!=Eujudi,

Court-of-Justice-of-Eu of Eujudi

description::
"Since the establishment of the Court of Justice of the European Union in 1952, its mission has been to ensure that "the law is observed" "in the interpretation and application" of the Treaties.
As part of that mission, the Court of Justice of the European Union:
* reviews the legality of the acts of the institutions of the European Union,
* ensures that the Member States comply with obligations under the Treaties, and
* interprets European Union law at the request of the national courts and tribunals.
The Court thus constitutes the judicial authority of the European Union and, in cooperation with the courts and tribunals of the Member States, it ensures the uniform application and interpretation of EU law.
The Court of Justice of the European Union, which has its seat in Luxembourg, consists of two courts: the Court of Justice and the General Court (created in 1988). The Civil Service Tribunal, established in 2004, ceased to operate on 1 September 2016 after its jurisdiction was transferred to the General Court in the context of the reform of the European Union’s judicial structure.
As each Member State has its own language and specific legal system, the Court of Justice of the European Union is a multilingual institution. Its language arrangements have no equivalent in any other court in the world, since each of the official languages of the European Union can be the language of a case. The Court is required to observe the principle of multilingualism in full, because of the need to communicate with the parties in the language of the proceedings and to ensure that its case-law is disseminated throughout the Member States."
[{2020-11-26} https://curia.europa.eu/jcms/jcms/Jo2_6999/en/]
===
"The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) (French: Cour de justice de l'Union europιenne or "CJUE"; Latin: Curia[2]) is the judicial branch of the European Union (EU). Seated in the Kirchberg quarter of Luxembourg City, Luxembourg, this EU institution consists of two separate courts: the Court of Justice and the General Court.[3][4] From 2005 to 2016 it also consisted of the Civil Service Tribunal. It has a sui generis court system, meaning ’of its own kind’, and is a supranational institution.[5]
CJEU is the chief judicial authority of the European Union and oversees the uniform application and interpretation of European Union law, in co-operation with the national judiciary of the member states.[4] CJEU also resolves legal disputes between national governments and EU institutions, and may take action against EU institutions on behalf of individuals, companies or organisations whose rights have been infringed.[6]"
[{2020-11-26} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Court_of_Justice_of_the_European_Union]

name::
* McsEngl.CJEU!=Court-of-Justice-of-the-European-Union,
* McsEngl.Court-of-Justice-of-the-European-Union!⇒EuoCjeu,
* McsEngl.Eucjeu!⇒EuoCjeu,
* McsEngl.EuoCjeu, {2020-12-03},
* McsEngl.EuoCjeu!=Court-of-Justice-of-the-European-Union,
* McsEngl.Eujudi'Court-of-Justice-of-the-European-Union!⇒EuoCjeu,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att018-Court-of-Justice-of-the-European-Union!⇒EuoCjeu,
* McsEngl.socEusa'Court-of-Justice-of-the-European-Union!⇒EuoCjeu,

European-Court-of-Justice of Eujudi

description::
"The European Court of Justice (ECJ, French: Cour de Justice europιenne), formally just the Court of Justice, is the supreme court of the European Union in matters of European Union law. As a part of the Court of Justice of the European Union, it is tasked with interpreting EU law and ensuring its equal application across all EU member states under Article 263 of the Treaty of the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU).[2]
The Court was established in 1952, and is based in Luxembourg. It is composed of one judge per member state – currently 27 – although it normally hears cases in panels of three, five or fifteen judges.[3] The Court has been led by president Koen Lenaerts since 2015.[2]"
[{2020-11-26} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Court_of_Justice]

name::
* McsEngl.Court-of-Justice!⇒EuoCoj,
* McsEngl.ECJ!=European-Court-of-Justice,
* McsEngl.EuoCoj,
* McsEngl.EuoCoj!=European-Court-of-Justice,
* McsEngl.European-Court-of-Justice!⇒EuoCoj,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att013-Court-of-Justice!⇒EuoCoj,
* McsEngl.socEusa'Court-of-Justice!⇒EuoCoj,

General-Court of Eujudi

description::
"Composition
The General Court is made up of two judges from each Member State. The judges are appointed by common accord of the governments of the Member States after consultation of a panel responsible for giving an opinion on candidates' suitability to perform the duties of Judge. Their term of office is six years, and is renewable. They appoint their President, for a period of three years, from amongst themselves. They appoint a Registrar for a term of office of six years.
The Judges perform their duties in a totally impartial and independent manner.
Unlike the Court of Justice, the General Court does not have permanent Advocates General. However, that task may, in exceptional circumstances, be carried out by a Judge.
Cases before the General Court are heard by Chambers of five or three Judges or, in some cases, as a single Judge. It may also sit as a Grand Chamber (fifteen Judges) when this is justified by the legal complexity or importance of the case.
The Presidents of the Chambers of five Judges are elected from amongst the Judges for a period of three years.
The General Court has its own Registry, but uses the administrative and linguistic services of the institution for its other requirements.
Jurisdiction
The General Court has jurisdiction to hear and determine:
* actions brought by natural or legal persons against acts of the institutions, bodies, offices or agencies of the European Union (which are addressed to them or are of direct and individual concern to them) and against regulatory acts (which concern them directly and which do not entail implementing measures) or against a failure to act on the part of those institutions, bodies, offices or agencies; for example, a case brought by a company against a Commission decision imposing a fine on that company;
* actions brought by the Member States against the Commission;
* actions brought by the Member States against the Council relating to acts adopted in the field of State aid, trade protection measures (dumping) and acts by which it exercises implementing powers;
* actions seeking compensation for damage caused by the institutions or the bodies, offices or agencies of the European Union or their staff;
* actions based on contracts made by the European Union which expressly give jurisdiction to the General Court;
* actions relating to intellectual property brought against the European Union Intellectual Property Office and against the Community Plant Variety Office;
* disputes between the institutions of the European Union and their staff concerning employment relations and the social security system.
The decisions of the General Court may, within two months, be subject to an appeal before the Court of Justice, limited to points of law."
[{2020-11-26} https://curia.europa.eu/jcms/jcms/Jo2_7033/en/]

name::
* McsEngl.Court-of-first-instance-of-Eu!⇒EuoGc,
* McsEngl.EGC!=European-General-Court,
* McsEngl.EuoGc,
* McsEngl.EuoGc!=European-General-Court,
* McsEngl.European-General-Court!⇒EuoGc,
* McsEngl.General-Court!⇒EuoGc,
* McsEngl.Eujudi'General-Court!⇒EuoGc,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att014-General-Court!⇒EuoGc,
* McsEngl.socEusa'General-Court!⇒EuoGc,

judgment of EuoGc

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.EuoGC'judgment,

jurisdiction of EuoGc

description::
"Disputes between the EU and its staff members or their surviving family members arising from the employment relationship can also be brought before the CJEU. Jurisdiction for these actions lies with the General Court."
[{2020-12-09} https://op.europa.eu/webpub/com/abc-of-eu-law/en/#chap6]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoGc'jurisdiction,

Judicial-Network of Eujudi

description::
"The Judicial Network of the European Union (Rιseau judiciaire de l’Union europιenne, ‘RJUE’) was created on the initiative of the President of the Court of Justice of the European Union and the Presidents of the Constitutional and Supreme Courts of the Member States on the occasion of the Meeting of Judges organised by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) on 27 March 2017 to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the signing of the Treaties of Rome.
The discussions, inspired by a common interest in the strengthening of judicial cooperation in Europe at the service of high-quality justice, led, as early as January 2018, to the creation of a secure exchange platform for member courts of the RJUE, the first specific manifestation of that cooperation. In view of the considerable interest of the information provided via this platform for the development and consistency of EU law, the Court of Justice of the European Union and the participating courts have chosen, in a second step, to share all non-confidential documents with the general public by opening an area dedicated to the RJUE on the Curia website.
The main objective of this area is to share and centralise information and documents relevant to the application, dissemination and study of EU law, as interpreted and applied not only by the Court of Justice of the European Union but also by national courts and tribunals. It also aims to promote mutual knowledge and understanding of the laws and systems of the Member States from a comparative law perspective that can facilitate consideration of the legal traditions of each Member State.
To this end, the RJUE area provides:
* direct access to preliminary rulings (by means of pre-defined search criteria in the search engine) and, in particular, an opportunity to consult references for a preliminary ruling submitted from 1 July 2018, in the language of the case, but also in all available languages;
* an opportunity to consult decisions of national courts and tribunals which have been selected by the Constitutional and Supreme Courts of the Member States because of their interest for EU law;
* an opportunity to consult various documents of a scientific or educational nature, resulting from research or monitoring work carried out by the member courts of the RJUE, whether these are notes or studies, fact sheets on case-law concerning EU law or legal monitoring tools."
[{2020-11-26} https://curia.europa.eu/jcms/jcms/p1_2170125/en/]

name::
* McsEngl.Eujn,
* McsEngl.Eujn!=Judicial-Network-of-Eu,
* McsEngl.Eujudi'Judicial-Network!⇒Eujn,
* McsEngl.Judicial-Network-of-Eu!⇒Eujn,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att015-Judicial-Network!⇒Eujn,
* McsEngl.socEusa'Judicial-Network!⇒Eujn,

Civil-Service-Tribunal of Eujudi

description::
* McsEngl.{socEusa'2016-09-01}-Civil-Service-Tribunal-dissolution,
"The European Union Civil Service Tribunal was a specialised court within the Court of Justice of the European Union. It was established on 2 December 2005. It ceased to exist on 1 September 2016.[1]"
[{2020-11-26} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Union_Civil_Service_Tribunal]

name::
* McsEngl.European-Union-Civil-Service-Tribunal,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att017-Civil-Service-Tribunal,
* McsEngl.socEusa'Civil-Service-Tribunal,
====== langoGreek:
* McsElln.Δικαστήριο-Δημόσιας-Διοίκησης-ΕΕ,

Commission of Eusaadmn

description::
"Role: Promotes the general interest of the EU by proposing and enforcing legislation as well as by implementing policies and the EU budget
Members: A team or 'College' of Commissioners, 1 from each EU country
President: Ursula von der Leyen
Year established: 1958
Location: Brussels (Belgium)
Website: https://ec.europa.eu/info/index_en
The European Commission is the EU's politically independent executive arm. It is alone responsible for drawing up proposals for new European legislation, and it implements the decisions of the European Parliament and the Council of the EU."
[{2020-11-27} https://europa.eu/european-union/about-eu/institutions-bodies/european-commission_en]

name::
* McsEngl.Commission-of-Eu!⇒EuoCom, /komνSSon/,
* McsEngl.EuoCom,
* McsEngl.EuoCom!=European-Commission,
* McsEngl.European-Commission!⇒EuoCom,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att021-Commission!⇒EuoCom,
* McsEngl.socEusa'Commission!⇒EuoCom,
====== langoGreek:
* McsElln.Επιτροπή-της-ΕΕ!=EuoCom,
* McsElln.Ευρωπαϊκή-επιτροπή!=EuoCom,
* McsElln.Κομισιόν!=EuoCom,

member of EuoCom

description::
"28 Members, Including
* President
* First Vice-President
* High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy
* 5 additional Vice-Presidents
* 20 Commissioners"
[{2020-11-29} https://op.europa.eu/webpub/com/abc-of-eu-law/en/]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCom'member,

president of EuoCom

description::
"28 Members, Including
* President
* First Vice-President
* High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy
* 5 additional Vice-Presidents
* 20 Commissioners"
[{2020-11-29} https://op.europa.eu/webpub/com/abc-of-eu-law/en/]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCom'president!⇒EuwCompresident,
* McsEngl.EuwCom-president!⇒EuwCompresident,
* McsEngl.EuwCompresident,
* McsEngl.EuwCompresident!=Eu-Commission-president,
* McsEngl.Commission-president!⇒EuwCompresident,
* McsEngl.Head-of-Eu-Commission!⇒EuwCompresident,

compensation of EuwCompresident

description::
"A Commissioner's basic monthly salary is fixed at 112.5% of the top civil service grade. This works out at €22,367.04 per month.[11][12]
The President is paid at 138% (€27,436.90 per month), Vice-Presidents at 125% (€24,852.26 per month)[11] and the High Representative at 130% (€25,846.35 per month).[11]
There are further allowances on top of these figures, including household allowance, child allowance, and a substantial expatriation allowance (where applicable).[11]"
[{2020-12-24} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Commissioner#Salaries]

name::
* McsEngl.EuwCompresident'compensation,

High-Representative-for-Foreign-Affairs of EuoCom

description::
"The role of 'High Representative for Common Foreign and Security Policy' was created by the Treaty of Amsterdam, which entered into force in 1999. A decade later, the Treaty of Lisbon expanded the role, adding significant new responsibilities. Called from that point onwards the 'High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy', the post was also extended to include the role of Vice-President of the Commission.
On the same day that the Treaty of Lisbon took effect – 1 December 2009 – the expanded position of High Representative/Vice-President was officially inaugurated and the first person to hold the position – Catherine Ashton – started her mandate."
[{2020-11-29} https://eeas.europa.eu/headquarters/headquarters-homepage/3598/high-representativevice-president_en#:~:text=Since 1st December 2019 Josep,foreign, security and defence policies.]

name::
* McsEngl.EuwCom-high-representative!⇒EuwHrfs,
* McsEngl.EuwComhrfs!⇒EuwHrfs,
* McsEngl.EuwHrfs,
* McsEngl.EuwHrfs!=High-representative-for-foreign-affrairs-and-security,
* McsEngl.EuwGvc.High-representative-for-common-foreign-and-security-policy!⇒EuwHrfs,
* McsEngl.High-representative-for-common-foreign-and-security-policy!⇒EuwHrfs,
* McsEngl.High-representative-for-the-Union-foreign-and-security-policy!⇒EuwHrfs,
* McsEngl.foreign-affairs-chief-of-Eu!⇒EuwHrfs,

descriptionLong::
"The High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy (Article 18 TEU)
The High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy has not become the EU foreign minister, as planned in the constitutional project; however, their position within the institutional set-up has been considerably strengthened and expanded. The High Representative has a base in both the Council, where they hold the presidency of the Foreign Affairs Council, and the Commission, where they are Vice-President in charge of foreign affairs. The High Representative is appointed by the European Council, acting by a qualified majority, with the agreement of the President of the Commission. He or she is assisted by a European External Action Service (EEAS), which was newly created in 2011 and was formed by a merger of the foreign policy departments of the Commission and the Council and the integration of diplomats from the national diplomatic services."
[{2020-11-29} https://op.europa.eu/webpub/com/abc-of-eu-law/en/]

compensation of EuwHrfs

description::
"A Commissioner's basic monthly salary is fixed at 112.5% of the top civil service grade. This works out at €22,367.04 per month.[11][12]"
The President is paid at 138% (€27,436.90 per month), Vice-Presidents at 125% (€24,852.26 per month)[11] and the High Representative at 130% (€25,846.35 per month).[11]
There are further allowances on top of these figures, including household allowance, child allowance, and a substantial expatriation allowance (where applicable).[11]"
[{2020-12-24} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Commissioner#Salaries]

name::
* McsEngl.EuwHrfs'compensation,

vice-president of EuoCom

description::
"A Vice-President of the European Commission is a member of the European Commission who leads the Commission's work in particular focus areas in which multiple European Commissioners participate. Currently, the European Commission has a total of eight Vice-Presidents."
[{2020-12-25} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vice-President_of_the_European_Commission]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCom'vice-president!⇒EuwComvpresident,
* McsEngl.EuwCom-vice-president!⇒EuwComvpresident,
* McsEngl.EuwComvpresident,
* McsEngl.EuwComvpresident!=Eu-Commission-vice-president,

compensation of EuwComvpresident

description::
"A Commissioner's basic monthly salary is fixed at 112.5% of the top civil service grade. This works out at €22,367.04 per month.[11][12]"
The President is paid at 138% (€27,436.90 per month), Vice-Presidents at 125% (€24,852.26 per month)[11] and the High Representative at 130% (€25,846.35 per month).[11]
There are further allowances on top of these figures, including household allowance, child allowance, and a substantial expatriation allowance (where applicable).[11]"
[{2020-12-24} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Commissioner#Salaries]

name::
* McsEngl.EuwComvpresident'compensation,

first-vice-president of EuoCom

description::
"The First Vice-President usually takes on the main role of a vice president: taking over from the President in their absence. Frans Timmermans is the incumbent First Vice-President having served in the position since 2014 in both the Juncker and von der Leyen Commissions.[4]
The position was established under the Barroso I Commission in 2004, with its first occupant being Margot Wallstrφm. She was succeeded in the second Barroso Commission by Catherine Ashton who was also the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy."
[{2020-12-25} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vice-President_of_the_European_Commission]

name::
* McsEngl.Deputy-Head-of-Eu-Commission!⇒EuwComfvpresident,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'first-vice-president!⇒EuwComfvpresident,
* McsEngl.EuwCom-first-vice-president!⇒EuwComfvpresident,
* McsEngl.EuwComfvpresident,

executive-vice-president of EuoCom

description::
"The von der Leyen Commission established a new position of Executive Vice-President. There are three Executive Vice-Presidents, one of whom is the First Vice-President, who in addition to their other roles also manage a policy area, with a specific Directorate-General under their authority for this part of their job.[4]"
[{2020-12-25} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vice-President_of_the_European_Commission]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCom'executive-vice-president!⇒EuwComevpresident,
* McsEngl.executive-vice-president-of-EuoCom!⇒EuwComevpresident,
* McsEngl.EuwComevpresident,

commissioner of EuoCom

description::
"A European Commissioner is a member of the 27-member European Commission.
Each member within the Commission holds a specific portfolio, and the Commission is led by the President of the European Commission.
In simple terms they are the equivalent of national ministers."
[{2020-12-23} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Commissioner]

name::
* McsEngl.Commissioner-of-Eu!⇒EuwCommissioner,
* McsEngl.European-Commissioner!⇒EuwCommissioner,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'commissioner!⇒EuwCommissioner,
* McsEngl.EuwCom-commissioner!⇒EuwCommissioner,
* McsEngl.EuwCommissioner,

compensation of EuwCommissioner of EuoCom

description::
"A Commissioner's basic monthly salary is fixed at 112.5% of the top civil service grade. This works out at €22,367.04 per month.[11][12]"
The President is paid at 138% (€27,436.90 per month), Vice-Presidents at 125% (€24,852.26 per month)[11] and the High Representative at 130% (€25,846.35 per month).[11]
There are further allowances on top of these figures, including household allowance, child allowance, and a substantial expatriation allowance (where applicable).[11]"
[{2020-12-24} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Commissioner#Salaries]

name::
* McsEngl.EuwCommissioner'compensation,

info-resource of EuwCommissioner of EuoCom

description::
* https://ec.europa.eu/info/about-european-commission/service-standards-and-principles/ethics-and-good-administration/commissioners-and-ethics/code-conduct-members-european-commission_en#declaration-of-interests,

name::
* McsEngl.EuwCommissioner'Infrsc,

Directorate-general of EuoCom

description::
"Within the European Union, directorates-general are departments of the European Union government with specific zones of responsibility, the equivalent of ministries at a national level. Most are headed by a European Commissioner, responsible for the general direction of the directorate-general, and a Director-General, responsible for the management of day-to-day affairs"
[{2020-12-24} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Directorate-General]
===
"The day-to-day running of Commission business is performed by its staff (lawyers, economists, etc.), organised into departments known as Directorates-General (DGs), each responsible for a specific policy area."
[{2020-12-25} https://europa.eu/european-union/about-eu/institutions-bodies/european-commission_en#composition]

name::
* McsEngl.DG!=Directorate-general-of-EuoCom, /dirιktoret/
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG'(directorate-general)!⇒EuoDgCom, /dirιktoret/
* McsEngl.EuoCom'directorate-general!⇒EuoDgCom,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom!=Commission-Directorate-general,

Commissioner of EuoDgCom

description::
· the-head of the-Dg, responsible for the general direction.

name::
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom'Commissioner,

Director-general of EuoDgCom

description::
· responsible for the-management of day-to-day affairs.

name::
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom'Director-general,

EuoDgCom.SPECIFIC

description::
* Agriculture-and-Rural-Development|AGRI|DG-EuoCom,
* Budget|BUDG|DG-EuoCom,
* Climate-Action|CLIMA|DG-EuoCom,
* Communications-Networks--Content-and-Technology|CONNECT|DG-EuoCom,
* Communication|COMM|DG-EuoCom,
* Competition|COMP|DG-EuoCom,
* Defence-Industry-and-Space|DEFIS|DG-EuoCom,
* Economic-and-Financial-Affairs|ECFIN|DG-EuoCom,
* Education--Youth--Sport-and-Culture|EAC|DG-EuoCom,
* Employment--Social-Affairs-and-Inclusion|EMPL|DG-EuoCom,
* Energy|ENER|DG-EuoCom,
* Environment|ENV|DG-EuoCom,
* European-Civil-Protection-and-Humanitarian-Aid-Operations|ECHO|DG-EuoCom,
* European-Neighbourhood-and-Enlargement-Negotiations|NEAR|DG-EuoCom,
* Eurostat-European-statistics|EUROSTAT|DG-EuoCom,
* Financial-Stability--Financial-Services-and-Capital-Markets-Union|FISMA|DG-EuoCom,
* Health-and-Food-Safety|SANTE|DG-EuoCom,
* Human-Resources-and-Security|HR|DG-EuoCom,
* Informatics|DIGIT|DG-EuoCom,
* Internal-Market--Industry--Entrepreneurship-and-SMEs|GROW|DG-EuoCom,
* International-Cooperation-and-Development|DEVCO|DG-EuoCom,
* Interpretation|SCIC|DG-EuoCom,
* Joint-Research-Centre|JRC|DG-EuoCom,
* Justice-and-Consumers|JUST|DG-EuoCom,
* Maritime-Affairs-and-Fisheries|MARE|DG-EuoCom,
* Migration-and-Home-Affairs|HOME|DG-EuoCom,
* Mobility-and-Transport|MOVE|DG-EuoCom,
* Regional-and-Urban-Policy|REGIO|DG-EuoCom,
* Research-and-Innovation|RTD|DG-EuoCom,
* Structural-Reform-Support|REFORM|DG-EuoCom,
* Taxation-and-Customs-Union|TAXUD|DG-EuoCom,
* Trade|TRADE|DG-EuoCom,
* Translation|DGT|DG-EuoCom,
===
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Agriculture-and-Rural-Development|AGRI|DG,
* Budget|BUDG|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Climate-Action|CLIMA|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Communications-Networks--Content-and-Technology|CONNECT|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Communication|COMM|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Competition|COMP|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Defence-Industry-and-Space|DEFIS|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Economic-and-Financial-Affairs|ECFIN|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Education--Youth--Sport-and-Culture|EAC|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Employment--Social-Affairs-and-Inclusion|EMPL|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Energy|ENER|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Environment|ENV|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'European-Civil-Protection-and-Humanitarian-Aid-Operations|ECHO|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'European-Neighbourhood-and-Enlargement-Negotiations|NEAR|DG,
* Eurostat-European-statistics|EUROSTAT|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Financial-Stability--Financial-Services-and-Capital-Markets-Union|FISMA|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Health-and-Food-Safety|SANTE|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Human-Resources-and-Security|HR|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Informatics|DIGIT|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Internal-Market--Industry--Entrepreneurship-and-SMEs|GROW|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'International-Cooperation-and-Development|DEVCO|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Interpretation|SCIC|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Joint-Research-Centre|JRC|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Justice-and-Consumers|JUST|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Maritime-Affairs-and-Fisheries|MARE|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Migration-and-Home-Affairs|HOME|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Mobility-and-Transport|MOVE|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Regional-and-Urban-Policy|REGIO|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Research-and-Innovation|RTD|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Structural-Reform-Support|REFORM|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Taxation-and-Customs-Union|TAXUD|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Trade|TRADE|DG,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Translation|DGT|DG,
===
* DG.AGRI|Agriculture-and-Rural-Development,
* DG.BUDG|Budget,
* DG.CLIMA|Climate-Action,
* DG.COMM|Communication,
* DG.COMP|Competition,
* DG.CONNECT|Communications-Networks--Content-and-Technology,
* DG.DEFIS|Defence-Industry-and-Space,
* DG.DEVCO|International-Cooperation-and-Development,
* DG.DGT|Translation,
* DG.DIGIT|Informatics,
* DG.EAC|Education--Youth--Sport-and-Culture,
* DG.ECFIN|Economic-and-Financial-Affairs,
* DG.ECHO|European-Civil-Protection-and-Humanitarian-Aid-Operations,
* DG.EMPL|Employment--Social-Affairs-and-Inclusion,
* DG.ENER|Energy,
* DG.ENV|Environment,
* DG.EUROSTAT|Eurostat-European-statistics,
* DG.FISMA|Financial-Stability--Financial-Services-and-Capital-Markets-Union,
* DG.GROW|Internal-Market--Industry--Entrepreneurship-and-SMEs,
* DG.HOME|Migration-and-Home-Affairs,
* DG.HR|Human-Resources-and-Security,
* DG.JRC|Joint-Research-Centre,
* DG.JUST|Justice-and-Consumers,
* DG.MARE|Maritime-Affairs-and-Fisheries,
* DG.MOVE|Mobility-and-Transport,
* DG.NEAR|European-Neighbourhood-and-Enlargement-Negotiations,
* DG.REFORM|Structural-Reform-Support,
* DG.REGIO|Regional-and-Urban-Policy,
* DG.RTD|Research-and-Innovation,
* DG.SANTE|Health-and-Food-Safety,
* DG.SCIC|Interpretation,
* DG.TAXUD|Taxation-and-Customs-Union,
* DG.TRADE|Trade,

name::
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.specific,

EuoDgCom.Agri

description::
"Agriculture and Rural Development
This Commission department is responsible for EU policy on agriculture and rural development and deals with all aspects of the common agricultural policy (CAP)."
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/agriculture-and-rural-development_en]

name::
* McsEngl.Agriculture-and-Rural-Development|AGRI|DG-EuoCom!⇒EuoDgAgri,
* McsEngl.DG-Agri-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgAgri,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Agri-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgAgri,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Agri!⇒EuoDgAgri,
* McsEngl.EuoDgAgri,

EuoDgCom.Budg (link)

EuoDgCom.Clima

description::
"Climate Action
This Commission department is responsible for EU policy on climate action and it leads international climate negotiations for the EU."
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/climate-action_en]

name::
* McsEngl.Climate-Action|CLIMA|DG-EuoCom!⇒EuoDgClima,
* McsEngl.DG-Clima-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgClima,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Clima-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgClima,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Clima!⇒EuoDgClima,
* McsEngl.EuoDgClima,

EuoDgCom.Comm

description::
"Communication
The Directorate-General for Communication is the Commission department responsible for explaining EU policies to outside audiences. It keeps the Commission abreast of political developments and of trends in public opinion and the media. It also coordinates communication campaigns within the Commission."
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/communication_en]

name::
* McsEngl.Communication|COMM|DG-EuoCom!⇒EuoDgComm,
* McsEngl.DG-Comm-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgComm,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Comm-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgComm,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Comm!⇒EuoDgComm,
* McsEngl.EuoDgComm,

EuoDgCom.Comp

description::
"Competition
This Commission department is responsible for EU policy on competition and for enforcing EU competition rules, in cooperation with national competition authorities."
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/competition_en]

name::
* McsEngl.Competition|COMP|DG-EuoCom!⇒EuoDgComp,
* McsEngl.DG-Comp-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgComp,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Comp-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgComp,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Comp!⇒EuoDgComp,
* McsEngl.EuoDgComp,

EuoDgCom.Connect

description::
"Communications Networks, Content and Technology
The Directorate‑General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology is the Commission department responsible to develop a digital single market to generate smart, sustainable and inclusive growth in Europe."
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/communications-networks-content-and-technology_en]

name::
* McsEngl.Communications-Networks--Content-and-Technology|CONNECT|DG-EuoCom!⇒EuoDgConnect,
* McsEngl.DG-CNECT-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgConnect,
* McsEngl.DG-Connect-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgConnect,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Connect-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgConnect,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Connect!⇒EuoDgConnect,
* McsEngl.EuoDgConnect,

EuoDgCom.Defis

description::
"Defence Industry and Space
This Commission department is responsible for EU policy on defence industry and space."
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/defence-industry-and-space_en]

name::
* McsEngl.Defence-Industry-and-Space|DEFIS|DG-EuoCom!⇒EuoDgDefis,
* McsEngl.DG-Defis-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgDefis,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Defis-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgDefis,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Defis!⇒EuoDgDefis,
* McsEngl.EuoDgDefis,

EuoDgCom.Devco

description::
"International Cooperation and Development
The Directorate-General for International Cooperation and Development is the Commission department responsible for EU policy on development and delivering international aid.
It is in charge of international development cooperation, adapting to the evolving needs of partner countries, working closely with the department for neighbourhood policy and enlargement and other Commission services."
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/international-cooperation-and-development_en]

name::
* McsEngl.DG-Devco-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgDevco,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Devco-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgDevco,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Devco!⇒EuoDgDevco,
* McsEngl.EuoDgDevco,
* McsEngl.International-Cooperation-and-Development|DEVCO|DG-EuoCom!⇒EuoDgDevco,

EuoDgCom.Dgt

description::
"Translation
The Directorate-General for Translation translates texts for the European Commission into and out of the EU's 24 official languages, and a few others when needed. The department deals exclusively with written texts.
Responsibilities
* translate laws, policy papers, reports, correspondence, etc., drafted by or sent to the Commission
* help the Commission communicate with the public, thereby helping, citizens understand EU policies
* edit original documents drafted by Commission authors,
* advise Commission departments on language and on managing, multilingual websites
* ensure correct terminology in all official EU languages, as, documented in the interinstitutional database IATE"
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/translation_en]

name::
* McsEngl.DG-Dgt-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgDgt,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Dgt-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgDgt,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Dgt!⇒EuoDgDgt,
* McsEngl.EuoDgDgt,
* McsEngl.Translation-EuoDgCom!⇒EuoDgDgt,

addressWpg::
* https://iate.europa.eu/home,

EuoDgCom.Digit

description::
"Informatics
The Directorate-General for Informatics is the Commission department responsible for providing digital services that support other Commission departments and EU institutions in their daily work and that help public administrations in EU member countries work better together."
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/informatics_en]

name::
* McsEngl.DG-Digit-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgDigit,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Digit-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgDigit,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Digit!⇒EuoDgDigit,
* McsEngl.EuoDgDigit,
* McsEngl.Informatics-EuoDgCom!⇒EuoDgDigit,

EuoDgCom.Eac

description::
"Education, Youth, Sport and Culture
This Commission department is responsible for EU policy on education, culture, youth, languages and sport"
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/education-youth-sport-and-culture_en]

name::
* McsEngl.DG-Eac-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgEac,
* McsEngl.Education--Youth--Sport-and-Culture-EuoDgComm!⇒EuoDgEac,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Eac-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgEac,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Eac!⇒EuoDgEac,
* McsEngl.EuoDgEac,

EuoDgCom.Ecfin

description::
"Economic and Financial Affairs
The Directorate‑General for Economic and Financial Affairs is the Commission department responsible for EU policies promoting economic growth and recovery, higher employment, stable public finances and financial stability. The Directorate-General is in charge of helping the European economy emerge from the coronavirus crisis more resilient and better prepared for the green and digital transitions."
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/economic-and-financial-affairs_en]

name::
* McsEngl.DG-Ecfin-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgEcfin,
* McsEngl.Economic-and-Financial-Affairs-EuoDgComm!⇒EuoDgEcfin,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Ecfin-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgEcfin,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Ecfin!⇒EuoDgEcfin,
* McsEngl.EuoDgEcfin,

EuoDgCom.Echo

description::
"European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations
The main mission of the Directorate-General for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations is to preserve lives, prevent and alleviate human suffering and safeguard the integrity and dignity of populations affected by natural disasters and man-made crises. Headquartered in Brussels with a global network of field offices, DG ECHO ensures rapid and effective delivery of EU relief assistance."
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/humanitarian-aid-and-civil-protection_en]

name::
* McsEngl.DG-Echo-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgEcho,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Echo-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgEcho,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Echo!⇒EuoDgEcho,
* McsEngl.EuoDgEcho,
* McsEngl.European-Civil-Protection-and-Humanitarian-Aid-Operations-EuoDgComm!⇒EuoDgEcho,

EuoDgCom.Empl

description::
"Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion
This Commission department is responsible for EU policy on employment, social affairs, skills, labour mobility and the related EU funding programmes. "
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/employment-social-affairs-and-inclusion_en]

name::
* McsEngl.DG-Empl-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgEmpl,
* McsEngl.Employment--Social-Affairs-and-Inclusion-EuoDgComm!⇒EuoDgEmpl,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Empl-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgEmpl,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Empl!⇒EuoDgEmpl,
* McsEngl.EuoDgEmpl,

EuoDgCom.Ener

description::
"Energy
This Commission department is responsible for the EU's energy policy: secure, sustainable, and competitively priced energy for Europe."
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/energy_en]

name::
* McsEngl.DG-Ener-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgEner,
* McsEngl.Energy-EuoDgCom!⇒EuoDgEner,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Ener-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgEner,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Ener!⇒EuoDgEner,
* McsEngl.EuoDgEner,

addressWpg::
* https://ec.europa.eu/energy/home_en,

EuoDgCom.Env

description::
"Environment
This Commission department is responsible for EU policy on the environment. It proposes and implements policies that ensure a high level of environmental protection and preserve the quality of life of EU citizens."
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/environment_en]

name::
* McsEngl.DG-Env-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgEnv,
* McsEngl.Environment-EuoDgCom!⇒EuoDgEnv,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Env-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgEnv,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Env!⇒EuoDgEnv,
* McsEngl.EuoDgEnv,

EuoDgCom.Eurostat (link)

EuoDgCom.Fisma

description::
"Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union
The Directorate‑General for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union is the Commission department responsible for EU policy on banking and finance."
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/financial-stability-financial-services-and-capital-markets-union_en]

name::
* McsEngl.DG-Fisma-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgFisma,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Fisma-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgFisma,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Fisma!⇒EuoDgFisma,
* McsEngl.EuoDgFisma,
* McsEngl.Financial-Stability--Financial-Services-and-Capital-Markets-Union-EuoDgComm!⇒EuoDgFisma,

EuoDgCom.Grow

description::
"Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs
This Commission department is responsible for EU policy on the single market, industry, entrepreneurship and small businesses."
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/internal-market-industry-entrepreneurship-and-smes_en]

name::
* McsEngl.DG-Grow-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgGrow,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Grow-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgGrow,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Grow!⇒EuoDgGrow,
* McsEngl.EuoDgGrow,
* McsEngl.Internal-Market--Industry--Entrepreneurship-and-SMEs-EuoDgCom!⇒EuoDgGrow,

EuoDgCom.Home

description::
"Migration and Home Affairs
This Commission department is responsible for EU policy on migration and home affairs."
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/migration-and-home-affairs_en]

name::
* McsEngl.DG-Home-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgHome,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Home-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgHome,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Home!⇒EuoDgHome,
* McsEngl.EuoDgHome,
* McsEngl.Migration-and-Home-Affairs-EuoDgCom!⇒EuoDgHome,

addressWpg::
* https://ec.europa.eu/home-affairs/what-we-do/policies/european-agenda-migration_en,
* https://ec.europa.eu/home-affairs/what-we-do/policies/internal-security_en,
* https://ec.europa.eu/home-affairs/what-we-do/policies/borders-and-visas_en,
* https://ec.europa.eu/home-affairs/what-we-do/policies/securing-eu-borders_en,
* https://ec.europa.eu/home-affairs/what-we-do/policies/international-affairs_en,
* https://ec.europa.eu/info/topics/borders-and-security_en,

EuoDgCom.Hr

description::
"Human Resources and Security
The Human Resources and Security department oversees recruitment policy, training and career management, social policies and working conditions for Commission staff. It is also responsible for keeping buildings and employees safe, making sure that work continues during crises and dealing with online security."
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/human-resources-and-security_en]

name::
* McsEngl.DG-Hr-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgHr,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Hr-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgHr,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Hr!⇒EuoDgHr,
* McsEngl.EuoDgHr,
* McsEngl.Human-Resources-and-Security-EuoDgCom!⇒EuoDgHr,

EuoDgCom.Jrc

description::
"Joint Research Centre
The Joint Research Centre is the Commission's science and knowledge service. The JRC employs scientists to carry out research in order to provide independent scientific advice and support to EU policy.
Responsibilities
Research and innovation,
* create, manage and make sense of knowledge to support European, policies with independent evidence
* develop innovative tools and make them available to policy makers,
* anticipate emerging issues that need to be addressed at EU level, and understand policy environments
* share know-how with EU countries, the scientific community and, international partners
* contributes to the overall objective of Horizon 2020,
* conduct Euratom-funded research on nuclear safety and security to, contribute to the transition to a carbon-free economy"
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/joint-research-centre_en]

name::
* McsEngl.DG-Jrc-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgJrc,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Jrc-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgJrc,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Jrc!⇒EuoDgJrc,
* McsEngl.EuoDgJrc,
* McsEngl.Joint-Research-Centre-EuoDgCom!⇒EuoDgJrc,

addressWpg::
* https://ec.europa.eu/jrc/en,

EuoDgCom.Just

description::
"Justice and Consumers
This Commission department is responsible for EU policy on justice, consumer rights and gender equality."
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/justice-and-consumers_en]

name::
* McsEngl.DG-Just-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgJust,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Just-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgJust,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Just!⇒EuoDgJust,
* McsEngl.EuoDgJust,
* McsEngl.Justice-and-Consumers-EuoDgCom!⇒EuoDgJust,

addressWpg::
* https://ec.europa.eu/info/policies/consumers_en,
* https://ec.europa.eu/info/policies/justice-and-fundamental-rights_en,

EuoDgCom.Mare

description::
"Maritime Affairs and Fisheries
This Commission department is responsible for EU policy on maritime affairs and fisheries. "
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/maritime-affairs-and-fisheries_en]

name::
* McsEngl.DG-Mare-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgMare,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Mare-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgMare,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Mare!⇒EuoDgMare,
* McsEngl.EuoDgMare,
* McsEngl.Maritime-Affairs-and-Fisheries-EuoDgCom!⇒EuoDgMare,

addressWpg::
* https://ec.europa.eu/info/topics/maritime-affairs-and-fisheries_en,

EuoDgCom.Move

description::
"Mobility and Transport
This Commission department is responsible for EU policy on mobility and transport."
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/mobility-and-transport_en]

name::
* McsEngl.DG-Move-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgMove,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Move-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgMove,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Move!⇒EuoDgMove,
* McsEngl.EuoDgMove,
* McsEngl.Mobility-and-Transport-EuoDgCom!⇒EuoDgMove,

addressWpg::
* https://ec.europa.eu/info/topics/transport_en,

EuoDgCom.Near

description::
"European Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations
This Commission department is responsible for EU policy on enlargement and the EU's eastern and southern neighbours. It is also responsible for relations with the member countries of the European Economic Area and European Free Trade Association insofar as Commission policies are concerned."
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/european-neighbourhood-policy-and-enlargement-negotiations_en]

name::
* McsEngl.DG-Near-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgNear,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Near-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgNear,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Near!⇒EuoDgNear,
* McsEngl.EuoDgNear,
* McsEngl.European-Neighbourhood-and-Enlargement-Negotiations-EuoDgCom!⇒EuoDgNear,

EuoDgCom.Reform

description::
"Structural Reform Support
The Directorate-General for Structural Reform Support (DG REFORM) helps EU countries to design and implement reforms as part of their efforts to support job creation and sustainable growth."
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/structural-reform-support_en]

name::
* McsEngl.DG-Reform-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgReform,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Reform-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgReform,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Reform!⇒EuoDgReform,
* McsEngl.EuoDgReform,
* McsEngl.Structural-Reform-Support-EuoDgCom!⇒EuoDgReform,

EuoDgCom.Regio

description::
"Regional and Urban Policy
This Commission department is responsible for EU policy on regions and cities."
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/regional-and-urban-policy_en]

name::
* McsEngl.DG-Regio-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgRegio,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Regio-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgRegio,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Regio!⇒EuoDgRegio,
* McsEngl.EuoDgRegio,
* McsEngl.Regional-and-Urban-Policy-EuoDgCom!⇒EuoDgRegio,

addressWpg::
* https://ec.europa.eu/info/topics/regional-policy_en,

EuoDgCom.Rtd

description::
"Research and Innovation
This Commission department is responsible for EU policy on research, science and innovation, with a view to help create growth and jobs and tackle our biggest societal challenges."
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/research-and-innovation_en]

name::
* McsEngl.DG-Rtd-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgRtd,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Rtd-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgRtd,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Rtd!⇒EuoDgRtd,
* McsEngl.EuoDgRtd,
* McsEngl.Research-and-Innovation-EuoDgCom!⇒EuoDgRtd,

addressWpg::
* https://ec.europa.eu/info/research-and-innovation_en,

EuoDgCom.Sante

description::
"Health and Food Safety
This Commission department is responsible for EU policy on food safety and health and for monitoring the implementation of related laws."
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/health-and-food-safety_en]

name::
* McsEngl.DG-Sante-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgSante,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Sante-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgSante,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Sante!⇒EuoDgSante,
* McsEngl.EuoDgSante,
* McsEngl.Health-and-Food-Safety-EuoDgCom!⇒EuoDgSante,

EuoDgCom.Scic

description::
"Interpretation
The Directorate‑General for Interpretation is the Commission’s interpreting service and conference organiser. It allocates meeting rooms and provides support for the smooth running of multilingual meetings."
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/interpretation_en]

name::
* McsEngl.DG-Scic-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgScic,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Scic-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgScic,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Scic!⇒EuoDgScic,
* McsEngl.EuoDgScic,
* McsEngl.Interpretation-EuoDgCom!⇒EuoDgScic,

EuoDgCom.Taxud

description::
"Taxation and Customs Union
This Commission department is responsible for EU policies on taxation and customs."
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/taxation-and-customs-union_en]

name::
* McsEngl.DG-Taxud-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgTaxud,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Taxud-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgTaxud,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Taxud!⇒EuoDgTaxud,
* McsEngl.EuoDgTaxud,
* McsEngl.Taxation-and-Customs-Union-EuoDgCom!⇒EuoDgTaxud,

EuoDgCom.Trade

description::
"Trade
This Commission department is responsible for EU policy on trade with countries beyond the EU's borders."
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/trade_en]

name::
* McsEngl.DG-Trade-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgTrade,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG-Trade-of-Eu!⇒EuoDgTrade,
* McsEngl.EuoDgCom.Trade!⇒EuoDgTrade,
* McsEngl.EuoDgTrade,
* McsEngl.Trade-EuoDgCom!⇒EuoDgTrade,

worker of EuoCom

description::
· any worker of EuoCom.

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCom'worker!⇒EuwOCom,
* McsEngl.EuwOCom,
* McsEngl.Eusworker.EuoCom!⇒EuwOCom,
* McsEngl.wrkr.034-EuoCom!⇒EuwOCom,
* McsEngl.wrkr.EuoCom!⇒EuwOCom,

addressWpg::
* https://ec.europa.eu/info/about-european-commission/service-standards-and-principles/ethics-and-good-administration_en,
* https://op.europa.eu/en/web/who-is-who/organization/-/organization/COM,
* https://ec.europa.eu/info/jobs-european-commission_en,

organization of EuoCom

description::
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-AGRI|Agriculture and Rural Development
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-BUDG|Budget,
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-CLIMA|Climate Action
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-COMM|Communication
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-COMP|Competition
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-CONNECT|Communications Networks, Content and Technology
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-DEFIS|Defence Industry and Space
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-DEVCO|International Cooperation and Development
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-DGT|Translation
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-DIGIT|Informatics
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-EAC|Education, Youth, Sport and Culture
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-ECFIN|Economic and Financial Affairs
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-ECHO|European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-EMPL|Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-ENER|Energy
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-ENV|Environment
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-EUROSTAT|Eurostat - European statistics,
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-FISMA|Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-GROW|Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-HOME|Migration and Home Affairs
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-HR|Human Resources and Security
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-JRC|Joint Research Centre
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-JUST|Justice and Consumers
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-MARE|Maritime Affairs and Fisheries
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-MOVE|Mobility and Transport
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-NEAR|European Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-REFORM|Structural Reform Support
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-REGIO|Regional and Urban Policy
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-RTD|Research and Innovation
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-SANTE|Health and Food Safety
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-SCIC|Interpretation
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-TAXUD|Taxation and Customs Union
* DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-TRADE|Trade
* EXECUTIVE-AGENCY-CHAFEA|Consumers, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency
* EXECUTIVE-AGENCY-EACEA|Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
* EXECUTIVE-AGENCY-EASME|Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises
* EXECUTIVE-AGENCY-ERCEA|European Research Council Executive Agency,
* EXECUTIVE-AGENCY-INEA|Innovation and Networks Executive Agency
* EXECUTIVE-AGENCY-REA|Research Executive Agency
* SERVICE-DEPARTMENT-Historical Archives Service
* SERVICE-DEPARTMENT-Library and e-Resources Centre
* SERVICE-DEPARTMENT-DPO|Data Protection Officer
* SERVICE-DEPARTMENT-EPSO|European Personnel Selection Office
* SERVICE-DEPARTMENT-EUSA|European School of Administration
* SERVICE-DEPARTMENT-FPI|Foreign Policy Instruments
* SERVICE-DEPARTMENT-IAS|Internal Audit Service
* SERVICE-DEPARTMENT-IDEA|Inspire, Debate, Engage and Accelerate Action
* SERVICE-DEPARTMENT-OIB|Infrastructure and Logistics in Brussels
* SERVICE-DEPARTMENT-OIL|Infrastructure and Logistics in Luxembourg
* SERVICE-DEPARTMENT-OLAF|European Anti-Fraud Office
* SERVICE-DEPARTMENT-OP|Publications Office
* SERVICE-DEPARTMENT-PMO|Administration and Payment of Individual Entitlements
* SERVICE-DEPARTMENT-RECOVER|Recovery and Resilience Task Force
* SERVICE-DEPARTMENT-SG|Secretariat-General
* SERVICE-DEPARTMENT-SJ|Legal Service
* SERVICE-DEPARTMENT-UKTF|Task Force for Relations with the United Kingdom

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCom'department!⇒EuoComozn,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'executive-agency!⇒EuoComozn,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'organization!⇒EuoComozn,

EuoComozn.Directorate-general (link)

EuoComozn.service-department

description::
* McsEngl.Administration-and-Payment-of-Individual-Entitlements|PMO|service-dep-EuoCom,
* McsEngl.Data-Protection-Officer|DPO|service-dep-EuoCom,
* McsEngl.European-Anti-Fraud-Office|OLAF|service-dep-EuoCom,
* European-Personnel-Selection-Office|EPSO|service-dep-EuoCom,
* McsEngl.European-School-of-Administration|EUSA|service-dep-EuoCom,
* McsEngl.Foreign-Policy-Instruments|FPI|service-dep-EuoCom,
* McsEngl.Historical-Archives-Service|-|service-dep-EuoCom,
* McsEngl.Infrastructure-and-Logistics-in-Brussels|OIB|service-dep-EuoCom,
* McsEngl.Infrastructure-and-Logistics-in-Luxembourg|OIL|service-dep-EuoCom,
* McsEngl.Inspire--Debate--Engage-and-Accelerate-Action|IDEA|service-dep-EuoCom,
* McsEngl.Internal-Audit-Service|IAS|service-dep-EuoCom,
* McsEngl.Legal-Service|SJ|service-dep-EuoCom,
* McsEngl.Library-and-e-Resources-Centre|-|service-dep-EuoCom,
* Publications-Office|OP|service-dep-EuoCom,
* McsEngl.Recovery-and-Resilience-Task-Force|RECOVER|service-dep-EuoCom,
* McsEngl.Secretariat-General|SG|service-dep-EuoCom,
* McsEngl.Task-Force-for-Relations-with-the-United-Kingdom|UKTF|service-dep-EuoCom,
===
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Administration-and-Payment-of-Individual-Entitlements|PMO|service-dep,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Data-Protection-Officer|DPO|service-dep,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'European-Anti-Fraud-Office|OLAF|service-dep,
* EuoCom'European-Personnel-Selection-Office|EPSO|service-dep,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'European-School-of-Administration|EUSA|service-dep,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Foreign-Policy-Instruments|FPI|service-dep,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Historical-Archives-Service|-|service-dep,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Infrastructure-and-Logistics-in-Brussels|OIB|service-dep,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Infrastructure-and-Logistics-in-Luxembourg|OIL|service-dep,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Inspire--Debate--Engage-and-Accelerate-Action|IDEA|service-dep,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Internal-Audit-Service|IAS|service-dep,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Legal-Service|SJ|service-dep,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Library-and-e-Resources-Centre|-|service-dep,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Recovery-and-Resilience-Task-Force|RECOVER|service-dep,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Secretariat-General|SG|service-dep,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Task-Force-for-Relations-with-the-United-Kingdom|UKTF|service-dep,
===
* McsEngl.DPO|Data-Protection-Officer|service-dep-EuoCom,
* EPSO|European-Personnel-Selection-Office|service-dep-EuoCom,
* McsEngl.EUSA|European-School-of-Administration|service-dep-EuoCom,
* McsEngl.FPI|Foreign-Policy-Instruments|service-dep-EuoCom,
* McsEngl.IAS|Internal-Audit-Service|service-dep-EuoCom,
* McsEngl.IDEA|Inspire--Debate--Engage-and-Accelerate-Action|service-dep-EuoCom,
* McsEngl.OIB|Infrastructure-and-Logistics-in-Brussels|service-dep-EuoCom,
* McsEngl.OIL|Infrastructure-and-Logistics-in-Luxembourg|service-dep-EuoCom,
* McsEngl.OLAF|European-Anti-Fraud-Office|service-dep-EuoCom,
* McsEngl.PMO|Administration-and-Payment-of-Individual-Entitlements|service-dep-EuoCom,
* McsEngl.RECOVER|Recovery-and-Resilience-Task-Force|service-dep-EuoCom,
* McsEngl.SG|Secretariat-General|service-dep-EuoCom,
* McsEngl.SJ|Legal-Service|service-dep-EuoCom,
* McsEngl.UKTF|Task-Force-for-Relations-with-the-United-Kingdom|service-dep-EuoCom,

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCom'service-department,

EuoComozn.executive-agency

description::
"As for all Executive Agencies, it is managed by a Director and a Steering Committee, both appointed by the Commission."
[{2020-12-22} https://erc.europa.eu/about-erc/erc-executive-agency-ercea]
===
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Consumers--Health--Agriculture-and-Food-Executive-Agency|CHAFEA,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Education--Audiovisual-and-Culture-Executive-Agency|EACEA,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Executive-Agency-for-Small-and-Medium-sized-Enterprises|EASME,
* European-Research-Council-Executive-Agency|ERCEA,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Innovation-and-Networks-Executive-Agency|INEA,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Research-Executive-Agency|REA,
===
* McsEngl.Consumers--Health--Agriculture-and-Food-Executive-Agency-of-EuoCom|CHAFEA,
* McsEngl.Education--Audiovisual-and-Culture-Executive-Agency-of-EuoCom|EACEA,
* McsEngl.Executive-Agency-for-Small-and-Medium-sized-Enterprises-of-EuoCom|EASME,
* European-Research-Council-Executive-Agency-of-EuoCom|ERCEA,
* McsEngl.Innovation-and-Networks-Executive-Agency-of-EuoCom|INEA,
* McsEngl.Research-Executive-Agency-of-EuoCom|REA,
===
* McsEngl.CHAFEA'(Consumers--Health--Agriculture-and-Food-Executive-Agency-of-EuoCom),
* McsEngl.EACEA'(Education--Audiovisual-and-Culture-Executive-Agency-of-EuoCom),
* McsEngl.EASME'(Executive-Agency-for-Small-and-Medium-sized-Enterprises-of-EuoCom),
* ERCEA'(European-Research-Council-Executive-Agency-of-EuoCom),
* McsEngl.INEA'(Innovation-and-Networks-Executive-Agency-of-EuoCom),
* McsEngl.REA'(Research-Executive-Agency-of-EuoCom),

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCom'executive-agency,
* McsEngl.EuoComozn.executive-agency,
* McsEngl.executive-agency-of-EuoCom,

EuoComozn.Eurostat (link)

EuoComozn.European-research-council

description::
"The ERC's mission is to encourage the highest quality research in Europe through competitive funding and to support investigator-driven frontier research across all fields, on the basis of scientific excellence.
The ERC complements other funding activities in Europe such as those of the national research funding agencies, and is a flagship component of Horizon 2020, the European Union's Research Framework Programme for 2014 to 2020."
[{2020-12-21} https://erc.europa.eu/about-erc/mission]
===
"The European Research Council, set up by the European Union in 2007, is the premiere European funding organisation for excellent frontier research. Every year, it selects and funds the very best, creative researchers of any nationality and age, to run projects based in Europe."
[{2020-12-21} https://erc.europa.eu/news/Five-distinguished-scientists-to-join-ERC-Scientific-Council]

name::
* McsEngl.ERC!=European-Research-Council,
* McsEngl.Erc-ozn!⇒EuoErc,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'European-Research-Council!⇒EuoErc,
* McsEngl.EuoComozn.European-research-council!⇒EuoErc,
* McsEngl.EuoErc,
* McsEngl.EuoErc!=European-Research-Council,
* McsEngl.European-Research-Council-of-EuoCom!⇒EuoErc,
* McsEngl.oznErc!⇒EuoErc,

sys-of-satisfiers of EuoErc

description::
"Every year, it selects and funds the very best, creative researchers of any nationality and age, to run projects based in Europe."
[{2020-12-21} https://erc.europa.eu/news/Five-distinguished-scientists-to-join-ERC-Scientific-Council]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoErc'sys-of-satisfiers,

project-funded of EuoErc

description::
"Since 2007, more than 9,500 projects have been selected to receive ERC funding throughout the EU Member States and the associated countries."
[{2020-12-22} https://erc.europa.eu/projects-figures/erc-funded-projects]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoErc'project-funde,

working-group of EuoErc

description::
"The Scientific Council may set up new Working Groups and discontinue existing ones in response to changing requirements. The Standing Committees and Working Groups meet normally several times per year in conjunction with Scientific Council plenary meetings or ERC Board meetings and can also work electronically. They report periodically on their work and conclusions to the plenary of the Scientific Council. Decisions taken by Committees and Working Groups must be confirmed by the Scientific Council to be formally adopted.
The Standing Committees and Working Groups are supported by the Scientific Council's Secretariat and other members of the ERCEA staff as appropriate."
[{2020-12-22} https://erc.europa.eu/about-erc/thematic-working-groups]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoErc'working-group,

standing-committee of EuoErc

description::
"The Scientific Council has the responsibility of establishing the overall strategy of the ERC, including through the annual ERC Work Programmes and by determining the methods and procedures for peer review and proposal evaluation. The Scientific Council may set up, from amongst its 22 members, Standing Committees, Working Groups and other structures addressing specific tasks in practice and in accordance with its Rules of Procedure (Article 6 (1))."
[{2020-12-22} https://erc.europa.eu/about-erc/erc-standing-committees]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoErc'standing-committee,

sys-of-governance of EuoErc

description::
· the-governance-system of Erc-ozn.

name::
* McsEngl.EuoErc'sys-of-governance!⇒EuoErcgvc,
* McsEngl.EuoErcgvc,

scientific-council of EuoErcgvc

description::
"The Scientific Council establishes the work programme for the implementation of the ERC activities."
[{2020-12-21} https://erc.europa.eu/about-erc/erc-president-and-scientific-council]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoErcgvc'scientific-council,

president of EuoErcgvc

description::
"The Chair of the Scientific Council is the President of the ERC and the formal representative of the ERC, including its Scientific Council, to the European Commission and other bodies.
The President also chairs the ERC Board and Scientific Council meetings and prepares the agenda."
[{2020-12-22} https://erc.europa.eu/about-erc/erc-president-and-scientific-council]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoErc'president,

vice-president of EuoErcgvc

description::
"The President is assisted by three Vice-Presidents who are equally the Vice-Chairs of the Scientific Council. They represent the three ERC domains."
[{2020-12-22} https://erc.europa.eu/about-erc/erc-president-and-scientific-council]
* Physical sciences and Engineering,
* Life Sciences,
* Social Sciences and Humanities,

name::
* McsEngl.EuoErc'vice-president,

executive-agency of EuoErcgvc

description::
"The ERC Executive Agency (ERCEA), implements the ERC strategy as set by the Scientific Council, and is in charge of the day to day grant administration."
[{2020-12-22} https://erc.europa.eu/about-erc/erc-executive-agency-ercea]

name::
* McsEngl.ERCEA!=European-Research-Council-Executive-Agency,
* McsEngl.ERC-Executive-Agency!⇒EuoErcea,
* McsEngl.EuoErc'executive-agency!⇒EuoErcea,
* McsEngl.EuoErcea,
* McsEngl.EuoErcea!=European-Research-Council-Executive-Agency,
* McsEngl.European-Research-Council-Executive-Agency-(ERCEA)!⇒EuoErcea,

director of EuoErcea

description::
"The ERCEA is led by the Director, who is responsible for the day-to-day management of the agency and its staff and also for the implementation of the ERC's strategy and positions, as defined by the ERC Scientific Council."
[{2020-12-22} https://erc.europa.eu/about-erc/erc-executive-agency-ercea]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoErcea'director,

steering-committee of EuoErcea

description::
"The ERCEA Steering Committee is the body that supervises the operations of the ERCEA. It adopts the Agency's annual work programmes, administrative budget and annual reports."
[{2020-12-22} https://erc.europa.eu/about-erc/erc-executive-agency-ercea]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoErcea'steering-committee,

info-resource of EuoErc

description::
* https://erc.europa.eu/,

name::
* McsEngl.EuoErc'Infrsc,

EuoComozn.European-personnel-selection-office

description::
"EPSO's role is to serve the EU institutions by providing high quality, efficient and effective selection procedures that enable them to recruit the right person, for the right job, at the right time. For the full picture on how EPSO works, watch our video!
EPSO is an interinstitutional office responsible for selecting staff to work for all institutions and agencies of the European Union including the European Parliament, the Council, the European Commission, the Court of Justice, the Court of Auditors, the European External Action Service, the Economic and Social Committee, the Committee of the Regions, the European Data Protection Supervisor and the European Ombudsman. Each institution recruits staff from among the pool of successful candidates provided by EPSO.
Since it became operational in January 2003, EPSO has developed into a state-of-the-art, ever evolving selection hub for the EU institutions. To ensure that the EU institutions recruit the best candidates to work on the demanding challenges that Europe faces, EPSO keeps a constant eye on trends in the employment market, broadens its social networks and maintains regular contacts with international organisations such as the UN and the African Union to share best practice.
EPSO is at the forefront of candidate testing methods. In recent years, testing has moved away from knowledge-based exams to everyday work simulations that assess candidates' general competencies. These assessments are increasingly interactive and are always being refined. Notable recent innovations have been the introduction of a computer-based email test (e-tray) and remote video interviews.
This pursuit of excellence in the field of selection and EPSO's testing innovations has been recognised by testing bodies across the globe and EPSO regularly speaks at testing conferences. Indeed, EPSO is compliant with the ISO 10667 international standard for assessments in the workplace and, over the coming years, will strive to reduce further the time taken to run selection procedures.
Today, EPSO processes on average 50,000 applications a year for approximately 1,500 places. Testing is carried out in 24 languages – this is unique in the selection world. If you would like a taste of the type of selection tests that EPSO organises for candidates, test yourself with our Sample Tests.
The large volume of applications that EPSO receives each year is testament to EPSO's well-regarded Employer Value Proposition that offers candidates a lifetime of different jobs, the opportunity to work abroad and interesting and challenging work that affects the lives of millions of EU citizens. In fact, according to the leading recruitment research institute Trendence Graduate Barometer, the EU institutions rank high among Europe's top 100 employers, and in 2015, the Belgian branch of the Dutch multinational human resource consulting firm Randstad Holding NV placed the European Commission – thanks to EPSO's branding initiatives - top of its employer rankings for that year.
EPSO also works closely with the institutions to improve the recruitment process for those who succeed in open competitions - making the entire system more transparent and user friendly.
Visit the European Commission’s dedicated page to find Information on meetings held by EPSO’s Director"
[{2021-01-16} https://epso.europa.eu/about-epso_en]

name::
* McsEngl.EPSO!⇒EuoEpso,
* McsEngl.EPSO!=European-personnel-selection-office,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'European-Personnel-Selection-Office|EPSO|service-dep!⇒EuoEpso,
* McsEngl.EuoComozn.European-personnel-selection-office!⇒EuoEpso,
* McsEngl.European-Personnel-Selection-Office|EPSO|service-dep-EuoCom!⇒EuoEpso,
* McsEngl.EuoEpso,
* McsEngl.EuoEpso!=European-personnel-selection-office,

place of EuoCom

description::
· Charlemagne building:
Rue de la Loi 170
1040 Brussels
Belgium

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCom'place,

info-resource of EuoCom

description::
* https://ec.europa.eu/info/about-european-commission_en,
* https://ec.europa.eu/info/about-european-commission/service-standards-and-principles_en,

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Infrsc,

DOING of EuoCom

description::
"Tasks
* Initiating Union legislation,
* Monitoring observance and proper application of Union law,
* Administering and implementing Union legislation,
* Representing the EU in international organisations,"
[{2020-11-29} https://op.europa.eu/webpub/com/abc-of-eu-law/en/]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCom'doing,

EuoCom.7-{2019-}-Von-der-Leyen

description::
"The von der Leyen Commission is the current European Commission, in office since 1 December 2019. Its president is Ursula von der Leyen, who presides over a commission composed of one commissioner from each of the states composing the European Union, except Germany, which is von der Leyen's member state."
[{2020-12-24} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Von_der_Leyen_Commission]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCom.7-{2019-}-Von-der-Leyen!⇒EuoCom2019,
* McsEngl.EuoCom.{2019-}-7-Von-der-Leyen!⇒EuoCom2019,
* McsEngl.EuoCom.Von-der-Leyen-7-{2019-}!⇒EuoCom2019,
* McsEngl.EuoCom2019,
* McsEngl.Von-der-Leyen-Commission-{2019-}!⇒EuoCom2019,

EuoCom.6-{2014-2019}-Juncker

description::
"The Juncker Commission was the European Commission in office from 1 November 2014 to 30 November 2019. Its president was Jean-Claude Juncker, who presided over 27 other commissioners (one from each of the states composing the European Union, except Luxembourg, which is Juncker's state). In July 2014, Juncker was officially elected to succeed Josι Manuel Barroso, who completed his second five-year term in that year.[1]"
[{2020-12-24} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juncker_Commission]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCom.6-{2014-2019}-Juncker!⇒EuoCom2014,
* McsEngl.EuoCom.{2014-2019}-6-Juncker!⇒EuoCom2014,
* McsEngl.EuoCom.Juncker-6-{2014-2019}!⇒EuoCom2014,
* McsEngl.EuoCom2014,
* McsEngl.Juncker-Commission-{2014-2019}!⇒EuoCom2014,

EuoCom.4-5-{2004-2014}-Barroso

description::
"The Barroso Commission was the European Commission in office from 22 November 2004 until 31 October 2014. Its president was Josι Manuel Barroso, who presided over 27 other commissioners (one from each of the states composing the European Union, aside from Portugal, which is Barroso's state).[1] On 16 September 2009 Barroso was re-elected by the European Parliament for a further five years[2] and his Commission was approved to take office on 9 February 2010.[3]
Barroso was at first seen as the lowest common denominator by outside commentators, but his proposed team of Commissioners earned him some respect[4] before triggering a crisis when the European Parliament objected to some of them, forcing a reshuffle.[5] In 2007 the Commission gained two new members when Romania and Bulgaria joined the European Union.[6]
Barroso's handling of his office was markedly more Presidential than his predecessors'.[7] During his term the Commission passed major legislation including the REACH[8] and 'Bolkestein' Directives.[9] Under Barroso, the civil service in the Commission became more economically liberal.[10]"
[{2020-12-24} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barroso_Commission]

name::
* McsEngl.Barroso-Commission!⇒EuoComBarroso,
* McsEngl.EuoCom.4-5-{2004-2009-2014}-Barroso!⇒EuoComBarroso,
* McsEngl.EuoComBarroso,

EuoCom.5-{2009-2014}-Barroso

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCom.5-{2009-2014}-Barroso!⇒EuoCom2009,
* McsEngl.EuoCom.Barroso-{2009-2014}-5!⇒EuoCom2009,
* McsEngl.EuoCom.{2009-2014}-5-Barroso!⇒EuoCom2009,
* McsEngl.EuoCom2009,

EuoCom.4-{2004-2009}-Barroso

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCom.4-{2004-2009}-Barroso!⇒EuoCom2004,
* McsEngl.EuoCom.Barroso-4-{2004-2009}!⇒EuoCom2004,
* McsEngl.EuoCom.{2004-2009}-4-Barroso!⇒EuoCom2004,
* McsEngl.EuoCom2004,

EuoCom.3-{1999-2004}-Prodi

description::
"The commission took office on 16 September 1999[1] following the scandal and subsequent resignation of the Santer Commission which had damaged the reputation of the institution. The College consisted of 20 Commissioners which grew to 30 following the Enlargement of the European Union in 2004. It was the last commission to see two members allocated to the larger member states.
This commission (the 10th) saw in increase in power and influence following the Amsterdam Treaty. Some in the media described president Prodi as being the first "Prime Minister of the European Union".[2][3]
As well as the enlargement and Amsterdam Treaty, the Prodi Commission also saw the signing and enforcement of the Nice Treaty as well as the conclusion and signing of the European Constitution: in which he introduced the "Convention method" of negotiation. From 1999 Prodi saw in the euro and by 2002 it came into cash form and the single currency for 12 of the EU's 15 member states.[4] The body was however criticised for being lacklustre, with poor communication and failing to make an impact despite major events such as enlargement and the euro.[5]
The commission was due to leave office on 31 October 2004, but due to opposition from the European parliament to the proposed Barroso Commission which would succeed it, it was extended and finally left office on 21 November 2004."
[{2020-12-24} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prodi_Commission]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCom.3-{1999-2004}-Prodi!⇒EuoCom1999,
* McsEngl.EuoCom.Prodi-{1999-2004}-3!⇒EuoCom1999,
* McsEngl.EuoCom.{1999-2004}-3-Prodi!⇒EuoCom1999,
* McsEngl.EuoCom1999,
* McsEngl.Prodi-Commission-{1999-2004}-3!⇒EuoCom1999,

EuoCom.2-{1995-1999}-Santer

description::
"The Santer Commission was the European Commission in office between 23 January 1995 and 15 March 1999. The administration was led by Jacques Santer (former Prime Minister of Luxembourg).
The body had 20 members and oversaw the introduction of the euro. It was cut short when the Commission became the first to resign en masse, owing to allegations of corruption. Some members continued under Manuel Marνn until the Prodi Commission was appointed."
[{2020-12-24} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santer_Commission]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCom.2-{1995-1999}-Santer!⇒EuoCom1995,
* McsEngl.EuoCom.Santer-{1995-1999}-2!⇒EuoCom1995,
* McsEngl.EuoCom.{1995-1999}-2-Santer!⇒EuoCom1995,
* McsEngl.EuoCom1995,
* McsEngl.Santer-Commission-{1995-1999}-2!⇒EuoCom1995,

EuoCom.{1985-1988-1992-1995}-Delors

description::
"The Delors Commission was the administration of Jacques Delors, the eighth President of the European Commission. Delors presided over the European Commission for three terms (though the last one lasted for around a year). The first term lasted from 1985 to 1988, the second until 1992 and the final one until 1994, making Delors the longest serving president, and his Commission is also seen as the most successful at advancing European integration. It was the only Commission to serve three times, and Delors served five two-year terms (as they were then).[1] The third Commission was the first Commission of the European Union, the Maastricht Treaty having come into force in 1993."
[{2020-12-24} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delors_Commission]

name::
* McsEngl.Delors-Commission-{1985-1988-1992-1995}!⇒EuoComDelors,
* McsEngl.EuoCom.{1985-1988-1992-1995}-Delors!⇒EuoComDelors,
* McsEngl.EuoCom.Delors-{1985-1988-1992-1995}!⇒EuoComDelors,
* McsEngl.EuoComDelors,

EuoCom.1-{1992-1995}-Delors

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCom.1-{1992-1995}-Delors!⇒EuoCom1992,
* McsEngl.EuoCom.Delors-{1992-1995}-1!⇒EuoCom1992,
* McsEngl.EuoCom.Delors-III-{1992-1995}-1!⇒EuoCom1992,
* McsEngl.EuoCom.{1992-1995}-1-Delors!⇒EuoCom1992,
* McsEngl.EuoCom1992,

EuoCom.{1988-1992}-Delors

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCom.{1988-1992}-Delors!⇒EuoCom1988,
* McsEngl.EuoCom.Delors-{1988-1992}!⇒EuoCom1988,
* McsEngl.EuoCom.Delors-II-{1988-1992}!⇒EuoCom1988,
* McsEngl.EuoCom1988,

EuoCom.{1985-1988}-Delors

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCom.{1985-1988}-Delors!⇒EuoCom1985,
* McsEngl.EuoCom.Delors-{1985-1988}!⇒EuoCom1985,
* McsEngl.EuoCom.Delors-I-{1985-1988}!⇒EuoCom1985,
* McsEngl.EuoCom1985,

EuoCom.{1981-1985}-Thorn

description::
"It was the successor to the Jenkins Commission and was succeeded by the Delors Commission. With a current economic crisis, it had to speed up enlargement to Greece, Spain and Portugal while making steps towards the Single European Act in 1985.[1] However, with a period of eurosclerosis, due to economic problems and British vetoing over the Community budget, Thorn was unable to exert his influence to any significant extent.[2]"
[{2020-12-24} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thorn_Commission]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCom.{1981-1985}-Thorn!⇒EuoCom1981,
* McsEngl.EuoCom.Thorn-{1981-1985}!⇒EuoCom1981,
* McsEngl.EuoCom1981,
* McsEngl.Thorn-Commission-{1981-1985}!⇒EuoCom1981,

EuoCom.{1977-1981}-Jenkis

description::
"It was the successor to the Ortoli Commission and was succeeded by the Thorn Commission. Despite stagnating growth and a higher energy bill, the Jenkins Commission oversaw the development of the Economic and Monetary Union of the European Union from 1977, which began in 1979 as the European Monetary System, a forerunner of the Single Currency or euro.[1][2] President Jenkins was the first President to attend a G8 summit on behalf of the Community.[3]"
[{2020-12-24} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jenkins_Commission_(EU)]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCom.{1977-1981}-Jenkis!⇒EuoCom1977,
* McsEngl.EuoCom.Jenkis-{1977-1981}!⇒EuoCom1977,
* McsEngl.EuoCom1977,
* McsEngl.Jenkis-Commission-{1977-1981}!⇒EuoCom1977,

EuoCom.{1973-1977}-Ortoli

description::
"It was the successor to the Mansholt Commission and was succeeded by the Jenkins Commission. It was the first Commission since the first enlargement at the start of the year. It managed the extended Community during the instability of the Yom Kippur war, the 1973 oil crisis and the Turkish invasion of Cyprus.[1]"
[{2020-12-24} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ortoli_Commission]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCom.{1973-1977}-Ortoli!⇒EuoCom1973,
* McsEngl.EuoCom.Ortoli-{1973-1977}!⇒EuoCom1973,
* McsEngl.EuoCom1973,
* McsEngl.Ortoli-Commission-{1973-1977}!⇒EuoCom1973,

EuoCom.{1972-1973}-Mansholt

description::
"It was the successor to the Malfatti Commission and was succeeded by the Ortoli Commission. It oversaw the creation of the European Monetary System on 24 April 1972 and the first enlargement on 1 January 1973.[1]"
[{2020-12-24} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mansholt_Commission]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCom.{1972-1973}-Mansholt!⇒EuoCom1972,
* McsEngl.EuoCom.Mansholt-{1972-1973}!⇒EuoCom1972,
* McsEngl.EuoCom1972,
* McsEngl.Mansholt-Commission-{1972-1973}!⇒EuoCom1972,

EuoCom.{1970-1972}-Malfatti

description::
"It was the successor to the Rey Commission and was succeeded by the Mansholt Commission. The Malfatti Commission began as the integration process was relaunched: the EC adopting a financial framework and competing the single market. There was also the beginnings of political cooperation, monetary cooperation and of enlargement as talks opened with Denmark, Ireland, Norway and the United Kingdom.[1]"
[{2020-12-24} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malfatti_Commission]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCom.{1970-1972}-Malfatti!⇒EuoCom1970,
* McsEngl.EuoCom.Malfatti-{1970-1972}!⇒EuoCom1970,
* McsEngl.EuoCom1970,
* McsEngl.Malfatti-Commission-{1970-1972}!⇒EuoCom1970,

EuoCom.{1967-1970}-Rey

description::
"It was the first commission of the merged European Communities. It was the successor to the Hallstein Commission and was succeeded by the Malfatti Commission. The commission worked to reinforce the Communities' institutions and increase the powers of the European Parliament. It also campaigned for an elected parliament, which was achieved later in 1979. It oversaw the competition of the customs union in 1968.[1]
Rey played an important role the Summit of The Hague in 1969, where the European leaders decided to relaunch European integration with two new initiatives: on the one hand, Economic and Monetary Union of the European Union (EMU), and on the other hand, European Political Cooperation (EPC), which foreshadow the euro and the Common Foreign and Security Policy of the European Union today.
Finally, in 1970, the last year of this mandate, Rey managed to win the European governments' support for his proposal to give the Community "own resources". This meant that the EEC no longer depended exclusively on contributions by the member states, but could complete these with revenues from customs duties, levies on agricultural products from outside the EEC, in addition to a share of the VAT revenue."
[{2020-12-24} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rey_Commission]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCom.{1967-1970}-Rey!⇒EuoCom1967,
* McsEngl.EuoCom.Rey-{1967-1970}!⇒EuoCom1967,
* McsEngl.EuoCom1967,
* McsEngl.Rey-Commission-{1967-1970}!⇒EuoCom1967,

EuoCom.{1958-1967}-Hallstein

description::
"It was the first Commission on the European Economic Community and held its first formal meeting on 16 January 1958 at the Chβteau of Val-Duchesse.[1] It was succeeded by the Rey Commission. It served two terms and had 9 members (two each from France, Italy and Germany, one each from Luxembourg, Belgium and the Netherlands).[2] It began work on the European single market and the Common Agricultural Policy. [3] The Commission enjoyed a number of successes, such as the cereal prices accord which it managed to achieve in the wake of de Gaulle's veto of Britain's membership. De Gaulle was a major opponent to the Commission, and proposals such as the cereal prices accord were designed to bind France closer to the EEC to make it harder to break it up. Its work gained it esteem and prestige not only from the member states, but from outside the Community when the Commission made its debut at the Kennedy Round.[4]"
[{2020-12-24} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hallstein_Commission]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCom.{1958-1967}-Hallstein!⇒EuoCom1958,
* McsEngl.EuoCom.Hallstein-{1958-1967}!⇒EuoCom1958,
* McsEngl.EuoCom1958,

law (link) of Eusaadmn

political-party of Eusaadmn

description::
"A European political party, known formally as a political party at European level[1] and informally as a Europarty,[2] is a type of political party organisation operating transnationally in Europe and within the institutions of the European Union. They are regulated and funded by the European Union and are usually made up of national parties, not individuals. Europarties have the exclusive right to campaign during the European elections and express themselves within the European Parliament by their affiliated political groups and their MEPs.[3] Europarties influence the decision-making process of the European Council through coordination meetings with their affiliated heads of state and government. They also work closely and co-ordinate with their affiliated members of the European Commission.
The term "political party in the EU" can mean three different types of entities: domestic political parties, political groups in the European Parliament, and European political parties.[4]"
[{2020-12-24} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_political_party]

name::
* McsEngl.Eusaadmn'political-party!⇒EuoParty,
* McsEngl.EuoParty,
* McsEngl.Europarty!⇒EuoParty,
* McsEngl.European-political-party!⇒EuoParty,
* McsEngl.political-party-at-European-level!⇒EuoParty,
* McsEngl.political-party-of-Eu!⇒EuoParty,

organization of Eusaadmn

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.EuoGvc, {2020-12-03},
* McsEngl.EuoGvc!=governance-organization-of-Eu,
* McsEngl.Euozn.governance!⇒EuoGvc,
* McsEngl.EuoznGvc!⇒EuoGvc,
* McsEngl.Eusaadmn'ozn!⇒EuoGvc,
* McsEngl.ogznGvcEus!⇒EuoGvc,
* McsEngl.socEusa'oznGvc!⇒EuoGvc,

info-resource of EuoGvc

description::
* https://europa.eu/european-union/contact/institutions-bodies_en,

name::
* McsEngl.EuoGvc'Infrsc,

EuoGvc.SPECIFIC

description::
* Court-of-Justice-of-the-European-Union,
* Council-of-EU,
* EU-Agency-for-Fundamental-Rights,
* Eurogroup,
* European-Central-Bank,
* European-Commission,
* European-Council,
* European-Parliament,
===
* elected-body,
** citizen-elected-body,
* electedNo-body,
* informal-body,
===
* agency,
* body,
* office,
* institution,

name::
* McsEngl.EuoGvc.specific,

EuoGvc.institution-001

description::
"The Union’s institutions shall be:
* the European Parliament,
* the European Council,
* the Council,
* the European Commission (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Commission’),
* the Court of Justice of the European Union,
* the European Central Bank,
* the Court of Auditors."
[{2020-11-29} https://op.europa.eu/webpub/com/abc-of-eu-law/en/]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoGvc.001-institution!⇒EuoIstn,
* McsEngl.EuoGvc.institution!⇒EuoIstn,
* McsEngl.EuoIstn,
* McsEngl.EuoIstn!=institution-of-Eu,
* McsEngl.Eusaadmn'institution!⇒EuoIstn,
* McsEngl.institution-of-Eu!⇒EuoIstn,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att024-institution!⇒EuoIstn,
* McsEngl.socEusa'institution!⇒EuoIstn,

ancillary-ozn of EuoIstn

description::
"The ancillary bodies in the institutional system of the EU are the European Investment Bank (EIB), the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions of the European Union."

name::
* McsEngl.EuoIstn'ancillary-body,

info-resource of EuoIstn

description::
* https://europa.eu/european-union/about-eu/institutions-bodies/,

name::
* McsEngl.EuoIstn'Infrsc,

EuoGvc.agency-002

description::
"EU agencies are distinct bodies from the EU institutions – separate legal entities set up to perform specific tasks under EU law."
[{2020-12-03} https://europa.eu/european-union/about-eu/agencies_en]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.EuoGvc.002-agency!⇒EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.EuoGvc.agency!⇒EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.agency-of-Eu!⇒EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att033-agency-of-Eu!⇒EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.socEusa'agency-of-Eu!⇒EuoAgency,

EuoAgency.SPECIFIC

description::
* McsEngl.Agency-for-the-Cooperation-of-Energy-Regulators|ACER-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.BBI-Joint-Undertaking-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.Clean-Sky-2-Joint-Undertaking-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.Community-Plant-Variety-Office|CPVO-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.Consumers--Health--Agriculture-and-Food-Executive-Agency|Chafea-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.ECSEL-Joint-Undertaking-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.Education--Audiovisual-and-Culture-Executive-Agency|EACEA-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Agency-for-Safety-and-Health-at-Work|EU-OSHA-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Asylum-Support-Office|EASO-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Aviation-Safety-Agency|EASA-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Banking-Authority|EBA-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Border-and-Coast-Guard-Agency|Frontex-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Centre-for-Disease-Prevention-and-Control|ECDC-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Centre-for-the-Development-of-Vocational-Training|Cedefop-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Chemicals-Agency|ECHA-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Defence-Agency|EDA-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Environment-Agency|EEA-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Fisheries-Control-Agency|EFCA-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Food-Safety-Authority|EFSA-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Foundation-for-the-Improvement-of-Living-and-Working-Conditions|Eurofound-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-GNSS-Agency|GSA-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Institute-for-Gender-Equality|EIGE-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Institute-of-Innovation-and-Technology|EIT-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Insurance-and-Occupational-Pensions-Authority|EIOPA-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Labour-Authority|ELA-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Maritime-Safety-Agency|EMSA-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Medicines-Agency|EMA-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Monitoring-Centre-for-Drugs-and-Drug-Addiction|EMCDDA-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Monitoring-Centre-for-Drugs-and-Addiction|EMCDDA-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Police-Office|Europol-EuoAgency,
* European-Research-Council-Executive-Agency|ERCEA-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Securities-and-Markets-Authority|ESMA-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Training-Foundation|ETF-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Union-Agency-for-Criminal-Justice-Cooperation|Eurojust-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Union-Agency-for-Cybersecurity|ENISA-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Union-Agency-for-Fundamental-Rights|FRA-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Union-Agency-for-large-scale-IT-systems|eu-LISA-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Union-Agency-for-Law-Enforcement-Training|CEPOL-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Union-Agency-for-Railways|ERA-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Union-Institute-for-Security-Studies|EUISS-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Union-Intellectual-Property-Office|EUIPO-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.European-Union-Satellite-Centre|Satcen-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.Executive-Agency-for-Small-and-Medium-sized-enterprises|EASME-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.Fuel-Cells-and-Hydrogen-2-Joint-Undertaking-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.Fusion-for-Energy-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.IMI-2-Joint-Undertaking|IMI-2-JU-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.Innovation-&-Networks-Executive-Agency|INEA-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.Office-of-the-Body-of-European-Regulators-for-Electronic-Communications|BEREC-Office-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.Research-Executive-Agency|REA-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.SESAR-Joint-Undertaking-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.The-Single-Resolution-Board|SRB-EuoAgency,
* McsEngl.Translation-Centre-for-the-Bodies-of-the-European-Union|CdT-EuoAgency,
===
* McsEngl.ACER'(Agency-for-the-Cooperation-of-Energy-Regulators-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.BEREC-Office'(Office-of-the-Body-of-European-Regulators-for-Electronic-Communications-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.CEPOL'(European-Union-Agency-for-Law-Enforcement-Training-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.CPVO'(Community-Plant-Variety-Office-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.CdT'(Translation-Centre-for-the-Bodies-of-the-European-Union-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.Cedefop'(European-Centre-for-the-Development-of-Vocational-Training-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.Chafea'(Consumers--Health--Agriculture-and-Food-Executive-Agency-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.EACEA'(Education--Audiovisual-and-Culture-Executive-Agency-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.EASA'(European-Aviation-Safety-Agency-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.EASME'(Executive-Agency-for-Small-and-Medium-sized-enterprises-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.EASO'(European-Asylum-Support-Office-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.EBA'(European-Banking-Authority-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.ECDC'(European-Centre-for-Disease-Prevention-and-Control-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.ECHA'(European-Chemicals-Agency-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.ECSEL-Joint-Undertaking,
* McsEngl.EDA'(European-Defence-Agency-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.EEA'(European-Environment-Agency-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.EFCA'(European-Fisheries-Control-Agency-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.EFSA'(European-Food-Safety-Authority-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.EIGE'(European-Institute-for-Gender-Equality-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.EIOPA'(European-Insurance-and-Occupational-Pensions-Authority-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.EIT'(European-Institute-of-Innovation-and-Technology-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.ELA'(European-Labour-Authority-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.EMA'(European-Medicines-Agency-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.EMCDDA'(European-Monitoring-Centre-for-Drugs-and-Addiction-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.EMCDDA'(European-Monitoring-Centre-for-Drugs-and-Drug-Addiction-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.EMSA'(European-Maritime-Safety-Agency-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.ENISA'(European-Union-Agency-for-Cybersecurity-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.ERA'(European-Union-Agency-for-Railways-EuoAgency),
* ERCEA'(European-Research-Council-Executive-Agency-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.ESMA'(European-Securities-and-Markets-Authority-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.ETF'(European-Training-Foundation-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.EU-OSHA'(European-Agency-for-Safety-and-Health-at-Work-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.EUIPO'(European-Union-Intellectual-Property-Office-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.EUISS'(European-Union-Institute-for-Security-Studies-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.Eurofound'(European-Foundation-for-the-Improvement-of-Living-and-Working-Conditions-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.Eurojust'(European-Union-Agency-for-Criminal-Justice-Cooperation-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.Europol'(European-Police-Office-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.FRA'(European-Union-Agency-for-Fundamental-Rights-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.Frontex'(European-Border-and-Coast-Guard-Agency-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.GSA'(European-GNSS-Agency-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.IMI-2-JU'(IMI-2-Joint-Undertaking-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.INEA'(Innovation-&-Networks-Executive-Agency-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.REA'(Research-Executive-Agency-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.SRB'(The-Single-Resolution-Board-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.Satcen'(European-Union-Satellite-Centre-EuoAgency),
* McsEngl.eu-LISA'(European-Union-Agency-for-large-scale-IT-systems-EuoAgency),
[{2020-12-19} https://europa.eu/european-union/contact/institutions-bodies_en#agencies]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoAgency.specific,

EuoAgency.decentralized

description::
"Decentralised EU agencies play an important role in the European Union (EU). They help make Europe more competitive and a better place to live and work, thus serving the interests of EU residents as a whole.
What are the decentralised agencies?
These agencies have been set up by the EU to perform technical and scientific tasks that help the EU institutions implement policies and take decisions. They are spread across the EU.
What do they do?
They work on issues and problems affecting the everyday lives of the 500m people living in the EU. They have a major impact, providing EU institutions and countries with specialised knowledge in areas as diverse as:
* the food we eat
* our medicines
* the chemicals we come into contact with
* our education
* the quality of our working lives & environment
* justice
* transport safety
* security
* our fundamental rights
* knowledge
* provide services to members of the public and industry."

name::
* McsEngl.EuoAgency.decentralized!⇒EuoAdc,
* McsEngl.EuoAdc,
* McsEngl.EuoAdc!=decentralized-agency-of-Eu,

specific-tree-of-EuoAdc::
* McsEngl.ACER'(Agency-for-the-Cooperation-of-Energy-Regulators),
* McsEngl.BEREC-Office'(Agency-for-Support-for-BEREC),
* McsEngl.CEPOL'(European-Union-Agency-for-Law-Enforcement-Training),
* McsEngl.CPVO'(Community-Plant-Variety-Office),
* McsEngl.CdT'(Translation-Centre-for-the-Bodies-of-the-European-Union),
* McsEngl.Cedefop'(European-Centre-for-the-Development-of-Vocational-Training),
* McsEngl.EASA'(European-Union-Aviation-Safety-Agency),
* McsEngl.EASO'(European-Asylum-Support-Office),
* McsEngl.EBA'(European-Banking-Authority),
* McsEngl.ECDC'(European-Centre-for-Disease-Prevention-and-Control),
* McsEngl.ECHA'(European-Chemicals-Agency),
* McsEngl.EEA'(European-Environment-Agency),
* McsEngl.EFCA'(European-Fisheries-Control-Agency),
* McsEngl.EFSA'(European-Food-Safety-Authority),
* McsEngl.EIGE'(European-Institute-for-Gender-Equality),
* McsEngl.EIOPA'(European-Insurance-and-Occupational-Pensions-Authority),
* McsEngl.ELA'(European-Labour-Authority),
* McsEngl.EMA'(European-Medicines-Agency),
* McsEngl.EMCDDA'(European-Monitoring-Centre-for-Drugs-and-Drug-Addiction),
* McsEngl.EMSA'(European-Maritime-Safety-Agency),
* McsEngl.ENISA'(European-Union-Agency-for-Cybersecurity),
* McsEngl.ERA'(European-Union-Agency-for-Railways),
* McsEngl.ESMA'(The-European-Securities-and-Markets-Authority),
* McsEngl.ETF'(European-Training-Foundation),
* McsEngl.EU-OSHA'(European-Agency-for-Safety-and-Health-at-Work),
* McsEngl.EUIPO'(European-Union-Intellectual-Property-Office),
* McsEngl.Eurofound'(European-Foundation-for-the-Improvement-of-Living-and-Working-Conditions),
* McsEngl.Eurojust'(European-Union-Agency-for-Criminal-Justice-Cooperation),
* McsEngl.Europol'(European-Police-Office),
* McsEngl.FRA'(European-Union-Agency-for-Fundamental-Rights),
* McsEngl.Frontex'(European-Border-and-Coast-Guard-Agency),
* McsEngl.GSA'(European-GNSS-Agency),
* McsEngl.SRB'(Single-Resolution-Board),
* McsEngl.eu-LISA'(European-Agency-for-the-operational-management-of-large-scale-IT-systems-in-the-area-of-freedom,-security-and-justice),
===
* Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER),
* European Labour Authority,
* Agency for Support for BEREC (BEREC Office),
* Community Plant Variety Office (CPVO),
* European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA),
* European Border and Coast Guard Agency (Frontex),
* European Agency for the operational management of large-scale IT systems in the area of freedom, security and justice (eu-LISA),
* European Asylum Support Office (EASO),
* European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA),
* European Banking Authority (EBA),
* European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC),
* European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop),
* European Chemicals Agency (ECHA),
* European Environment Agency (EEA),
* European Fisheries Control Agency (EFCA),
* European Food Safety Authority (EFSA),
* European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Eurofound),
* European GNSS Agency (GSA),
* European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE),
* European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA),
* European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA),
* European Medicines Agency (EMA),
* European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA),
* European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA),
* European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL),
* European Police Office (Europol),
* European Union Agency for Railways (ERA),
* The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA),
* European Training Foundation (ETF),
* European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA),
* European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO),
* Single Resolution Board (SRB),
* European Union Agency for Criminal Justice Cooperation (Eurojust),
* Translation Centre for the Bodies of the European Union (CdT),

EuoGvc.Eurogroup-003

description::
"The Eurogroup is an informal body where the ministers of the euro area member states discuss matters relating to their shared responsibilities related to the euro.
Tasks
Its main task is to ensure close coordination of economic policies among the euro area member states. It also aims to promote conditions for stronger economic growth.
The Eurogroup is also responsible for preparing the Euro Summit meetings and for their follow-up."
[{2020-11-28} https://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/council-eu/eurogroup/]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoEurogroup,
* McsEngl.EuoGvc.003-Eurogroup!⇒EuoEurogroup,
* McsEngl.EuoGvc.Eurogroup!⇒EuoEurogroup,
* McsEngl.Eurogroup!⇒EuoEurogroup,
* McsEngl.Eusaadmn'Eurogroup!⇒EuoEurogroup,
* McsEngl.ogznGvcEus.Eurogroup!⇒EuoEurogroup,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att023-Eurogroup!⇒EuoEurogroup,
* McsEngl.socEusa'Eurogroup!⇒EuoEurogroup,

EuoGvc.Economic-and-Social-Committee-004

description::
"The European Parliament, the Council and the Commission shall be assisted by an Economic and Social Committee and a Committee of the Regions acting in an advisory capacity."
[{2020-11-29} https://op.europa.eu/webpub/com/abc-of-eu-law/en/]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoEsc,
* McsEngl.EuoEsc!=Economic-and-social-committee,
* McsEngl.EuoGvc.004-Economic-and-social-committee!⇒EuoEsc,
* McsEngl.EuoGvc.Economic-and-social-committee!⇒EuoEsc,
* McsEngl.Eusaadmn'Economic-and-social-committee!⇒EuoEsc,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att025-Economic-and-social-committee!⇒EuoEsc,
* McsEngl.socEusa'Economic-and-social-committee!⇒EuoEsc,

EuoGvc.Committee-of-the-Regions-005

description::
"The European Parliament, the Council and the Commission shall be assisted by an Economic and Social Committee and a Committee of the Regions acting in an advisory capacity."
[{2020-11-29} https://op.europa.eu/webpub/com/abc-of-eu-law/en/]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCtr,
* McsEngl.EuoCtr!=Committee-of-the-Regions-of-Eu,
* McsEngl.EuoGvc.005-Committee-of-the-Regions!⇒EuoCtr,
* McsEngl.EuoGvc.Committee-of-the-Regions!⇒EuoCtr,
* McsEngl.Eusaadmn'Committee-of-the-Regions!⇒EuoCtr,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att026-Committee-of-the-Regions!⇒EuoCtr,
* McsEngl.socEusa'Committee-of-the-Regions!⇒EuoCtr,

descriptionLong::
"Committee of the Regions of the European Union (Article 305 TFEU)
A new advisory body was set up alongside the Economic and Social Committee by the TEU (Treaty of Maastricht): the Committee of the Regions. Like the European Economic and Social Committee, it is not strictly an EU institution, as its function is purely advisory. It is not its task to produce legally binding decisions in the same way as the fully fledged EU institutions (European Parliament, European Council, Council of the European Union, European Commission, CJEU, ECB, European Court of Auditors).
Like the Economic and Social Committee, the Committee of the Regions consists of 350 members. The members are representatives of regional and local authorities in the Member States who must have a mandate based on elections from the authorities they represent, or must be politically accountable to them.
There are a number of areas in which consultation by the Council of the European Union or the Commission is required (‘mandatory consultation’): education; culture; public health; trans-European networks; transport, telecommunications and energy infrastructure; economic and social cohesion; employment policy and social legislation. The Council also consults the Committee of the Regions regularly, and without any legal obligation, in connection with a wide range of draft legislation (‘non-mandatory consultation’)."
[{2020-11-29} https://op.europa.eu/webpub/com/abc-of-eu-law/en/]

EuoGvc.European-Central-Bank-006

description::
"The European Central Bank (Articles 129 and 130 TFEU)
The ECB, based in Frankfurt-am-Main, is at the heart of economic and monetary union. Its task is to maintain the stability of the EU currency, the euro, and control the amount of currency in circulation (Article 128 TFEU).
In order to carry out this task, the ECB’s independence is guaranteed by numerous legal provisions. When exercising their powers or carrying out their tasks and duties, neither the ECB nor a national central bank may take instructions from Union institutions, governments of Member States or any other body. The EU institutions and the Member States’ governments will not seek to influence the ECB (Article 130 TFEU).
The European System of Central Banks is composed of the ECB and of the central banks of the Member States (Article 129 TFEU). It has the task of defining and implementing the monetary policy of the Union, and has the exclusive right to authorise the issue of banknotes and coins within the Union. It also manages the official currency reserves of the Member States and ensures the smooth operation of payments systems (Article 127(2) TFEU)."
[{2020-11-29} https://op.europa.eu/webpub/com/abc-of-eu-law/en/]

name::
* McsEngl.ECB!=European-Central-Bank,
* McsEngl.EuoEcb,
* McsEngl.EuoEcb!=European-Central-Bank,
* McsEngl.EuoGvc.006-European-Central-Bank!⇒EuoEcb,
* McsEngl.EuoGvc.European-Central-Bank!⇒EuoEcb,
* McsEngl.European-Central-Bank!⇒EuoEcb,
* McsEngl.Eusaadmn'Central-Bank!⇒EuoEcb,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att027-Central-Bank!⇒EuoEcb,
* McsEngl.socEusa'Central-Bank!⇒EuoEcb,

addressWpg::
* https://europa.eu/european-union/about-eu/institutions-bodies/european-central-bank_en,

EuoGvc.ESCB-011

description::
"The ESCB comprises the ECB and the national central banks (NCBs) of all EU Member States whether they have adopted the euro or not."
[{2020-12-27} https://www.ecb.europa.eu/ecb/orga/escb/html/index.en.html]

name::
* McsEngl.ESCB!=European-system-of-central-banks,
* McsEngl.EuoEscb,
* McsEngl.EuoEscb!=European-system-of-central-banks,
* McsEngl.EuoGvc.011-ESCB!⇒EuoEscb,
* McsEngl.EuoGvc.ESCB!⇒EuoEscb,
* McsEngl.European-system-of-central-banks!⇒EuoEscb,

EuoGvc.Eurosystem-012

description::
"The Eurosystem comprises the ECB and the NCBs of those countries that have adopted the euro.
The Eurosystem and the ESCB will co-exist as long as there are EU Member States outside the euro area."
[{2020-12-27} https://www.ecb.europa.eu/ecb/orga/escb/html/index.en.html]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoGvc.012-Eurosystem!⇒Eurosystem,
* McsEngl.EuoGvc.Eurosystem!⇒Eurosystem,
* McsEngl.Eurosystem,

EuoGvc.European-Court-of-Auditors-007

description::
"The Court of Auditors (Articles 285 and 286 TFEU)
The Court of Auditors was set up on 22 July 1975 and began work in Luxembourg in October 1977. It has since risen to the rank of Union institution (Article 13 TEU). It consists of 28 members, corresponding to the present number of Member States. They are appointed for 6 years by the Council, which approves, by qualified majority and following consultation with the European Parliament, a list of members drawn up in accordance with proposals from the Member States (Article 286(2) TFEU). The members elect the President of the Court of Auditors from among their number for a term of 3 years; the President may be re-elected.
The Court of Auditors’ task is to examine whether all revenue has been received and all expenditure incurred in a lawful and regular manner and whether financial management has been sound. The chief weapon in its armoury is the fact that it can publicise its findings. The results of its investigations are summarised in an annual report at the end of each financial year, which is published in the Official Journal of the European Union and thus brought to public attention. It may also make special reports at any time on specific areas of financial management, and these are also published in the Official Journal."
[{2020-11-29} https://op.europa.eu/webpub/com/abc-of-eu-law/en/]

name::
* McsEngl.ECA!=European-Court-of-Auditors,
* McsEngl.EuoCoa,
* McsEngl.EuoCoa!=European-Court-of-Auditors,
* McsEngl.EuoGvc.007-European-Court-of-Auditors!⇒EuoCoa,
* McsEngl.EuoGvc.European-Court-of-Auditors!⇒EuoCoa,
* McsEngl.European-Court-of-Auditors!⇒EuoCoa,
* McsEngl.Eusaadmn'Court-of-Auditors!⇒EuoCoa,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att028-Court-of-Auditors!⇒EuoCoa,
* McsEngl.socEusa'Court-of-Auditors!⇒EuoCoa,
====== langoGreek:
* McsElln.ΕΕΣ-(Ευρωπαϊκό-Ελεγκτικό-Συνέδριο)!=EuoCoa,
* McsElln.Ευρωπαϊκό-Ελεγκτικό-Συνέδριο!=EuoCoa,

addressWpg::
* https://europa.eu/european-union/about-eu/institutions-bodies/european-court-auditors_en,

EuoGvc.European-Investment-Bank-008

description::
"The European Investment Bank (Article 308 TFEU)
As financing agency for a ‘balanced and steady development’ of the EU, the Union has at its disposal the EIB, located in Luxembourg. The EIB provides loans and guarantees in all economic sectors, especially to promote the development of less-developed regions, to modernise or convert undertakings or create new jobs and to assist projects of common interest to several Member States."
[{2020-11-29} https://op.europa.eu/webpub/com/abc-of-eu-law/en/]

name::
* McsEngl.EIB!=European-Investment-Bank,
* McsEngl.EuoGvc.008-European-Investment-Bank!⇒EuoIbk,
* McsEngl.EuoGvc.European-Investment-Bank!⇒EuoIbk,
* McsEngl.EuoIbk,
* McsEngl.EuoIbk!=European-Investment-Bank,
* McsEngl.Eusaadmn'Investment-Bank!⇒EuoIbk,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att029-Investment-Bank!⇒EuoIbk,
* McsEngl.socEusa'Investment-Bank!⇒EuoIbk,

addressWpg::
* https://www.eib.org/en/index.htm,
* https://europa.eu/european-union/about-eu/institutions-bodies/european-investment-bank_en,

EuoGvc.European-External-Action-Service-009

description::
"Formally launched on 1 January 2011, the Service was created by the Treaty of Lisbon which was signed in 2007 and entered into force in late 2009, established the European External Action Service.
... The EEAS is the European Union's diplomatic service. It helps the EU's foreign affairs chief – the High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy – carry out the Union's Common Foreign and Security Policy.
A key aspect of the work of the EEAS is its ability to work closely with the foreign and defence ministries of the member states of the EU and the other EU institutions such as the European Commission, Council and Parliament. It also has a strong working relationship with the United Nations and other International Organisations.
Based in Brussels, but relying on an extensive network of EU diplomatic presence worldwide, the EEAS brings together European civil servants, diplomats from the foreign services of the EU member states and local staff in countries around the world."
[{2020-11-29} https://eeas.europa.eu/headquarters/headquarters-homepage/82/about-european-external-action-service-eeas_en]

name::
* McsEngl.Eusaadmn'European-external-action-service!⇒EuoEas,
* McsEngl.EuoEas,
* McsEngl.EuoEas!=European-external-action-service,
* McsEngl.EuoGvc.009-European-external-action-service!⇒EuoEas,
* McsEngl.EuoGvc.European-external-action-service!⇒EuoEas,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att030-European-external-action-service!⇒EuoEas,
* McsEngl.socEusa'European-external-action-service!⇒EuoEas,

EuoGvc.European-statistical-system-010 (link)

budget of Eusaadmn

description::
"The European Union budget helps to deliver on things that matter for Europeans. At the origin of the European project was the idea that pulling resources together would make Europe stronger and be the key to prosperity and peace. The EU budget continues to do that by financing projects that make a difference in the life of European citizens."
[{2020-12-14} https://ec.europa.eu/info/sites/info/files/about_the_european_commission/eu_budget/budget-brochure-a5-17-05_interactive.pdf-{2019}]

name::
* McsEngl.Eubudget,
* McsEngl.budget-of-Eu!⇒Eubudget,
* McsEngl.Eusaadmn'att001-budget!⇒Eubudget,
* McsEngl.Eusaadmn'budget!⇒Eubudget,

DG-budget of Eubudget

description::
"This Commission department is responsible for managing the budget of the European Union. This includes proposing and implementing the financial framework, as well as collecting the resources that EU countries have agreed to contribute.
Responsibilities
* prepare the Commission's budget proposals, which are then voted on by the European Parliament and the Council
* manage EU expenditure
* allocate resources to Commission departments
* collect budget contributions from EU countries
* manage the treasury function, execute all payments and receive all income to the EU budget
* publish EU annual accounts
* propose and implement the regulatory framework for the EU budget
* coordinate the discharge procedure from the preparation to the follow-up of the European Parliament’s and Council’s discharge recommendations
* report on implementation of EU budget
* manage ABAC, which is the Commission’s accounting system"
[{2020-12-24} https://ec.europa.eu/info/departments/budget_en]

name::
* McsEngl.Budget|BUDG|DG-EuoCom!⇒EuoDgBudg,
* McsEngl.DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-BUDG|Budget!⇒EuoDgBudg,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'Directorate-general!⇒EuoDgBudg,
* McsEngl.EuoDgBudg,
* McsEngl.EuoDgBudg!=Directorate-general-budget,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Budget|BUDG|DG!⇒EuoDgBudg,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG.BUDG|Budget!⇒EuoDgBudg,

Commissioner of EuoDgBudg

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.EuoDgBudg'Commissioner,
* McsEngl.EuwCommissioner.budget,

01_multiannual-budget of Eubudget

description::
"LONG-TERM BUDGET
As the EU budget is mainly an investment budget, it needs to be decided on a long-term basis to ensure stability. A long-term spending plan, called the Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF), is adopted for a period of at least five years (generally seven years). The MFF lays down the maximum annual amounts (ceilings) that the EU may spend in the different categories of expenditure (headings) for each of the five to seven years."
[{2020-12-14} https://ec.europa.eu/info/sites/info/files/about_the_european_commission/eu_budget/budget-brochure-a5-17-05_interactive.pdf-{2019}]

name::
* McsEngl.Eubudget'01_multiannual!⇒EuMff,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'att002-multiannual!⇒EuMff,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'multiannual!⇒EuMff,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'long-term!⇒EuMff,
* McsEngl.EuMff,
* McsEngl.EuMff!=Multiannual-financial-framework-of-Eubudget,
* McsEngl.MFF!=Multiannual-financial-framework-of-Eubudget,
* McsEngl.Multiannual-financial-framework-of-Eubudget!⇒EuMff,

EuMff.2021-2027

description::
"On 27 May, European Commission published its proposal for a powerful, modern and revamped long-term EU budget (MFF, or multiannual financial framework) that will serve European economy struggling with the aftermath of coronavirus pandemic.
New technologies have already shown to be irreplaceable during the crisis; they kept people connected and businesses running. Now, digital will play a crucial role in propelling the recovery and as such, the sector will benefit from significant funding proposed by the Commission. Paving the way are instruments such as Digital Europe programme and Connecting Europe Facility, however other programs, including Horizon or Creative Europe, are sprinkled with digital flavour.
The entire budget of the new MFF now stands at €1.1 trillion. In addition to that, the Commission also proposed a new recovery instrument, called Next Generation EU – worth €750 billion that will run from 2021-2024. This instrument will also feed into some of the digital strands (for example of Invest EU programme). All this makes the next EU budget very large and complex. "
[{2020-12-14} https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/2021-2027-multiannual-financial-framework-digital-shines-through-eus-long-term-budget]

name::
* McsEngl.2021-2027-Multiannual-financial-framework!⇒EuMff2127,
* McsEngl.EuMff2127,
* McsEngl.EuMff.2021-2027!⇒EuMff2127,

allocation of EuMff2127
description::
  MFF NextGenerationEU TOTAL
1. Single market, innovation and digital €132.8 billion €10.6 billion €143.4 billion
2. Cohesion, resilience and values €377.8 billion €721.9 billion €1,099.7 billion
3. Natural resources and environment €356.4 billion €17.5 billion €373.9 billion
4. Migration and border management €22.7 billion - €22.7 billion
5. Security and defence €13.2 billion - €13.2 billion
6. Neighbourhood and the world €98.4 billion - €98.4 billion
7. European public administration €73.1 billion - €73.1 billion
TOTAL MFF €1,074.3 billion €750 billion €1,824.3 billion

Source: European Commission
The amounts include the targeted reinforcement of ten programmes for a total of €15 billion, compared to the agreement from 21 July 2020. The programmes are Horizon Europe, Erasmus+, EU4Health, Integrated Border Management Fund, Rights and Values, Creative Europe, InvestEU, European Border and Coast Guard Agency, Humanitarian Aid.
[{2020-12-21} https://ec.europa.eu/info/strategy/recovery-plan-europe_en]

name::
* McsEngl.EuMff2127'allocation,

NextGenerationEU of EuMff2127

description::
"NextGenerationEU is a €750 billion temporary recovery instrument that will allow the Commission to raise funds on the capital market. It will help repair the immediate economic and social damage brought about by the coronavirus pandemic. Post-COVID-19 Europe will be greener, more digital, more resilient and better fit for the current and forthcoming challenges.
* The Recovery and Resilience Facility: the centrepiece of NextGenerationEU with €672.5 billion in loans and grants available to support reforms and investments undertaken by EU countries. The aim is to mitigate the economic and social impact of the coronavirus pandemic and make European economies and societies more sustainable, resilient and better prepared for the challenges and opportunities of the green and digital transitions. Member States are working on their recovery and resilience plans to access the funds under the Recovery and Resilience Facility.
* Recovery Assistance for Cohesion and the Territories of Europe (REACT-EU): NextGenerationEU also includes €47.5 billion for REACT-EU. It is a new initiative that continues and extends the crisis response and crisis repair measures delivered through the Coronavirus Response Investment Initiative and the Coronavirus Response Investment Initiative Plus. It will contribute to a green, digital and resilient recovery of the economy. The funds will be made available to
- the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)
- the European Social Fund (ESF)
- the European Fund for Aid to the Most Deprived (FEAD)
These additional funds will be provided in 2021-2022 from NextGenerationEU and in 2020 through a targeted revision to the current financial framework.
* NextGenerationEU will also bring additional money to other European programmes or funds such as Horizon2020, InvestEU, rural development or the Just Transition Fund (JTF)."
[{2020-12-21} https://ec.europa.eu/info/strategy/recovery-plan-europe_en]

name::
* McsEngl.NextGenerationEU,

EuMff.2014-2020

description::
"2014-2020 long-term EU budget
Information on the current EU long-term budget, running from 2014 to 2020: structure, funding programmes, allocations per Member States and data on expenditure and revenue."
[{2020-12-16} https://ec.europa.eu/info/strategy/eu-budget/long-term-eu-budget/eu-budget-2014-2020_en]

name::
* McsEngl.EuMff1420,
* McsEngl.EuMff.2014-2020!⇒EuMff1420,

02_annual-budget of Eubudget

description::
"Each annual budget is adopted within the limits of the MFF and usually remains below the MFF expenditure ceilings to guarantee flexibility. MFF ceilings can be compared to credit card limits for the period of one year."
[{2020-12-14} https://ec.europa.eu/info/sites/info/files/about_the_european_commission/eu_budget/budget-brochure-a5-17-05_interactive.pdf-{2019}]

name::
* McsEngl.Eubudget'02_annual,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'att003-annual,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'annual,

03_input of Eubudget

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Eubudget'03_input!⇒Eubudget'input,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'att006-input!⇒Eubudget'input,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'income!⇒Eubudget'input,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'input,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'resource!⇒Eubudget'input,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'revenue!⇒Eubudget'input,

input.GNI-based of Eubudget

description::
"Traditional own resources, comprising customs duties on imports from outside the EU and sugar levies;"
[{2020-12-23} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Budget_of_the_European_Union]

name::
* McsEngl.Eubudget'input.GNI-based,

input.traditional-own of Eubudget

description::
"Traditional own resources, comprising customs duties on imports from outside the EU and sugar levies;"
[{2020-12-23} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Budget_of_the_European_Union]

name::
* McsEngl.Eubudget'input.traditional.own,

input.VAT-based of Eubudget

description::
"VAT-based resources, comprising a percentage (0.3% except Germany, Netherlands and Sweden that apply 0.15%) of Member State's standardised value added tax (VAT) base;"
[{2020-12-23} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Budget_of_the_European_Union]

name::
* McsEngl.Eubudget'input.Vat-based,

input.other of Eubudget

description::
"Other revenue, including taxes from EU staff salaries, bank interest, fines and contributions from third countries."
[{2020-12-23} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Budget_of_the_European_Union]

name::
* McsEngl.Eubudget'input.other,

input.citizen of Eubudget

description::
"The average EU citizen pays €240 per year towards the EU budget (2018 figures)"
[{2020-12-15} https://ec.europa.eu/info/strategy/eu-budget/transparency/fact-check_en]

name::
* McsEngl.Eubudget'input.citizen,

04_output of Eubudget

description::
"The European Union has a budget to finance policies carried out at European level (such as agriculture, regional development, space, trans-European networks, research and innovation, health, education and culture, migration, border protection and humanitarian aid)."
[{2020-12-23} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Budget_of_the_European_Union]

name::
* McsEngl.Eubudget'04_output!⇒Eubudget'output,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'att007-output!⇒Eubudget'output,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'expediture!⇒Eubudget'output,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'output,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'spending!⇒Eubudget'output,
* McsEngl.European-funding!⇒Eubudget'output,

ceilings of output of Eubudget

description::
"The annual budget must remain within ceilings determined in advance by the Multiannual Financial Framework, laid down for a (five to) seven-year period."
[{2020-12-23} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Budget_of_the_European_Union]

name::
* McsEngl.Eubudget'output'ceilings,

output.SPECIFIC of Eubudget

description::
"The EU budget contributes to:
* safer, healthier food;
* better infrastructure (new and better roads, railways and airports);
* a cleaner environment;
* tighter security at EU external borders;
* increased student mobility;
* educational support and guidance;
* social protection and cultural exchanges;
* humanitarian aid worldwide."
[{2020-12-16} https://ec.europa.eu/info/strategy/eu-budget/transparency/fact-check_en]

name::
* McsEngl.Eubudget'output.specific,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'expediture-category,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'headings,

output.governance of Eubudget

description::
· 7% of its annual-budget.
"This includes staff salaries and pensions, schools for children of staff members, buildings, etc."
[{2020-12-15} https://ec.europa.eu/info/strategy/eu-budget/transparency/fact-check_en]

name::
* McsEngl.Eubudget'output.administration,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'output.governance,

output.agriculture of Eubudget

description::
"In 2018, the share of EU spending on farming was 37%.
In 1985, 70% was spent on farming.
Over the past two decades, 13 countries — most of them with large farming sectors — have joined the EU.
However, the Common agricultural policy budget has not risen to cover these extra costs.
In fact, spending continues to fall.
For 2021-2027, the Commission proposed to dedicate less than 30% of the EU budget to agriculture.
Its relatively large share of the EU budget is justified; it is the only policy funded almost entirely from the common budget.
This means that EU spending replaces national expenditure to a large extent."
[{2020-12-15} https://ec.europa.eu/info/strategy/eu-budget/transparency/fact-check_en]

name::
* McsEngl.Eubudget'output.agriculture,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'output.farming,

output.translation of Eubudget

description::
"Translation and interpreting in all EU institutions account for less than 1% of the EU's annual budget"
[{2020-12-15} https://ec.europa.eu/info/strategy/eu-budget/transparency/fact-check_en]

name::
* McsEngl.Eubudget'output.translation,

05_balance of Eubudget

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Eubudget'05_balance,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'att008-balance,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'balance,

submitted-by of Eubudget

description::
· EuoCom,

name::
* McsEngl.Eubudget'att011-submitted-by,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'proposed-by,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'submitted-by,

adopted-by of Eubudget

description::
"The proposed annual budget is then reviewed and negotiated by the Council of the European Union (which represents Member States' governments) and the European Parliament (which represents EU citizens). In order for the budget to be adopted, consensus of the majority of Member States is required and final endorsement by the European Parliament.[5]"
[{2020-12-23} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Budget_of_the_European_Union]

name::
* McsEngl.Eubudget'att012-adopted-by,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'adopted-by,

implemented-by of Eubudget

description::
"The ultimate responsibility for the implementation of the budget lies with the European Commission."
[{2020-12-14} https://ec.europa.eu/info/sites/info/files/about_the_european_commission/eu_budget/budget-brochure-a5-17-05_interactive.pdf-{2019}]

name::
* McsEngl.Eubudget'att004-implementation,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'implementation,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'implemented-by,

error of Eubudget

description::
· measures are-taken to prevent, detect and correct errors.

name::
* McsEngl.Eubudget'att013-error,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'error,

fraud of Eubudget

description::
"fraud affects approximately 0.2% of the total EU budget."
[{2020-12-14} https://ec.europa.eu/info/sites/info/files/about_the_european_commission/eu_budget/budget-brochure-a5-17-05_interactive.pdf-{2019}]

name::
* McsEngl.Eubudget'att005-fraud,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'fraud,

performance of Eubudget

description::
"a performance framework has been developed for the EU budget, increasing the focus on achieving results."
[{2020-12-23} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Budget_of_the_European_Union]

name::
* McsEngl.Eubudget'att014-performance,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'performance,

relation-to-Gdp of Eubudget

description::
"EU spending represents less than 1% of the total value of the EU economy (Gross National Income of all EU Member States);
By contrast, an average national budget in the EU is 46% of the value of its economy."
[{2020-12-15} https://ec.europa.eu/info/strategy/eu-budget/transparency/fact-check_en]

name::
* McsEngl.Eubudget'att009-relation-to-Gdp,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'relation-to-Gdp,

relation-to-national-budgets of Eubudget

description::
"Unlike national budgets, the EU budget is an investment budget:
it does not fund social protection, primary education or national defence, but rather the key areas that provide European added value by boosting growth and competitiveness. It intervenes only when it is more effective to spend money at the European level than at local, regional or national level."
[{2020-12-14} https://ec.europa.eu/info/sites/info/files/about_the_european_commission/eu_budget/budget-brochure-a5-17-05_interactive.pdf-{2019}]

name::
* McsEngl.Eubudget'att001-relation-to-national-budgets,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'relation-to-national-budgets,

info-resource of Eubudget

description::
* https://ec.europa.eu/info/about-european-commission/service-standards-and-principles/transparency/funding-recipients_en,
* Financial-regulation: https://op.europa.eu/en/publication-detail/-/publication/e9488da5-d66f-11e8-9424-01aa75ed71a1/language-en/format-PDF/source-86606884,

name::
* McsEngl.Eubudget'Infrsc,

DOING of Eubudget

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Eubudget'budgeting,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'doing,

doing.auditing of Eubudget

description::
"Have auditors signed off the accounts?
High standards of management and control apply to EU taxpayers’ money. In fact, the EU budget is one of the most controlled budgets in the world. Audits and controls are always carried out in a transparent manner by the European Commission, Member States and other organisations. When weaknesses are found, the EU is quick to address them.
The European Court of Auditors (ECA) is the European Union’s independent external auditor. It has given a clean bill of health to the EU accounts every year since 2007.
Every euro the EU spends is recorded in the books and accounted for.
The level of error presented by the European Court of Auditors in relation to the EU budget has decreased in recent years to 2.6% in 2018 (compared to 2.4% in 2017, 3.1% in 2016, 3.8% in 2015 and 4.4% in 2014) and is now close to the threshold of 2% below which the ECA would give a full approval of the expenditure. This reflects the increased efforts of the European Commission and the Member States to improve financial management."
[{2020-12-16} https://ec.europa.eu/info/strategy/eu-budget/transparency/fact-check_en]

name::
* McsEngl.Eubudget'att010-auditing,
* McsEngl.Eubudget'auditing,

info-sys of Eusaadmn

description::
· the-information-system the-Eusaadmn has to make decisions.

name::
* McsEngl.Eusaadmn'info-sys!⇒Euinfsys, /iyyuinfosis/,
* McsEngl.Eusaadmn'statistics!⇒Euinfsys, /iyyuinfosis/,
* McsEngl.Euinfsys,

Eurostat of Euinfsys

description::
"Eurostat (European Statistical Office) is a Directorate-General of the European Commission located in the Kirchberg quarter of Luxembourg City, Luxembourg. Its main responsibilities are to provide statistical information to the institutions of the European Union (EU) and to promote the harmonisation of statistical methods across its member states and candidates for accession as well as EFTA countries. The organisations in the different countries that cooperate with Eurostat are summarised under the concept of the European Statistical System."
[{2020-12-25} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eurostat]
===
"Our mandate
Eurostat is the statistical office of the European Union.
Our mission
Our mission is to provide high quality statistics and data on Europe.
Our values
* Show respect for our staff, partners and users
* Strive for excellence in everything we do
* Drive innovation in official statistics
* Promote service orientation
* Uphold professional independence
ESS partnership
Eurostat produces European statistics in partnership with National Statistical Institutes and other national authorities in the EU Member States. This partnership is known as the European Statistical System (ESS). It also includes the statistical authorities of the European Economic Area (EEA) countries and Switzerland."
[{2020-12-19} https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/main/about/who-we-are]

name::
* McsEngl.DIRECTORATE-GENERAL-EUROSTAT!⇒EuoStat,
* McsEngl.EUROSTAT!⇒EuoStat,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'DG.EUROSTAT|Eurostat-European-statistics!⇒EuoStat,
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Eurostat-European-statistics|EUROSTAT|DG!⇒EuoStat,
* McsEngl.EuoComozn.Eurostat!⇒EuoStat,
* McsEngl.EuoDgStat!⇒EuoStat,
* McsEngl.EuoStat,
* McsEngl.EuoStat!=Eurostat,
* McsEngl.European-statistical-office!⇒EuoStat,
* McsEngl.Eurostat!⇒EuoStat,
* McsEngl.Eurostat-European-statistics|EUROSTAT|DG-EuoCom!⇒EuoStat,
* McsEngl.statistics-office-of-Eu!⇒EuoStat,

generic-tree-of-EuoStat::
* EuoCom-Directorate-general,

Commissioner of EuoStat

description::
"Since the swearing in of the von der Leyen Commission in December 2019, Eurostat is allocated to the portfolio of the European Commissioner for the Economy, Paolo Gentiloni.[1]"
[{2020-12-25} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eurostat]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoStat'Commissioner,

Director-general of EuoStat

description::
"The Director-General of Eurostat is Mariana Kotzeva, former Deputy Director-General of Eurostat and President of the National Statistical Institute of Bulgaria.[2][3]"
[{2020-12-25} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eurostat]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoStat'Derector-general,

law of EuoStat

description::
"The Regulation (EC) No 223/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 March 2009 on European statistics establishes the legal framework for the European statistics.[7]
Amending Regulation (EU) 759/2015 clarifies that heads of NSIs coordinate national level activities for European statistics and decide on processes, methods, standards and procedures of their respective statistics.[7]
Previous Eurostat regulations were a Decision on Eurostat (2012/504/EU), and the earlier Decision on Eurostat (97/281/EC)."
[{2020-12-25} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eurostat]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoStat'law,
* McsEngl.lawEus.036-Eurostat,
* McsEngl.lawEus.Eurostat,

place of EuoStat

description::
"Eurostat has been based in the Joseph Bech building, in the northeast of the Kirchberg quarter of Luxembourg City, since the building was opened in 1998.[16] The Directorate-General will relocate to the Jean Monnet 2 building, in the Kirchberg's European district, following the completion of the first phase of the building, expected in February 2023.[16]"
[{2020-12-25} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eurostat]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoStat'place,

info-resource of EuoStat

description::
* https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/main/,
* https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/index.php?title=Thematic_glossaries,
* https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/main/data/statistics-a-z/abc,
* https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/data/database,
* https://json-stat.org/,
* https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/index.php?title=The_EU_in_the_world,

name::
* McsEngl.EuoStat'Infrsc,

evoluting of EuoStat

description::
{1953} The Statistics Division for the European Coal and Steel Community established.
{1958} The European Community founded and the forerunner of Eurostat established.
{1959} The present name of Eurostat as the Statistical Office of the European Communities adopted. First publication issued - on agricultural statistics.
{1960} First Community Labour Force Survey.
{1970} The European System of Integrated Economic Accounts (European System of Accounts, ESA) published and the general Statistical Classification of Economic Activities in the European Community (NACE) established.
{1974} First domain in the statistical database Cronos databank installed.
{1988} European Commission adopts a document defining the first policy for statistical information.
{1989} The Statistical Programme Committee established and the first programme (1989–1992) adopted by the Council as an instrument for implementing statistical information policy.
{1990} The Council adopts a directive on transmission of confidential data to Eurostat, previously an obstacle to Community statistical work.
{1991} Eurostat's role extended as a result of the agreement on establishment of the European Economic Area and adoption of the Maastricht Treaty.
{1993} The single market extends Eurostat's activities e.g. Intrastat established for statistics on intra-EU trade. Eurostat starts issuing regular news releases.
{1994} First European household panel held, analysing income, employment, poverty, social exclusion, households, health, etc.
{1997} Statistics added for the first time to the Treaty of Amsterdam and the Statistical Law approved by the Council. Harmonised Indices of Consumer Prices HICP published for the first time - designed for Economic and Monetary Union of the European Union (EMU) convergence criteria.
{1998} The eleven countries in at the start of EMU (EUR-11) announced, and Eurostat issues the first indicators specific to the EMU area.
{1999} Start of EMU, 1 January 2001.
{2001} In April, Eurostat, in collaboration with five other international organisations (APEC, IAE, OLADE, OPEC, UNSD) launched the Joint Oil Data Exercise, which in 2005 became the Joint Organisations Data Initiative (JODI).
{2002} Start of the Euro on 1 January, Eurostat supplies key statistics for monetary policy.
{2003} Irregularities were suspected in Eurostat, see Eurostat scandal.
{2004} Start of free-of-charge dissemination of all statistical data except microdata for research purposes.
{2005} Commission Recommendation on the independence, integrity and Accountability of the National and Community Statistical Authorities (European Statistics Code of Practice)
{2005} Start of a three-year peer review exercise across the European Statistical System to monitor compliance with the Code of Practice.
{2007} The currently valid five-year Statistical Programme 2008-2012 was adopted.
{2009} New European Regulation governing statistical cooperation in the European Union was adopted.
{2010} Following strong criticism, from within the EU and otherwise, of how it had handled inaccurate[vague] data regarding Greece, Eurostat published a report[4] to try to rectify its procedures. The European Commission proposes powers for Eurostat to audit the books of national governments in response to the Greek government-debt crisis.[5]
{2011} Revision of European Statistics Code of Practice by the European Statistical System Committee.[6]
[{2020-12-25} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eurostat]

name::
* McsEngl.evoluting-of-EuoStat,
* McsEngl.EuoStat'evoluting,

European-statistical-system of Euinfsys

description::
"The ESS is the partnership between the Statistical authority of the Union, which is the Commission (Eurostat), and the national statistical institutes (NSIs) and other national authorities responsible in each Member State for the development, production and dissemination of European statistics. This Partnership also includes the EEA and EFTA countries.
Eurostat does not work alone. Since the early days of the Community it was realised that decisions on and planning and implementation of Community policies must be based on reliable and comparable statistics. So the European Statistical System (ESS) was built up gradually with the objective of providing comparable statistics at EU level.
Member States collect data and compile statistics for national and EU purposes. The ESS functions as a network in which Eurostat's role is to lead the way in the harmonization of statistics in close cooperation with the national statistical authorities. ESS work concentrates mainly on EU policy areas - but, with the extension of EU policies, harmonization has been extended to nearly all statistical fields.
The ESS also coordinates its work with candidate countries, and at European level with other Commission services, agencies and the ECB and international organisations such as OECD, the UN, the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank."
[{2020-12-26} https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/ess/about-us]

name::
* McsEngl.ESS!=European-statistical-system,
* McsEngl.European-statistical-system!⇒EuoEss,
* McsEngl.EuoEss,
* McsEngl.EuoGvc.010-European-statistical-system!⇒EuoEss,
* McsEngl.EuoGvc.European-statistical-system!⇒EuoEss,

Eurostat (link) of EuoEss

National-statistical-institute (link) of EuoEss

governance of EuoEss

description::
· the-subsystem of governance.

name::
* McsEngl.EuoEss'governance,

ESSC of EuoEss

description::
"At the heart of the ESS is the European Statistical System Committee (ESSC), which was established by REGULATION (EC) NO 223/2009 of the European Parliament and Council of 11 March 2009 on European statistics.
The task of the Committee is to "provide professional guidance to the ESS for developing, producing and disseminating European statistics" (article 7 of the Regulation).
In practice, this means that the Commission shall consult the ESS Committee in regard to:
* The measures which the Commission intends to take for the development, production and dissemination of European statistics, their justification on a cost-effectiveness basis, the means and timetables for achieving them, the reporting burden on survey respondents;
* proposed developments and priorities in the European Statistical Programme;
* the annual work programme for the following year;
* initiatives to bring into practice the reprioritization and reduction of the response burden;
* issues concerning statistical confidentiality;
* the further development (revision or update) of the Code of Practice;
* any other question, in particular issues of methodology, arising from the establishment or implementation of statistical programmes.
The ESSC is chaired by the Commission (Eurostat) and composed of the representatives of Member States' National Statistical Institutes. The EFTA Member States Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland as well as the EFTA Statistical Office participate as observers. Observers from ECB, OECD, etc. may also participate in the meetings of the ESSC.
It meets three times a year; the first meeting took place on 14 May 2009."
[{2020-12-27} https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/ess/about-us/ess-gov-bodies/essc]

name::
* McsEngl.ESSC,
* McsEngl.ESSC'(European-statistical-system-committee),
* McsEngl.EuoEss'ESSC,

Partnership-group of EuoEss

description::
"The Partnership Group is a group of Directors General of the National Statistical Institutes of the ESS whose mission is to further the development of the ESS at the highest level, notably through ensuring the effective functioning of the European Statistical System Committee.
ITS TASKS ARE TO:
* Identify and propose strategic issues for discussion by the ESSC,
* Assist in co-ordinating the co-operation between National Statistical Systems and Eurostat on strategic issues in order to participate in the formulation of the issues before discussion in the ESSC,
* Discuss contentious issues in order either to make proposals to the ESSC with the aim of achieving consensus or to refer them to other bodies (e.g. Sector Groups) for further work,
* Channel ideas from ESSC members on the state of co-operation and how it could be improved,
* Comment on agendas for future ESSC meetings and discuss the substance of upcoming ESSC agenda items,
* Monitor the functioning of the ESSC and its subsidiary bodies,
* Work in an inclusive way, keeping all Heads of National Statistical Institutes (NSIs) informed of discussion and actions through information exchange via the Network Group and ensuring that non-members views can be taken into account.
The Partnership Group normally meets three times a year between ESSC meetings."
[{2020-12-27} https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/ess/about-us/ess-gov-bodies/partnership-group]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoEss'Partnership-group,
* McsEngl.Partnership-group-of-EuoEss,

DGINS-conference of EuoEss

description::
"The DGINS Conference was created on 15 July 1953 in Luxembourg and was acting then as the predecessor of the Statistical Programme Committee (SPC).
The Conference is held once a year with the aim of discussing topics related to the statistical programme and methods and processes for the production of Community statistics. It is hosted each year by a different Member State and the Director General of the host country chairs the conference.
The DGINS conference 2020 will take place in Warsaw, Poland. The chosen topic for the Conference is "Earth observations for official statistics". The conference has been postponed to 2021 due to travel restrictions and the current limitations to organise physical meetings in the EU.
Themes of previous DGINS Conferences:
* 2019, BRATISLAVA, SLOVAKIA: The statistical implications of economic globalisation
* 2018, BUCHAREST, ROMANIA: Official Statistics in a datafied society (Trusted Smart Statistics)
* 2017, BUDAPEST, HUNGARY: Population Movements and Integration Issues - Migration Statistics
* 2016, VIENNA, AUSTRIA: Statistics on income, consumption and wealth
* 2015, LISBON, PORTUGAL: Indicators for decision making and monitoring
* 2014, RIGA, LATVIA: Towards global business statistics
* 2013, SCHEVENINGEN, THE NETHERLANDS: "ESS future and how we get there", "New round of Peer reviews" and "Big Data"
* 2012, PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC: Meeting new needs on statistics for green economy and Coordination of statistics and geospatial information
* 2011, WIESBADEN, GERMANY: Next generation of the Code of Practice and New conceptual design for household and social statistics
* 2010, SOFIA, BULGARIA: Measuring progress, well-being and sustainable development
* 2009, MALTA: Migration - Statistical Mainstreaming
* 2008, VILNIUS, LITHUANIA: Reduction of the administrative burden through official statistics
* 2007, BUDAPEST, HUNGARY: The ESS response to globalisation - are we doing enough?
* 2006, CRACOW, POLAND: Making the system work
* 2005, COPENHAGEN, DENMARK: The challenge of communicating statistics
* 2003, ATHENS, GREECE: Social statistics in the enlarged EU
* 2002, PALERMO, ITALY: The future of the European Statistical System"
[{2020-12-27} https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/ess/about-us/ess-gov-bodies/dgins]

name::
* McsEngl.DGINS-conference,
* McsEngl.EuoEss'DGINS-conference,

ESGAB of EuoEss

description::
"The aim of the EUROPEAN STATISTICAL GOVERNANCE ADVISORY BOARD (ESGAB) is to provide an independent overview of the European Statistical System as regards the implementation of the European Statistics Code of Practice.
The ESGAB advises the Commission (Eurostat) on appropriate measures to facilitate the implementation of the Code of Practice; on how to communicate the Code of Practice to users and data providers; and on the updating of the Code of Practice. The ESGAB may also provide advice regarding questions related to user-confidence in European statistics.
In addition, the ESGAB prepares an annual report to the European Parliament and the Council on the implementation of the Code of Practice insofar as it relates to the Commission (Eurostat). This report includes an assessment of the implementation of the Code of Practice in the European Statistical System as a whole.
The ESGAB comprises seven independent members with outstanding competence in the field of statistics. ESGAB usually meets six times per year."
[{2020-12-27} https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/ess/about-us/ess-gov-bodies/esgab]

name::
* McsEngl.ESGAB!=European-statistical-governance-advisory-board,
* McsEngl.EuoEsgab,
* McsEngl.EuoEsgab!=European-statistical-governance-advisory-board,
* McsEngl.EuoEss'ESGAB!⇒EuoEsgab,
* McsEngl.European-statistical-governance-advisory-board!⇒EuoEsgab,

ESAC of EuoEss

description::
"The EUROPEAN STATISTICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE (ESAC) was formally adopted on 11 March 2008 by the DECISION NO 234/2008/EC of the European Parliament and the Council.
The ESAC has 24 members representing users, respondents and other stakeholders of European Statistics (including the scientific community, social partners and civil society) as well as institutional users such as the Council and the European Parliament.
The Committee plays an important role in ensuring that user requirements as well as the response burden on information providers and producers are taken into account in developing the Statistical Programmes. It delivers its opinion on the Multiannual Statistical Programme, addressing in particular its relevance to the requirements of European integration. It also gives its view on the balance (priorities and resources) between different areas of the Multiannual Statistical Programme as well as the annual statistical work programme of the Commission.
Prior to ESAC, the EUROPEAN ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON STATISTICAL INFORMATION IN THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL SPHERES (CEIES) was in place."
[{2020-12-27} https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/ess/about-us/ess-gov-bodies/esac]

name::
* McsEngl.ESAC!=European-statistical-advisor-committee,
* McsEngl.EuoEsac,
* McsEngl.EuoEsac!=European-statistical-advisor-committee,
* McsEngl.EuoEss'ESAC!⇒EuoEsac,
* McsEngl.European-statistical-advisor-committee!⇒EuoEsac,

European-statistical-forum of EuoEss

description::
"The European Statistical Forum (ESF) was created in 2013 to give strategic guidance in the relations between the European Statistical System (ESS) and the European System of Central Banks (ESCB). The Forum was created by the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the cooperation between members of the ESS and ESCB, signed on 24 April 2013. In November 2016, an MoU on the quality assurance of statistics underlying the Macroeconomic Imbalance Procedure (MIP) was signed between Eurostat and the ECB-DG Statistics. It represents a milestone in the cooperation between the two systems and provides the practical arrangements for their cooperation in the areas of balance of payments and financial accounts statistics, in line with the European Semester.
The ESF is composed of one representative per Member State from the ESS Committee (ESSC) and from the Statistics Committee of the ESCB (STC) respectively. The ESF is co-chaired by the Chairs of the ESSC and the STC. The ESF is assisted by a Bureau, which prepares its meetings and monitors its activities. The Bureau is composed of the two co-Chairs, the Chair and the Vice-Chair of the Committee on Monetary, Finance and Balance of Payment statistics (CMFB, the operational platform of the ESF), two members representing the national statistical institutes and two members representing the national central banks. The latter four Bureau members are elected by the ESF.
The Forum meets once per year, in Luxembourg and in Frankfurt alternatively"
[{2020-12-27} https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/ess/about-us/ess-gov-bodies/esf]

name::
* McsEngl.ESF,
* McsEngl.ESF'(European-statistical-forum),
* McsEngl.European-statistical-forum,
* McsEngl.EuoEss'ESF,

DOING of EuoEss

description::
"At the European level, the ESS coordinates its work with other Commission services and agencies, and cooperates with the European System of Central Banks (ESCB).
The ESS also collaborates with international organisations such as the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the United Nations, the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank."
[ESS REPORT 2016 https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/documents/3217494/8059953/KS-FN-17-001-EN-N.pdf]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoEss'doing,

goal of EuoEss

description::
"Eurostat does not work alone. Since the early days of the Community it was realised that decisions on and planning and implementation of Community policies must be based on reliable and comparable statistics. So the European Statistical System (ESS) was built up gradually with the objective of providing comparable statistics at EU level."
[{2020-12-27} https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/ess/about-us/ess-gov-bodies]
===
"The mission of the ESS is to provide all the citizens of the European Union with independent, highquality information on the economy and society on European, national and regional levels and make the information available to everyone for decisionmaking purposes, research and democratic debate."
[ESS REPORT 2016 https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/documents/3217494/8059953/KS-FN-17-001-EN-N.pdf]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoEss'goal,

National-statistical-institute of Euinfsys

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.EuoEss'National-statistical-institute!⇒EuoNsi,
* McsEngl.EuoNsi,
* McsEngl.NSI!=National-statistical-institute-of-Ess,
* McsEngl.National-statistical-institute-of-Ess!⇒EuoNsi,
* McsEngl.statistical-authority-of-Eu-and-Efta!⇒EuoNsi,

addressWpg::
* https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/documents/747709/753176/List_other_national_statistical_authorities.pdf,
* Statistics Belgium - http://statbel.fgov.be
* National Statistical Institute of Bulgaria - www.nsi.bg
* Czech Statistical Office - www.czso.cz
* Statistics Denmark - www.dst.dk
* Federal Statistical Office of Germany - www.destatis.de
* Statistics Estonia - www.stat.ee
* Central Statistics Office of Ireland - www.cso.ie
* Hellenic Statistical Authority - www.statistics.gr
* National Statistics Institute of Spain - www.ine.es
* National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies of France - www.insee.fr
* Croatian Bureau of Statistics - www.dzs.hr/
* National Institute of Statistics of Italy - www.istat.it
* Statistical Service of Cyprus - www.cystat.gov.cy
* Central Statistical Bureau of Latvia - www.csb.gov.lv
* Statistics Lithuania - www.stat.gov.lt
* Statistics Luxembourg - www.statistiques.public.lu
* Hungarian Central Statistical Office - www.ksh.hu
* National Statistics Office of Malta - www.nso.gov.mt
* Statistics Netherlands - www.cbs.nl
* Statistics Austria - www.statistik.at
* Central Statistical Office of Poland - www.stat.gov.pl
* Statistics Portugal - www.ine.pt
* National Institute of Statistics of Romania - www.insse.ro
* Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia - www.stat.si
* Statistical Office of the Slovak Republic - http://slovak.statistics.sk
* Statistics Finland - www.stat.fi
* Statistics Sweden - www.scb.se
* Office for National Statistics of the United Kingdom - www.ons.gov.uk
EFTA COUNTRIES
* Statistics Iceland - www.statice.is
* Office of Statistics Liechtenstein - www.as.llv.li
* Statistics Norway - www.ssb.no
* Federal Statistical Office of Switzerland - www.bfs.admin.ch

GISCO of Euinfsys

description::
"Within Eurostat, GISCO is responsible for meeting the European Commission's geographical information needs at 3 levels: the European Union, its member countries, and its regions.
What does GISCO do?
In addition to creating statistical and other thematic maps, GISCO manages a database of geographical information, and provides related services to the Commission. Its database contains core geographical data covering the whole of Europe, such as administrative boundaries, and thematic geospatial information, such as population grid data. Some data are available for download by the general public and may be used for non-commercial purposes. For further details and information about any forthcoming new or updated datasets, see the Geodata section.
GISCO also coordinates Commission-wide geographical information activities. It seeks to promote the use of geographical information and the geographical information system (GIS) within the European Statistical System (ESS) and the Commission. GISCO therefore chairs the working group on the integration of statistical and geospatial information, which includes representatives of National Statistical Institutes (NSI) and National Mapping and Cadastral Authorities (NMCA)."
[{2020-12-27} https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/gisco/overview]

name::
* McsEngl.GISCO!⇒EuGisco,
* McsEngl.Euinfsys'GISCO!⇒EuGisco,
* McsEngl.Geographic-information-system-of-Commission!⇒EuGisco,
* McsEngl.GISCO!=Geographic-information-system-of-Commission,

code-of-practice of Euinfsys

description::
"Both Eurostat and the national statistical authorities of the ESS follow the principles set out in the European Statistics Code of Practice (CoP).
The Code of Practice contains a set of 15 principles that guide European statistics, including professional independence, impartiality and objectivity, limited burden on respondents, cost effectiveness, accessibility and clarity.
The Code of Practice is an important tool which reinforces the quality of official statistics.
To support its implementation, the European Statistical Governance Advisory Board (ESGAB) was created in 2008. It is an independent advisory body composed of experts possessing outstanding competence in the field of statistics. Its task is to provide an overview of the ESS in regard to the implementation of the Code of Practice."
[ESS REPORT 2016 https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/documents/3217494/8059953/KS-FN-17-001-EN-N.pdf]

name::
* McsEngl.CoP-of-European-statistical-system,
* McsEngl.Euinfsys'code-of-practice,
* McsEngl.code-of-practice-of-European-statistical-system,

survey of Euinfsys

description::
· collecting info.

name::
* McsEngl.Euinfsys'survey!⇒Eusurvey,
* McsEngl.Eusurvey,
* McsEngl.survey-Euinfsys!⇒Eusurvey,

Eusurvey.income-and-living-conditions

description::
"Currently, three different household surveys are used to collect data on ICW at household level. Two are coordinated by Eurostat:
the annual EU Survey of Income and Living Conditions (EU-SILC), which is the main data source for assessment of poverty and inequality in the EU,
and the Household Budget Survey (HBS), which runs every five years."
[ESS REPORT 2016 https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/documents/3217494/8059953/KS-FN-17-001-EN-N.pdf]

name::
* McsEngl.EU-SILC,
* McsEngl.Eusurvey.income-and-living-conditions,

Eusurvey.household-budget

description::
"Currently, three different household surveys are used to collect data on ICW at household level. Two are coordinated by Eurostat:
the annual EU Survey of Income and Living Conditions (EU-SILC), which is the main data source for assessment of poverty and inequality in the EU,
and the Household Budget Survey (HBS), which runs every five years."
[ESS REPORT 2016 https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/documents/3217494/8059953/KS-FN-17-001-EN-N.pdf]

name::
* McsEngl.Eusurvey.household-budget,
* McsEngl.HBS'(household-budget-survey-of-Eu),

Eusurvey.household-finance-and-consumption

description::
"The third is the Household Finance and Consumption Survey, which runs every three years, and is coordinated by the European Central Bank. It is implemented mainly in the euro area."
[ESS REPORT 2016 https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/documents/3217494/8059953/KS-FN-17-001-EN-N.pdf]

name::
* McsEngl.Eusurvey.household-finance-and-consumption,
* McsEngl.HFCS'(household-finance-and-consumption-survey),

law of Euinfsys

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Euinfsys'law,
* McsEngl.lawEus.037.Euinfsys,
* McsEngl.lawEus.Euinfsys,

addressWpg::
* https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/ess/about-us/legislation,

European-statistical-program of Euinfsys

description::
"The European Statistical System (ESS) is the partnership between the statistical authorities of the EU and EFTA countries and Eurostat.
The main strategic document guiding its work is the current European Statistical Programme (ESP) which originally covered the period 2013–2017 and has recently been extended until 2020.
The next ESP will start in 2021 and will coincide in duration with the EU multiannual financial framework (MFF). The Commission proposal for the MFF beyond 2020 will be presented during 2018. Therefore, it is opportune for the ESS to agree on its strategic priorities and to discuss and present the ambition of the next ESP."
[{2020-12-27} https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/documents/7330775/8463599/ESS+priorities+beyond+2020+final.pdf]

name::
* McsEngl.ESP'(European-statistical-program),
* McsEngl.European-statistical-program,

European-master-in-official-statistics of Euinfsys

description::
"The European Master in Official Statistics (EMOS) is a network of Master’s programmes providing post-graduate education in the area of official statistics at the European level. As such, EMOS was set up to strengthen cooperation between academics and producers of official statistics.
First implemented in 2015, the idea is to help with the development of professionals able to work with European official data at different levels in the fast-changing production system of the 21st century."

name::
* McsEngl.EMOS'(European-master-in-official-statistics),
* McsEngl.Euinfsys'European-master-in-official-statistics,
* McsEngl.European-master-in-official-statistics,

info-resource of Euinfsys

description::
* https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/estat-navtree-portlet-prod/BulkDownloadListing,

name::
* McsEngl.Euinfsys'Infrsc,

statistics-explained of Euinfsys

description::
"Statistics Explained, your guide to European statistics.
Statistics Explained is an official Eurostat website presenting statistical topics in an easily understandable way.
Together, the articles make up an encyclopedia of European statistics for everyone, completed by a statistical glossary clarifying all terms used and by numerous links to further information and the latest data and metadata, a portal for occasional and regular users."
[{2020-12-27} https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/index.php/Main_Page]

name::
* McsEngl.Euinfsys'statistics-explained,
* McsEngl.statistics-explained-of-Euinfsys,

glossary of statistics-explained of EuoStat

description::
· (1941 Pages)
* Abbreviations‎ (244 P)
* Agriculture glossary‎ (162 P)
* Balance of payments glossary‎ (42 P)
* Consumer prices glossary‎ (30 P)
* Crime glossary‎ (26 P)
* Digital economy and society glossary‎ (44 P)
* Distributive trade glossary‎ (3 P)
* Economy and finance glossary‎ (428 P)
* Education and training glossary‎ (36 P)
* Energy glossary‎ (58 P)
* Environment glossary‎ (186 P)
* EU institutions glossary‎ (106 P)
* Exchange and interest rates glossary‎ (24 P)
* Fisheries glossary‎ (16 P)
* Forestry glossary‎ (7 P)
* Geography glossary‎ (121 P)
* Government finance statistics glossary‎ (70 P)
* Health glossary‎ (131 P)
* Industry and construction glossary‎ (33 P)
* International trade glossary‎ (53 P)
* Labour market glossary‎ (103 P)
* Living conditions glossary‎ (86 P)
* Monetary and other financial statistics glossary‎ (4 P)
* National accounts glossary‎ (161 P)
* Nomenclature‎ (54 P)
* Population glossary‎ (118 P)
* Population glossary/hr‎ (3 P)
* Postal statistics glossary‎ (21 P)
* Regions and cities glossary‎ (42 P)
* Science and technology glossary‎ (135 P)
* Services glossary‎ (14 P)
* Short-term business statistics glossary‎ (85 P)
* Statistical concept‎ (175 P)
* Statistical indicator‎ (497 P)
* Statistical method‎ (11 P)
* Structural business statistics glossary‎ (126 P)
* Survey‎ (40 P)
* Tourism glossary‎ (37 P)
* Transport glossary‎ (83 P)
[{2020-12-20} https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/index.php?title=Category:Thematic_glossaries]

name::
* McsEngl.EugloStat!⇒EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.Eurostat-glossary!⇒EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.Eustatglo!⇒EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuoStat'glossary!⇒EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat!=Eurostat-glossary,
* McsEngl.glossary.Eurostat!⇒EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.vocEuStat!⇒EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.vocabulary.Eurostat!⇒EuvocStat,

addressWpg::
* https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/index.php/Thematic_glossaries,

AA::
· link,
* McsEngl.AA@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/AA,

AAGR::
· link,
* McsEngl.AAGR@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/AAGR,

Abroad_sector_-_R_&_D::
· link,
* McsEngl.Abroad_sector_-_R_&_D@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Abroad_sector_-_R_&_D,

Access_point::
· link,
* McsEngl.Access_point@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Access_point,

Accident_at_work::
· link,
* McsEngl.Accident_at_work@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Accident_at_work,

Accidents_to_persons_caused_by_rolling_stock_in_motion::
· link,
* McsEngl.Accidents_to_persons_caused_by_rolling_stock_in_motion@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Accidents_to_persons_caused_by_rolling_stock_in_motion,

Accrual_recording::
· link,
* McsEngl.Accrual_recording@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Accrual_recording,

Acid_gas::
· link,
* McsEngl.Acid_gas@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Acid_gas,

Acidification_gas::
· link,
* McsEngl.Acidification_gas@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Acidification_gas,

ACP::
· link,
* McsEngl.ACP@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ACP,

Activation_policies::
· link,
* McsEngl.Activation_policies@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Activation_policies,

Active_enterprise::
· link,
* McsEngl.Active_enterprise@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Active_enterprise,

Active_enterprises_-_FRIBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Active_enterprises_-_FRIBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Active_enterprises_-_FRIBS,

Active_population::
· link,
* McsEngl.Active_population@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Active_population,

Activity_limitation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Activity_limitation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Activity_limitation,

Activity_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Activity_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Activity_rate,

Actual_individual_consumption_(AIC)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Actual_individual_consumption_(AIC)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Actual_individual_consumption_(AIC),

Actual_social_contributions::
· link,
* McsEngl.Actual_social_contributions@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Actual_social_contributions,

Acute_care_bed::
· link,
* McsEngl.Acute_care_bed@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Acute_care_bed,

Administrative_source::
· link,
* McsEngl.Administrative_source@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Administrative_source,

ADSL::
· link,
* McsEngl.ADSL@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ADSL,

Adult_education::
· link,
* McsEngl.Adult_education@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Adult_education,

Adult_education_survey_(AES)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Adult_education_survey_(AES)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Adult_education_survey_(AES),

Adult_unemployment::
· link,
* McsEngl.Adult_unemployment@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Adult_unemployment,

AEI::
· link,
* McsEngl.AEI@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/AEI,

AES::
· link,
* McsEngl.AES@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/AES,

Aetiology::
· link,
* McsEngl.Aetiology@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Aetiology,

African_Union_(AU)::
· link,
* McsEngl.African_Union_(AU)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/African_Union_(AU),

African,_Caribbean_and_Pacific_(ACP)::
· link,
* McsEngl.African,_Caribbean_and_Pacific_(ACP)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/African,_Caribbean_and_Pacific_(ACP),

Age_of_vehicle::
· link,
* McsEngl.Age_of_vehicle@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Age_of_vehicle,

Age_structure_diagram::
· link,
* McsEngl.Age_structure_diagram@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Age_structure_diagram,

Age-sex_pyramid::
· link,
* McsEngl.Age-sex_pyramid@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Age-sex_pyramid,

Age-specific_fertility_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Age-specific_fertility_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Age-specific_fertility_rate,

Aggregate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Aggregate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Aggregate,

Aggregate_demand::
· link,
* McsEngl.Aggregate_demand@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Aggregate_demand,

Aggregate_replacement_ratio::
· link,
* McsEngl.Aggregate_replacement_ratio@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Aggregate_replacement_ratio,

Agri-environmental_indicator_(AEI)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Agri-environmental_indicator_(AEI)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Agri-environmental_indicator_(AEI),

Agricultural_area_(AA)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Agricultural_area_(AA)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Agricultural_area_(AA),

Agricultural_holding::
· link,
* McsEngl.Agricultural_holding@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Agricultural_holding,

Agricultural_holding_-_group_holding::
· link,
* McsEngl.Agricultural_holding_-_group_holding@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Agricultural_holding_-_group_holding,

Agricultural_income::
· link,
* McsEngl.Agricultural_income@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Agricultural_income,

AIC::
· link,
* McsEngl.AIC@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/AIC,

Air_emissions_accounts_(AEA)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Air_emissions_accounts_(AEA)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Air_emissions_accounts_(AEA),

Airport::
· link,
* McsEngl.Airport@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Airport,

Allocation_of_primary_income_account::
· link,
* McsEngl.Allocation_of_primary_income_account@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Allocation_of_primary_income_account,

Alternative_fuel::
· link,
* McsEngl.Alternative_fuel@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Alternative_fuel,

Ammonia_(NH3)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Ammonia_(NH3)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Ammonia_(NH3),

Amsterdam_Treaty::
· link,
* McsEngl.Amsterdam_Treaty@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Amsterdam_Treaty,

Andean_Community_(CAN)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Andean_Community_(CAN)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Andean_Community_(CAN),

Andean_Pact::
· link,
* McsEngl.Andean_Pact@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Andean_Pact,

Animal_housing::
· link,
* McsEngl.Animal_housing@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Animal_housing,

Animal_output::
· link,
* McsEngl.Animal_output@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Animal_output,

Annual_average_growth_rate_(AAGR)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Annual_average_growth_rate_(AAGR)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Annual_average_growth_rate_(AAGR),

Annual_work_unit_(AWU)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Annual_work_unit_(AWU)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Annual_work_unit_(AWU),

Antecedent_cause::
· link,
* McsEngl.Antecedent_cause@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Antecedent_cause,

Anticipated_old_age_pension::
· link,
* McsEngl.Anticipated_old_age_pension@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Anticipated_old_age_pension,

APEC::
· link,
* McsEngl.APEC@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/APEC,

Apparent_labour_productivity::
· link,
* McsEngl.Apparent_labour_productivity@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Apparent_labour_productivity,

Application_for_international_protection::
· link,
* McsEngl.Application_for_international_protection@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Application_for_international_protection,

Applied_research::
· link,
* McsEngl.Applied_research@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Applied_research,

Aquaculture::
· link,
* McsEngl.Aquaculture@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Aquaculture,

Aquafarming::
· link,
* McsEngl.Aquafarming@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Aquafarming,

Aquifer::
· link,
* McsEngl.Aquifer@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Aquifer,

Arable_land::
· link,
* McsEngl.Arable_land@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Arable_land,

Area_grazed::
· link,
* McsEngl.Area_grazed@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Area_grazed,

Area_under_cultivation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Area_under_cultivation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Area_under_cultivation,

Areas_facing_natural_constraints::
· link,
* McsEngl.Areas_facing_natural_constraints@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Areas_facing_natural_constraints,

Arithmetic_average::
· link,
* McsEngl.Arithmetic_average@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Arithmetic_average,

Arithmetic_mean::
· link,
* McsEngl.Arithmetic_mean@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Arithmetic_mean,

Arrears_for_housing_and_non-housing_bills_and_for_other_loans_and_credit_repayment::
· link,
* McsEngl.Arrears_for_housing_and_non-housing_bills_and_for_other_loans_and_credit_repayment@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Arrears_for_housing_and_non-housing_bills_and_for_other_loans_and_credit_repayment,

Arrival::
· link,
* McsEngl.Arrival@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Arrival,

Arrival_-_international_trade::
· link,
* McsEngl.Arrival_-_international_trade@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Arrival_-_international_trade,

Arrival_of_tourist_at_a_tourist_accommodation_establishment::
· link,
* McsEngl.Arrival_of_tourist_at_a_tourist_accommodation_establishment@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Arrival_of_tourist_at_a_tourist_accommodation_establishment,

Arrival_of_tourist_at_the_border::
· link,
* McsEngl.Arrival_of_tourist_at_the_border@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Arrival_of_tourist_at_the_border,

Artificial_areas::
· link,
* McsEngl.Artificial_areas@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Artificial_areas,

ASEAN::
· link,
* McsEngl.ASEAN@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ASEAN,

ASEM::
· link,
* McsEngl.ASEM@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ASEM,

Asia-Europe_Meeting_(ASEM)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Asia-Europe_Meeting_(ASEM)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Asia-Europe_Meeting_(ASEM),

Asia-Pacific_Economic_Cooperation_(APEC)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Asia-Pacific_Economic_Cooperation_(APEC)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Asia-Pacific_Economic_Cooperation_(APEC),

Assault::
· link,
* McsEngl.Assault@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Assault,

Asset::
· link,
* McsEngl.Asset@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Asset,

Association_of_South_East_Asian_Nations_(ASEAN)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Association_of_South_East_Asian_Nations_(ASEAN)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Association_of_South_East_Asian_Nations_(ASEAN),

Asylum::
· link,
* McsEngl.Asylum@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Asylum,

Asylum_applicant::
· link,
* McsEngl.Asylum_applicant@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Asylum_applicant,

Asylum_application::
· link,
* McsEngl.Asylum_application@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Asylum_application,

Asylum_decision::
· link,
* McsEngl.Asylum_decision@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Asylum_decision,

Asylum_recognition_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Asylum_recognition_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Asylum_recognition_rate,

Asylum_seeker::
· link,
* McsEngl.Asylum_seeker@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Asylum_seeker,

Asymmetric_digital_subscriber_line::
· link,
* McsEngl.Asymmetric_digital_subscriber_line@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Asymmetric_digital_subscriber_line,

At_risk_of_poverty_or_social_exclusion_(AROPE)::
· link,
* McsEngl.At_risk_of_poverty_or_social_exclusion_(AROPE)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/At_risk_of_poverty_or_social_exclusion_(AROPE),

At-risk-of-poverty_gap::
· link,
* McsEngl.At-risk-of-poverty_gap@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/At-risk-of-poverty_gap,

At-risk-of-poverty_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.At-risk-of-poverty_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/At-risk-of-poverty_rate,

At-risk-of-poverty_rate_before_social_transfers::
· link,
* McsEngl.At-risk-of-poverty_rate_before_social_transfers@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/At-risk-of-poverty_rate_before_social_transfers,

At-risk-of-poverty_threshold::
· link,
* McsEngl.At-risk-of-poverty_threshold@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/At-risk-of-poverty_threshold,

AU::
· link,
* McsEngl.AU@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/AU,

Autopsy::
· link,
* McsEngl.Autopsy@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Autopsy,

Auxiliary_personnel::
· link,
* McsEngl.Auxiliary_personnel@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Auxiliary_personnel,

Average::
· link,
* McsEngl.Average@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Average,

Average_hotel_size::
· link,
* McsEngl.Average_hotel_size@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Average_hotel_size,

Average_hourly_labour_cost::
· link,
* McsEngl.Average_hourly_labour_cost@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Average_hourly_labour_cost,

Average_labour_cost_per_hour::
· link,
* McsEngl.Average_labour_cost_per_hour@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Average_labour_cost_per_hour,

Average_length_of_stay::
· link,
* McsEngl.Average_length_of_stay@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Average_length_of_stay,

Average_monthly_labour_cost::
· link,
* McsEngl.Average_monthly_labour_cost@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Average_monthly_labour_cost,

Average_number_of_hours_worked::
· link,
* McsEngl.Average_number_of_hours_worked@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Average_number_of_hours_worked,

Average_personnel_costs_-_SBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Average_personnel_costs_-_SBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Average_personnel_costs_-_SBS,

Average_population_during_a_calendar_year::
· link,
* McsEngl.Average_population_during_a_calendar_year@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Average_population_during_a_calendar_year,

Avoidable_cause_of_death::
· link,
* McsEngl.Avoidable_cause_of_death@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Avoidable_cause_of_death,

Avoidable_death::
· link,
* McsEngl.Avoidable_death@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Avoidable_death,

Avoidable_mortality::
· link,
* McsEngl.Avoidable_mortality@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Avoidable_mortality,

AWU::
· link,
* McsEngl.AWU@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/AWU,

Backfilling::
· link,
* McsEngl.Backfilling@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Backfilling,

Balance_of_payments::
· link,
* McsEngl.Balance_of_payments@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Balance_of_payments,

Balance_of_trade_(BOT)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Balance_of_trade_(BOT)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Balance_of_trade_(BOT),

Balancing_item::
· link,
* McsEngl.Balancing_item@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Balancing_item,

Baltic_countries::
· link,
* McsEngl.Baltic_countries@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Baltic_countries,

Baltic_Member_States::
· link,
* McsEngl.Baltic_Member_States@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Baltic_Member_States,

Baltic_Sea_region::
· link,
* McsEngl.Baltic_Sea_region@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Baltic_Sea_region,

Baltic_states::
· link,
* McsEngl.Baltic_states@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Baltic_states,

Bank_account_overdraft::
· link,
* McsEngl.Bank_account_overdraft@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Bank_account_overdraft,

Bank_current_account::
· link,
* McsEngl.Bank_current_account@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Bank_current_account,

Bank_for_International_Settlements_(BIS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Bank_for_International_Settlements_(BIS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Bank_for_International_Settlements_(BIS),

Barcelona_Summit::
· link,
* McsEngl.Barcelona_Summit@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Barcelona_Summit,

Bare_land::
· link,
* McsEngl.Bare_land@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Bare_land,

Base_year::
· link,
* McsEngl.Base_year@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Base_year,

Baseline::
· link,
* McsEngl.Baseline@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Baseline,

Baseline_study::
· link,
* McsEngl.Baseline_study@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Baseline_study,

Basic_activity_difficulty::
· link,
* McsEngl.Basic_activity_difficulty@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Basic_activity_difficulty,

Basic_price::
· link,
* McsEngl.Basic_price@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Basic_price,

Basic_research::
· link,
* McsEngl.Basic_research@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Basic_research,

Bed_places::
· link,
* McsEngl.Bed_places@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Bed_places,

Benchmark::
· link,
* McsEngl.Benchmark@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Benchmark,

Benelux::
· link,
* McsEngl.Benelux@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Benelux,

Billion::
· link,
* McsEngl.Billion@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Billion,

Biodiesel::
· link,
* McsEngl.Biodiesel@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Biodiesel,

Biodiversity::
· link,
* McsEngl.Biodiversity@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Biodiversity,

Biofuels::
· link,
* McsEngl.Biofuels@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Biofuels,

Biogasoline::
· link,
* McsEngl.Biogasoline@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Biogasoline,

Biomass::
· link,
* McsEngl.Biomass@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Biomass,

Biotechnology::
· link,
* McsEngl.Biotechnology@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Biotechnology,

Birth::
· link,
* McsEngl.Birth@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Birth,

Birth_of_enterprise::
· link,
* McsEngl.Birth_of_enterprise@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Birth_of_enterprise,

Birth_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Birth_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Birth_rate,

Birth_rate_of_enterprises::
· link,
* McsEngl.Birth_rate_of_enterprises@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Birth_rate_of_enterprises,

Birth_weight::
· link,
* McsEngl.Birth_weight@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Birth_weight,

BIS::
· link,
* McsEngl.BIS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/BIS,

BMI::
· link,
* McsEngl.BMI@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/BMI,

Body_mass_index_(BMI)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Body_mass_index_(BMI)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Body_mass_index_(BMI),

Bond_yields::
· link,
* McsEngl.Bond_yields@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Bond_yields,

Border_region::
· link,
* McsEngl.Border_region@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Border_region,

Boundaries_of_R_&_D::
· link,
* McsEngl.Boundaries_of_R_&_D@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Boundaries_of_R_&_D,

Bovine::
· link,
* McsEngl.Bovine@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Bovine,

Brackishwater_culture::
· link,
* McsEngl.Brackishwater_culture@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Brackishwater_culture,

Break-up_of_enterprise::
· link,
* McsEngl.Break-up_of_enterprise@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Break-up_of_enterprise,

BRIC::
· link,
* McsEngl.BRIC@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/BRIC,

BRICS::
· link,
* McsEngl.BRICS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/BRICS,

Bridge_coding::
· link,
* McsEngl.Bridge_coding@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Bridge_coding,

Broadband::
· link,
* McsEngl.Broadband@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Broadband,

Budget_deficit::
· link,
* McsEngl.Budget_deficit@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Budget_deficit,

Building::
· link,
* McsEngl.Building@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Building,

Building_permit::
· link,
* McsEngl.Building_permit@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Building_permit,

Built-up_land::
· link,
* McsEngl.Built-up_land@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Built-up_land,

Bunkers::
· link,
* McsEngl.Bunkers@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Bunkers,

Burglary::
· link,
* McsEngl.Burglary@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Burglary,

Burglary_of_private_residential_premises::
· link,
* McsEngl.Burglary_of_private_residential_premises@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Burglary_of_private_residential_premises,

Business_and_consumer_confidence::
· link,
* McsEngl.Business_and_consumer_confidence@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Business_and_consumer_confidence,

Business_cycle::
· link,
* McsEngl.Business_cycle@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Business_cycle,

Business_demography::
· link,
* McsEngl.Business_demography@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Business_demography,

Business_economy::
· link,
* McsEngl.Business_economy@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Business_economy,

Business_enterprise_sector_-_R_&_D::
· link,
* McsEngl.Business_enterprise_sector_-_R_&_D@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Business_enterprise_sector_-_R_&_D,

Business_functions::
· link,
* McsEngl.Business_functions@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Business_functions,

Business_investment_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Business_investment_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Business_investment_rate,

Business_profit_share::
· link,
* McsEngl.Business_profit_share@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Business_profit_share,

Business_register::
· link,
* McsEngl.Business_register@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Business_register,

Business_services::
· link,
* McsEngl.Business_services@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Business_services,

Cabotage::
· link,
* McsEngl.Cabotage@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Cabotage,

Calendar_adjustment::
· link,
* McsEngl.Calendar_adjustment@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Calendar_adjustment,

Calendar_effect::
· link,
* McsEngl.Calendar_effect@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Calendar_effect,

Camping_grounds,_recreational_vehicle_parks_and_trailer_parks::
· link,
* McsEngl.Camping_grounds,_recreational_vehicle_parks_and_trailer_parks@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Camping_grounds,_recreational_vehicle_parks_and_trailer_parks,

CAN::
· link,
* McsEngl.CAN@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/CAN,

Candidate_countries::
· link,
* McsEngl.Candidate_countries@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Candidate_countries,

Canopy_cover::
· link,
* McsEngl.Canopy_cover@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Canopy_cover,

CAP::
· link,
* McsEngl.CAP@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/CAP,

Capacity_of_storage_facilities_for_manure::
· link,
* McsEngl.Capacity_of_storage_facilities_for_manure@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Capacity_of_storage_facilities_for_manure,

Capital_account::
· link,
* McsEngl.Capital_account@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Capital_account,

Capital_expenditure_for_R_&_D::
· link,
* McsEngl.Capital_expenditure_for_R_&_D@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Capital_expenditure_for_R_&_D,

Capital_innovation_expenditures::
· link,
* McsEngl.Capital_innovation_expenditures@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Capital_innovation_expenditures,

Car_theft::
· link,
* McsEngl.Car_theft@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Car_theft,

Carbon_dioxide_emissions::
· link,
* McsEngl.Carbon_dioxide_emissions@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Carbon_dioxide_emissions,

Carbon_dioxide_equivalent::
· link,
* McsEngl.Carbon_dioxide_equivalent@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Carbon_dioxide_equivalent,

Carcass_weight::
· link,
* McsEngl.Carcass_weight@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Carcass_weight,

Carcinogenic,_mutagenic_and_reprotoxic_(CMR)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Carcinogenic,_mutagenic_and_reprotoxic_(CMR)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Carcinogenic,_mutagenic_and_reprotoxic_(CMR),

Cash_crops::
· link,
* McsEngl.Cash_crops@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Cash_crops,

Catch::
· link,
* McsEngl.Catch@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Catch,

Cattle::
· link,
* McsEngl.Cattle@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Cattle,

Cattle_housing::
· link,
* McsEngl.Cattle_housing@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Cattle_housing,

Cattle_housing_-_loose_housing::
· link,
* McsEngl.Cattle_housing_-_loose_housing@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Cattle_housing_-_loose_housing,

Cattle_housing_-_stanchion-tied_stable::
· link,
* McsEngl.Cattle_housing_-_stanchion-tied_stable@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Cattle_housing_-_stanchion-tied_stable,

Cause_of_death::
· link,
* McsEngl.Cause_of_death@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Cause_of_death,

Cause_of_disease::
· link,
* McsEngl.Cause_of_disease@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Cause_of_disease,

CC::
· link,
* McsEngl.CC@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/CC,

Census::
· link,
* McsEngl.Census@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Census,

Central_bank_interest_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Central_bank_interest_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Central_bank_interest_rate,

Central_government::
· link,
* McsEngl.Central_government@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Central_government,

CEPA::
· link,
* McsEngl.CEPA@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/CEPA,

Cereal::
· link,
* McsEngl.Cereal@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Cereal,

CERN::
· link,
* McsEngl.CERN@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/CERN,

Certification::
· link,
* McsEngl.Certification@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Certification,

Certifier::
· link,
* McsEngl.Certifier@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Certifier,

CFC::
· link,
* McsEngl.CFC@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/CFC,

CFP::
· link,
* McsEngl.CFP@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/CFP,

Chain_index::
· link,
* McsEngl.Chain_index@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Chain_index,

Change_in_stocks_of_finished_goods_and_work-in-progress_-_FRIBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Change_in_stocks_of_finished_goods_and_work-in-progress_-_FRIBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Change_in_stocks_of_finished_goods_and_work-in-progress_-_FRIBS,

Change_in_stocks_of_goods_-_FRIBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Change_in_stocks_of_goods_-_FRIBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Change_in_stocks_of_goods_-_FRIBS,

Change_in_stocks_of_goods_for_resale_-_FRIBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Change_in_stocks_of_goods_for_resale_-_FRIBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Change_in_stocks_of_goods_for_resale_-_FRIBS,

Changes_in_inventories::
· link,
* McsEngl.Changes_in_inventories@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Changes_in_inventories,

Changes_in_stocks::
· link,
* McsEngl.Changes_in_stocks@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Changes_in_stocks,

Children_aged_less_than_3_years_in_formal_childcare::
· link,
* McsEngl.Children_aged_less_than_3_years_in_formal_childcare@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Children_aged_less_than_3_years_in_formal_childcare,

CHP::
· link,
* McsEngl.CHP@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/CHP,

Chronic_morbidity::
· link,
* McsEngl.Chronic_morbidity@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Chronic_morbidity,

CIS::
· link,
* McsEngl.CIS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/CIS,

CIS_(1)::
· link,
* McsEngl.CIS_(1)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/CIS_(1),

CIS_(2)::
· link,
* McsEngl.CIS_(2)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/CIS_(2),

Cities::
· link,
* McsEngl.Cities@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Cities,

Citizenship::
· link,
* McsEngl.Citizenship@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Citizenship,

Citrus_fruits::
· link,
* McsEngl.Citrus_fruits@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Citrus_fruits,

City::
· link,
* McsEngl.City@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/City,

City_data_collection::
· link,
* McsEngl.City_data_collection@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/City_data_collection,

City_heating::
· link,
* McsEngl.City_heating@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/City_heating,

Civil_engineering_work::
· link,
* McsEngl.Civil_engineering_work@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Civil_engineering_work,

Civil_marriage::
· link,
* McsEngl.Civil_marriage@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Civil_marriage,

Classification::
· link,
* McsEngl.Classification@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Classification,

Classification_of_environmental_protection_activities_(CEPA)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Classification_of_environmental_protection_activities_(CEPA)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Classification_of_environmental_protection_activities_(CEPA),

Classification_of_individual_consumption_by_purpose_(COICOP)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Classification_of_individual_consumption_by_purpose_(COICOP)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Classification_of_individual_consumption_by_purpose_(COICOP),

Classification_of_Resource_Management_Activities_(CReMA)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Classification_of_Resource_Management_Activities_(CReMA)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Classification_of_Resource_Management_Activities_(CReMA),

Classification_of_statistical_activities_(CSA)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Classification_of_statistical_activities_(CSA)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Classification_of_statistical_activities_(CSA),

Classification_of_the_functions_of_government_(COFOG)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Classification_of_the_functions_of_government_(COFOG)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Classification_of_the_functions_of_government_(COFOG),

Classification_of_types_of_construction_(CC)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Classification_of_types_of_construction_(CC)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Classification_of_types_of_construction_(CC),

Climate_change::
· link,
* McsEngl.Climate_change@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Climate_change,

CMR::
· link,
* McsEngl.CMR@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/CMR,

CN::
· link,
* McsEngl.CN@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/CN,

CNRS::
· link,
* McsEngl.CNRS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/CNRS,

Co-generation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Co-generation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Co-generation,

CO2_equivalent::
· link,
* McsEngl.CO2_equivalent@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/CO2_equivalent,

CO2-eq::
· link,
* McsEngl.CO2-eq@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/CO2-eq,

Coastal_area::
· link,
* McsEngl.Coastal_area@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Coastal_area,

Coastal_Member_States::
· link,
* McsEngl.Coastal_Member_States@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Coastal_Member_States,

Coastal_region::
· link,
* McsEngl.Coastal_region@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Coastal_region,

Coefficient_of_variation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Coefficient_of_variation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Coefficient_of_variation,

COFOG::
· link,
* McsEngl.COFOG@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/COFOG,

Cohesion_policy::
· link,
* McsEngl.Cohesion_policy@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Cohesion_policy,

Cohort::
· link,
* McsEngl.Cohort@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Cohort,

COICOP::
· link,
* McsEngl.COICOP@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/COICOP,

COICOP/HICP::
· link,
* McsEngl.COICOP/HICP@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/COICOP/HICP,

Coincident_indicator::
· link,
* McsEngl.Coincident_indicator@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Coincident_indicator,

Collective_household::
· link,
* McsEngl.Collective_household@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Collective_household,

Combined_heat_and_power_(CHP)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Combined_heat_and_power_(CHP)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Combined_heat_and_power_(CHP),

Combined_nomenclature_(CN)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Combined_nomenclature_(CN)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Combined_nomenclature_(CN),

COMEXT::
· link,
* McsEngl.COMEXT@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/COMEXT,

Commodity::
· link,
* McsEngl.Commodity@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Commodity,

Common_agricultural_policy_(CAP)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Common_agricultural_policy_(CAP)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Common_agricultural_policy_(CAP),

Common_birds_index::
· link,
* McsEngl.Common_birds_index@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Common_birds_index,

Common_fisheries_policy_(CFP)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Common_fisheries_policy_(CFP)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Common_fisheries_policy_(CFP),

Common_land::
· link,
* McsEngl.Common_land@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Common_land,

Commonwealth_of_Independent_States_(CIS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Commonwealth_of_Independent_States_(CIS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Commonwealth_of_Independent_States_(CIS),

Community_innovation_survey_(CIS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Community_innovation_survey_(CIS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Community_innovation_survey_(CIS),

Community_survey_on_ICT_usage_in_enterprises::
· link,
* McsEngl.Community_survey_on_ICT_usage_in_enterprises@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Community_survey_on_ICT_usage_in_enterprises,

Community_survey_on_ICT_usage_in_households_and_by_individuals::
· link,
* McsEngl.Community_survey_on_ICT_usage_in_households_and_by_individuals@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Community_survey_on_ICT_usage_in_households_and_by_individuals,

Commuting_zone::
· link,
* McsEngl.Commuting_zone@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Commuting_zone,

Comparability_ratio::
· link,
* McsEngl.Comparability_ratio@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Comparability_ratio,

Comparative_price_level::
· link,
* McsEngl.Comparative_price_level@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Comparative_price_level,

Compensation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Compensation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Compensation,

Compensation_of_employees::
· link,
* McsEngl.Compensation_of_employees@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Compensation_of_employees,

Competing_cause_of_death::
· link,
* McsEngl.Competing_cause_of_death@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Competing_cause_of_death,

Competitiveness::
· link,
* McsEngl.Competitiveness@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Competitiveness,

Composting::
· link,
* McsEngl.Composting@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Composting,

Compound_annual_growth_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Compound_annual_growth_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Compound_annual_growth_rate,

Computer::
· link,
* McsEngl.Computer@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Computer,

Confidence_indicator::
· link,
* McsEngl.Confidence_indicator@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Confidence_indicator,

Consensual_union::
· link,
* McsEngl.Consensual_union@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Consensual_union,

Conservational_tillage::
· link,
* McsEngl.Conservational_tillage@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Conservational_tillage,

Consilium::
· link,
* McsEngl.Consilium@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Consilium,

Consolidated_accounts::
· link,
* McsEngl.Consolidated_accounts@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Consolidated_accounts,

Consolidated_financial_account::
· link,
* McsEngl.Consolidated_financial_account@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Consolidated_financial_account,

Constant_price_GDP::
· link,
* McsEngl.Constant_price_GDP@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Constant_price_GDP,

Construction::
· link,
* McsEngl.Construction@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Construction,

Construction_permit::
· link,
* McsEngl.Construction_permit@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Construction_permit,

Consumer_price_index_(CPI)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Consumer_price_index_(CPI)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Consumer_price_index_(CPI),

Consumption_of_fixed_capital_(CFC)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Consumption_of_fixed_capital_(CFC)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Consumption_of_fixed_capital_(CFC),

Container::
· link,
* McsEngl.Container@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Container,

Contaminant::
· link,
* McsEngl.Contaminant@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Contaminant,

Contamination::
· link,
* McsEngl.Contamination@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Contamination,

Contiguous_grid_cells::
· link,
* McsEngl.Contiguous_grid_cells@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Contiguous_grid_cells,

Continuing_vocational_training_survey_(CVTS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Continuing_vocational_training_survey_(CVTS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Continuing_vocational_training_survey_(CVTS),

Contributory_cause_of_death::
· link,
* McsEngl.Contributory_cause_of_death@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Contributory_cause_of_death,

Conventional_tillage::
· link,
* McsEngl.Conventional_tillage@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Conventional_tillage,

Convergence_criteria::
· link,
* McsEngl.Convergence_criteria@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Convergence_criteria,

Core_business_function::
· link,
* McsEngl.Core_business_function@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Core_business_function,

Coroner::
· link,
* McsEngl.Coroner@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Coroner,

Correspondence_table::
· link,
* McsEngl.Correspondence_table@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Correspondence_table,

Council::
· link,
* McsEngl.Council@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Council,

Council_of_Europe::
· link,
* McsEngl.Council_of_Europe@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Council_of_Europe,

Council_of_Ministers::
· link,
* McsEngl.Council_of_Ministers@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Council_of_Ministers,

Council_of_the_European_Union::
· link,
* McsEngl.Council_of_the_European_Union@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Council_of_the_European_Union,

Counter-cyclical_fiscal_measures::
· link,
* McsEngl.Counter-cyclical_fiscal_measures@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Counter-cyclical_fiscal_measures,

Country_codes::
· link,
* McsEngl.Country_codes@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Country_codes,

Country_of_residence::
· link,
* McsEngl.Country_of_residence@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Country_of_residence,

Cover_of_storage_facilities_for_manure::
· link,
* McsEngl.Cover_of_storage_facilities_for_manure@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Cover_of_storage_facilities_for_manure,

Coverage::
· link,
* McsEngl.Coverage@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Coverage,

Cow::
· link,
* McsEngl.Cow@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Cow,

CO²_emissions::
· link,
* McsEngl.CO²_emissions@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/CO²_emissions,

CPA::
· link,
* McsEngl.CPA@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/CPA,

CPI::
· link,
* McsEngl.CPI@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/CPI,

Credit::
· link,
* McsEngl.Credit@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Credit,

Credit_or_store_card_unclear_balance::
· link,
* McsEngl.Credit_or_store_card_unclear_balance@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Credit_or_store_card_unclear_balance,

Crime_location::
· link,
* McsEngl.Crime_location@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Crime_location,

Crop_output::
· link,
* McsEngl.Crop_output@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Crop_output,

Crop_rotation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Crop_rotation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Crop_rotation,

Crop_yields::
· link,
* McsEngl.Crop_yields@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Crop_yields,

Cropland::
· link,
* McsEngl.Cropland@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Cropland,

Cropping_pattern::
· link,
* McsEngl.Cropping_pattern@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Cropping_pattern,

Crops_under_glass_or_high_accessible_cover::
· link,
* McsEngl.Crops_under_glass_or_high_accessible_cover@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Crops_under_glass_or_high_accessible_cover,

Cross-cutting_activities_-_official_development_assistance::
· link,
* McsEngl.Cross-cutting_activities_-_official_development_assistance@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Cross-cutting_activities_-_official_development_assistance,

Cross-trade::
· link,
* McsEngl.Cross-trade@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Cross-trade,

Crude_birth_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Crude_birth_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Crude_birth_rate,

Crude_death_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Crude_death_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Crude_death_rate,

Crude_divorce_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Crude_divorce_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Crude_divorce_rate,

Crude_marriage_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Crude_marriage_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Crude_marriage_rate,

Crude_mortality_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Crude_mortality_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Crude_mortality_rate,

Crude_net_migration_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Crude_net_migration_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Crude_net_migration_rate,

Crude_oil::
· link,
* McsEngl.Crude_oil@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Crude_oil,

Crude_population_growth_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Crude_population_growth_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Crude_population_growth_rate,

Crude_rate_of_population_growth::
· link,
* McsEngl.Crude_rate_of_population_growth@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Crude_rate_of_population_growth,

CSA::
· link,
* McsEngl.CSA@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/CSA,

Cultivated_mushrooms::
· link,
* McsEngl.Cultivated_mushrooms@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Cultivated_mushrooms,

Curative_care_bed::
· link,
* McsEngl.Curative_care_bed@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Curative_care_bed,

Currency_codes::
· link,
* McsEngl.Currency_codes@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Currency_codes,

Current_account::
· link,
* McsEngl.Current_account@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Current_account,

Current_account_-_balance_of_payments::
· link,
* McsEngl.Current_account_-_balance_of_payments@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Current_account_-_balance_of_payments,

Current_innovation_expenditures::
· link,
* McsEngl.Current_innovation_expenditures@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Current_innovation_expenditures,

Current_operating_expenditure::
· link,
* McsEngl.Current_operating_expenditure@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Current_operating_expenditure,

Current_transfers::
· link,
* McsEngl.Current_transfers@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Current_transfers,

Customs_union::
· link,
* McsEngl.Customs_union@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Customs_union,

CVTS::
· link,
* McsEngl.CVTS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/CVTS,

Cylinder_capacity::
· link,
* McsEngl.Cylinder_capacity@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Cylinder_capacity,

DAC::
· link,
* McsEngl.DAC@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/DAC,

DAC_countries::
· link,
* McsEngl.DAC_countries@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/DAC_countries,

Dairy_cow::
· link,
* McsEngl.Dairy_cow@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Dairy_cow,

Dairy_product::
· link,
* McsEngl.Dairy_product@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Dairy_product,

Data::
· link,
* McsEngl.Data@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Data,

Data_confrontation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Data_confrontation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Data_confrontation,

Data_dissemination::
· link,
* McsEngl.Data_dissemination@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Data_dissemination,

Data_processing::
· link,
* McsEngl.Data_processing@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Data_processing,

Data_reconciliation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Data_reconciliation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Data_reconciliation,

Data_set::
· link,
* McsEngl.Data_set@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Data_set,

Data_status_upon_release::
· link,
* McsEngl.Data_status_upon_release@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Data_status_upon_release,

Dataset::
· link,
* McsEngl.Dataset@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Dataset,

Day-to-day_money_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Day-to-day_money_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Day-to-day_money_rate,

DE::
· link,
* McsEngl.DE@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/DE,

Death::
· link,
* McsEngl.Death@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Death,

Death_certificate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Death_certificate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Death_certificate,

Death_of_enterprise::
· link,
* McsEngl.Death_of_enterprise@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Death_of_enterprise,

Death_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Death_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Death_rate,

Death_rate_of_enterprise::
· link,
* McsEngl.Death_rate_of_enterprise@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Death_rate_of_enterprise,

Debit::
· link,
* McsEngl.Debit@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Debit,

Debt_maturity::
· link,
* McsEngl.Debt_maturity@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Debt_maturity,

Debt_survey::
· link,
* McsEngl.Debt_survey@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Debt_survey,

Decoupling::
· link,
* McsEngl.Decoupling@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Decoupling,

Deep_sea_shipping::
· link,
* McsEngl.Deep_sea_shipping@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Deep_sea_shipping,

Deficit::
· link,
* McsEngl.Deficit@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Deficit,

Deflated::
· link,
* McsEngl.Deflated@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Deflated,

Deflation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Deflation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Deflation,

Deflator::
· link,
* McsEngl.Deflator@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Deflator,

Deflator_of_sales::
· link,
* McsEngl.Deflator_of_sales@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Deflator_of_sales,

Degree_of_defoliation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Degree_of_defoliation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Degree_of_defoliation,

Degree_of_urbanisation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Degree_of_urbanisation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Degree_of_urbanisation,

Delocalisation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Delocalisation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Delocalisation,

Demand_side_tourism_statistics::
· link,
* McsEngl.Demand_side_tourism_statistics@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Demand_side_tourism_statistics,

Demographic_cycle::
· link,
* McsEngl.Demographic_cycle@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Demographic_cycle,

Densely_populated_area::
· link,
* McsEngl.Densely_populated_area@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Densely_populated_area,

Density_forecast::
· link,
* McsEngl.Density_forecast@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Density_forecast,

Dependent_children::
· link,
* McsEngl.Dependent_children@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Dependent_children,

Deposit::
· link,
* McsEngl.Deposit@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Deposit,

Development_Assistance_Committee_(DAC)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Development_Assistance_Committee_(DAC)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Development_Assistance_Committee_(DAC),

DFLE::
· link,
* McsEngl.DFLE@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/DFLE,

Dial-up::
· link,
* McsEngl.Dial-up@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Dial-up,

Diesel_oil_price::
· link,
* McsEngl.Diesel_oil_price@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Diesel_oil_price,

Digital_divide::
· link,
* McsEngl.Digital_divide@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Digital_divide,

Digital_literacy::
· link,
* McsEngl.Digital_literacy@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Digital_literacy,

Digital_subscriber_line_(DSL)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Digital_subscriber_line_(DSL)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Digital_subscriber_line_(DSL),

Direct_material_input_(DMI)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Direct_material_input_(DMI)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Direct_material_input_(DMI),

Disability::
· link,
* McsEngl.Disability@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Disability,

Disability_pension::
· link,
* McsEngl.Disability_pension@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Disability_pension,

Disability-free_life_expectancy_(DFLE)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Disability-free_life_expectancy_(DFLE)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Disability-free_life_expectancy_(DFLE),

Dispatch::
· link,
* McsEngl.Dispatch@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Dispatch,

Disposable_income::
· link,
* McsEngl.Disposable_income@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Disposable_income,

Disposal_of_waste::
· link,
* McsEngl.Disposal_of_waste@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Disposal_of_waste,

Distributive_trade::
· link,
* McsEngl.Distributive_trade@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Distributive_trade,

District_heating::
· link,
* McsEngl.District_heating@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/District_heating,

Dividends::
· link,
* McsEngl.Dividends@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Dividends,

Divorce::
· link,
* McsEngl.Divorce@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Divorce,

Divorce_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Divorce_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Divorce_rate,

Divorce_rate_by_duration_of_marriage::
· link,
* McsEngl.Divorce_rate_by_duration_of_marriage@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Divorce_rate_by_duration_of_marriage,

DMC::
· link,
* McsEngl.DMC@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/DMC,

DMI::
· link,
* McsEngl.DMI@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/DMI,

Domestic_burglary::
· link,
* McsEngl.Domestic_burglary@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Domestic_burglary,

Domestic_employment_-_postal_services::
· link,
* McsEngl.Domestic_employment_-_postal_services@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Domestic_employment_-_postal_services,

Domestic_extraction::
· link,
* McsEngl.Domestic_extraction@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Domestic_extraction,

Domestic_material_consumption_(DMC)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Domestic_material_consumption_(DMC)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Domestic_material_consumption_(DMC),

Domestic_output_price::
· link,
* McsEngl.Domestic_output_price@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Domestic_output_price,

Domestic_patent_applications::
· link,
* McsEngl.Domestic_patent_applications@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Domestic_patent_applications,

Domestic_turnover_-_postal_services::
· link,
* McsEngl.Domestic_turnover_-_postal_services@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Domestic_turnover_-_postal_services,

Domestic_wastewater::
· link,
* McsEngl.Domestic_wastewater@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Domestic_wastewater,

Drug_trafficking::
· link,
* McsEngl.Drug_trafficking@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Drug_trafficking,

Dry_pulses_and_protein_crops::
· link,
* McsEngl.Dry_pulses_and_protein_crops@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Dry_pulses_and_protein_crops,

DSL::
· link,
* McsEngl.DSL@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/DSL,

Dual_coding::
· link,
* McsEngl.Dual_coding@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Dual_coding,

Dublin_statistics::
· link,
* McsEngl.Dublin_statistics@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Dublin_statistics,

Dwelling::
· link,
* McsEngl.Dwelling@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Dwelling,

E-business::
· link,
* McsEngl.E-business@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/E-business,

E-commerce::
· link,
* McsEngl.E-commerce@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/E-commerce,

E-government::
· link,
* McsEngl.E-government@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/E-government,

E-inclusion::
· link,
* McsEngl.E-inclusion@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/E-inclusion,

E-learning::
· link,
* McsEngl.E-learning@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/E-learning,

E-skills::
· link,
* McsEngl.E-skills@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/E-skills,

EA-11::
· link,
* McsEngl.EA-11@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EA-11,

EA-12::
· link,
* McsEngl.EA-12@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EA-12,

EA-13::
· link,
* McsEngl.EA-13@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EA-13,

EA-15::
· link,
* McsEngl.EA-15@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EA-15,

EA-16::
· link,
* McsEngl.EA-16@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EA-16,

EA-17::
· link,
* McsEngl.EA-17@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EA-17,

EA-18::
· link,
* McsEngl.EA-18@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EA-18,

EA-19::
· link,
* McsEngl.EA-19@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EA-19,

EAA::
· link,
* McsEngl.EAA@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EAA,

EAC::
· link,
* McsEngl.EAC@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EAC,

Early_estimate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Early_estimate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Early_estimate,

Early_leavers_from_education_and_training::
· link,
* McsEngl.Early_leavers_from_education_and_training@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Early_leavers_from_education_and_training,

Early_retirement::
· link,
* McsEngl.Early_retirement@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Early_retirement,

Early_retirement_for_labour_market_reasons::
· link,
* McsEngl.Early_retirement_for_labour_market_reasons@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Early_retirement_for_labour_market_reasons,

Early_retirement_in_case_of_reduced_ability_to_work::
· link,
* McsEngl.Early_retirement_in_case_of_reduced_ability_to_work@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Early_retirement_in_case_of_reduced_ability_to_work,

Early_school_leaver::
· link,
* McsEngl.Early_school_leaver@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Early_school_leaver,

Early_warning_system::
· link,
* McsEngl.Early_warning_system@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Early_warning_system,

Earnings::
· link,
* McsEngl.Earnings@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Earnings,

East_African_Community_(EAC)::
· link,
* McsEngl.East_African_Community_(EAC)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/East_African_Community_(EAC),

EC::
· link,
* McsEngl.EC@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EC,

EC_Treaty::
· link,
* McsEngl.EC_Treaty@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EC_Treaty,

ECB::
· link,
* McsEngl.ECB@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ECB,

ECHA::
· link,
* McsEngl.ECHA@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ECHA,

Eco-industries::
· link,
* McsEngl.Eco-industries@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Eco-industries,

Eco-label::
· link,
* McsEngl.Eco-label@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Eco-label,

Eco-management_and_audit_scheme_(EMAS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Eco-management_and_audit_scheme_(EMAS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Eco-management_and_audit_scheme_(EMAS),

Eco-schemes::
· link,
* McsEngl.Eco-schemes@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Eco-schemes,

Econometric_systems_of_equations::
· link,
* McsEngl.Econometric_systems_of_equations@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Econometric_systems_of_equations,

Economic_accounts_for_agriculture_(EAA)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Economic_accounts_for_agriculture_(EAA)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Economic_accounts_for_agriculture_(EAA),

Economic_activity::
· link,
* McsEngl.Economic_activity@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Economic_activity,

Economic_actor::
· link,
* McsEngl.Economic_actor@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Economic_actor,

Economic_and_monetary_union_(EMU)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Economic_and_monetary_union_(EMU)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Economic_and_monetary_union_(EMU),

Economic_indicator::
· link,
* McsEngl.Economic_indicator@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Economic_indicator,

Economic_sentiment_indicator_(ESI)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Economic_sentiment_indicator_(ESI)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Economic_sentiment_indicator_(ESI),

Economic_size::
· link,
* McsEngl.Economic_size@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Economic_size,

Economic_territory::
· link,
* McsEngl.Economic_territory@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Economic_territory,

Economically_active_population::
· link,
* McsEngl.Economically_active_population@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Economically_active_population,

Economy-wide_material_flow_accounts_(EW-MFA)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Economy-wide_material_flow_accounts_(EW-MFA)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Economy-wide_material_flow_accounts_(EW-MFA),

Ecosystems_and_their_services::
· link,
* McsEngl.Ecosystems_and_their_services@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Ecosystems_and_their_services,

ECU::
· link,
* McsEngl.ECU@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ECU,

EDI::
· link,
* McsEngl.EDI@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EDI,

EDP::
· link,
* McsEngl.EDP@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EDP,

Education::
· link,
* McsEngl.Education@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Education,

EEA::
· link,
* McsEngl.EEA@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EEA,

EEA_(1)::
· link,
* McsEngl.EEA_(1)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EEA_(1),

EEA_(2)::
· link,
* McsEngl.EEA_(2)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EEA_(2),

EEAICP::
· link,
* McsEngl.EEAICP@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EEAICP,

EEC_Treaty::
· link,
* McsEngl.EEC_Treaty@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EEC_Treaty,

EFTA::
· link,
* McsEngl.EFTA@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EFTA,

EGSS::
· link,
* McsEngl.EGSS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EGSS,

EHIS::
· link,
* McsEngl.EHIS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EHIS,

EIB::
· link,
* McsEngl.EIB@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EIB,

EICP::
· link,
* McsEngl.EICP@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EICP,

Electronic_data_interchange_(EDI)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Electronic_data_interchange_(EDI)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Electronic_data_interchange_(EDI),

Electronic_death_certification::
· link,
* McsEngl.Electronic_death_certification@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Electronic_death_certification,

EMAS::
· link,
* McsEngl.EMAS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EMAS,

Embodied_employment_in_exports::
· link,
* McsEngl.Embodied_employment_in_exports@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Embodied_employment_in_exports,

Emigrant::
· link,
* McsEngl.Emigrant@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Emigrant,

Emigration::
· link,
* McsEngl.Emigration@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Emigration,

Emissions_trading_scheme::
· link,
* McsEngl.Emissions_trading_scheme@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Emissions_trading_scheme,

Emissions_trading_system_(ETS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Emissions_trading_system_(ETS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Emissions_trading_system_(ETS),

Employed_person_-_LFS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Employed_person_-_LFS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Employed_person_-_LFS,

Employee::
· link,
* McsEngl.Employee@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Employee,

Employee_-_LFS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Employee_-_LFS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Employee_-_LFS,

Employee_-_SBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Employee_-_SBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Employee_-_SBS,

Employee_benefits_expense_-_FRIBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Employee_benefits_expense_-_FRIBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Employee_benefits_expense_-_FRIBS,

Employee_with_a_temporary_contract::
· link,
* McsEngl.Employee_with_a_temporary_contract@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Employee_with_a_temporary_contract,

Employees_-_FRIBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Employees_-_FRIBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Employees_-_FRIBS,

Employees_and_self-employed_persons_-_FRIBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Employees_and_self-employed_persons_-_FRIBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Employees_and_self-employed_persons_-_FRIBS,

Employer_business_demography::
· link,
* McsEngl.Employer_business_demography@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Employer_business_demography,

Employment::
· link,
* McsEngl.Employment@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Employment,

Employment_index::
· link,
* McsEngl.Employment_index@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Employment_index,

Employment_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Employment_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Employment_rate,

Employment_rate_dispersion::
· link,
* McsEngl.Employment_rate_dispersion@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Employment_rate_dispersion,

Employment_rate_of_recent_graduates::
· link,
* McsEngl.Employment_rate_of_recent_graduates@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Employment_rate_of_recent_graduates,

EMS::
· link,
* McsEngl.EMS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EMS,

EMU::
· link,
* McsEngl.EMU@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EMU,

Energy_dependency_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Energy_dependency_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Energy_dependency_rate,

Energy_intensity::
· link,
* McsEngl.Energy_intensity@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Energy_intensity,

Enhanced_cooperation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Enhanced_cooperation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Enhanced_cooperation,

Enlargement_countries::
· link,
* McsEngl.Enlargement_countries@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Enlargement_countries,

ENP::
· link,
* McsEngl.ENP@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ENP,

Enterprise::
· link,
* McsEngl.Enterprise@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Enterprise,

Enterprise_birth::
· link,
* McsEngl.Enterprise_birth@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Enterprise_birth,

Enterprise_birth_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Enterprise_birth_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Enterprise_birth_rate,

Enterprise_death::
· link,
* McsEngl.Enterprise_death@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Enterprise_death,

Enterprise_death_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Enterprise_death_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Enterprise_death_rate,

Enterprise_group::
· link,
* McsEngl.Enterprise_group@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Enterprise_group,

Enterprise_size::
· link,
* McsEngl.Enterprise_size@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Enterprise_size,

Enterprise_survival::
· link,
* McsEngl.Enterprise_survival@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Enterprise_survival,

Enterprise_survival_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Enterprise_survival_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Enterprise_survival_rate,

Enterprises_-_SBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Enterprises_-_SBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Enterprises_-_SBS,

Entrepreneurial_income_account::
· link,
* McsEngl.Entrepreneurial_income_account@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Entrepreneurial_income_account,

Environment_industry::
· link,
* McsEngl.Environment_industry@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Environment_industry,

Environmental_goods_and_services_sector_(EGSS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Environmental_goods_and_services_sector_(EGSS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Environmental_goods_and_services_sector_(EGSS),

Environmental_protection_activities::
· link,
* McsEngl.Environmental_protection_activities@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Environmental_protection_activities,

Environmental_protection_expenditure::
· link,
* McsEngl.Environmental_protection_expenditure@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Environmental_protection_expenditure,

Environmental_protection_products::
· link,
* McsEngl.Environmental_protection_products@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Environmental_protection_products,

Environmental_tax::
· link,
* McsEngl.Environmental_tax@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Environmental_tax,

Environmental_taxes_by_economic_activity_(ETEA)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Environmental_taxes_by_economic_activity_(ETEA)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Environmental_taxes_by_economic_activity_(ETEA),

EP::
· link,
* McsEngl.EP@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EP,

EPC::
· link,
* McsEngl.EPC@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EPC,

EPO::
· link,
* McsEngl.EPO@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EPO,

Equidae::
· link,
* McsEngl.Equidae@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Equidae,

Equivalent_size::
· link,
* McsEngl.Equivalent_size@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Equivalent_size,

Equivalised_disposable_income::
· link,
* McsEngl.Equivalised_disposable_income@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Equivalised_disposable_income,

Equivalised_household_size::
· link,
* McsEngl.Equivalised_household_size@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Equivalised_household_size,

Equivalised_income::
· link,
* McsEngl.Equivalised_income@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Equivalised_income,

ERA::
· link,
* McsEngl.ERA@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ERA,

Erasmus_programme::
· link,
* McsEngl.Erasmus_programme@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Erasmus_programme,

ERM::
· link,
* McsEngl.ERM@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ERM,

ERTMS::
· link,
* McsEngl.ERTMS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ERTMS,

ESA::
· link,
* McsEngl.ESA@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ESA,

ESA_1995::
· link,
* McsEngl.ESA_1995@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ESA_1995,

ESA_2010::
· link,
* McsEngl.ESA_2010@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ESA_2010,

ESA95::
· link,
* McsEngl.ESA95@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ESA95,

ESI::
· link,
* McsEngl.ESI@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ESI,

ESS::
· link,
* McsEngl.ESS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ESS,

ESS_(1)::
· link,
* McsEngl.ESS_(1)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ESS_(1),

ESS_(2)::
· link,
* McsEngl.ESS_(2)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ESS_(2),

ESSnet_project::
· link,
* McsEngl.ESSnet_project@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ESSnet_project,

ESSPROS::
· link,
* McsEngl.ESSPROS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ESSPROS,

Establishment::
· link,
* McsEngl.Establishment@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Establishment,

Estimate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Estimate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Estimate,

Estimation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Estimation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Estimation,

Estimator::
· link,
* McsEngl.Estimator@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Estimator,

ESU::
· link,
* McsEngl.ESU@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ESU,

ETS::
· link,
* McsEngl.ETS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ETS,

EU::
· link,
* McsEngl.EU@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EU,

EU_2020_Strategy::
· link,
* McsEngl.EU_2020_Strategy@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EU_2020_Strategy,

EU_Council::
· link,
* McsEngl.EU_Council@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EU_Council,

EU_enlargements::
· link,
* McsEngl.EU_enlargements@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EU_enlargements,

EU_ETS::
· link,
* McsEngl.EU_ETS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EU_ETS,

EU_KLEMS::
· link,
* McsEngl.EU_KLEMS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EU_KLEMS,

EU_Member_States::
· link,
* McsEngl.EU_Member_States@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EU_Member_States,

EU_statistics_on_income_and_living_conditions_(EU-SILC)::
· link,
* McsEngl.EU_statistics_on_income_and_living_conditions_(EU-SILC)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EU_statistics_on_income_and_living_conditions_(EU-SILC),

EU-12::
· link,
* McsEngl.EU-12@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EU-12,

EU-15::
· link,
* McsEngl.EU-15@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EU-15,

EU-25::
· link,
* McsEngl.EU-25@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EU-25,

EU-27::
· link,
* McsEngl.EU-27@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EU-27,

EU-28::
· link,
* McsEngl.EU-28@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EU-28,

EU-SILC::
· link,
* McsEngl.EU-SILC@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EU-SILC,

EU-Switzerland_bilateral_agreement::
· link,
* McsEngl.EU-Switzerland_bilateral_agreement@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EU-Switzerland_bilateral_agreement,

EUI::
· link,
* McsEngl.EUI@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EUI,

Euratom_Treaty::
· link,
* McsEngl.Euratom_Treaty@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Euratom_Treaty,

EURIBOR::
· link,
* McsEngl.EURIBOR@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EURIBOR,

Euro::
· link,
* McsEngl.Euro@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Euro,

Euro_area::
· link,
* McsEngl.Euro_area@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Euro_area,

Euro_area_enlargements::
· link,
* McsEngl.Euro_area_enlargements@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Euro_area_enlargements,

Euro_interbank_offered_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Euro_interbank_offered_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Euro_interbank_offered_rate,

Euro-PCT_applications::
· link,
* McsEngl.Euro-PCT_applications@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Euro-PCT_applications,

Eurobarometer_survey::
· link,
* McsEngl.Eurobarometer_survey@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Eurobarometer_survey,

Europa::
· link,
* McsEngl.Europa@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Europa,

European_Central_Bank_(ECB)::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_Central_Bank_(ECB)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_Central_Bank_(ECB),

European_Chemicals_Agency_(ECHA)::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_Chemicals_Agency_(ECHA)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_Chemicals_Agency_(ECHA),

European_Commission_(EC)::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_Commission_(EC)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_Commission_(EC),

European_Council::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_Council@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_Council,

European_currency_unit_(ECU)::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_currency_unit_(ECU)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_currency_unit_(ECU),

European_Economic_Area_(EEA)::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_Economic_Area_(EEA)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_Economic_Area_(EEA),

European_Economic_Area_index_of_consumer_prices_(EEAICP)::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_Economic_Area_index_of_consumer_prices_(EEAICP)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_Economic_Area_index_of_consumer_prices_(EEAICP),

European_Environment_Agency_(EEA)::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_Environment_Agency_(EEA)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_Environment_Agency_(EEA),

European_Environmental_Economic_Accounts::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_Environmental_Economic_Accounts@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_Environmental_Economic_Accounts,

European_Free_Trade_Association_(EFTA)::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_Free_Trade_Association_(EFTA)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_Free_Trade_Association_(EFTA),

European_health_interview_survey_(EHIS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_health_interview_survey_(EHIS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_health_interview_survey_(EHIS),

European_index_of_consumer_prices_(EICP)::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_index_of_consumer_prices_(EICP)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_index_of_consumer_prices_(EICP),

European_Investment_Bank_(EIB)::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_Investment_Bank_(EIB)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_Investment_Bank_(EIB),

European_Monetary_System_(EMS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_Monetary_System_(EMS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_Monetary_System_(EMS),

European_Neighbourhood_Policy_(ENP)::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_Neighbourhood_Policy_(ENP)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_Neighbourhood_Policy_(ENP),

European_Organization_for_Nuclear_Research_(CERN)::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_Organization_for_Nuclear_Research_(CERN)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_Organization_for_Nuclear_Research_(CERN),

European_Parliament_(EP)::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_Parliament_(EP)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_Parliament_(EP),

European_Patent_Convention_(Munich_Convention)::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_Patent_Convention_(Munich_Convention)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_Patent_Convention_(Munich_Convention),

European_Patent_Office_(EPO)::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_Patent_Office_(EPO)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_Patent_Office_(EPO),

European_rail_traffic_management_system_(ERTMS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_rail_traffic_management_system_(ERTMS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_rail_traffic_management_system_(ERTMS),

European_Research_Area_(ERA)::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_Research_Area_(ERA)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_Research_Area_(ERA),

European_sample_scheme_(ESS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_sample_scheme_(ESS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_sample_scheme_(ESS),

European_shortlist_of_causes_of_death::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_shortlist_of_causes_of_death@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_shortlist_of_causes_of_death,

European_size_unit_(ESU)::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_size_unit_(ESU)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_size_unit_(ESU),

European_statistical_system_(ESS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_statistical_system_(ESS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_statistical_system_(ESS),

European_statistics_on_tourism::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_statistics_on_tourism@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_statistics_on_tourism,

European_survey_of_continuing_vocational_training_in_enterprises::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_survey_of_continuing_vocational_training_in_enterprises@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_survey_of_continuing_vocational_training_in_enterprises,

European_System_of_Central_Banks::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_System_of_Central_Banks@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_System_of_Central_Banks,

European_system_of_integrated_social_protection_statistics_(ESSPROS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_system_of_integrated_social_protection_statistics_(ESSPROS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_system_of_integrated_social_protection_statistics_(ESSPROS),

European_system_of_national_and_regional_accounts_(ESA_2010)::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_system_of_national_and_regional_accounts_(ESA_2010)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_system_of_national_and_regional_accounts_(ESA_2010),

European_system_of_national_and_regional_accounts_(ESA95)::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_system_of_national_and_regional_accounts_(ESA95)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_system_of_national_and_regional_accounts_(ESA95),

European_Union_(EU)::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_Union_(EU)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_Union_(EU),

European_Union_institutions_(EUI)::
· link,
* McsEngl.European_Union_institutions_(EUI)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/European_Union_institutions_(EUI),

EUROPOP2008::
· link,
* McsEngl.EUROPOP2008@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/EUROPOP2008,

Eurostat::
· link,
* McsEngl.Eurostat@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Eurostat,

Eurostat_database_-_basic_terminology::
· link,
* McsEngl.Eurostat_database_-_basic_terminology@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Eurostat_database_-_basic_terminology,

Eutrophication::
· link,
* McsEngl.Eutrophication@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Eutrophication,

Evapotranspiration::
· link,
* McsEngl.Evapotranspiration@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Evapotranspiration,

Ewe::
· link,
* McsEngl.Ewe@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Ewe,

Ex-ante_forecast::
· link,
* McsEngl.Ex-ante_forecast@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Ex-ante_forecast,

Ex-post_forecast::
· link,
* McsEngl.Ex-post_forecast@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Ex-post_forecast,

Excessive_deficit_procedure_(EDP)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Excessive_deficit_procedure_(EDP)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Excessive_deficit_procedure_(EDP),

Exchange_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Exchange_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Exchange_rate,

Exchange_rate_mechanism_(ERM)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Exchange_rate_mechanism_(ERM)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Exchange_rate_mechanism_(ERM),

Expenditure_approach::
· link,
* McsEngl.Expenditure_approach@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Expenditure_approach,

Expenditure_for_environmental_protection::
· link,
* McsEngl.Expenditure_for_environmental_protection@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Expenditure_for_environmental_protection,

Expenditure_on_pensions::
· link,
* McsEngl.Expenditure_on_pensions@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Expenditure_on_pensions,

Expenses_of_long_term_rental_and_operational_leasing_-_FRIBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Expenses_of_long_term_rental_and_operational_leasing_-_FRIBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Expenses_of_long_term_rental_and_operational_leasing_-_FRIBS,

Expenses_of_services_provided_through_agency_workers_-_FRIBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Expenses_of_services_provided_through_agency_workers_-_FRIBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Expenses_of_services_provided_through_agency_workers_-_FRIBS,

Experimental_development::
· link,
* McsEngl.Experimental_development@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Experimental_development,

Expert_judgment::
· link,
* McsEngl.Expert_judgment@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Expert_judgment,

Explanatory_metadata::
· link,
* McsEngl.Explanatory_metadata@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Explanatory_metadata,

Exponential_smoothing::
· link,
* McsEngl.Exponential_smoothing@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Exponential_smoothing,

Export::
· link,
* McsEngl.Export@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Export,

Extensification::
· link,
* McsEngl.Extensification@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Extensification,

Extensive_farming::
· link,
* McsEngl.Extensive_farming@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Extensive_farming,

External_cause_of_death::
· link,
* McsEngl.External_cause_of_death@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/External_cause_of_death,

External_inflow::
· link,
* McsEngl.External_inflow@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/External_inflow,

Extra-EU::
· link,
* McsEngl.Extra-EU@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Extra-EU,

Extra-EU_flow::
· link,
* McsEngl.Extra-EU_flow@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Extra-EU_flow,

Extrapolation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Extrapolation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Extrapolation,

Factual_data::
· link,
* McsEngl.Factual_data@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Factual_data,

Fallow_land::
· link,
* McsEngl.Fallow_land@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Fallow_land,

FAO::
· link,
* McsEngl.FAO@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/FAO,

Farm_labour_force_-_family_labour::
· link,
* McsEngl.Farm_labour_force_-_family_labour@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Farm_labour_force_-_family_labour,

Farm_labour_force_-_non_family_labour::
· link,
* McsEngl.Farm_labour_force_-_non_family_labour@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Farm_labour_force_-_non_family_labour,

Farm_labour_force_-_not_directly_employed::
· link,
* McsEngl.Farm_labour_force_-_not_directly_employed@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Farm_labour_force_-_not_directly_employed,

Farm_structure_survey_(FSS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Farm_structure_survey_(FSS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Farm_structure_survey_(FSS),

Farm_typology::
· link,
* McsEngl.Farm_typology@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Farm_typology,

Farm_work::
· link,
* McsEngl.Farm_work@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Farm_work,

Farmers_training_level::
· link,
* McsEngl.Farmers_training_level@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Farmers_training_level,

Farmland_abandonment::
· link,
* McsEngl.Farmland_abandonment@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Farmland_abandonment,

Fatal_accident_at_work::
· link,
* McsEngl.Fatal_accident_at_work@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Fatal_accident_at_work,

FATS::
· link,
* McsEngl.FATS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/FATS,

FDI::
· link,
* McsEngl.FDI@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/FDI,

Feed::
· link,
* McsEngl.Feed@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Feed,

Feed_law::
· link,
* McsEngl.Feed_law@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Feed_law,

Feeder_services::
· link,
* McsEngl.Feeder_services@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Feeder_services,

Feedingstuff::
· link,
* McsEngl.Feedingstuff@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Feedingstuff,

Fertiliser::
· link,
* McsEngl.Fertiliser@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Fertiliser,

Fertility::
· link,
* McsEngl.Fertility@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Fertility,

Fertility_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Fertility_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Fertility_rate,

Fertility_rate_by_age_of_mother::
· link,
* McsEngl.Fertility_rate_by_age_of_mother@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Fertility_rate_by_age_of_mother,

Fetal_death::
· link,
* McsEngl.Fetal_death@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Fetal_death,

Final_consumption_expenditure::
· link,
* McsEngl.Final_consumption_expenditure@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Final_consumption_expenditure,

Final_decision_on_appeal::
· link,
* McsEngl.Final_decision_on_appeal@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Final_decision_on_appeal,

Final_energy_consumption::
· link,
* McsEngl.Final_energy_consumption@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Final_energy_consumption,

Final_estimate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Final_estimate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Final_estimate,

Final_maturity_date::
· link,
* McsEngl.Final_maturity_date@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Final_maturity_date,

Financial_account::
· link,
* McsEngl.Financial_account@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Financial_account,

Financial_accounts_and_balance_sheets::
· link,
* McsEngl.Financial_accounts_and_balance_sheets@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Financial_accounts_and_balance_sheets,

Financial_assets_and_liabilities::
· link,
* McsEngl.Financial_assets_and_liabilities@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Financial_assets_and_liabilities,

Financial_corporations_sector::
· link,
* McsEngl.Financial_corporations_sector@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Financial_corporations_sector,

Financial_data::
· link,
* McsEngl.Financial_data@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Financial_data,

Financial_instruments::
· link,
* McsEngl.Financial_instruments@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Financial_instruments,

Financial_vehicle_corporation_(FVC)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Financial_vehicle_corporation_(FVC)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Financial_vehicle_corporation_(FVC),

Fires_in_rolling_stock::
· link,
* McsEngl.Fires_in_rolling_stock@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Fires_in_rolling_stock,

Firm-only_TPP_innovation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Firm-only_TPP_innovation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Firm-only_TPP_innovation,

First_instance_decision::
· link,
* McsEngl.First_instance_decision@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/First_instance_decision,

First_release::
· link,
* McsEngl.First_release@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/First_release,

First_time_asylum_applicant::
· link,
* McsEngl.First_time_asylum_applicant@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/First_time_asylum_applicant,

Fiscal_balance::
· link,
* McsEngl.Fiscal_balance@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Fiscal_balance,

Fiscal_consolidation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Fiscal_consolidation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Fiscal_consolidation,

Fiscal_stimulus::
· link,
* McsEngl.Fiscal_stimulus@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Fiscal_stimulus,

Fish_catch::
· link,
* McsEngl.Fish_catch@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Fish_catch,

Fish_catches_taken_from_stocks_outside_safe_biological_limits::
· link,
* McsEngl.Fish_catches_taken_from_stocks_outside_safe_biological_limits@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Fish_catches_taken_from_stocks_outside_safe_biological_limits,

Fisher_price_index::
· link,
* McsEngl.Fisher_price_index@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Fisher_price_index,

Fishery_products::
· link,
* McsEngl.Fishery_products@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Fishery_products,

Fishing_area::
· link,
* McsEngl.Fishing_area@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Fishing_area,

Fishing_fleet::
· link,
* McsEngl.Fishing_fleet@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Fishing_fleet,

Fixed_assets::
· link,
* McsEngl.Fixed_assets@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Fixed_assets,

Fixed_capital::
· link,
* McsEngl.Fixed_capital@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Fixed_capital,

Flag::
· link,
* McsEngl.Flag@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Flag,

Flash_estimate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Flash_estimate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Flash_estimate,

Flow_data_series::
· link,
* McsEngl.Flow_data_series@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Flow_data_series,

Focal_points_of_interaction::
· link,
* McsEngl.Focal_points_of_interaction@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Focal_points_of_interaction,

Fodder_area::
· link,
* McsEngl.Fodder_area@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Fodder_area,

Food::
· link,
* McsEngl.Food@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Food,

Food_and_Agriculture_Organization_(FAO)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Food_and_Agriculture_Organization_(FAO)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Food_and_Agriculture_Organization_(FAO),

Food-borne_disease::
· link,
* McsEngl.Food-borne_disease@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Food-borne_disease,

Food-borne_illness::
· link,
* McsEngl.Food-borne_illness@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Food-borne_illness,

Foodstuff::
· link,
* McsEngl.Foodstuff@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Foodstuff,

Forecast::
· link,
* McsEngl.Forecast@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Forecast,

Forecast_horizon::
· link,
* McsEngl.Forecast_horizon@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Forecast_horizon,

Forecasting::
· link,
* McsEngl.Forecasting@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Forecasting,

Forecasting_based_on_leading_indicators::
· link,
* McsEngl.Forecasting_based_on_leading_indicators@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Forecasting_based_on_leading_indicators,

Foreign_affiliate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Foreign_affiliate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Foreign_affiliate,

Foreign_affiliates_statistics_(FATS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Foreign_affiliates_statistics_(FATS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Foreign_affiliates_statistics_(FATS),

Foreign_direct_investment_(FDI)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Foreign_direct_investment_(FDI)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Foreign_direct_investment_(FDI),

Foreign_direct_investment_intensity::
· link,
* McsEngl.Foreign_direct_investment_intensity@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Foreign_direct_investment_intensity,

Foreign_population::
· link,
* McsEngl.Foreign_population@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Foreign_population,

Forest::
· link,
* McsEngl.Forest@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Forest,

Fossil_energy_materials::
· link,
* McsEngl.Fossil_energy_materials@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Fossil_energy_materials,

Fossil_fuel::
· link,
* McsEngl.Fossil_fuel@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Fossil_fuel,

Freight_container::
· link,
* McsEngl.Freight_container@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Freight_container,

Frequency::
· link,
* McsEngl.Frequency@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Frequency,

Frequent_out-of-pocket_purchases_(FROOPP)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Frequent_out-of-pocket_purchases_(FROOPP)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Frequent_out-of-pocket_purchases_(FROOPP),

Freshwater_culture::
· link,
* McsEngl.Freshwater_culture@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Freshwater_culture,

Freshwater_resources::
· link,
* McsEngl.Freshwater_resources@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Freshwater_resources,

Freshwater_withdrawals::
· link,
* McsEngl.Freshwater_withdrawals@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Freshwater_withdrawals,

FROOPP::
· link,
* McsEngl.FROOPP@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/FROOPP,

Fruit::
· link,
* McsEngl.Fruit@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Fruit,

FSS::
· link,
* McsEngl.FSS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/FSS,

FTE::
· link,
* McsEngl.FTE@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/FTE,

Full-service_post_agency::
· link,
* McsEngl.Full-service_post_agency@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Full-service_post_agency,

Full-service_post_office::
· link,
* McsEngl.Full-service_post_office@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Full-service_post_office,

Full-service_post_outlet::
· link,
* McsEngl.Full-service_post_outlet@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Full-service_post_outlet,

Full-time_equivalent_(FTE)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Full-time_equivalent_(FTE)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Full-time_equivalent_(FTE),

Functional_urban_area::
· link,
* McsEngl.Functional_urban_area@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Functional_urban_area,

Fungicide::
· link,
* McsEngl.Fungicide@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Fungicide,

FVC::
· link,
* McsEngl.FVC@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/FVC,

G20::
· link,
* McsEngl.G20@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/G20,

GAEC::
· link,
* McsEngl.GAEC@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/GAEC,

Gainful_activities_of_the_farm::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gainful_activities_of_the_farm@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gainful_activities_of_the_farm,

Galileo::
· link,
* McsEngl.Galileo@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Galileo,

GATS::
· link,
* McsEngl.GATS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/GATS,

Gazelle::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gazelle@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gazelle,

GBARD::
· link,
* McsEngl.GBARD@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/GBARD,

GDP::
· link,
* McsEngl.GDP@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/GDP,

Gender_gap::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gender_gap@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gender_gap,

Gender_pay_gap_(GPG)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gender_pay_gap_(GPG)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gender_pay_gap_(GPG),

General_Agreement_on_Trade_in_Services_(GATS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.General_Agreement_on_Trade_in_Services_(GATS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/General_Agreement_on_Trade_in_Services_(GATS),

General_government::
· link,
* McsEngl.General_government@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/General_government,

General_government_debt::
· link,
* McsEngl.General_government_debt@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/General_government_debt,

General_government_sector::
· link,
* McsEngl.General_government_sector@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/General_government_sector,

Generation_of_income_account::
· link,
* McsEngl.Generation_of_income_account@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Generation_of_income_account,

Genetically_modified_organism_(GMO)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Genetically_modified_organism_(GMO)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Genetically_modified_organism_(GMO),

Geographical_coverage::
· link,
* McsEngl.Geographical_coverage@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Geographical_coverage,

Geographical_information_system_(GIS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Geographical_information_system_(GIS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Geographical_information_system_(GIS),

Geographical_information_system_of_the_Commission_(GISCO)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Geographical_information_system_of_the_Commission_(GISCO)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Geographical_information_system_of_the_Commission_(GISCO),

Geometric_average::
· link,
* McsEngl.Geometric_average@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Geometric_average,

Geometric_mean::
· link,
* McsEngl.Geometric_mean@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Geometric_mean,

GEONOM::
· link,
* McsEngl.GEONOM@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/GEONOM,

Geonomenclature_(GEONOM)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Geonomenclature_(GEONOM)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Geonomenclature_(GEONOM),

GERD::
· link,
* McsEngl.GERD@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/GERD,

Gestation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gestation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gestation,

Gestational_age::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gestational_age@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gestational_age,

GFCF::
· link,
* McsEngl.GFCF@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/GFCF,

GHG::
· link,
* McsEngl.GHG@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/GHG,

Gigajoule_(GJ)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gigajoule_(GJ)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gigajoule_(GJ),

Gigawatt_hours_(GWh)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gigawatt_hours_(GWh)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gigawatt_hours_(GWh),

Gini_coefficient::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gini_coefficient@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gini_coefficient,

GIP::
· link,
* McsEngl.GIP@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/GIP,

GIS::
· link,
* McsEngl.GIS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/GIS,

GISCO::
· link,
* McsEngl.GISCO@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/GISCO,

Global-warming_potential_(GWP)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Global-warming_potential_(GWP)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Global-warming_potential_(GWP),

GMO::
· link,
* McsEngl.GMO@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/GMO,

GNI::
· link,
* McsEngl.GNI@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/GNI,

GNP::
· link,
* McsEngl.GNP@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/GNP,

Goat::
· link,
* McsEngl.Goat@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Goat,

Good_agricultural_and_environmental_conditions_(GAEC)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Good_agricultural_and_environmental_conditions_(GAEC)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Good_agricultural_and_environmental_conditions_(GAEC),

Goods_and_services_account::
· link,
* McsEngl.Goods_and_services_account@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Goods_and_services_account,

Goods_loaded::
· link,
* McsEngl.Goods_loaded@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Goods_loaded,

Goods_road_motor_vehicle::
· link,
* McsEngl.Goods_road_motor_vehicle@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Goods_road_motor_vehicle,

GOS::
· link,
* McsEngl.GOS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/GOS,

Government::
· link,
* McsEngl.Government@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Government,

Government_budget_allocations_for_R&D_(GBARD)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Government_budget_allocations_for_R&D_(GBARD)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Government_budget_allocations_for_R&D_(GBARD),

Government_budget_appropriations_or_outlays_for_research_and_development_(GBAORD)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Government_budget_appropriations_or_outlays_for_research_and_development_(GBAORD)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Government_budget_appropriations_or_outlays_for_research_and_development_(GBAORD),

Government_debt::
· link,
* McsEngl.Government_debt@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Government_debt,

Government_debt_structure_survey::
· link,
* McsEngl.Government_debt_structure_survey@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Government_debt_structure_survey,

Government_finance_statistics::
· link,
* McsEngl.Government_finance_statistics@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Government_finance_statistics,

Government_gross_debt::
· link,
* McsEngl.Government_gross_debt@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Government_gross_debt,

Government_revenue_and_expenditure::
· link,
* McsEngl.Government_revenue_and_expenditure@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Government_revenue_and_expenditure,

Government_sector_-_R_&_D::
· link,
* McsEngl.Government_sector_-_R_&_D@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Government_sector_-_R_&_D,

GPG::
· link,
* McsEngl.GPG@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/GPG,

Graduation_-_official_development_assistance::
· link,
* McsEngl.Graduation_-_official_development_assistance@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Graduation_-_official_development_assistance,

Grapes_and_vineyards::
· link,
* McsEngl.Grapes_and_vineyards@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Grapes_and_vineyards,

Grassland::
· link,
* McsEngl.Grassland@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Grassland,

Grazing_livestock_density_index::
· link,
* McsEngl.Grazing_livestock_density_index@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Grazing_livestock_density_index,

Grazing_time::
· link,
* McsEngl.Grazing_time@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Grazing_time,

Greater_city::
· link,
* McsEngl.Greater_city@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Greater_city,

Greenhouse_gas_(GHG)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Greenhouse_gas_(GHG)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Greenhouse_gas_(GHG),

Gross_capital_formation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_capital_formation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_capital_formation,

Gross_consumption::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_consumption@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_consumption,

Gross_domestic_expenditure_on_R_&_D_(GERD)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_domestic_expenditure_on_R_&_D_(GERD)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_domestic_expenditure_on_R_&_D_(GERD),

Gross_domestic_product_(GDP)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_domestic_product_(GDP)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_domestic_product_(GDP),

Gross_domestic_product_(GDP)_at_market_prices::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_domestic_product_(GDP)_at_market_prices@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_domestic_product_(GDP)_at_market_prices,

Gross_domestic_product_(GDP)_in_purchasing_power_standards::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_domestic_product_(GDP)_in_purchasing_power_standards@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_domestic_product_(GDP)_in_purchasing_power_standards,

Gross_earnings::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_earnings@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_earnings,

Gross_electricity_consumption::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_electricity_consumption@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_electricity_consumption,

Gross_electricity_generation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_electricity_generation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_electricity_generation,

Gross_electricity_generation_at_plant_level::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_electricity_generation_at_plant_level@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_electricity_generation_at_plant_level,

Gross_electricity_production::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_electricity_production@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_electricity_production,

Gross_energy_consumption::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_energy_consumption@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_energy_consumption,

Gross_fixed_capital_formation_(GFCF)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_fixed_capital_formation_(GFCF)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_fixed_capital_formation_(GFCF),

Gross_income::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_income@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_income,

Gross_indigenous_production_(GIP)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_indigenous_production_(GIP)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_indigenous_production_(GIP),

Gross_inland_consumption::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_inland_consumption@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_inland_consumption,

Gross_inland_energy_consumption::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_inland_energy_consumption@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_inland_energy_consumption,

Gross_investment_in_construction_and_improvement_of_buildings_-_FRIBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_investment_in_construction_and_improvement_of_buildings_-_FRIBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_investment_in_construction_and_improvement_of_buildings_-_FRIBS,

Gross_investment_in_intangible_non-current_assets_-_FRIBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_investment_in_intangible_non-current_assets_-_FRIBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_investment_in_intangible_non-current_assets_-_FRIBS,

Gross_investment_in_land_-_FRIBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_investment_in_land_-_FRIBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_investment_in_land_-_FRIBS,

Gross_investment_in_machinery_and_equipment_-_FRIBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_investment_in_machinery_and_equipment_-_FRIBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_investment_in_machinery_and_equipment_-_FRIBS,

Gross_investment_in_tangible_goods_-_SBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_investment_in_tangible_goods_-_SBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_investment_in_tangible_goods_-_SBS,

Gross_investment_in_tangible_non-current_assets_-_FRIBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_investment_in_tangible_non-current_assets_-_FRIBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_investment_in_tangible_non-current_assets_-_FRIBS,

Gross_investment_in_the_acquisition_of_existing_buildings_-_FRIBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_investment_in_the_acquisition_of_existing_buildings_-_FRIBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_investment_in_the_acquisition_of_existing_buildings_-_FRIBS,

Gross_mixed_income::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_mixed_income@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_mixed_income,

Gross_national_electricity_consumption::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_national_electricity_consumption@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_national_electricity_consumption,

Gross_national_income_(GNI)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_national_income_(GNI)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_national_income_(GNI),

Gross_nitrogen_balance::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_nitrogen_balance@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_nitrogen_balance,

Gross_operating_rate_-_SBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_operating_rate_-_SBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_operating_rate_-_SBS,

Gross_operating_surplus_(GOS)_-_NA::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_operating_surplus_(GOS)_-_NA@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_operating_surplus_(GOS)_-_NA,

Gross_operating_surplus_-_SBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_operating_surplus_-_SBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_operating_surplus_-_SBS,

Gross_phosphorus_balance::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_phosphorus_balance@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_phosphorus_balance,

Gross_value_added::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_value_added@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_value_added,

Gross_value_added_at_basic_prices::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_value_added_at_basic_prices@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_value_added_at_basic_prices,

Gross_value_added_at_market_prices::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_value_added_at_market_prices@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_value_added_at_market_prices,

Gross_value_added_at_producer_prices::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_value_added_at_producer_prices@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_value_added_at_producer_prices,

Gross_vehicle_weight::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_vehicle_weight@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_vehicle_weight,

Gross_weight::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross_weight@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross_weight,

Gross-gross_weight::
· link,
* McsEngl.Gross-gross_weight@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Gross-gross_weight,

Groundwater::
· link,
* McsEngl.Groundwater@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Groundwater,

Groundwater_abstraction::
· link,
* McsEngl.Groundwater_abstraction@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Groundwater_abstraction,

Group_of_Twenty_(G20)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Group_of_Twenty_(G20)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Group_of_Twenty_(G20),

Grubbing::
· link,
* McsEngl.Grubbing@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Grubbing,

Grundtvig_programme::
· link,
* McsEngl.Grundtvig_programme@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Grundtvig_programme,

GVA::
· link,
* McsEngl.GVA@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/GVA,

GWh::
· link,
* McsEngl.GWh@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/GWh,

GWP::
· link,
* McsEngl.GWP@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/GWP,

Habitats::
· link,
* McsEngl.Habitats@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Habitats,

Hard_data::
· link,
* McsEngl.Hard_data@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Hard_data,

Harmonised_European_Time_Use_Surveys_(HETUS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Harmonised_European_Time_Use_Surveys_(HETUS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Harmonised_European_Time_Use_Surveys_(HETUS),

Harmonised_index_of_consumer_prices_(HICP)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Harmonised_index_of_consumer_prices_(HICP)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Harmonised_index_of_consumer_prices_(HICP),

Harmonized_commodity_description_and_coding_system::
· link,
* McsEngl.Harmonized_commodity_description_and_coding_system@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Harmonized_commodity_description_and_coding_system,

Harmonized_system_(HS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Harmonized_system_(HS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Harmonized_system_(HS),

Harvest_year::
· link,
* McsEngl.Harvest_year@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Harvest_year,

Harvested_production::
· link,
* McsEngl.Harvested_production@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Harvested_production,

Hazardous_chemicals::
· link,
* McsEngl.Hazardous_chemicals@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Hazardous_chemicals,

HBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.HBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/HBS,

HDI::
· link,
* McsEngl.HDI@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/HDI,

Headcount::
· link,
* McsEngl.Headcount@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Headcount,

Health_accounts::
· link,
* McsEngl.Health_accounts@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Health_accounts,

Healthcare::
· link,
* McsEngl.Healthcare@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Healthcare,

Healthy_life_years_(HLY)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Healthy_life_years_(HLY)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Healthy_life_years_(HLY),

Hedge::
· link,
* McsEngl.Hedge@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Hedge,

Heifer::
· link,
* McsEngl.Heifer@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Heifer,

Hemeroby_index::
· link,
* McsEngl.Hemeroby_index@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Hemeroby_index,

Herbicide::
· link,
* McsEngl.Herbicide@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Herbicide,

HFCE::
· link,
* McsEngl.HFCE@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/HFCE,

HFMCE::
· link,
* McsEngl.HFMCE@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/HFMCE,

HICP::
· link,
* McsEngl.HICP@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/HICP,

High-density_cluster::
· link,
* McsEngl.High-density_cluster@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/High-density_cluster,

High-growth_enterprise::
· link,
* McsEngl.High-growth_enterprise@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/High-growth_enterprise,

High-speed_rail::
· link,
* McsEngl.High-speed_rail@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/High-speed_rail,

High-tech::
· link,
* McsEngl.High-tech@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/High-tech,

High-tech_classification_of_manufacturing_industries::
· link,
* McsEngl.High-tech_classification_of_manufacturing_industries@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/High-tech_classification_of_manufacturing_industries,

Higher_education_sector_-_R_&_D::
· link,
* McsEngl.Higher_education_sector_-_R_&_D@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Higher_education_sector_-_R_&_D,

HLY::
· link,
* McsEngl.HLY@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/HLY,

Holder_of_agricultural_holding::
· link,
* McsEngl.Holder_of_agricultural_holding@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Holder_of_agricultural_holding,

Holding::
· link,
* McsEngl.Holding@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Holding,

Holding_with_livestock::
· link,
* McsEngl.Holding_with_livestock@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Holding_with_livestock,

Holiday_and_other_short-stay_accommodation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Holiday_and_other_short-stay_accommodation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Holiday_and_other_short-stay_accommodation,

Holiday_dwelling::
· link,
* McsEngl.Holiday_dwelling@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Holiday_dwelling,

Home_burglary::
· link,
* McsEngl.Home_burglary@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Home_burglary,

Home_country::
· link,
* McsEngl.Home_country@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Home_country,

Homicide::
· link,
* McsEngl.Homicide@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Homicide,

Hospital::
· link,
* McsEngl.Hospital@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Hospital,

Hospital_bed::
· link,
* McsEngl.Hospital_bed@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Hospital_bed,

Hospital_discharge::
· link,
* McsEngl.Hospital_discharge@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Hospital_discharge,

Host_country::
· link,
* McsEngl.Host_country@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Host_country,

Hotel::
· link,
* McsEngl.Hotel@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Hotel,

Hotels_and_similar_accommodation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Hotels_and_similar_accommodation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Hotels_and_similar_accommodation,

Hours_worked::
· link,
* McsEngl.Hours_worked@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Hours_worked,

Hours_worked_by_employees_-_FRIBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Hours_worked_by_employees_-_FRIBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Hours_worked_by_employees_-_FRIBS,

Hours_worked_index_-_STS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Hours_worked_index_-_STS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Hours_worked_index_-_STS,

Hours_worked_—_SBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Hours_worked_—_SBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Hours_worked_—_SBS,

House_price_index_(HPI)::
· link,
* McsEngl.House_price_index_(HPI)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/House_price_index_(HPI),

Household::
· link,
* McsEngl.Household@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Household,

Household_-_social_statistics::
· link,
* McsEngl.Household_-_social_statistics@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Household_-_social_statistics,

Household_budget_survey_(HBS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Household_budget_survey_(HBS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Household_budget_survey_(HBS),

Household_debt-to-income_ratio::
· link,
* McsEngl.Household_debt-to-income_ratio@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Household_debt-to-income_ratio,

Household_final_consumption_expenditure_(HFCE)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Household_final_consumption_expenditure_(HFCE)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Household_final_consumption_expenditure_(HFCE),

Household_final_monetary_consumption_expenditure_(HFMCE)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Household_final_monetary_consumption_expenditure_(HFMCE)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Household_final_monetary_consumption_expenditure_(HFMCE),

Household_investment_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Household_investment_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Household_investment_rate,

Household_net_financial_assets-to-income_ratio::
· link,
* McsEngl.Household_net_financial_assets-to-income_ratio@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Household_net_financial_assets-to-income_ratio,

Household_saving::
· link,
* McsEngl.Household_saving@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Household_saving,

Household_saving_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Household_saving_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Household_saving_rate,

Household_sector::
· link,
* McsEngl.Household_sector@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Household_sector,

Household_situation_concerning_arrears_and_outstanding_amounts::
· link,
* McsEngl.Household_situation_concerning_arrears_and_outstanding_amounts@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Household_situation_concerning_arrears_and_outstanding_amounts,

Households_disposable_income::
· link,
* McsEngl.Households_disposable_income@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Households_disposable_income,

Households_real_income_per_capita::
· link,
* McsEngl.Households_real_income_per_capita@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Households_real_income_per_capita,

Housing_cost_overburden_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Housing_cost_overburden_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Housing_cost_overburden_rate,

HPI::
· link,
* McsEngl.HPI@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/HPI,

HRST::
· link,
* McsEngl.HRST@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/HRST,

HS::
· link,
* McsEngl.HS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/HS,

Hub_port::
· link,
* McsEngl.Hub_port@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Hub_port,

Human_development_index_(HDI)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Human_development_index_(HDI)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Human_development_index_(HDI),

Human_resources_in_science_and_technology_(HRST)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Human_resources_in_science_and_technology_(HRST)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Human_resources_in_science_and_technology_(HRST),

Human_resources_in_science_and_technology_(HRST)_flow::
· link,
* McsEngl.Human_resources_in_science_and_technology_(HRST)_flow@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Human_resources_in_science_and_technology_(HRST)_flow,

Human_resources_in_science_and_technology_(HRST)_stock::
· link,
* McsEngl.Human_resources_in_science_and_technology_(HRST)_stock@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Human_resources_in_science_and_technology_(HRST)_stock,

Humanitarian_status::
· link,
* McsEngl.Humanitarian_status@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Humanitarian_status,

Hypercube::
· link,
* McsEngl.Hypercube@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Hypercube,

ICHA::
· link,
* McsEngl.ICHA@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ICHA,

ICT::
· link,
* McsEngl.ICT@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ICT,

ILO::
· link,
* McsEngl.ILO@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ILO,

IMF::
· link,
* McsEngl.IMF@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/IMF,

Immigrant::
· link,
* McsEngl.Immigrant@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Immigrant,

Immigration::
· link,
* McsEngl.Immigration@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Immigration,

Import::
· link,
* McsEngl.Import@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Import,

Import_price_index::
· link,
* McsEngl.Import_price_index@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Import_price_index,

IMPR::
· link,
* McsEngl.IMPR@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/IMPR,

Imputed_social_contributions::
· link,
* McsEngl.Imputed_social_contributions@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Imputed_social_contributions,

In-patient::
· link,
* McsEngl.In-patient@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/In-patient,

In-sample_vs._out-of-sample_forecasts::
· link,
* McsEngl.In-sample_vs._out-of-sample_forecasts@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/In-sample_vs._out-of-sample_forecasts,

Inactive::
· link,
* McsEngl.Inactive@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Inactive,

Incineration::
· link,
* McsEngl.Incineration@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Incineration,

Income_approach::
· link,
* McsEngl.Income_approach@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Income_approach,

Income_quintile_group::
· link,
* McsEngl.Income_quintile_group@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Income_quintile_group,

Income_quintile_share_ratio::
· link,
* McsEngl.Income_quintile_share_ratio@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Income_quintile_share_ratio,

Income_tercile::
· link,
* McsEngl.Income_tercile@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Income_tercile,

Incorporation_time_of_manure::
· link,
* McsEngl.Incorporation_time_of_manure@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Incorporation_time_of_manure,

Incumbent_(in_fixed_telecommunications)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Incumbent_(in_fixed_telecommunications)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Incumbent_(in_fixed_telecommunications),

Index_number::
· link,
* McsEngl.Index_number@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Index_number,

Index_of_gross_wages_and_salaries_—_STS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Index_of_gross_wages_and_salaries_—_STS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Index_of_gross_wages_and_salaries_—_STS,

Indicator_A::
· link,
* McsEngl.Indicator_A@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Indicator_A,

Industrial_crops::
· link,
* McsEngl.Industrial_crops@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Industrial_crops,

Industrial_import_price_index_(IMPR)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Industrial_import_price_index_(IMPR)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Industrial_import_price_index_(IMPR),

Industrial_waste::
· link,
* McsEngl.Industrial_waste@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Industrial_waste,

Industry::
· link,
* McsEngl.Industry@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Industry,

Inequality_of_income_distribution::
· link,
* McsEngl.Inequality_of_income_distribution@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Inequality_of_income_distribution,

Infant_mortality::
· link,
* McsEngl.Infant_mortality@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Infant_mortality,

Infant_mortality_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Infant_mortality_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Infant_mortality_rate,

Inflation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Inflation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Inflation,

Inflation_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Inflation_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Inflation_rate,

Informal_sector::
· link,
* McsEngl.Informal_sector@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Informal_sector,

Information_and_communication_technology_(ICT)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Information_and_communication_technology_(ICT)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Information_and_communication_technology_(ICT),

Initial_education::
· link,
* McsEngl.Initial_education@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Initial_education,

Injection_of_manure::
· link,
* McsEngl.Injection_of_manure@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Injection_of_manure,

Inland_transport::
· link,
* McsEngl.Inland_transport@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Inland_transport,

Inland_waterway::
· link,
* McsEngl.Inland_waterway@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Inland_waterway,

Inlier::
· link,
* McsEngl.Inlier@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Inlier,

Innovating_enterprise::
· link,
* McsEngl.Innovating_enterprise@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Innovating_enterprise,

Innovation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Innovation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Innovation,

Innovation_activity::
· link,
* McsEngl.Innovation_activity@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Innovation_activity,

Innovation_output_indicator_(IOI)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Innovation_output_indicator_(IOI)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Innovation_output_indicator_(IOI),

Innovation_union_scoreboard_(IUS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Innovation_union_scoreboard_(IUS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Innovation_union_scoreboard_(IUS),

Innovation-active_firm::
· link,
* McsEngl.Innovation-active_firm@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Innovation-active_firm,

Inquest::
· link,
* McsEngl.Inquest@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Inquest,

Insecticide::
· link,
* McsEngl.Insecticide@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Insecticide,

Institutional_household::
· link,
* McsEngl.Institutional_household@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Institutional_household,

Institutional_sector::
· link,
* McsEngl.Institutional_sector@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Institutional_sector,

Institutional_sector_-_R_&_D::
· link,
* McsEngl.Institutional_sector_-_R_&_D@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Institutional_sector_-_R_&_D,

Institutional_unit::
· link,
* McsEngl.Institutional_unit@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Institutional_unit,

Instruments_and_equipment_for_R_&_D::
· link,
* McsEngl.Instruments_and_equipment_for_R_&_D@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Instruments_and_equipment_for_R_&_D,

Integrated_Pollution_Prevention_and_Control::
· link,
* McsEngl.Integrated_Pollution_Prevention_and_Control@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Integrated_Pollution_Prevention_and_Control,

Intellectual_property_right::
· link,
* McsEngl.Intellectual_property_right@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Intellectual_property_right,

Intensification::
· link,
* McsEngl.Intensification@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Intensification,

Intensive_farming::
· link,
* McsEngl.Intensive_farming@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Intensive_farming,

Intentional_homicide::
· link,
* McsEngl.Intentional_homicide@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Intentional_homicide,

Interest_-_NA::
· link,
* McsEngl.Interest_-_NA@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Interest_-_NA,

Interest_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Interest_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Interest_rate,

Intermediate_consumption::
· link,
* McsEngl.Intermediate_consumption@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Intermediate_consumption,

Intermediate_density_area::
· link,
* McsEngl.Intermediate_density_area@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Intermediate_density_area,

Intermediate_region::
· link,
* McsEngl.Intermediate_region@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Intermediate_region,

Internal_flow::
· link,
* McsEngl.Internal_flow@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Internal_flow,

Internal_market::
· link,
* McsEngl.Internal_market@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Internal_market,

International_classification_for_health_accounts_(ICHA)::
· link,
* McsEngl.International_classification_for_health_accounts_(ICHA)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/International_classification_for_health_accounts_(ICHA),

International_classification_of_diseases_(ICD)::
· link,
* McsEngl.International_classification_of_diseases_(ICD)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/International_classification_of_diseases_(ICD),

International_corporation::
· link,
* McsEngl.International_corporation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/International_corporation,

International_Investment_Position::
· link,
* McsEngl.International_Investment_Position@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/International_Investment_Position,

International_Labour_Organization_(ILO)::
· link,
* McsEngl.International_Labour_Organization_(ILO)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/International_Labour_Organization_(ILO),

International_maritime_bunkers::
· link,
* McsEngl.International_maritime_bunkers@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/International_maritime_bunkers,

International_Monetary_Fund_(IMF)::
· link,
* McsEngl.International_Monetary_Fund_(IMF)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/International_Monetary_Fund_(IMF),

International_patent_classification_(IPC)::
· link,
* McsEngl.International_patent_classification_(IPC)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/International_patent_classification_(IPC),

International_sourcing::
· link,
* McsEngl.International_sourcing@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/International_sourcing,

International_standard_classification_of_education_(ISCED)::
· link,
* McsEngl.International_standard_classification_of_education_(ISCED)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/International_standard_classification_of_education_(ISCED),

International_standard_classification_of_occupations_(ISCO)::
· link,
* McsEngl.International_standard_classification_of_occupations_(ISCO)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/International_standard_classification_of_occupations_(ISCO),

International_standard_industrial_classification_of_all_economic_activities_(ISIC)::
· link,
* McsEngl.International_standard_industrial_classification_of_all_economic_activities_(ISIC)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/International_standard_industrial_classification_of_all_economic_activities_(ISIC),

International_standard_statistical_classification_of_aquatic_animals_and_plants_(ISSCAAP)::
· link,
* McsEngl.International_standard_statistical_classification_of_aquatic_animals_and_plants_(ISSCAAP)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/International_standard_statistical_classification_of_aquatic_animals_and_plants_(ISSCAAP),

International_trade_in_goods_by_enterprise_characteristics::
· link,
* McsEngl.International_trade_in_goods_by_enterprise_characteristics@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/International_trade_in_goods_by_enterprise_characteristics,

International_trade_in_goods_statistics_(ITGS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.International_trade_in_goods_statistics_(ITGS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/International_trade_in_goods_statistics_(ITGS),

International_trade_in_services_statistics_(ITSS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.International_trade_in_services_statistics_(ITSS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/International_trade_in_services_statistics_(ITSS),

Internet_access::
· link,
* McsEngl.Internet_access@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Internet_access,

Internet_advertising::
· link,
* McsEngl.Internet_advertising@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Internet_advertising,

Internet_use::
· link,
* McsEngl.Internet_use@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Internet_use,

Internet_user::
· link,
* McsEngl.Internet_user@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Internet_user,

Interpolation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Interpolation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Interpolation,

Interval_estimation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Interval_estimation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Interval_estimation,

Intra-EU::
· link,
* McsEngl.Intra-EU@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Intra-EU,

Intra-EU_flow::
· link,
* McsEngl.Intra-EU_flow@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Intra-EU_flow,

Intrastat::
· link,
* McsEngl.Intrastat@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Intrastat,

Invention::
· link,
* McsEngl.Invention@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Invention,

Investment_-_EPEA::
· link,
* McsEngl.Investment_-_EPEA@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Investment_-_EPEA,

Investment_-_NA::
· link,
* McsEngl.Investment_-_NA@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Investment_-_NA,

Inward_FATS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Inward_FATS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Inward_FATS,

IPC::
· link,
* McsEngl.IPC@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/IPC,

IPPC::
· link,
* McsEngl.IPPC@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/IPPC,

Irrigable_area::
· link,
* McsEngl.Irrigable_area@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Irrigable_area,

Irrigated_area::
· link,
* McsEngl.Irrigated_area@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Irrigated_area,

Irrigation_system::
· link,
* McsEngl.Irrigation_system@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Irrigation_system,

ISCED::
· link,
* McsEngl.ISCED@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ISCED,

ISCO::
· link,
* McsEngl.ISCO@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ISCO,

ISIC::
· link,
* McsEngl.ISIC@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ISIC,

Island_region::
· link,
* McsEngl.Island_region@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Island_region,

Iterated_multiperiod_forecast::
· link,
* McsEngl.Iterated_multiperiod_forecast@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Iterated_multiperiod_forecast,

ITSS::
· link,
* McsEngl.ITSS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ITSS,

Job_vacancy::
· link,
* McsEngl.Job_vacancy@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Job_vacancy,

Job_vacancy_rate_(JVR)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Job_vacancy_rate_(JVR)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Job_vacancy_rate_(JVR),

Jobless_households::
· link,
* McsEngl.Jobless_households@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Jobless_households,

Joint_forest_sector_questionnaire_(JFSQ)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Joint_forest_sector_questionnaire_(JFSQ)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Joint_forest_sector_questionnaire_(JFSQ),

Joint_health_accounts_data_collection::
· link,
* McsEngl.Joint_health_accounts_data_collection@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Joint_health_accounts_data_collection,

Judges::
· link,
* McsEngl.Judges@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Judges,

JVR::
· link,
* McsEngl.JVR@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/JVR,

KAU::
· link,
* McsEngl.KAU@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/KAU,

Kilograms_of_oil_equivalent_(kgoe)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Kilograms_of_oil_equivalent_(kgoe)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Kilograms_of_oil_equivalent_(kgoe),

Kilowatt_hours_(KWh)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Kilowatt_hours_(KWh)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Kilowatt_hours_(KWh),

Kind-of-activity_unit_(KAU)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Kind-of-activity_unit_(KAU)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Kind-of-activity_unit_(KAU),

Kind-of-activity_unit_and_local-kind-of-activity_unit::
· link,
* McsEngl.Kind-of-activity_unit_and_local-kind-of-activity_unit@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Kind-of-activity_unit_and_local-kind-of-activity_unit,

KIS::
· link,
* McsEngl.KIS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/KIS,

Kitchen_gardens::
· link,
* McsEngl.Kitchen_gardens@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Kitchen_gardens,

Knowledge_Intensive_Activity_(KIA)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Knowledge_Intensive_Activity_(KIA)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Knowledge_Intensive_Activity_(KIA),

Knowledge-based_economy::
· link,
* McsEngl.Knowledge-based_economy@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Knowledge-based_economy,

Knowledge-intensive_services_(KIS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Knowledge-intensive_services_(KIS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Knowledge-intensive_services_(KIS),

KWh::
· link,
* McsEngl.KWh@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/KWh,

Kyoto_basket::
· link,
* McsEngl.Kyoto_basket@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Kyoto_basket,

Kyoto_Convention::
· link,
* McsEngl.Kyoto_Convention@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Kyoto_Convention,

Kyoto_mechanisms::
· link,
* McsEngl.Kyoto_mechanisms@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Kyoto_mechanisms,

Kyoto_Protocol::
· link,
* McsEngl.Kyoto_Protocol@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Kyoto_Protocol,

Kyoto_target::
· link,
* McsEngl.Kyoto_target@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Kyoto_target,

Labour_cost::
· link,
* McsEngl.Labour_cost@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Labour_cost,

Labour_cost_index_(LCI)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Labour_cost_index_(LCI)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Labour_cost_index_(LCI),

Labour_cost_survey_(LCS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Labour_cost_survey_(LCS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Labour_cost_survey_(LCS),

Labour_force::
· link,
* McsEngl.Labour_force@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Labour_force,

Labour_force_survey_(LFS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Labour_force_survey_(LFS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Labour_force_survey_(LFS),

Labour_market::
· link,
* McsEngl.Labour_market@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Labour_market,

Labour_market_policy_(LMP)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Labour_market_policy_(LMP)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Labour_market_policy_(LMP),

Labour_productivity::
· link,
* McsEngl.Labour_productivity@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Labour_productivity,

Lag::
· link,
* McsEngl.Lag@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Lag,

Lagging_indicator::
· link,
* McsEngl.Lagging_indicator@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Lagging_indicator,

Land_and_buildings_for_R_&_D::
· link,
* McsEngl.Land_and_buildings_for_R_&_D@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Land_and_buildings_for_R_&_D,

Land_cover::
· link,
* McsEngl.Land_cover@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Land_cover,

Land_take::
· link,
* McsEngl.Land_take@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Land_take,

Land_use::
· link,
* McsEngl.Land_use@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Land_use,

Land_use/cover_area_frame_survey_(LUCAS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Land_use/cover_area_frame_survey_(LUCAS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Land_use/cover_area_frame_survey_(LUCAS),

Landfill::
· link,
* McsEngl.Landfill@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Landfill,

Landscape::
· link,
* McsEngl.Landscape@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Landscape,

Language_codes::
· link,
* McsEngl.Language_codes@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Language_codes,

Large_enterprises::
· link,
* McsEngl.Large_enterprises@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Large_enterprises,

Laspeyres_price_index::
· link,
* McsEngl.Laspeyres_price_index@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Laspeyres_price_index,

Late_maternal_death::
· link,
* McsEngl.Late_maternal_death@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Late_maternal_death,

LAU1::
· link,
* McsEngl.LAU1@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/LAU1,

LAU2::
· link,
* McsEngl.LAU2@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/LAU2,

LCI::
· link,
* McsEngl.LCI@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/LCI,

LCS::
· link,
* McsEngl.LCS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/LCS,

Lead::
· link,
* McsEngl.Lead@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Lead,

Lead_time::
· link,
* McsEngl.Lead_time@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Lead_time,

Leading_indicator::
· link,
* McsEngl.Leading_indicator@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Leading_indicator,

Leading_operator::
· link,
* McsEngl.Leading_operator@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Leading_operator,

Least_developed_countries::
· link,
* McsEngl.Least_developed_countries@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Least_developed_countries,

Legal_or_social_entity::
· link,
* McsEngl.Legal_or_social_entity@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Legal_or_social_entity,

Legal_personality_of_the_holding::
· link,
* McsEngl.Legal_personality_of_the_holding@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Legal_personality_of_the_holding,

Legal_unit::
· link,
* McsEngl.Legal_unit@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Legal_unit,

Letter_box::
· link,
* McsEngl.Letter_box@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Letter_box,

Letter_post_service::
· link,
* McsEngl.Letter_post_service@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Letter_post_service,

Letter-post_item::
· link,
* McsEngl.Letter-post_item@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Letter-post_item,

Level_crossing_accidents::
· link,
* McsEngl.Level_crossing_accidents@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Level_crossing_accidents,

Levels_of_data::
· link,
* McsEngl.Levels_of_data@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Levels_of_data,

LFS::
· link,
* McsEngl.LFS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/LFS,

Liability::
· link,
* McsEngl.Liability@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Liability,

Licensed_physician::
· link,
* McsEngl.Licensed_physician@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Licensed_physician,

Life_expectancy::
· link,
* McsEngl.Life_expectancy@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Life_expectancy,

Life_expectancy_at_birth::
· link,
* McsEngl.Life_expectancy_at_birth@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Life_expectancy_at_birth,

Life_table::
· link,
* McsEngl.Life_table@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Life_table,

Lifelong_learning::
· link,
* McsEngl.Lifelong_learning@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Lifelong_learning,

Light_rail::
· link,
* McsEngl.Light_rail@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Light_rail,

Ligneous_crops::
· link,
* McsEngl.Ligneous_crops@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Ligneous_crops,

Liquidity::
· link,
* McsEngl.Liquidity@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Liquidity,

Liquidity_risk::
· link,
* McsEngl.Liquidity_risk@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Liquidity_risk,

Lisbon_agenda::
· link,
* McsEngl.Lisbon_agenda@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Lisbon_agenda,

Lisbon_objectives::
· link,
* McsEngl.Lisbon_objectives@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Lisbon_objectives,

Lisbon_process::
· link,
* McsEngl.Lisbon_process@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Lisbon_process,

Lisbon_Strategy::
· link,
* McsEngl.Lisbon_Strategy@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Lisbon_Strategy,

Lisbon_Summit::
· link,
* McsEngl.Lisbon_Summit@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Lisbon_Summit,

Lisbon_Treaty::
· link,
* McsEngl.Lisbon_Treaty@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Lisbon_Treaty,

Live_birth::
· link,
* McsEngl.Live_birth@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Live_birth,

Live_births_outside_marriage::
· link,
* McsEngl.Live_births_outside_marriage@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Live_births_outside_marriage,

Live_weight_of_fishery_products::
· link,
* McsEngl.Live_weight_of_fishery_products@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Live_weight_of_fishery_products,

Livestock_density_index::
· link,
* McsEngl.Livestock_density_index@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Livestock_density_index,

Livestock_pattern::
· link,
* McsEngl.Livestock_pattern@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Livestock_pattern,

Livestock_survey::
· link,
* McsEngl.Livestock_survey@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Livestock_survey,

Livestock_unit_(LSU)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Livestock_unit_(LSU)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Livestock_unit_(LSU),

LMP::
· link,
* McsEngl.LMP@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/LMP,

Load_capacity::
· link,
* McsEngl.Load_capacity@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Load_capacity,

Local_administrative_Unit_(LAU)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Local_administrative_Unit_(LAU)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Local_administrative_Unit_(LAU),

Local_call::
· link,
* McsEngl.Local_call@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Local_call,

Local_government::
· link,
* McsEngl.Local_government@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Local_government,

Local_kind-of-activity_unit::
· link,
* McsEngl.Local_kind-of-activity_unit@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Local_kind-of-activity_unit,

Local_unit::
· link,
* McsEngl.Local_unit@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Local_unit,

Local_unit_-_SBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Local_unit_-_SBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Local_unit_-_SBS,

Location_of_the_farm::
· link,
* McsEngl.Location_of_the_farm@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Location_of_the_farm,

Long_tourism_trip::
· link,
* McsEngl.Long_tourism_trip@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Long_tourism_trip,

Long-distance_call::
· link,
* McsEngl.Long-distance_call@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Long-distance_call,

Long-term_annual_average_water_resources::
· link,
* McsEngl.Long-term_annual_average_water_resources@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Long-term_annual_average_water_resources,

Long-term_emigrant::
· link,
* McsEngl.Long-term_emigrant@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Long-term_emigrant,

Long-term_immigrant::
· link,
* McsEngl.Long-term_immigrant@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Long-term_immigrant,

Long-term_residence_permits::
· link,
* McsEngl.Long-term_residence_permits@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Long-term_residence_permits,

Long-term_unemployment::
· link,
* McsEngl.Long-term_unemployment@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Long-term_unemployment,

Longstanding_health_problem_or_disease::
· link,
* McsEngl.Longstanding_health_problem_or_disease@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Longstanding_health_problem_or_disease,

Lower_middle_income_countries::
· link,
* McsEngl.Lower_middle_income_countries@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Lower_middle_income_countries,

LSU::
· link,
* McsEngl.LSU@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/LSU,

LU::
· link,
* McsEngl.LU@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/LU,

LUCAS::
· link,
* McsEngl.LUCAS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/LUCAS,

Maastricht_criteria::
· link,
* McsEngl.Maastricht_criteria@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Maastricht_criteria,

Maastricht_Treaty::
· link,
* McsEngl.Maastricht_Treaty@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Maastricht_Treaty,

Macroeconomic_accounts::
· link,
* McsEngl.Macroeconomic_accounts@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Macroeconomic_accounts,

Main_condition::
· link,
* McsEngl.Main_condition@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Main_condition,

Main_country_of_destination::
· link,
* McsEngl.Main_country_of_destination@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Main_country_of_destination,

Main_industrial_grouping_(MIG)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Main_industrial_grouping_(MIG)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Main_industrial_grouping_(MIG),

Main_ports::
· link,
* McsEngl.Main_ports@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Main_ports,

Manager_of_agricultural_holding::
· link,
* McsEngl.Manager_of_agricultural_holding@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Manager_of_agricultural_holding,

Manufactured_good::
· link,
* McsEngl.Manufactured_good@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Manufactured_good,

Manufacturing::
· link,
* McsEngl.Manufacturing@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Manufacturing,

Manure::
· link,
* McsEngl.Manure@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Manure,

Mariculture::
· link,
* McsEngl.Mariculture@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Mariculture,

Marital_status::
· link,
* McsEngl.Marital_status@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Marital_status,

Maritime_service_area::
· link,
* McsEngl.Maritime_service_area@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Maritime_service_area,

Maritime_transport_port_size::
· link,
* McsEngl.Maritime_transport_port_size@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Maritime_transport_port_size,

Market_output::
· link,
* McsEngl.Market_output@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Market_output,

Market_producer::
· link,
* McsEngl.Market_producer@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Market_producer,

Market_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Market_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Market_rate,

Marketing_innovation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Marketing_innovation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Marketing_innovation,

Marriage::
· link,
* McsEngl.Marriage@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Marriage,

Marriage_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Marriage_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Marriage_rate,

Material_deprivation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Material_deprivation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Material_deprivation,

Material_deprivation_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Material_deprivation_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Material_deprivation_rate,

Material_flow_indicators::
· link,
* McsEngl.Material_flow_indicators@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Material_flow_indicators,

Maternal_death::
· link,
* McsEngl.Maternal_death@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Maternal_death,

Maturity_date::
· link,
* McsEngl.Maturity_date@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Maturity_date,

Maximum_permissible_laden_weight_(MPLW)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Maximum_permissible_laden_weight_(MPLW)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Maximum_permissible_laden_weight_(MPLW),

MBT::
· link,
* McsEngl.MBT@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/MBT,

MBT_plant::
· link,
* McsEngl.MBT_plant@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/MBT_plant,

Mean::
· link,
* McsEngl.Mean@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Mean,

Mean_age_at_first_marriage::
· link,
* McsEngl.Mean_age_at_first_marriage@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Mean_age_at_first_marriage,

Mean_age_of_women_at_first_birth::
· link,
* McsEngl.Mean_age_of_women_at_first_birth@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Mean_age_of_women_at_first_birth,

Means-tested_benefits::
· link,
* McsEngl.Means-tested_benefits@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Means-tested_benefits,

Measure::
· link,
* McsEngl.Measure@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Measure,

Meat_production::
· link,
* McsEngl.Meat_production@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Meat_production,

Mechanical_biological_treatment_(MBT)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Mechanical_biological_treatment_(MBT)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Mechanical_biological_treatment_(MBT),

Median::
· link,
* McsEngl.Median@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Median,

Median_age::
· link,
* McsEngl.Median_age@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Median_age,

Medical_certification::
· link,
* McsEngl.Medical_certification@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Medical_certification,

Mediterranean_Member_States::
· link,
* McsEngl.Mediterranean_Member_States@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Mediterranean_Member_States,

Medium-sized_enterprises::
· link,
* McsEngl.Medium-sized_enterprises@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Medium-sized_enterprises,

Megatonne_(Mt)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Megatonne_(Mt)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Megatonne_(Mt),

Mercosur::
· link,
* McsEngl.Mercosur@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Mercosur,

Merger_of_enterprises::
· link,
* McsEngl.Merger_of_enterprises@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Merger_of_enterprises,

Metadata::
· link,
* McsEngl.Metadata@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Metadata,

Metal_ores::
· link,
* McsEngl.Metal_ores@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Metal_ores,

Methodological_soundness::
· link,
* McsEngl.Methodological_soundness@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Methodological_soundness,

Metro_regions::
· link,
* McsEngl.Metro_regions@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Metro_regions,

Metropolitan_France::
· link,
* McsEngl.Metropolitan_France@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Metropolitan_France,

Micro_enterprises::
· link,
* McsEngl.Micro_enterprises@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Micro_enterprises,

Microcar::
· link,
* McsEngl.Microcar@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Microcar,

MIG::
· link,
* McsEngl.MIG@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/MIG,

Migrant::
· link,
* McsEngl.Migrant@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Migrant,

Migrant_transfer::
· link,
* McsEngl.Migrant_transfer@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Migrant_transfer,

Migration::
· link,
* McsEngl.Migration@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Migration,

Milk::
· link,
* McsEngl.Milk@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Milk,

Milk_production::
· link,
* McsEngl.Milk_production@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Milk_production,

Mineral_wastes_from_waste_treatment::
· link,
* McsEngl.Mineral_wastes_from_waste_treatment@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Mineral_wastes_from_waste_treatment,

Minimum_European_Health_Module_(MEHM)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Minimum_European_Health_Module_(MEHM)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Minimum_European_Health_Module_(MEHM),

Minimum_wage::
· link,
* McsEngl.Minimum_wage@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Minimum_wage,

Mixed_oxide_(MOX)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Mixed_oxide_(MOX)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Mixed_oxide_(MOX),

MMTCDE::
· link,
* McsEngl.MMTCDE@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/MMTCDE,

MNC::
· link,
* McsEngl.MNC@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/MNC,

MNE::
· link,
* McsEngl.MNE@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/MNE,

Mobile_communication::
· link,
* McsEngl.Mobile_communication@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Mobile_communication,

Mobile_internet_usage::
· link,
* McsEngl.Mobile_internet_usage@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Mobile_internet_usage,

Mobile_phone_subscription::
· link,
* McsEngl.Mobile_phone_subscription@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Mobile_phone_subscription,

Mobile_post_office::
· link,
* McsEngl.Mobile_post_office@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Mobile_post_office,

Modal_split::
· link,
* McsEngl.Modal_split@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Modal_split,

Modal_split_of_passenger_transport_(%_of_total_inland_passenger-km)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Modal_split_of_passenger_transport_(%_of_total_inland_passenger-km)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Modal_split_of_passenger_transport_(%_of_total_inland_passenger-km),

Mode::
· link,
* McsEngl.Mode@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Mode,

Mode_of_transport::
· link,
* McsEngl.Mode_of_transport@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Mode_of_transport,

Model::
· link,
* McsEngl.Model@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Model,

Modus::
· link,
* McsEngl.Modus@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Modus,

Monetary_poverty::
· link,
* McsEngl.Monetary_poverty@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Monetary_poverty,

Monetary_Union_index_of_consumer_prices_(MUICP)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Monetary_Union_index_of_consumer_prices_(MUICP)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Monetary_Union_index_of_consumer_prices_(MUICP),

Morbidity::
· link,
* McsEngl.Morbidity@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Morbidity,

Morbidity_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Morbidity_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Morbidity_rate,

Mortality::
· link,
* McsEngl.Mortality@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Mortality,

Mortality_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Mortality_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Mortality_rate,

Motor_energy::
· link,
* McsEngl.Motor_energy@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Motor_energy,

Motorway::
· link,
* McsEngl.Motorway@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Motorway,

Mountain_region::
· link,
* McsEngl.Mountain_region@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Mountain_region,

MOX::
· link,
* McsEngl.MOX@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/MOX,

MPI::
· link,
* McsEngl.MPI@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/MPI,

Mt::
· link,
* McsEngl.Mt@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Mt,

MUICP::
· link,
* McsEngl.MUICP@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/MUICP,

Multinational::
· link,
* McsEngl.Multinational@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Multinational,

Multinational_corporation_(MNC)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Multinational_corporation_(MNC)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Multinational_corporation_(MNC),

Multinational_enterprise_(MNE)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Multinational_enterprise_(MNE)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Multinational_enterprise_(MNE),

Munich_Convention::
· link,
* McsEngl.Munich_Convention@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Munich_Convention,

Municipal_waste::
· link,
* McsEngl.Municipal_waste@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Municipal_waste,

Murder::
· link,
* McsEngl.Murder@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Murder,

N-11::
· link,
* McsEngl.N-11@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/N-11,

NA::
· link,
* McsEngl.NA@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/NA,

NACE::
· link,
* McsEngl.NACE@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/NACE,

NAFTA::
· link,
* McsEngl.NAFTA@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/NAFTA,

Naive_forecast::
· link,
* McsEngl.Naive_forecast@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Naive_forecast,

Narrowband::
· link,
* McsEngl.Narrowband@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Narrowband,

National_accounts_(NA)::
· link,
* McsEngl.National_accounts_(NA)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/National_accounts_(NA),

National_accounts_sector::
· link,
* McsEngl.National_accounts_sector@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/National_accounts_sector,

National_Center_for_Scientific_Research::
· link,
* McsEngl.National_Center_for_Scientific_Research@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/National_Center_for_Scientific_Research,

National_citizens::
· link,
* McsEngl.National_citizens@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/National_citizens,

National_disposable_income::
· link,
* McsEngl.National_disposable_income@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/National_disposable_income,

National_expenditure_on_environmental_protection::
· link,
* McsEngl.National_expenditure_on_environmental_protection@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/National_expenditure_on_environmental_protection,

National_public_funding_to_transnationally_coordinated_research::
· link,
* McsEngl.National_public_funding_to_transnationally_coordinated_research@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/National_public_funding_to_transnationally_coordinated_research,

Natural_population_change::
· link,
* McsEngl.Natural_population_change@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Natural_population_change,

Natural_population_decrease::
· link,
* McsEngl.Natural_population_decrease@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Natural_population_decrease,

Natural_population_increase::
· link,
* McsEngl.Natural_population_increase@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Natural_population_increase,

Naturalisation_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Naturalisation_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Naturalisation_rate,

Navigable_inland_waterway::
· link,
* McsEngl.Navigable_inland_waterway@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Navigable_inland_waterway,

Navigable_waterway::
· link,
* McsEngl.Navigable_waterway@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Navigable_waterway,

NDP::
· link,
* McsEngl.NDP@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/NDP,

Near-shoring::
· link,
* McsEngl.Near-shoring@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Near-shoring,

Necropsy::
· link,
* McsEngl.Necropsy@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Necropsy,

NEET::
· link,
* McsEngl.NEET@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/NEET,

Negative_values::
· link,
* McsEngl.Negative_values@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Negative_values,

NESA::
· link,
* McsEngl.NESA@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/NESA,

Net_domestic_energy_use::
· link,
* McsEngl.Net_domestic_energy_use@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Net_domestic_energy_use,

Net_domestic_product_(NDP)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Net_domestic_product_(NDP)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Net_domestic_product_(NDP),

Net_earnings::
· link,
* McsEngl.Net_earnings@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Net_earnings,

Net_electricity_generation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Net_electricity_generation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Net_electricity_generation,

Net_electricity_production::
· link,
* McsEngl.Net_electricity_production@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Net_electricity_production,

Net_enrolment_ratio::
· link,
* McsEngl.Net_enrolment_ratio@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Net_enrolment_ratio,

Net_financial_worth::
· link,
* McsEngl.Net_financial_worth@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Net_financial_worth,

Net_lending_net_borrowing::
· link,
* McsEngl.Net_lending_net_borrowing@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Net_lending_net_borrowing,

Net_migration::
· link,
* McsEngl.Net_migration@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Net_migration,

Net_mixed_income::
· link,
* McsEngl.Net_mixed_income@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Net_mixed_income,

Net_national_income::
· link,
* McsEngl.Net_national_income@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Net_national_income,

Net_occupancy_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Net_occupancy_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Net_occupancy_rate,

Net_operating_surplus_(NOS)_-_NA::
· link,
* McsEngl.Net_operating_surplus_(NOS)_-_NA@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Net_operating_surplus_(NOS)_-_NA,

Net_turnover_-_FRIBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Net_turnover_-_FRIBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Net_turnover_-_FRIBS,

Net_value_added::
· link,
* McsEngl.Net_value_added@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Net_value_added,

New_orders::
· link,
* McsEngl.New_orders@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/New_orders,

New_product::
· link,
* McsEngl.New_product@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/New_product,

Next_eleven_(N-11)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Next_eleven_(N-11)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Next_eleven_(N-11),

Nice_Treaty::
· link,
* McsEngl.Nice_Treaty@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Nice_Treaty,

Nights_spent::
· link,
* McsEngl.Nights_spent@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Nights_spent,

Nitrogen_oxides_(NOx)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Nitrogen_oxides_(NOx)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Nitrogen_oxides_(NOx),

Nomenclature::
· link,
* McsEngl.Nomenclature@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Nomenclature,

Nomenclature_of_territorial_units_for_statistics_(NUTS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Nomenclature_of_territorial_units_for_statistics_(NUTS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Nomenclature_of_territorial_units_for_statistics_(NUTS),

Nominal_effective_exchange_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Nominal_effective_exchange_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Nominal_effective_exchange_rate,

Non-consolidated_accounts::
· link,
* McsEngl.Non-consolidated_accounts@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Non-consolidated_accounts,

Non-consolidated_financial_account::
· link,
* McsEngl.Non-consolidated_financial_account@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Non-consolidated_financial_account,

Non-fatal_accident_at_work::
· link,
* McsEngl.Non-fatal_accident_at_work@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Non-fatal_accident_at_work,

Non-financial_business_economy::
· link,
* McsEngl.Non-financial_business_economy@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Non-financial_business_economy,

Non-financial_corporations_sector::
· link,
* McsEngl.Non-financial_corporations_sector@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Non-financial_corporations_sector,

Non-financial_non-produced_assets::
· link,
* McsEngl.Non-financial_non-produced_assets@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Non-financial_non-produced_assets,

Non-financial_services::
· link,
* McsEngl.Non-financial_services@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Non-financial_services,

Non-market_output::
· link,
* McsEngl.Non-market_output@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Non-market_output,

Non-market_producer::
· link,
* McsEngl.Non-market_producer@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Non-market_producer,

Non-metallic_minerals::
· link,
* McsEngl.Non-metallic_minerals@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Non-metallic_minerals,

Non-methane_volatile_organic_compounds_(NMVOC)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Non-methane_volatile_organic_compounds_(NMVOC)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Non-methane_volatile_organic_compounds_(NMVOC),

Non-nationals::
· link,
* McsEngl.Non-nationals@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Non-nationals,

Non-observed_economy_(NOE)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Non-observed_economy_(NOE)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Non-observed_economy_(NOE),

Non-profit_institution_(NPI)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Non-profit_institution_(NPI)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Non-profit_institution_(NPI),

Non-profit_institutions_serving_households_(NPISH)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Non-profit_institutions_serving_households_(NPISH)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Non-profit_institutions_serving_households_(NPISH),

Non-rented_accommodation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Non-rented_accommodation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Non-rented_accommodation,

Non-resident::
· link,
* McsEngl.Non-resident@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Non-resident,

Non-residential_building::
· link,
* McsEngl.Non-residential_building@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Non-residential_building,

Nordic_countries::
· link,
* McsEngl.Nordic_countries@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Nordic_countries,

Nordic_Member_States::
· link,
* McsEngl.Nordic_Member_States@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Nordic_Member_States,

Normal_weight::
· link,
* McsEngl.Normal_weight@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Normal_weight,

North_American_Free_Trade_Agreement_(NAFTA)::
· link,
* McsEngl.North_American_Free_Trade_Agreement_(NAFTA)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/North_American_Free_Trade_Agreement_(NAFTA),

Northeast_and_South_Asia_(NESA)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Northeast_and_South_Asia_(NESA)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Northeast_and_South_Asia_(NESA),

Novel_product::
· link,
* McsEngl.Novel_product@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Novel_product,

Nowcasting::
· link,
* McsEngl.Nowcasting@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Nowcasting,

NPI::
· link,
* McsEngl.NPI@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/NPI,

NPISH::
· link,
* McsEngl.NPISH@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/NPISH,

NST::
· link,
* McsEngl.NST@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/NST,

NST_2007::
· link,
* McsEngl.NST_2007@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/NST_2007,

Number_raised_estimation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Number_raised_estimation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Number_raised_estimation,

Nursery::
· link,
* McsEngl.Nursery@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Nursery,

NUTS::
· link,
* McsEngl.NUTS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/NUTS,

Obese::
· link,
* McsEngl.Obese@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Obese,

Obesity::
· link,
* McsEngl.Obesity@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Obesity,

Obesity_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Obesity_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Obesity_rate,

Observation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Observation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Observation,

Observation_unit::
· link,
* McsEngl.Observation_unit@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Observation_unit,

Observation_unit_-_STS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Observation_unit_-_STS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Observation_unit_-_STS,

Occupied_post::
· link,
* McsEngl.Occupied_post@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Occupied_post,

Oceania::
· link,
* McsEngl.Oceania@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Oceania,

ODA::
· link,
* McsEngl.ODA@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ODA,

ODS::
· link,
* McsEngl.ODS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/ODS,

OECD::
· link,
* McsEngl.OECD@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/OECD,

Off-shoring::
· link,
* McsEngl.Off-shoring@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Off-shoring,

Official_aid::
· link,
* McsEngl.Official_aid@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Official_aid,

Official_development_assistance_(ODA)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Official_development_assistance_(ODA)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Official_development_assistance_(ODA),

Official_lending_rate_for_loans::
· link,
* McsEngl.Official_lending_rate_for_loans@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Official_lending_rate_for_loans,

Official_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Official_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Official_rate,

Oilseeds::
· link,
* McsEngl.Oilseeds@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Oilseeds,

Old_age_pension::
· link,
* McsEngl.Old_age_pension@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Old_age_pension,

Old-age_dependency_ratio::
· link,
* McsEngl.Old-age_dependency_ratio@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Old-age_dependency_ratio,

Old-age_employment_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Old-age_employment_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Old-age_employment_rate,

Olives::
· link,
* McsEngl.Olives@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Olives,

OMC::
· link,
* McsEngl.OMC@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/OMC,

On-time_delivery_of_priority_letter::
· link,
* McsEngl.On-time_delivery_of_priority_letter@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/On-time_delivery_of_priority_letter,

OPEC::
· link,
* McsEngl.OPEC@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/OPEC,

Open_method_of_coordination_(OMC)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Open_method_of_coordination_(OMC)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Open_method_of_coordination_(OMC),

Operating_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Operating_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Operating_rate,

Operating_surplus::
· link,
* McsEngl.Operating_surplus@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Operating_surplus,

Ordinary_letter::
· link,
* McsEngl.Ordinary_letter@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Ordinary_letter,

Organic_area::
· link,
* McsEngl.Organic_area@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Organic_area,

Organic_farming::
· link,
* McsEngl.Organic_farming@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Organic_farming,

Organic_production::
· link,
* McsEngl.Organic_production@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Organic_production,

Organisation_for_Economic_Co-operation_and_Development_(OECD)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Organisation_for_Economic_Co-operation_and_Development_(OECD)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Organisation_for_Economic_Co-operation_and_Development_(OECD),

Organisational_innovation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Organisational_innovation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Organisational_innovation,

Organization_of_the_Petroleum_Exporting_Countries_(OPEC)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Organization_of_the_Petroleum_Exporting_Countries_(OPEC)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Organization_of_the_Petroleum_Exporting_Countries_(OPEC),

Other_land::
· link,
* McsEngl.Other_land@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Other_land,

Other_post_office::
· link,
* McsEngl.Other_post_office@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Other_post_office,

Out-of-pocket_expenditure_on_healthcare|::
· link,
* McsEngl.Out-of-pocket_expenditure_on_healthcare|@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Out-of-pocket_expenditure_on_healthcare|,

Outlier::
· link,
* McsEngl.Outlier@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Outlier,

Output::
· link,
* McsEngl.Output@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Output,

Output_-_EPEA::
· link,
* McsEngl.Output_-_EPEA@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Output_-_EPEA,

Output_approach::
· link,
* McsEngl.Output_approach@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Output_approach,

Output_price_index::
· link,
* McsEngl.Output_price_index@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Output_price_index,

Outsourcing::
· link,
* McsEngl.Outsourcing@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Outsourcing,

Outward_FATS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Outward_FATS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Outward_FATS,

Over-coverage::
· link,
* McsEngl.Over-coverage@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Over-coverage,

Overcrowded::
· link,
* McsEngl.Overcrowded@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Overcrowded,

Overcrowding_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Overcrowding_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Overcrowding_rate,

Overnight_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Overnight_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Overnight_rate,

Overweight::
· link,
* McsEngl.Overweight@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Overweight,

Ozone::
· link,
* McsEngl.Ozone@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Ozone,

Ozone_depleting_substance_(ODS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Ozone_depleting_substance_(ODS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Ozone_depleting_substance_(ODS),

Paasche_price_index::
· link,
* McsEngl.Paasche_price_index@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Paasche_price_index,

Paper_and_paperboard::
· link,
* McsEngl.Paper_and_paperboard@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Paper_and_paperboard,

Parity::
· link,
* McsEngl.Parity@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Parity,

Partial_retirement_pension::
· link,
* McsEngl.Partial_retirement_pension@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Partial_retirement_pension,

Participation_in_early_childhood_education::
· link,
* McsEngl.Participation_in_early_childhood_education@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Participation_in_early_childhood_education,

Particulate_matter::
· link,
* McsEngl.Particulate_matter@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Particulate_matter,

Passenger_car::
· link,
* McsEngl.Passenger_car@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Passenger_car,

Passenger-kilometre::
· link,
* McsEngl.Passenger-kilometre@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Passenger-kilometre,

Patent::
· link,
* McsEngl.Patent@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Patent,

Patent_application::
· link,
* McsEngl.Patent_application@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Patent_application,

Patent_Cooperation_Treaty_(PCT)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Patent_Cooperation_Treaty_(PCT)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Patent_Cooperation_Treaty_(PCT),

Payable_tax_credits::
· link,
* McsEngl.Payable_tax_credits@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Payable_tax_credits,

PCT::
· link,
* McsEngl.PCT@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/PCT,

People_killed_in_road_accidents::
· link,
* McsEngl.People_killed_in_road_accidents@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/People_killed_in_road_accidents,

Per_capita::
· link,
* McsEngl.Per_capita@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Per_capita,

Percentage_change::
· link,
* McsEngl.Percentage_change@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Percentage_change,

Percentage_point::
· link,
* McsEngl.Percentage_point@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Percentage_point,

Permanent_crops::
· link,
* McsEngl.Permanent_crops@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Permanent_crops,

Permanent_grassland::
· link,
* McsEngl.Permanent_grassland@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Permanent_grassland,

Persistent_at-risk-of-poverty_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Persistent_at-risk-of-poverty_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Persistent_at-risk-of-poverty_rate,

Person_available_to_work_but_not_seeking::
· link,
* McsEngl.Person_available_to_work_but_not_seeking@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Person_available_to_work_but_not_seeking,

Person_being_a_subject_of_a_pending_application::
· link,
* McsEngl.Person_being_a_subject_of_a_pending_application@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Person_being_a_subject_of_a_pending_application,

Person_seeking_work_but_not_immediately_available::
· link,
* McsEngl.Person_seeking_work_but_not_immediately_available@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Person_seeking_work_but_not_immediately_available,

Personnel_costs_-_SBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Personnel_costs_-_SBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Personnel_costs_-_SBS,

Persons_employed_-_SBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Persons_employed_-_SBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Persons_employed_-_SBS,

Persons_living_in_households_with_low_work_intensity::
· link,
* McsEngl.Persons_living_in_households_with_low_work_intensity@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Persons_living_in_households_with_low_work_intensity,

Pesticide::
· link,
* McsEngl.Pesticide@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Pesticide,

Petroleum_products::
· link,
* McsEngl.Petroleum_products@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Petroleum_products,

Physical_energy_flow_accounts_(PEFA)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Physical_energy_flow_accounts_(PEFA)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Physical_energy_flow_accounts_(PEFA),

Physical_trade_balance::
· link,
* McsEngl.Physical_trade_balance@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Physical_trade_balance,

Physician::
· link,
* McsEngl.Physician@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Physician,

Pick-up::
· link,
* McsEngl.Pick-up@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Pick-up,

Pig::
· link,
* McsEngl.Pig@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Pig,

Pig_farming::
· link,
* McsEngl.Pig_farming@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Pig_farming,

Pig_housing::
· link,
* McsEngl.Pig_housing@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Pig_housing,

Pig_housing_-_slatted_floors::
· link,
* McsEngl.Pig_housing_-_slatted_floors@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Pig_housing_-_slatted_floors,

Pig_housing_-_straw_beds::
· link,
* McsEngl.Pig_housing_-_straw_beds@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Pig_housing_-_straw_beds,

Pig_husbandry::
· link,
* McsEngl.Pig_husbandry@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Pig_husbandry,

Pkm::
· link,
* McsEngl.Pkm@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Pkm,

Place_at_which_only_stamps_can_be_bought::
· link,
* McsEngl.Place_at_which_only_stamps_can_be_bought@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Place_at_which_only_stamps_can_be_bought,

Plants_harvested_green::
· link,
* McsEngl.Plants_harvested_green@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Plants_harvested_green,

PLI::
· link,
* McsEngl.PLI@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/PLI,

Point_estimation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Point_estimation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Point_estimation,

Point_forecast::
· link,
* McsEngl.Point_forecast@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Point_forecast,

Police_officer::
· link,
* McsEngl.Police_officer@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Police_officer,

Population::
· link,
* McsEngl.Population@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Population,

Population_change::
· link,
* McsEngl.Population_change@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Population_change,

Population_connected_to_urban_wastewater_treatment::
· link,
* McsEngl.Population_connected_to_urban_wastewater_treatment@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Population_connected_to_urban_wastewater_treatment,

Population_decrease::
· link,
* McsEngl.Population_decrease@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Population_decrease,

Population_density::
· link,
* McsEngl.Population_density@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Population_density,

Population_figure::
· link,
* McsEngl.Population_figure@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Population_figure,

Population_grid_cell::
· link,
* McsEngl.Population_grid_cell@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Population_grid_cell,

Population_growth::
· link,
* McsEngl.Population_growth@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Population_growth,

Population_on_1_January::
· link,
* McsEngl.Population_on_1_January@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Population_on_1_January,

Population_pyramid::
· link,
* McsEngl.Population_pyramid@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Population_pyramid,

Population_surveyed::
· link,
* McsEngl.Population_surveyed@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Population_surveyed,

Port::
· link,
* McsEngl.Port@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Port,

Post_office::
· link,
* McsEngl.Post_office@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Post_office,

Post_office_box::
· link,
* McsEngl.Post_office_box@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Post_office_box,

Post-mortem_examination::
· link,
* McsEngl.Post-mortem_examination@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Post-mortem_examination,

Post-term::
· link,
* McsEngl.Post-term@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Post-term,

Potential_candidates::
· link,
* McsEngl.Potential_candidates@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Potential_candidates,

Potentially_active::
· link,
* McsEngl.Potentially_active@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Potentially_active,

Poultry::
· link,
* McsEngl.Poultry@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Poultry,

Poultry_housing::
· link,
* McsEngl.Poultry_housing@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Poultry_housing,

PPCS::
· link,
* McsEngl.PPCS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/PPCS,

PPI::
· link,
* McsEngl.PPI@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/PPI,

PPP::
· link,
* McsEngl.PPP@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/PPP,

PPS::
· link,
* McsEngl.PPS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/PPS,

Practising_physician::
· link,
* McsEngl.Practising_physician@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Practising_physician,

Pre-obese::
· link,
* McsEngl.Pre-obese@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Pre-obese,

Pre-primary_education::
· link,
* McsEngl.Pre-primary_education@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Pre-primary_education,

Pre-term::
· link,
* McsEngl.Pre-term@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Pre-term,

Precipitation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Precipitation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Precipitation,

Prediction::
· link,
* McsEngl.Prediction@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Prediction,

Predominantly_rural_region::
· link,
* McsEngl.Predominantly_rural_region@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Predominantly_rural_region,

Predominantly_urban_region::
· link,
* McsEngl.Predominantly_urban_region@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Predominantly_urban_region,

Premium_unleaded_gasoline_price::
· link,
* McsEngl.Premium_unleaded_gasoline_price@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Premium_unleaded_gasoline_price,

Present_smokers::
· link,
* McsEngl.Present_smokers@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Present_smokers,

Price::
· link,
* McsEngl.Price@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Price,

Price_convergence::
· link,
* McsEngl.Price_convergence@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Price_convergence,

Price_divergence::
· link,
* McsEngl.Price_divergence@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Price_divergence,

Price_for_posting_a_standard_letter::
· link,
* McsEngl.Price_for_posting_a_standard_letter@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Price_for_posting_a_standard_letter,

Price_index::
· link,
* McsEngl.Price_index@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Price_index,

Price_level::
· link,
* McsEngl.Price_level@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Price_level,

Price_level_dispersion::
· link,
* McsEngl.Price_level_dispersion@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Price_level_dispersion,

Price_level_index_(PLI)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Price_level_index_(PLI)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Price_level_index_(PLI),

Primary_cell::
· link,
* McsEngl.Primary_cell@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Primary_cell,

Primary_data::
· link,
* McsEngl.Primary_data@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Primary_data,

Primary_education::
· link,
* McsEngl.Primary_education@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Primary_education,

Primary_energy_consumption::
· link,
* McsEngl.Primary_energy_consumption@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Primary_energy_consumption,

Primary_energy_production::
· link,
* McsEngl.Primary_energy_production@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Primary_energy_production,

Primary_good::
· link,
* McsEngl.Primary_good@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Primary_good,

Primary_income::
· link,
* McsEngl.Primary_income@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Primary_income,

Primary_market::
· link,
* McsEngl.Primary_market@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Primary_market,

Primary_production_of_energy::
· link,
* McsEngl.Primary_production_of_energy@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Primary_production_of_energy,

Principal_activity::
· link,
* McsEngl.Principal_activity@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Principal_activity,

Principal_European_economic_indicators_(PEEI)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Principal_European_economic_indicators_(PEEI)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Principal_European_economic_indicators_(PEEI),

Principal_marginal_distribution::
· link,
* McsEngl.Principal_marginal_distribution@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Principal_marginal_distribution,

Principle_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Principle_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Principle_rate,

Prison::
· link,
* McsEngl.Prison@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Prison,

Prison_population::
· link,
* McsEngl.Prison_population@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Prison_population,

Prisoner::
· link,
* McsEngl.Prisoner@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Prisoner,

Private_household::
· link,
* McsEngl.Private_household@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Private_household,

Private_non-profit_sector_-_R_&_D::
· link,
* McsEngl.Private_non-profit_sector_-_R_&_D@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Private_non-profit_sector_-_R_&_D,

Process_innovation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Process_innovation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Process_innovation,

Procyclical_economic_indicator::
· link,
* McsEngl.Procyclical_economic_indicator@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Procyclical_economic_indicator,

PRODCOM::
· link,
* McsEngl.PRODCOM@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/PRODCOM,

PRODCOM_list::
· link,
* McsEngl.PRODCOM_list@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/PRODCOM_list,

Producer_price::
· link,
* McsEngl.Producer_price@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Producer_price,

Producer_price_index_(PPI)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Producer_price_index_(PPI)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Producer_price_index_(PPI),

Producer_price_index_-_agricultural_production::
· link,
* McsEngl.Producer_price_index_-_agricultural_production@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Producer_price_index_-_agricultural_production,

Product_innovation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Product_innovation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Product_innovation,

Production::
· link,
* McsEngl.Production@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Production,

Production_account::
· link,
* McsEngl.Production_account@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Production_account,

Production_in_construction::
· link,
* McsEngl.Production_in_construction@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Production_in_construction,

Production_index::
· link,
* McsEngl.Production_index@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Production_index,

Production_of_crops::
· link,
* McsEngl.Production_of_crops@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Production_of_crops,

Productivity::
· link,
* McsEngl.Productivity@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Productivity,

Professional_judges::
· link,
* McsEngl.Professional_judges@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Professional_judges,

Professionally_active_physician::
· link,
* McsEngl.Professionally_active_physician@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Professionally_active_physician,

Professionals_group::
· link,
* McsEngl.Professionals_group@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Professionals_group,

Profit_share_of_non-financial_corporations::
· link,
* McsEngl.Profit_share_of_non-financial_corporations@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Profit_share_of_non-financial_corporations,

Profitability::
· link,
* McsEngl.Profitability@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Profitability,

Profits_-_SBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Profits_-_SBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Profits_-_SBS,

Projection::
· link,
* McsEngl.Projection@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Projection,

Property_income::
· link,
* McsEngl.Property_income@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Property_income,

Protocol_order::
· link,
* McsEngl.Protocol_order@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Protocol_order,

Prototype::
· link,
* McsEngl.Prototype@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Prototype,

Public_balance::
· link,
* McsEngl.Public_balance@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Public_balance,

Public_debt::
· link,
* McsEngl.Public_debt@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Public_debt,

Public_deficit::
· link,
* McsEngl.Public_deficit@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Public_deficit,

Public_expenditure_on_education::
· link,
* McsEngl.Public_expenditure_on_education@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Public_expenditure_on_education,

Public_general_university_funds::
· link,
* McsEngl.Public_general_university_funds@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Public_general_university_funds,

Public_water_supply::
· link,
* McsEngl.Public_water_supply@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Public_water_supply,

Publication_time::
· link,
* McsEngl.Publication_time@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Publication_time,

Publication_year::
· link,
* McsEngl.Publication_year@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Publication_year,

Punctuality::
· link,
* McsEngl.Punctuality@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Punctuality,

Pupil-teacher_ratios::
· link,
* McsEngl.Pupil-teacher_ratios@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Pupil-teacher_ratios,

Purchase_price_index::
· link,
* McsEngl.Purchase_price_index@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Purchase_price_index,

Purchaser's_price::
· link,
* McsEngl.Purchaser's_price@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Purchaser's_price,

Purchases_of_goods_and_services_purchased_for_resale_-_FRIBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Purchases_of_goods_and_services_purchased_for_resale_-_FRIBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Purchases_of_goods_and_services_purchased_for_resale_-_FRIBS,

Purchasing_power_consumption_standard_(PPCS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Purchasing_power_consumption_standard_(PPCS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Purchasing_power_consumption_standard_(PPCS),

Purchasing_power_parities_(PPPs)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Purchasing_power_parities_(PPPs)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Purchasing_power_parities_(PPPs),

Purchasing_power_standard_(PPS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Purchasing_power_standard_(PPS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Purchasing_power_standard_(PPS),

Pure_basic_research::
· link,
* McsEngl.Pure_basic_research@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Pure_basic_research,

Qualitative_data::
· link,
* McsEngl.Qualitative_data@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Qualitative_data,

Qualitative_forecasting_method::
· link,
* McsEngl.Qualitative_forecasting_method@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Qualitative_forecasting_method,

Quantitative_data::
· link,
* McsEngl.Quantitative_data@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Quantitative_data,

Quantitative_forecasting_models::
· link,
* McsEngl.Quantitative_forecasting_models@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Quantitative_forecasting_models,

Quasi-transit::
· link,
* McsEngl.Quasi-transit@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Quasi-transit,

Quintile::
· link,
* McsEngl.Quintile@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Quintile,

Quintile_cut-off_point::
· link,
* McsEngl.Quintile_cut-off_point@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Quintile_cut-off_point,

R_&_D::
· link,
* McsEngl.R_&_D@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/R_&_D,

R_&_D_expenditure::
· link,
* McsEngl.R_&_D_expenditure@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/R_&_D_expenditure,

R_&_D_expenditure_by_source_of_funds::
· link,
* McsEngl.R_&_D_expenditure_by_source_of_funds@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/R_&_D_expenditure_by_source_of_funds,

R_&_D_input::
· link,
* McsEngl.R_&_D_input@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/R_&_D_input,

R_&_D_intensity::
· link,
* McsEngl.R_&_D_intensity@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/R_&_D_intensity,

R_&_D_intramural_expenditure::
· link,
* McsEngl.R_&_D_intramural_expenditure@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/R_&_D_intramural_expenditure,

R-phrase::
· link,
* McsEngl.R-phrase@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/R-phrase,

Radio_frequency_identification_(RFID)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Radio_frequency_identification_(RFID)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Radio_frequency_identification_(RFID),

Rail_freight_transport::
· link,
* McsEngl.Rail_freight_transport@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Rail_freight_transport,

Railway::
· link,
* McsEngl.Railway@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Railway,

Railway_line::
· link,
* McsEngl.Railway_line@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Railway_line,

Railway_network::
· link,
* McsEngl.Railway_network@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Railway_network,

Rape::
· link,
* McsEngl.Rape@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Rape,

Rapid_estimates::
· link,
* McsEngl.Rapid_estimates@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Rapid_estimates,

REACH::
· link,
* McsEngl.REACH@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/REACH,

Real_effective_exchange_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Real_effective_exchange_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Real_effective_exchange_rate,

Real_values::
· link,
* McsEngl.Real_values@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Real_values,

Real-time_data_flow::
· link,
* McsEngl.Real-time_data_flow@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Real-time_data_flow,

Recognised_non-citizen::
· link,
* McsEngl.Recognised_non-citizen@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Recognised_non-citizen,

Recognition_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Recognition_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Recognition_rate,

Recovered_products::
· link,
* McsEngl.Recovered_products@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Recovered_products,

Recovery_of_waste::
· link,
* McsEngl.Recovery_of_waste@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Recovery_of_waste,

Recycling::
· link,
* McsEngl.Recycling@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Recycling,

Recycling_of_waste::
· link,
* McsEngl.Recycling_of_waste@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Recycling_of_waste,

Reference_metadata::
· link,
* McsEngl.Reference_metadata@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Reference_metadata,

Reference_period::
· link,
* McsEngl.Reference_period@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Reference_period,

Reference_time::
· link,
* McsEngl.Reference_time@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Reference_time,

Reference_time_point::
· link,
* McsEngl.Reference_time_point@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Reference_time_point,

Reference_year::
· link,
* McsEngl.Reference_year@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Reference_year,

Refugee::
· link,
* McsEngl.Refugee@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Refugee,

Refugee_status::
· link,
* McsEngl.Refugee_status@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Refugee_status,

Region::
· link,
* McsEngl.Region@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Region,

Regional_intramural_R_&_D_expenditure::
· link,
* McsEngl.Regional_intramural_R_&_D_expenditure@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Regional_intramural_R_&_D_expenditure,

Regional_total_R_&_D_personnel::
· link,
* McsEngl.Regional_total_R_&_D_personnel@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Regional_total_R_&_D_personnel,

Registration,_evaluation,_authorisation_and_restriction_of_chemicals_(REACH)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Registration,_evaluation,_authorisation_and_restriction_of_chemicals_(REACH)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Registration,_evaluation,_authorisation_and_restriction_of_chemicals_(REACH),

Regular_estimate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Regular_estimate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Regular_estimate,

Rejected_applicant::
· link,
* McsEngl.Rejected_applicant@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Rejected_applicant,

Relative_median_at-risk-of-poverty_gap::
· link,
* McsEngl.Relative_median_at-risk-of-poverty_gap@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Relative_median_at-risk-of-poverty_gap,

Relative_median_income_ratio::
· link,
* McsEngl.Relative_median_income_ratio@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Relative_median_income_ratio,

Release_calendar::
· link,
* McsEngl.Release_calendar@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Release_calendar,

Reliability::
· link,
* McsEngl.Reliability@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Reliability,

Religious_marriage::
· link,
* McsEngl.Religious_marriage@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Religious_marriage,

Remittances::
· link,
* McsEngl.Remittances@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Remittances,

Removals::
· link,
* McsEngl.Removals@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Removals,

Renewable_energy_sources::
· link,
* McsEngl.Renewable_energy_sources@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Renewable_energy_sources,

Renewables::
· link,
* McsEngl.Renewables@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Renewables,

Repeated_applicant::
· link,
* McsEngl.Repeated_applicant@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Repeated_applicant,

Replacement_level::
· link,
* McsEngl.Replacement_level@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Replacement_level,

Reporting_unit::
· link,
* McsEngl.Reporting_unit@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Reporting_unit,

Reproducibility::
· link,
* McsEngl.Reproducibility@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Reproducibility,

Research_and_development_(R_&_D)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Research_and_development_(R_&_D)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Research_and_development_(R_&_D),

Research_and_development_(R_&_D)_personnel_and_researchers::
· link,
* McsEngl.Research_and_development_(R_&_D)_personnel_and_researchers@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Research_and_development_(R_&_D)_personnel_and_researchers,

Research_and_experimental_development_(R_&_D)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Research_and_experimental_development_(R_&_D)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Research_and_experimental_development_(R_&_D),

Researcher::
· link,
* McsEngl.Researcher@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Researcher,

Reserve_currency::
· link,
* McsEngl.Reserve_currency@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Reserve_currency,

Reserved_area::
· link,
* McsEngl.Reserved_area@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Reserved_area,

Residence::
· link,
* McsEngl.Residence@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Residence,

Residence_-_NA::
· link,
* McsEngl.Residence_-_NA@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Residence_-_NA,

Residence_permit::
· link,
* McsEngl.Residence_permit@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Residence_permit,

Resident::
· link,
* McsEngl.Resident@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Resident,

Resident_institutional_unit::
· link,
* McsEngl.Resident_institutional_unit@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Resident_institutional_unit,

Resident_producer_unit::
· link,
* McsEngl.Resident_producer_unit@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Resident_producer_unit,

Residential_building::
· link,
* McsEngl.Residential_building@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Residential_building,

Resource_productivity::
· link,
* McsEngl.Resource_productivity@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Resource_productivity,

Retail_trade::
· link,
* McsEngl.Retail_trade@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Retail_trade,

Reuse_of_waste::
· link,
* McsEngl.Reuse_of_waste@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Reuse_of_waste,

Revision::
· link,
* McsEngl.Revision@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Revision,

RFID::
· link,
* McsEngl.RFID@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/RFID,

Risk-phrase::
· link,
* McsEngl.Risk-phrase@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Risk-phrase,

Ro-Ro::
· link,
* McsEngl.Ro-Ro@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Ro-Ro,

Road_freight_transport::
· link,
* McsEngl.Road_freight_transport@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Road_freight_transport,

Road_freight_vehicle::
· link,
* McsEngl.Road_freight_vehicle@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Road_freight_vehicle,

Road_train::
· link,
* McsEngl.Road_train@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Road_train,

Road_transport_type::
· link,
* McsEngl.Road_transport_type@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Road_transport_type,

Roaming_charge::
· link,
* McsEngl.Roaming_charge@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Roaming_charge,

Robbery::
· link,
* McsEngl.Robbery@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Robbery,

Roll_on_-_roll_off::
· link,
* McsEngl.Roll_on_-_roll_off@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Roll_on_-_roll_off,

Rolling_stock::
· link,
* McsEngl.Rolling_stock@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Rolling_stock,

Rolling_vs._recursive::
· link,
* McsEngl.Rolling_vs._recursive@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Rolling_vs._recursive,

Room::
· link,
* McsEngl.Room@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Room,

Roundwood_production::
· link,
* McsEngl.Roundwood_production@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Roundwood_production,

Rural_area::
· link,
* McsEngl.Rural_area@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Rural_area,

Rural_grid_cell::
· link,
* McsEngl.Rural_grid_cell@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Rural_grid_cell,

R_&_D_extramural_expenditures::
· link,
* McsEngl.R_&_D_extramural_expenditures@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/R_&_D_extramural_expenditures,

S80/S20_ratio::
· link,
* McsEngl.S80/S20_ratio@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/S80/S20_ratio,

Sample_survey::
· link,
* McsEngl.Sample_survey@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Sample_survey,

SAPM::
· link,
* McsEngl.SAPM@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/SAPM,

Satellite_account::
· link,
* McsEngl.Satellite_account@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Satellite_account,

Satellite_account_for_research_and_development_(R_&_D)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Satellite_account_for_research_and_development_(R_&_D)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Satellite_account_for_research_and_development_(R_&_D),

Sawnwood::
· link,
* McsEngl.Sawnwood@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Sawnwood,

Scandinavian_countries::
· link,
* McsEngl.Scandinavian_countries@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Scandinavian_countries,

Schengen_Agreement::
· link,
* McsEngl.Schengen_Agreement@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Schengen_Agreement,

Schengen_area::
· link,
* McsEngl.Schengen_area@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Schengen_area,

Scientific_and_technical_education_and_training_(STET)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Scientific_and_technical_education_and_training_(STET)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Scientific_and_technical_education_and_training_(STET),

Scientific_and_technical_personnel::
· link,
* McsEngl.Scientific_and_technical_personnel@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Scientific_and_technical_personnel,

Scientific_and_technological_activities_(STA)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Scientific_and_technological_activities_(STA)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Scientific_and_technological_activities_(STA),

Scientific_and_technological_services_(STS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Scientific_and_technological_services_(STS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Scientific_and_technological_services_(STS),

Scientists_and_engineers::
· link,
* McsEngl.Scientists_and_engineers@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Scientists_and_engineers,

SDI::
· link,
* McsEngl.SDI@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/SDI,

SDR::
· link,
* McsEngl.SDR@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/SDR,

Seasonal_adjustment::
· link,
* McsEngl.Seasonal_adjustment@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Seasonal_adjustment,

Second_release::
· link,
* McsEngl.Second_release@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Second_release,

Secondary_cell::
· link,
* McsEngl.Secondary_cell@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Secondary_cell,

Secondary_data::
· link,
* McsEngl.Secondary_data@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Secondary_data,

Secondary_distribution_of_income_account::
· link,
* McsEngl.Secondary_distribution_of_income_account@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Secondary_distribution_of_income_account,

Secondary_education::
· link,
* McsEngl.Secondary_education@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Secondary_education,

Secondary_market::
· link,
* McsEngl.Secondary_market@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Secondary_market,

Secondary_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Secondary_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Secondary_rate,

Secondary_source::
· link,
* McsEngl.Secondary_source@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Secondary_source,

Secondary_source_of_statistical_data::
· link,
* McsEngl.Secondary_source_of_statistical_data@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Secondary_source_of_statistical_data,

Secondary_waste::
· link,
* McsEngl.Secondary_waste@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Secondary_waste,

Section::
· link,
* McsEngl.Section@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Section,

Seeds_and_seedlings::
· link,
* McsEngl.Seeds_and_seedlings@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Seeds_and_seedlings,

Self-employed::
· link,
* McsEngl.Self-employed@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Self-employed,

Self-employed_persons_-_FRIBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Self-employed_persons_-_FRIBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Self-employed_persons_-_FRIBS,

Self-perceived_health::
· link,
* McsEngl.Self-perceived_health@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Self-perceived_health,

Self-reported_unmet_need_for_medical_care|::
· link,
* McsEngl.Self-reported_unmet_need_for_medical_care|@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Self-reported_unmet_need_for_medical_care|,

SEPA::
· link,
* McsEngl.SEPA@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/SEPA,

Separative_work_unit_(SWU)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Separative_work_unit_(SWU)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Separative_work_unit_(SWU),

Services_producer_price_index_(SPPI)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Services_producer_price_index_(SPPI)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Services_producer_price_index_(SPPI),

Services_trade_by_enterprise_characteristics_(STEC)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Services_trade_by_enterprise_characteristics_(STEC)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Services_trade_by_enterprise_characteristics_(STEC),

SES::
· link,
* McsEngl.SES@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/SES,

SESAR::
· link,
* McsEngl.SESAR@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/SESAR,

Severe_housing_deprivation_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Severe_housing_deprivation_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Severe_housing_deprivation_rate,

Severe_material_deprivation_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Severe_material_deprivation_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Severe_material_deprivation_rate,

Sewage_sludge::
· link,
* McsEngl.Sewage_sludge@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Sewage_sludge,

Sexual_assault::
· link,
* McsEngl.Sexual_assault@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Sexual_assault,

Sexual_violence::
· link,
* McsEngl.Sexual_violence@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Sexual_violence,

SGM::
· link,
* McsEngl.SGM@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/SGM,

SGP::
· link,
* McsEngl.SGP@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/SGP,

SHA::
· link,
* McsEngl.SHA@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/SHA,

Shannon_evenness_index_(SEI)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Shannon_evenness_index_(SEI)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Shannon_evenness_index_(SEI),

Sheep::
· link,
* McsEngl.Sheep@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Sheep,

Ship_losses::
· link,
* McsEngl.Ship_losses@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Ship_losses,

Short_sea_shipping_(SSS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Short_sea_shipping_(SSS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Short_sea_shipping_(SSS),

Short_tourism_trip::
· link,
* McsEngl.Short_tourism_trip@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Short_tourism_trip,

Short-term_business_statistics_(STS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Short-term_business_statistics_(STS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Short-term_business_statistics_(STS),

Short-term_statistics_(STS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Short-term_statistics_(STS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Short-term_statistics_(STS),

Shrubland::
· link,
* McsEngl.Shrubland@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Shrubland,

SILC::
· link,
* McsEngl.SILC@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/SILC,

SIMSTAT::
· link,
* McsEngl.SIMSTAT@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/SIMSTAT,

Simultaneous_release::
· link,
* McsEngl.Simultaneous_release@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Simultaneous_release,

Single_euro_payments_area_(SEPA)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Single_euro_payments_area_(SEPA)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Single_euro_payments_area_(SEPA),

Single_market::
· link,
* McsEngl.Single_market@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Single_market,

Single_payment_scheme_(SPS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Single_payment_scheme_(SPS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Single_payment_scheme_(SPS),

SITC::
· link,
* McsEngl.SITC@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/SITC,

Skill::
· link,
* McsEngl.Skill@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Skill,

Slaughterhouse::
· link,
* McsEngl.Slaughterhouse@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Slaughterhouse,

Slaughtering_and_meat_production::
· link,
* McsEngl.Slaughtering_and_meat_production@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Slaughtering_and_meat_production,

Sludges_and_liquid_wastes_from_waste_treatment::
· link,
* McsEngl.Sludges_and_liquid_wastes_from_waste_treatment@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Sludges_and_liquid_wastes_from_waste_treatment,

Small_and_medium-sized_enterprises_(SMEs)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Small_and_medium-sized_enterprises_(SMEs)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Small_and_medium-sized_enterprises_(SMEs),

Small_enterprises::
· link,
* McsEngl.Small_enterprises@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Small_enterprises,

SMEs::
· link,
* McsEngl.SMEs@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/SMEs,

Smoothing::
· link,
* McsEngl.Smoothing@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Smoothing,

SNA::
· link,
* McsEngl.SNA@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/SNA,

SNA_93::
· link,
* McsEngl.SNA_93@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/SNA_93,

Social_benefits::
· link,
* McsEngl.Social_benefits@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Social_benefits,

Social_contributions::
· link,
* McsEngl.Social_contributions@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Social_contributions,

Social_infrastructure_and_services_-_ODA::
· link,
* McsEngl.Social_infrastructure_and_services_-_ODA@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Social_infrastructure_and_services_-_ODA,

Social_protection::
· link,
* McsEngl.Social_protection@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Social_protection,

Social_protection_benefits::
· link,
* McsEngl.Social_protection_benefits@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Social_protection_benefits,

Social_protection_expenditure::
· link,
* McsEngl.Social_protection_expenditure@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Social_protection_expenditure,

Social_protection_receipts::
· link,
* McsEngl.Social_protection_receipts@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Social_protection_receipts,

Social_protection_scheme::
· link,
* McsEngl.Social_protection_scheme@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Social_protection_scheme,

Social_security_fund::
· link,
* McsEngl.Social_security_fund@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Social_security_fund,

Social_transfers::
· link,
* McsEngl.Social_transfers@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Social_transfers,

Soft_data::
· link,
* McsEngl.Soft_data@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Soft_data,

Soil_cover::
· link,
* McsEngl.Soil_cover@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Soil_cover,

Sorting_residues::
· link,
* McsEngl.Sorting_residues@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Sorting_residues,

Sourcing::
· link,
* McsEngl.Sourcing@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Sourcing,

SPE::
· link,
* McsEngl.SPE@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/SPE,

Special_holding_areas_(SAA)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Special_holding_areas_(SAA)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Special_holding_areas_(SAA),

Special_protection_area::
· link,
* McsEngl.Special_protection_area@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Special_protection_area,

Special_purpose_road_motor_vehicle::
· link,
* McsEngl.Special_purpose_road_motor_vehicle@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Special_purpose_road_motor_vehicle,

Special-purpose_entity_(SPE)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Special-purpose_entity_(SPE)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Special-purpose_entity_(SPE),

Special-purpose_vehicle_(SPE)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Special-purpose_vehicle_(SPE)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Special-purpose_vehicle_(SPE),

SPPI::
· link,
* McsEngl.SPPI@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/SPPI,

SSS::
· link,
* McsEngl.SSS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/SSS,

Stability_and_growth_pact_(SGP)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Stability_and_growth_pact_(SGP)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Stability_and_growth_pact_(SGP),

Standard_deviation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Standard_deviation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Standard_deviation,

Standard_goods_classification_for_transport_statistics_(NST)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Standard_goods_classification_for_transport_statistics_(NST)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Standard_goods_classification_for_transport_statistics_(NST),

Standard_gross_margin_(SGM)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Standard_gross_margin_(SGM)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Standard_gross_margin_(SGM),

Standard_international_trade_classification_(SITC)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Standard_international_trade_classification_(SITC)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Standard_international_trade_classification_(SITC),

Standard_output_(SO)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Standard_output_(SO)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Standard_output_(SO),

Standardised_death_rate_(SDR)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Standardised_death_rate_(SDR)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Standardised_death_rate_(SDR),

State_government::
· link,
* McsEngl.State_government@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/State_government,

Stateless::
· link,
* McsEngl.Stateless@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Stateless,

Stateless_person::
· link,
* McsEngl.Stateless_person@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Stateless_person,

Statistical_business_register_(SBR)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Statistical_business_register_(SBR)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Statistical_business_register_(SBR),

Statistical_classification_of_economic_activities_in_the_European_Community_(NACE)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Statistical_classification_of_economic_activities_in_the_European_Community_(NACE)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Statistical_classification_of_economic_activities_in_the_European_Community_(NACE),

Statistical_classification_of_products_by_activity_(CPA)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Statistical_classification_of_products_by_activity_(CPA)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Statistical_classification_of_products_by_activity_(CPA),

Statistical_indicator::
· link,
* McsEngl.Statistical_indicator@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Statistical_indicator,

Statistical_port::
· link,
* McsEngl.Statistical_port@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Statistical_port,

Statistical_territory::
· link,
* McsEngl.Statistical_territory@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Statistical_territory,

Statistical_unit::
· link,
* McsEngl.Statistical_unit@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Statistical_unit,

Statistical_unit_-_STS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Statistical_unit_-_STS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Statistical_unit_-_STS,

STEC::
· link,
* McsEngl.STEC@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/STEC,

STET::
· link,
* McsEngl.STET@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/STET,

Stillbirth::
· link,
* McsEngl.Stillbirth@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Stillbirth,

Stocks_of_foreign_direct_investment_(FDI)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Stocks_of_foreign_direct_investment_(FDI)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Stocks_of_foreign_direct_investment_(FDI),

Stone_wall::
· link,
* McsEngl.Stone_wall@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Stone_wall,

Storage_facilities_for_manure::
· link,
* McsEngl.Storage_facilities_for_manure@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Storage_facilities_for_manure,

Strasbourg_agreement::
· link,
* McsEngl.Strasbourg_agreement@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Strasbourg_agreement,

Stratum::
· link,
* McsEngl.Stratum@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Stratum,

Structural_business_statistics_(SBS)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Structural_business_statistics_(SBS)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Structural_business_statistics_(SBS),

Structural_fund::
· link,
* McsEngl.Structural_fund@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Structural_fund,

Structural_indicators_(SI)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Structural_indicators_(SI)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Structural_indicators_(SI),

Structural_metadata::
· link,
* McsEngl.Structural_metadata@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Structural_metadata,

Structure_of_earnings_survey_(SES)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Structure_of_earnings_survey_(SES)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Structure_of_earnings_survey_(SES),

Structure_of_labour_cost::
· link,
* McsEngl.Structure_of_labour_cost@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Structure_of_labour_cost,

STS::
· link,
* McsEngl.STS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/STS,

Subsidiary_protection::
· link,
* McsEngl.Subsidiary_protection@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Subsidiary_protection,

Subsidies::
· link,
* McsEngl.Subsidies@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Subsidies,

Subsidies_on_products::
· link,
* McsEngl.Subsidies_on_products@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Subsidies_on_products,

Subsistence_farming::
· link,
* McsEngl.Subsistence_farming@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Subsistence_farming,

Sullivan_method::
· link,
* McsEngl.Sullivan_method@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Sullivan_method,

Sulphur_oxides_(SOx)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Sulphur_oxides_(SOx)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Sulphur_oxides_(SOx),

Supply_side_tourism_statistics::
· link,
* McsEngl.Supply_side_tourism_statistics@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Supply_side_tourism_statistics,

Support_business_function::
· link,
* McsEngl.Support_business_function@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Support_business_function,

Surface_and_groundwater_abstraction_as_share_of_available_resources::
· link,
* McsEngl.Surface_and_groundwater_abstraction_as_share_of_available_resources@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Surface_and_groundwater_abstraction_as_share_of_available_resources,

Surface_area::
· link,
* McsEngl.Surface_area@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Surface_area,

Surface_water::
· link,
* McsEngl.Surface_water@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Surface_water,

Surface_water_abstraction::
· link,
* McsEngl.Surface_water_abstraction@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Surface_water_abstraction,

Surplus::
· link,
* McsEngl.Surplus@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Surplus,

Survey::
· link,
* McsEngl.Survey@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Survey,

Survey_of_consumers_and_businesses::
· link,
* McsEngl.Survey_of_consumers_and_businesses@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Survey_of_consumers_and_businesses,

Survey_on_agricultural_production_methods_(SAPM)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Survey_on_agricultural_production_methods_(SAPM)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Survey_on_agricultural_production_methods_(SAPM),

Survey_on_the_structure_of_agricultural_holdings::
· link,
* McsEngl.Survey_on_the_structure_of_agricultural_holdings@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Survey_on_the_structure_of_agricultural_holdings,

Survival_of_enterprise::
· link,
* McsEngl.Survival_of_enterprise@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Survival_of_enterprise,

Survival_rate_of_enterprise::
· link,
* McsEngl.Survival_rate_of_enterprise@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Survival_rate_of_enterprise,

Survivor_pension::
· link,
* McsEngl.Survivor_pension@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Survivor_pension,

Sustainable_development::
· link,
* McsEngl.Sustainable_development@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Sustainable_development,

Sustainable_development_indicator_(SDI)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Sustainable_development_indicator_(SDI)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Sustainable_development_indicator_(SDI),

SWU::
· link,
* McsEngl.SWU@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/SWU,

System_of_Environmental_Economic_Accounting_-_Central_Framework_(SEEA-CF)::
· link,
* McsEngl.System_of_Environmental_Economic_Accounting_-_Central_Framework_(SEEA-CF)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/System_of_Environmental_Economic_Accounting_-_Central_Framework_(SEEA-CF),

System_of_health_accounts_(SHA)::
· link,
* McsEngl.System_of_health_accounts_(SHA)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/System_of_health_accounts_(SHA),

System_of_national_accounts_(SNA)::
· link,
* McsEngl.System_of_national_accounts_(SNA)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/System_of_national_accounts_(SNA),

Tare_weight::
· link,
* McsEngl.Tare_weight@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Tare_weight,

Tax_revenue::
· link,
* McsEngl.Tax_revenue@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Tax_revenue,

Tax_wedge::
· link,
* McsEngl.Tax_wedge@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Tax_wedge,

Tax_wedge_on_labour_cost::
· link,
* McsEngl.Tax_wedge_on_labour_cost@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Tax_wedge_on_labour_cost,

Taxes_on_production_and_imports::
· link,
* McsEngl.Taxes_on_production_and_imports@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Taxes_on_production_and_imports,

Taxes_on_products::
· link,
* McsEngl.Taxes_on_products@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Taxes_on_products,

TBP::
· link,
* McsEngl.TBP@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/TBP,

Technicians_and_associate_professionals_group::
· link,
* McsEngl.Technicians_and_associate_professionals_group@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Technicians_and_associate_professionals_group,

Technological_innovation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Technological_innovation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Technological_innovation,

Technological_process_innovation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Technological_process_innovation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Technological_process_innovation,

Technological_product_and_process_innovating_firm::
· link,
* McsEngl.Technological_product_and_process_innovating_firm@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Technological_product_and_process_innovating_firm,

Technological_product_and_process_innovation_(TPP)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Technological_product_and_process_innovation_(TPP)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Technological_product_and_process_innovation_(TPP),

Technological_product_innovation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Technological_product_innovation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Technological_product_innovation,

Technologically_improved_product::
· link,
* McsEngl.Technologically_improved_product@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Technologically_improved_product,

Technologically_new_product::
· link,
* McsEngl.Technologically_new_product@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Technologically_new_product,

Technology_balance_of_payments_(TBP)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Technology_balance_of_payments_(TBP)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Technology_balance_of_payments_(TBP),

Temporary_employee::
· link,
* McsEngl.Temporary_employee@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Temporary_employee,

Temporary_employment::
· link,
* McsEngl.Temporary_employment@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Temporary_employment,

Temporary_protection::
· link,
* McsEngl.Temporary_protection@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Temporary_protection,

TEN-T::
· link,
* McsEngl.TEN-T@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/TEN-T,

TENs::
· link,
* McsEngl.TENs@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/TENs,

Term::
· link,
* McsEngl.Term@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Term,

Tertiary_education::
· link,
* McsEngl.Tertiary_education@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Tertiary_education,

Tertiary_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Tertiary_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Tertiary_rate,

Tertiary_sector::
· link,
* McsEngl.Tertiary_sector@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Tertiary_sector,

TEU::
· link,
* McsEngl.TEU@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/TEU,

TFEU::
· link,
* McsEngl.TFEU@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/TFEU,

Theft::
· link,
* McsEngl.Theft@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Theft,

Theft_of_motor_vehicles::
· link,
* McsEngl.Theft_of_motor_vehicles@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Theft_of_motor_vehicles,

Theft_of_motorised_land_vehicles::
· link,
* McsEngl.Theft_of_motorised_land_vehicles@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Theft_of_motorised_land_vehicles,

Thinly-populated_area::
· link,
* McsEngl.Thinly-populated_area@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Thinly-populated_area,

Third_country_nationals::
· link,
* McsEngl.Third_country_nationals@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Third_country_nationals,

Third_release::
· link,
* McsEngl.Third_release@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Third_release,

THM::
· link,
* McsEngl.THM@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/THM,

Three-month_inter-bank_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Three-month_inter-bank_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Three-month_inter-bank_rate,

Tillage_practices::
· link,
* McsEngl.Tillage_practices@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Tillage_practices,

Time_coverage::
· link,
* McsEngl.Time_coverage@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Time_coverage,

Time_lag::
· link,
* McsEngl.Time_lag@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Time_lag,

Time_of_recording::
· link,
* McsEngl.Time_of_recording@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Time_of_recording,

Time_series::
· link,
* McsEngl.Time_series@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Time_series,

Time_series_analysis::
· link,
* McsEngl.Time_series_analysis@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Time_series_analysis,

Time-series_models::
· link,
* McsEngl.Time-series_models@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Time-series_models,

Timeliness::
· link,
* McsEngl.Timeliness@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Timeliness,

Tkm::
· link,
* McsEngl.Tkm@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Tkm,

Toe::
· link,
* McsEngl.Toe@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Toe,

Tonne_of_separative_work_units_(tSWU)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Tonne_of_separative_work_units_(tSWU)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Tonne_of_separative_work_units_(tSWU),

Tonne-kilometre_(tkm)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Tonne-kilometre_(tkm)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Tonne-kilometre_(tkm),

Tonnes_of_heavy_metal_(tHM)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Tonnes_of_heavy_metal_(tHM)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Tonnes_of_heavy_metal_(tHM),

Tonnes_of_oil_equivalent_(toe)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Tonnes_of_oil_equivalent_(toe)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Tonnes_of_oil_equivalent_(toe),

Total_actual_outflow::
· link,
* McsEngl.Total_actual_outflow@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Total_actual_outflow,

Total_aquaculture_production::
· link,
* McsEngl.Total_aquaculture_production@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Total_aquaculture_production,

Total_crime::
· link,
* McsEngl.Total_crime@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Total_crime,

Total_economy::
· link,
* McsEngl.Total_economy@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Total_economy,

Total_expected_life_span::
· link,
* McsEngl.Total_expected_life_span@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Total_expected_life_span,

Total_fertility_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Total_fertility_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Total_fertility_rate,

Total_general_government_expenditure::
· link,
* McsEngl.Total_general_government_expenditure@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Total_general_government_expenditure,

Total_general_government_revenue::
· link,
* McsEngl.Total_general_government_revenue@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Total_general_government_revenue,

Total_labour_cost::
· link,
* McsEngl.Total_labour_cost@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Total_labour_cost,

Total_population::
· link,
* McsEngl.Total_population@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Total_population,

Total_purchases_of_goods_and_services::
· link,
* McsEngl.Total_purchases_of_goods_and_services@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Total_purchases_of_goods_and_services,

Total_purchases_of_goods_and_services_-_FRIBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Total_purchases_of_goods_and_services_-_FRIBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Total_purchases_of_goods_and_services_-_FRIBS,

Total-age_dependency_ratio::
· link,
* McsEngl.Total-age_dependency_ratio@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Total-age_dependency_ratio,

Tourism::
· link,
* McsEngl.Tourism@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Tourism,

Tourism_industries::
· link,
* McsEngl.Tourism_industries@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Tourism_industries,

Tourism_intensity::
· link,
* McsEngl.Tourism_intensity@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Tourism_intensity,

Tourism_night::
· link,
* McsEngl.Tourism_night@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Tourism_night,

Tourism_trip_length::
· link,
* McsEngl.Tourism_trip_length@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Tourism_trip_length,

Tourist::
· link,
* McsEngl.Tourist@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Tourist,

Tourist_accommodation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Tourist_accommodation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Tourist_accommodation,

Tourist_accommodation_establishment::
· link,
* McsEngl.Tourist_accommodation_establishment@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Tourist_accommodation_establishment,

Tourist_arrival_at_a_tourist_accommodation_establishment::
· link,
* McsEngl.Tourist_arrival_at_a_tourist_accommodation_establishment@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Tourist_arrival_at_a_tourist_accommodation_establishment,

Tourist_arrival_at_the_border::
· link,
* McsEngl.Tourist_arrival_at_the_border@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Tourist_arrival_at_the_border,

Tourist_camp-site::
· link,
* McsEngl.Tourist_camp-site@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Tourist_camp-site,

Tourist_nights::
· link,
* McsEngl.Tourist_nights@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Tourist_nights,

Town_or_suburb::
· link,
* McsEngl.Town_or_suburb@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Town_or_suburb,

Toxic_chemicals::
· link,
* McsEngl.Toxic_chemicals@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Toxic_chemicals,

Toxicity::
· link,
* McsEngl.Toxicity@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Toxicity,

TPP::
· link,
* McsEngl.TPP@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/TPP,

Trade_balance::
· link,
* McsEngl.Trade_balance@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Trade_balance,

Trade_deficit::
· link,
* McsEngl.Trade_deficit@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Trade_deficit,

Trade_surplus::
· link,
* McsEngl.Trade_surplus@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Trade_surplus,

Trans-European_networks_(TENs)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Trans-European_networks_(TENs)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Trans-European_networks_(TENs),

Trans-shipment::
· link,
* McsEngl.Trans-shipment@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Trans-shipment,

Transect::
· link,
* McsEngl.Transect@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Transect,

Transhipment::
· link,
* McsEngl.Transhipment@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Transhipment,

Transnationally_coordinated_research::
· link,
* McsEngl.Transnationally_coordinated_research@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Transnationally_coordinated_research,

Transport_greenhouse_gases::
· link,
* McsEngl.Transport_greenhouse_gases@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Transport_greenhouse_gases,

Transport_mode::
· link,
* McsEngl.Transport_mode@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Transport_mode,

Transshipment::
· link,
* McsEngl.Transshipment@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Transshipment,

Treaties_of_Rome::
· link,
* McsEngl.Treaties_of_Rome@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Treaties_of_Rome,

Treaty_establishing_the_European_Atomic_Energy_Community::
· link,
* McsEngl.Treaty_establishing_the_European_Atomic_Energy_Community@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Treaty_establishing_the_European_Atomic_Energy_Community,

Treaty_establishing_the_European_Community::
· link,
* McsEngl.Treaty_establishing_the_European_Community@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Treaty_establishing_the_European_Community,

Treaty_establishing_the_European_Economic_Community::
· link,
* McsEngl.Treaty_establishing_the_European_Economic_Community@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Treaty_establishing_the_European_Economic_Community,

Treaty_of_Amsterdam::
· link,
* McsEngl.Treaty_of_Amsterdam@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Treaty_of_Amsterdam,

Treaty_of_Lisbon::
· link,
* McsEngl.Treaty_of_Lisbon@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Treaty_of_Lisbon,

Treaty_of_Maastricht::
· link,
* McsEngl.Treaty_of_Maastricht@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Treaty_of_Maastricht,

Treaty_of_Nice::
· link,
* McsEngl.Treaty_of_Nice@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Treaty_of_Nice,

Treaty_on_European_Union::
· link,
* McsEngl.Treaty_on_European_Union@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Treaty_on_European_Union,

Treaty_on_the_Functioning_of_the_European_Union_(TFEU)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Treaty_on_the_Functioning_of_the_European_Union_(TFEU)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Treaty_on_the_Functioning_of_the_European_Union_(TFEU),

Tree_line::
· link,
* McsEngl.Tree_line@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Tree_line,

Trend::
· link,
* McsEngl.Trend@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Trend,

Triad::
· link,
* McsEngl.Triad@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Triad,

TSWU::
· link,
* McsEngl.TSWU@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/TSWU,

Turning_point::
· link,
* McsEngl.Turning_point@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Turning_point,

Turnover_-_SBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Turnover_-_SBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Turnover_-_SBS,

Turnover_STS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Turnover_STS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Turnover_STS,

Twenty-foot_equivalent_unit_(TEU)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Twenty-foot_equivalent_unit_(TEU)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Twenty-foot_equivalent_unit_(TEU),

Type_of_manure_application::
· link,
* McsEngl.Type_of_manure_application@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Type_of_manure_application,

Type_of_tenure::
· link,
* McsEngl.Type_of_tenure@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Type_of_tenure,

UN::
· link,
* McsEngl.UN@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/UN,

Unconsolidated_debt::
· link,
* McsEngl.Unconsolidated_debt@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Unconsolidated_debt,

Unconventional_data::
· link,
* McsEngl.Unconventional_data@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Unconventional_data,

UNCTAD::
· link,
* McsEngl.UNCTAD@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/UNCTAD,

Under-coverage::
· link,
* McsEngl.Under-coverage@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Under-coverage,

Under-occupation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Under-occupation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Under-occupation,

Under-occupied_dwelling::
· link,
* McsEngl.Under-occupied_dwelling@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Under-occupied_dwelling,

Underemployed_part-time_worker::
· link,
* McsEngl.Underemployed_part-time_worker@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Underemployed_part-time_worker,

Underweight::
· link,
* McsEngl.Underweight@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Underweight,

UNECE::
· link,
* McsEngl.UNECE@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/UNECE,

Unemployed::
· link,
* McsEngl.Unemployed@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Unemployed,

Unemployment::
· link,
* McsEngl.Unemployment@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Unemployment,

Unemployment_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Unemployment_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Unemployment_rate,

Unemployment_rate_dispersion::
· link,
* McsEngl.Unemployment_rate_dispersion@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Unemployment_rate_dispersion,

Unemployment_trap::
· link,
* McsEngl.Unemployment_trap@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Unemployment_trap,

UNESCO::
· link,
* McsEngl.UNESCO@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/UNESCO,

UNICEF::
· link,
* McsEngl.UNICEF@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/UNICEF,

Unit_labour_costs_-_SBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Unit_labour_costs_-_SBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Unit_labour_costs_-_SBS,

United_Nations_(UN)::
· link,
* McsEngl.United_Nations_(UN)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/United_Nations_(UN),

United_Nations_Children's_Fund_(UNICEF)::
· link,
* McsEngl.United_Nations_Children's_Fund_(UNICEF)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/United_Nations_Children's_Fund_(UNICEF),

United_Nations_Conference_on_Trade_and_Development_(UNCTAD)::
· link,
* McsEngl.United_Nations_Conference_on_Trade_and_Development_(UNCTAD)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/United_Nations_Conference_on_Trade_and_Development_(UNCTAD),

United_Nations_Economic_Commission_for_Europe_(UNECE)::
· link,
* McsEngl.United_Nations_Economic_Commission_for_Europe_(UNECE)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/United_Nations_Economic_Commission_for_Europe_(UNECE),

United_Nations_Educational,_Scientific_and_Cultural_Organization_(UNESCO)::
· link,
* McsEngl.United_Nations_Educational,_Scientific_and_Cultural_Organization_(UNESCO)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/United_Nations_Educational,_Scientific_and_Cultural_Organization_(UNESCO),

Universal_service::
· link,
* McsEngl.Universal_service@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Universal_service,

Universal_service_provider_(USP)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Universal_service_provider_(USP)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Universal_service_provider_(USP),

Unladen_vehicle_weight::
· link,
* McsEngl.Unladen_vehicle_weight@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Unladen_vehicle_weight,

Unutilised_agricultural_area_(NUAA)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Unutilised_agricultural_area_(NUAA)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Unutilised_agricultural_area_(NUAA),

Updated_forecast::
· link,
* McsEngl.Updated_forecast@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Updated_forecast,

Upper_middle_income_countries::
· link,
* McsEngl.Upper_middle_income_countries@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Upper_middle_income_countries,

Urban_area::
· link,
* McsEngl.Urban_area@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Urban_area,

Urban_centre::
· link,
* McsEngl.Urban_centre@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Urban_centre,

Urban_cluster::
· link,
* McsEngl.Urban_cluster@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Urban_cluster,

Urban_wastewater::
· link,
* McsEngl.Urban_wastewater@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Urban_wastewater,

Urban_wastewater_treatment::
· link,
* McsEngl.Urban_wastewater_treatment@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Urban_wastewater_treatment,

Urban_wastewater_treatment_plant_(UWWTP)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Urban_wastewater_treatment_plant_(UWWTP)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Urban_wastewater_treatment_plant_(UWWTP),

Urban-rural_typology::
· link,
* McsEngl.Urban-rural_typology@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Urban-rural_typology,

USP::
· link,
* McsEngl.USP@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/USP,

Usual_environment::
· link,
* McsEngl.Usual_environment@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Usual_environment,

Usual_resident_population::
· link,
* McsEngl.Usual_resident_population@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Usual_resident_population,

Utilised_agricultural_area_(UAA)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Utilised_agricultural_area_(UAA)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Utilised_agricultural_area_(UAA),

UWWTP::
· link,
* McsEngl.UWWTP@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/UWWTP,

Validation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Validation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Validation,

Valuable::
· link,
* McsEngl.Valuable@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Valuable,

Value_added::
· link,
* McsEngl.Value_added@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Value_added,

Value_added_-_FRIBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Value_added_-_FRIBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Value_added_-_FRIBS,

Value_added_at_factor_cost::
· link,
* McsEngl.Value_added_at_factor_cost@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Value_added_at_factor_cost,

Value_added_tax_(VAT)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Value_added_tax_(VAT)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Value_added_tax_(VAT),

Value_of_output_-_FRIBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Value_of_output_-_FRIBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Value_of_output_-_FRIBS,

VAT::
· link,
* McsEngl.VAT@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/VAT,

Vegetable::
· link,
* McsEngl.Vegetable@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Vegetable,

Vegetative_propagation_material::
· link,
* McsEngl.Vegetative_propagation_material@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Vegetative_propagation_material,

Venture_Capital_Investment_(VCI)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Venture_Capital_Investment_(VCI)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Venture_Capital_Investment_(VCI),

VET::
· link,
* McsEngl.VET@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/VET,

Violent_crime::
· link,
* McsEngl.Violent_crime@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Violent_crime,

Vocational_education_and_training_(VET)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Vocational_education_and_training_(VET)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Vocational_education_and_training_(VET),

Vocational_training::
· link,
* McsEngl.Vocational_training@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Vocational_training,

Volume_of_industrial_production::
· link,
* McsEngl.Volume_of_industrial_production@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Volume_of_industrial_production,

Volume_of_sales_index::
· link,
* McsEngl.Volume_of_sales_index@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Volume_of_sales_index,

Wage-adjusted_labour_productivity_ratio::
· link,
* McsEngl.Wage-adjusted_labour_productivity_ratio@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Wage-adjusted_labour_productivity_ratio,

Wages_and_salaries_-_FRIBS::
· link,
* McsEngl.Wages_and_salaries_-_FRIBS@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Wages_and_salaries_-_FRIBS,

Waste::
· link,
* McsEngl.Waste@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Waste,

Waste_disposal::
· link,
* McsEngl.Waste_disposal@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Waste_disposal,

Waste_electrical_and_electronic_equipment_(WEEE)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Waste_electrical_and_electronic_equipment_(WEEE)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Waste_electrical_and_electronic_equipment_(WEEE),

Wastewater::
· link,
* McsEngl.Wastewater@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Wastewater,

Water_abstraction::
· link,
* McsEngl.Water_abstraction@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Water_abstraction,

Water_areas::
· link,
* McsEngl.Water_areas@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Water_areas,

Water_supply::
· link,
* McsEngl.Water_supply@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Water_supply,

Water_use::
· link,
* McsEngl.Water_use@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Water_use,

Waterway::
· link,
* McsEngl.Waterway@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Waterway,

Waterway_of_maritime_character::
· link,
* McsEngl.Waterway_of_maritime_character@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Waterway_of_maritime_character,

Weight::
· link,
* McsEngl.Weight@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Weight,

Weighted_average::
· link,
* McsEngl.Weighted_average@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Weighted_average,

Wetland::
· link,
* McsEngl.Wetland@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Wetland,

WHO::
· link,
* McsEngl.WHO@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/WHO,

Wholesale_trade::
· link,
* McsEngl.Wholesale_trade@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Wholesale_trade,

Wine::
· link,
* McsEngl.Wine@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Wine,

Wine-growing_year::
· link,
* McsEngl.Wine-growing_year@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Wine-growing_year,

Wooded_area::
· link,
* McsEngl.Wooded_area@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Wooded_area,

Woodland::
· link,
* McsEngl.Woodland@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Woodland,

Work_intensity::
· link,
* McsEngl.Work_intensity@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Work_intensity,

Workers_remittance::
· link,
* McsEngl.Workers_remittance@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Workers_remittance,

Workforce::
· link,
* McsEngl.Workforce@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Workforce,

Working_conditions_survey::
· link,
* McsEngl.Working_conditions_survey@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Working_conditions_survey,

Working-day_adjustment::
· link,
* McsEngl.Working-day_adjustment@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Working-day_adjustment,

World_Bank::
· link,
* McsEngl.World_Bank@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/World_Bank,

World_Health_Organization_(WHO)::
· link,
* McsEngl.World_Health_Organization_(WHO)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/World_Health_Organization_(WHO),

World_Trade_Organization_(WTO)::
· link,
* McsEngl.World_Trade_Organization_(WTO)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/World_Trade_Organization_(WTO),

Worldwide_technological_product_and_process_innovation::
· link,
* McsEngl.Worldwide_technological_product_and_process_innovation@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Worldwide_technological_product_and_process_innovation,

WTO::
· link,
* McsEngl.WTO@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/WTO,

Yield::
· link,
* McsEngl.Yield@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Yield,

Young_people_neither_in_employment_nor_in_education_and_training_(NEET)::
· link,
* McsEngl.Young_people_neither_in_employment_nor_in_education_and_training_(NEET)@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Young_people_neither_in_employment_nor_in_education_and_training_(NEET),

Young-age_dependency_ratio::
· link,
* McsEngl.Young-age_dependency_ratio@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Young-age_dependency_ratio,

Youth_education_attainment_level::
· link,
* McsEngl.Youth_education_attainment_level@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Youth_education_attainment_level,

Youth_unemployment::
· link,
* McsEngl.Youth_unemployment@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Youth_unemployment,

Youth_unemployment_rate::
· link,
* McsEngl.Youth_unemployment_rate@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Youth_unemployment_rate,

Youth_unemployment_ratio::
· link,
* McsEngl.Youth_unemployment_ratio@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Youth_unemployment_ratio,

Zero_tillage::
· link,
* McsEngl.Zero_tillage@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Zero_tillage,

Zoonose::
· link,
* McsEngl.Zoonose@EuvocStat,
* McsEngl.EuvocStat/Zoonose,

statistical-article of statistics-explained of EuoStat

description::
"The category Statistical article contains all statistical articles explaining statistical data from all themes and subthemes."
[{2020-12-20} https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/index.php?title=Category:Statistical_article]
· 626 articles.

name::
* McsEngl.EuoStat'statistical-article,

background-article of statistics-explained of EuoStat

description::
"The category Background article contains all background articles providing extensive methodological or context information, and thus complementing the statistical articles presenting and analysing data."
[{2020-12-20} https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/index.php?title=Category:Background_article]
· 266 articles.

name::
* McsEngl.EuoStat'background-article,

statistical-info of Euinfsys

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Euinfsys'statistical-info,
* McsEngl.statistical-info-of-Euinfsys,

geographical-info of Euinfsys

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.geographical-info-of-Euinfsys,

microdata of Euinfsys

description::
"What are microdata?
Microdata consist of sets of records containing information on individual persons, households or business entities. Microdata are used in official statistics for the production of aggregate information (usually tables). Access to confidential microdata is restricted in order to protect the anonymity of individual persons or businesses.
Access to microdata
We grant access to our microdata for scientific purposes only.
To apply for access to Eurostat's microdata, your organisation must first be recognised by us as a research entity – a university, research institution or research department in a public administration, bank, statistical institute etc."
[{2020-12-27} https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/microdata/overview]

name::
* McsEngl.Euinfsys'microdata,
* McsEngl.microdata-of-Euinfsys,

register of Euinfsys

description::
"Examples of official registers used for statistical purposes are:
* address registers,
* registers of people,
* farm registers,
* tax registers and
* business registers."
[{2020-12-27} https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/gisco/gisco-activities/integrating-statistics-geospatial-information/merging-statistics-and-geospatial-information]

name::
* McsEngl.Euinfsys'registry,

DOING of Euinfsys

conference-of-stakeholders of Euinfsys

description::
"The Conference of European Statistics Stakeholders takes place every two years at different venues in the EU.
In October 2016, many of Europe’s top statisticians, representatives of central banks and researchers met in Budapest. They discussed user needs, shared best practices in the production of official statistics, presented innovative ways of visualising and communicating statistics, and put forward new methodological ideas for collecting and analysing data.
... The 2016 Conference of European Statistics Stakeholders also marked the first ever European Statistics Day on 20 October, aimed at raisingEuropean citizens’ awareness of the importance and value of official statistics for society."
[ESS REPORT 2016 https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/documents/3217494/8059953/KS-FN-17-001-EN-N.pdf]

name::
* McsEngl.conference-of-European-statistics-stakeholders,
* McsEngl.Euinfsys'conference-of-stakeholders,

info-resource of Euinfsys

description::
* https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/ess/about-us/ess-position-papers,
* ESS priorities beyond 2020 Position paper of the European Statistical System Committee adopted on 16 November 2017, https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/documents/7330775/8463599/ESS+priorities+beyond+2020+final.pdf,

name::
* McsEngl.Euinfsys'Infrsc,

evoluting of Euinfsys

{2016}-Quality-declaration::
·
[ESS REPORT 2016 https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/documents/3217494/8059953/KS-FN-17-001-EN-N.pdf]

{2016}-Quality-declaration::
"In September 2016, the European Statistical System Committee approved the Quality Declaration. The Declaration is based, among other things, on the efforts that the ESS has undertaken to guarantee the development, production and dissemination of high-quality European statistics and services. These include updating the Statistical Law in 2014, introducing the European Statistics Code of Practice, adopted in 2005 and revised in 2011, and conducting two rounds of ESS peer reviews, which evaluated the extent to which ESS members comply with the Code of Practice."
[ESS REPORT 2016 https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/documents/3217494/8059953/KS-FN-17-001-EN-N.pdf]

{2008}-Esgab-Esac::
· to support the-implementation of the-code-of-practice, the-European-Statistical-Governance-Advisory-Board was-created in {2008}.
===
"In 2008, the European Statistical Advisory Committee (ESAC) was created, which represents users and other stakeholders of European statistics, such as the scientific community, social partners and civil society as well as institutional users, such as the Confederation of European Business, Committee of the Regions and the European Parliament. The role of the Committee is to ensure that user requirements are taken into account in the development of the Statistical Programmes across the ESS."
[ESS REPORT 2016 https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/documents/3217494/8059953/KS-FN-17-001-EN-N.pdf]

{i10-2000}::
"The expansion of the European Union and the development of new community policies brought forth an increasing demand for high-quality, comparable European statistics.
This meant that a closer cooperation between Eurostat and the National Statistical Institutes (NSIs) was necessary and thus, at the beginning of the 1990s, the foundations of the European Statistical System (ESS) were laid."
[ESS REPORT 2016 https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/documents/3217494/8059953/KS-FN-17-001-EN-N.pdf]

{1958}::
"In 1958, when the European Community was founded, it[Eurostat] became a Directorate-General of the European Commission."
[ESS REPORT 2016 https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/documents/3217494/8059953/KS-FN-17-001-EN-N.pdf]

{1953}::
"In 1953, a statistical service of the European Coal and Steel Community was created."
[ESS REPORT 2016 https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/documents/3217494/8059953/KS-FN-17-001-EN-N.pdf]

name::
* McsEngl.evoluting-of-Euinfsys,
* McsEngl.Euinfsys'evoluting,

e-governance of Eusaadmn

description::
· the-digitized portion of Eusaadmn.

name::
* McsEngl.Eusaadmn'digital-part!⇒Eusaegvc,
* McsEngl.Eusaadmn'e-govervance!⇒Eusaegvc,
* McsEngl.Eusaegvc!=digital-part-of-Eu-admin,
* McsEngl.digital-public-administration-of-Eu!⇒Eusaegvc,
* McsEngl.egvc.Eu!⇒Eusaegvc,
* McsEngl.socEusa'eGovernment!⇒Eusaegvc,

Digital-Europe-programme of Eusaegvc

description::
"As part of the next long-term EU budget – the Multiannual Financial Framework – the Commission has proposed Digital Europe, a programme focused on building the strategic digital capacities of the EU and on facilitating the wide deployment of digital technologies. With a planned overall budget of €7.5 billion (in current prices), it will shape and support the digital transformation of Europe’s society and economy.
The programme will boost investments in supercomputing, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, advanced digital skills, and ensuring a wide use of digital technologies across the economy and society, including through Digital Innovation Hubs. Its goal is to improve Europe's competitiveness in the global digital economy and achieve technological sovereignty. It will do so by deploying and capacity-building new digital technologies, in order to support digital transformation that will guarantee high quality public services benefiting citizens and businesses.
Digital Europe will complement other EU programmes, such as the proposed Horizon Europe programme for research and innovation, as well as the Connecting Europe Facility for digital infrastructure."
[{2020-12-14} https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/europe-investing-digital-digital-europe-programme]

name::
* McsEngl.DEP!=Digital-Europe-programme-of-Eu,
* McsEngl.Digital-Europe-programme-of-Eu!⇒EuDep,
* McsEngl.EuDep,
* McsEngl.EuDep!=Digital-Europe-programme,
* McsEngl.Eusaegvc'Digital-Europe-programme!⇒EuDep,

info-resource of EuDep

description::
* https://digital-strategy.ec.europa.eu/en/activities/digital-programme,

name::
* McsEngl.EuDep'Infrsc,

CEF-digital of Eusaegvc

description::
"At the Connecting Europe Facility, we give you access to free tools, support and funding to help you build digital services."
[{2020-12-13} https://ec.europa.eu/cefdigital/wiki/display/CEFDIGITAL/CEF+Digital+Home]

name::
* McsEngl.EuCef,
* McsEngl.EuCef!=Connecting-Europe-facility-programme,
* McsEngl.CEF-digital!⇒EuCef,
* McsEngl.Connecting-Europe-facility!⇒EuCef,

funding of EuCef

description::
"Grants
€1.04 billion is made available for the telecommunications sector under the CEF programme for 2014-2020. Part of the funding under the CEF is expected to be made in the form of grants allocated following competitive calls for proposals."
[{2020-12-13} https://ec.europa.eu/cefdigital/wiki/display/CEFDIGITAL/Grants]

name::
* McsEngl.EuCef'funding,

building-block of EuCef

description::
"* Big Data Test Infrastructure
A free online sandbox where you can analyse big data sets and test data-driven decision-making
https://ec.europa.eu/cefdigital/wiki/x/UQfvB

* Blockchain (EBSI)
Build the next generation of European blockchain services
https://ec.europa.eu/cefdigital/wiki/x/e4DEBg

* Context Broker
Gather data in real-time from all your smart applications and sensors
https://ec.europa.eu/cefdigital/wiki/x/_wXvB

* eArchiving
Preserve, migrate and reuse data securely, according to European standards
https://ec.europa.eu/cefdigital/wiki/x/FgXvB

* eDelivery
Exchange electronic data and documents in an interoperable and secure way
https://ec.europa.eu/cefdigital/wiki/x/jQTvB

* eID
Offer services capable of electronically identifying users across Europe
https://ec.europa.eu/cefdigital/wiki/x/gwTvB

* eInvoicing
Send and receive electronic invoices with automated processing, in line with the European standard
https://ec.europa.eu/cefdigital/wiki/x/EgTvB

* eSignature
Create and verify electronic, paperless signatures
https://ec.europa.eu/cefdigital/wiki/x/9gTvB

* eTranslation
A free and secure machine translation tool for all your documents
https://ec.europa.eu/cefdigital/wiki/x/_ATvB"
[{2020-12-13} https://ec.europa.eu/cefdigital/wiki/display/CEFDIGITAL/CEF+Digital+Home]

name::
* McsEngl.EuCef'building-block,
* McsEngl.EuCef'Digital-Service-Infrastructure-(DSI),

Ebsi of EuCef

description::
"The European Blockchain Services Infrastructure (EBSI) is a network of distributed nodes across Europe that will deliver cross-border public services. Blockchain technology will ultimately enhance the way citizens, governments and businesses interact.
EBSI is the result of the European Blockchain Partnership, a Declaration signed between 28 Member States, Liechtenstein and Norway to cooperate in the delivery of cross-border digital public services, with the highest standards of security and privacy.
EBSI is one of CEF’s Building Blocks, providing free reusable software, specifications and services to support its adoption by EU institutions public administrations, business and citizens."
[{2020-12-13} https://ec.europa.eu/cefdigital/wiki/display/CEFDIGITAL/ebsi]

name::
* McsEngl.EuCef'Ebsi,

only-once-principle of EuCef

description::
"Today, citizens and businesses often have to provide the same information multiple times when interacting with public administrations. But, from 2023, the Once-Only Principle will allow public administrations in Europe to reuse, or share, data and documents that people have already supplied, in a transparent and secure way."
[{2020-12-13} https://ec.europa.eu/cefdigital/wiki/display/CEFDIGITAL/Once+Only+Principle]

name::
* McsEngl.EuCef'only-once-principle,
* McsEngl.only-once-principle-of-EuCef,

info-resource of EuCef

description::
* https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/connecting-europe-facility-cef2-digital,

name::
* McsEngl.EuCef'Infrsc,

EIF-European-interoperability-framework of Eusaegvc

description::
"EIF is based on three different pillars that relate to 47 recommendations:
* 12 underlying principles
* 6 layers of interoperability
* 1 conceptual model"
[{2021-01-29} https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/collection/nifo-national-interoperability-framework-observatory/solution/eif-toolbox/what-eif]

name::
* McsEngl.EIF'European-interoperability-framework)!⇒EuEif,
* McsEngl.EuEif,
* McsEngl.European-interoperability-framework!⇒EuEif,

interoperability of EuEif

description::
"Interoperability is defined in the European Interoperability Framework (EIF) as the "ability of organizations to interact towards mutually beneficial goals, involving the sharing of information and knowledge between these organisations, through the business processes they support, by means of the exchange of data between their ICT systems""
[{2022-01-19 retrieved} https://ec.europa.eu/info/sites/default/files/br_toolbox_-_nov_2021_-_chapter_3.pdf p228]

name::
* McsEngl.interoperability//EuEif,

info-resource of EuEif

description::
* https://ec.europa.eu/isa2/eif_en,

name::
* McsEngl.EuEif'Infrsc,

EBSI of Eusaegvc

description::
"The European Blockchain Services Infrastructure (EBSI) is a market-friendly distributed blockchain network based on open standards and transparent governance model.
Introduction
EBSI is a joint initiative from the European Commission and the European Blockchain Partnership. The vision is to leverage blockchain to accelerate the creation of cross-border services for public administrations and their ecosystems to verify information and to make services more trustworthy.
Since 2020, EBSI has been deploying a network of distributed nodes across Europe, supporting applications focused on selected use cases."
[{2022-05-05 retrieved} https://ec.europa.eu/digital-building-blocks/wikis/display/EBSI/What+is+ebsi]

name::
* McsEngl.EBSI-European-Blockchain-Services-Infrastructure,
* McsEngl.Eusaegvc'EBSI,
* McsEngl.European-Blockchain-Services-Infrastructure,

law of Eusaegvc

description::
* EU eGovernment Action Plan 2016-2020 Accelerating the digital transformation of government (COM(2016) 179 final),
* Electronic Signatures Directive 1999/93/EC,

name::
* McsEngl.Eusaegvc'law!⇒EulEgvc,
* McsEngl.EulEgvc,
* McsEngl.EulEgvc!=eGovernance-Eulaw,
* McsEngl.lawEus.Egvc!⇒EulEgvc,

project-funded of Eusaegvc

description::
· projects funded by Eu to develop eGovernance.

name::
* McsEngl.Eusaegvc'project-funded!⇒Euegvcpjt,
* McsEngl.Euegvcpjt,
* McsEngl.Euegvcpjt!=Eusaegvc'project-funded,

ID-of-grand-agreement of Euegvcpjt

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Euegvcpjt'ID-of-grand-agreement,

time of Euegvcpjt

description::
· start-date,
· end-date,

name::
* McsEngl.Euegvcpjt'time,

budget of Euegvcpjt

description::
· overall
· Eu-contribution

name::
* McsEngl.Euegvcpjt'budget,

funded-under of Euegvcpjt

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Euegvcpjt'funded-under,

Euegvcpjt.OpenGovIntelligence-{2016-2019}

description::
"OpenGovIntelligence
* Grant agreement ID: 693849
* Project website: http://www.opengovintelligence.eu/
* Status: Closed project
* Start date: 1 February 2016, End date: 31 January 2019
* Funded under: H2020-EU.3.6.
* Overall budget: € 2 788 012,50
* EU contribution: € 2 788 012,50
* Coordinated by: ETHNIKO KENTRO EREVNAS KAI TECHNOLOGIKIS ANAPTYXIS, Greece"
===
· they used the ‘RDF Data Cube vocabulary’ standard to aggregate data to build practical tools for public administrators and citizens alike.

name::
* McsEngl.Euegvcpjt.OpenGovIntelligence,
* McsEngl.OpenGovIntelligence-Euegvcpjt,

Euegvcpjt.SIMPATIKO-{2016-2019}

description::
"SIMPATICO
* Grant agreement ID: 692819
* Start date:1 March 2016, End date:28 February 2019
* Funded under: H2020-EU.3.6.
- Overall budget: € 3 628 718,75
- EU contribution: € 3 628 718,75
* Coordinated by: FONDAZIONE BRUNO KESSLER, Italy
... build on top of existing tools
... Among the system’s extensive list of features are automatic field compilation, dynamic walkthroughs, text simplification, online query answering and other techniques that adapt to the specific characteristics and skills of users."
[{2020-12-21} https://cordis.europa.eu/article/id/386892-e-government-made-smart-and-easy]

name::
* McsEngl.Euegvcpjt.SIMPATIKO,
* McsEngl.SIMPATIKO-Euegvcpjt,

info-resource of Eusaegvc

description::
* eGovernment Benchmark 2022, https://prod.ucwe.capgemini.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/eGovernment-Benchmark-2022-1.-Insight-Report.pdf,
* https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/collection/nifo-national-interoperability-framework-observatory/news/2020-eu-factsheet-now-public,
* https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/digital-innovation-hubs,
* https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/european-egovernment-action-plan-2011-2015,
* https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/news/stories-egovernment-and-digital-public-services-europe,
* https://cordis.europa.eu/article/id/405547-digital-government-co-creating-innovative-public-services-for-citizens-and-businesses,
* https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/,
* https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E-government_in_Europe,
* https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E-government_factsheets,
* https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SemanticGov,

name::
* McsEngl.Eusaegvc'Infrsc,

DOING of Eusaegvc

description::
"Estonia is probably the only country in the world where 99% of the public services are available online 24/7. E-services are only impossible for marriages, divorces and real-estate transactions – you still have to get out of the house for those."
[{2020-12-18} https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/news/stories-egovernment-and-digital-public-services-europe]

name::
* McsEngl.Eusaegvc'digital-service,
* McsEngl.Eusaegvc'doing,
* McsEngl.digital-service-of-Eu,

evoluting of Eusaegvc

name::
* McsEngl.evoluting-of-Eusaegvc,
* McsEngl.Eusaegvc'evoluting,

{2020-12-08}-Eusaegvc-Berlin-declaration::
"The ministers responsible for digital transformation in the public administration in all EU Member States pointed to the relationship between interoperable open source solutions for the public sector and digital sovereignty in the Berlin Declaration, signed on 8 December 2020.
The signatories committed to:
* Promote fundamental rights and democratic values in the digital sphere;
* Enhance social participation and inclusion;
* Foster digital empowerment and digital literacy;
* Strengthen trust through security in the digital sphere;
* Strengthen Europe’s digital sovereignty and interoperability;
* Create value-based, human-centred AI systems for use in the public sector;
* Foster resilience and sustainability."
[{2020-12-18} https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/collection/open-source-observatory-osor/news/open-source-digital-sovereignty-and-interoperability]

{2017-10-06}-Eusaegvc-eGovernment-Tallinn-declaration::
"This marks a new political commitment at EU level on significant priorities towards ensuring high quality, user-centric digital public services for citizens and seamless cross-border public services for businesses."
[{2020-12-18} https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/news/ministerial-declaration-egovernment-tallinn-declaration]

{2009-11-18}-Eusaegvc-Malmφ-declaration::
"In view of the next five-year period, the ministers responsible for eGovernment of the EU convened in Malmφ, Sweden and unanimously presented the Ministerial Declaration on eGovernment on 18 November 2009. This document presents the vision, political priorities and objectives of the EU for the period 2010–2015.[4]"
[{2020-12-13} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E-government_in_Europe]

{2009-09}-Eusaegvc-ISA-programme::
"The new Interoperability Solutions for European Public Administrations (ISA) programme was adopted by the Council and the European Parliament in September 2009 and has replaced the IDABC programme, which came to an end on 31 December 2009.[8]
[{2020-12-13} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E-government_in_Europe]

Eusaegvc.SPECIFIC

description::
* national-level,
* supranational-level,

name::
* McsEngl.Eusaegvc.specific,

worker of Eusaadmn

description::
· any worker on Eusaadmn.

name::
* McsEngl.EuwGvc,
* McsEngl.EuwGvc!=Eusaadmn'worker,
* McsEngl.Eusaadmn'worker!⇒EuwGvc,
* McsEngl.wrkr.035-Eusaadmn!⇒EuwGvc,
* McsEngl.wrkr.Eusaadmn!⇒EuwGvc,

generic-tree-of-EuwGvc::
* Eusworker,

info-resource of EuwGvc

description::
* https://op.europa.eu/en/web/who-is-who,
* https://europa.eu/european-union/about-eu/working_en,
* https://epso.europa.eu/why-eu-careers_en,
* https://epso.europa.eu/about-epso_en,

name::
* McsEngl.EuwGvc'Infrsc,

EuwGvc.aggregate-002

description::
"there are around 60,000 EU civil servants and other staff"
[{2020-12-15} https://ec.europa.eu/info/strategy/eu-budget/transparency/fact-check_en]

name::
* McsEngl.EuwGvc.002-aggregate,
* McsEngl.EuwGvc.aggregate,

EuwGvc.High-Representative-for-Common-Foreign-and-Security-Policy-001

description::

info-resource of Eusaadmn

description::
* https://www.consilium.europa.eu/media/34119/eu-quarter-map.pdf,

name::
* McsEngl.Eusaadmn'Infrsc,

DOING of Eusaadmn

description::
* public-service,
* agricultural and fisheries policy,
* consumer policy,
* economic and monetary policy,
* energy policy,
* environment policy,
* foreign and security policy,
* health policy,
* judicial cooperation in criminal matters,
* research and development policy,
* structural and cohesion policy,
* space policy,
* trade policy,
* transport policy,

name::
* McsEngl.Eusaadmndoing,
* McsEngl.Eusaadmn'doing!⇒Eusaadmndoing,

relation-to-member-doing of Eusaadmndoing

description::
"This naturally begs the question of where the dividing line is between EU competencies and those of the Member States. This dividing line is drawn on the basis of the following three categories of competence.
* Exclusive competence of the EU (Article 3 TFEU) in areas where it can be assumed that a measure at EU level will be more effective than a measure in any Member State that is not coordinated. These areas are clearly set out and comprise the customs union, the establishing of the competition rules necessary for the functioning of the internal market, the monetary policy of the euro states, the common commercial policy and parts of the common fisheries policy. In these policy areas only the EU may legislate and adopt legally binding acts, the Member States being able to do so themselves only if so empowered by the EU or for the implementation of Union acts (Article 2(1) TFEU).
* Shared competence between the EU and the Member States (Article 4 TFEU) in areas where action at Union level will add value over action by Member States. There is shared competence for internal market rules, economic, social and territorial cohesion, agriculture and fisheries, environment, transport, trans-European networks, energy supply and the area of freedom, security and justice, and also for common safety concerns in public health matters, research and technological development, space, development cooperation and humanitarian aid. In all these areas the EU can exercise competence first, but only with regard to matters laid down in the relevant Union instrument and not to the entire policy area. The Member States exercise their competence to the extent that the EU has not exercised, or has decided to cease exercising, its competence (Article 2(2) TFEU). The latter situation arises when the relevant EU institutions decide to repeal a legislative act, in particular to respect the principles of subsidiarity and proportionality. The Council may, on the initiative of one or more of its members, request that the Commission submit proposals for repealing a legislative act.
* Competence to carry out supporting action (Article 6 TFEU). The EU’s competence to carry out supporting action is limited to coordinating or providing complementary action for the action of the Member States; the EU cannot harmonise national law in the areas concerned (Article 2(5) TFEU). Responsibility for drafting legislation therefore continues to lie with the Member States, which thus have considerable freedom to act. The areas covered by this category of competence are protection and improvement of human health, industry, culture, tourism, education, youth, sport and vocational training, civil protection and administrative cooperation. In the areas of employment and economic policy, the Member States explicitly acknowledge the need to coordinate national measures within the EU."
[{2020-11-29} https://op.europa.eu/webpub/com/abc-of-eu-law/en/]

name::
* McsEngl.Eusaadmndoing'relation-to-member-doing,

Eusaadmndoing.decision-making of Eusaadmn

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Eusaadmndoing.decision-making,
* McsEngl.decision-making-process-of-Eu,
* McsEngl.Eusaadmn'decision-making-process,

Eusaadmndoing.lobbying of Eusaadmn

description::
"Lobbying in the European Union, also referred to officially as European interest representation, is the activity of representatives of diverse interest groups or lobbies who attempt to influence the executive and legislative authorities of the European Union through public relations or public affairs work.
The Treaty of Lisbon introduced a new dimension of lobbying at the European level that is different from most national lobbying.
At the national level, lobbying is more a matter of personal and informal relations between the officials of national authorities, but lobbying at the European Union level is increasingly a part of the political decision-making process and thus part of the legislative process.
'European interest representation' is part of a new participatory democracy within the European Union.
The first step towards specialised regulation of lobbying in the European Union was a Written Question tabled by Alman Metten, in 1989.
In 1991, Marc Galle, Chairman of the Committee on the Rules of Procedure, the Verification of Credentials and Immunities, was appointed to submit proposals for a Code of conduct and a register of lobbyists.
Today lobbying in the European Union is an integral and important part of decision-making in the EU.
From year to year lobbying regulation in the EU is constantly improving and the number of lobbyists is increasing.[1]"
[{2020-12-19} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Union_lobbying]

name::
* McsEngl.Eulobbying,
* McsEngl.European-interest-representation!⇒Eulobbying,
* McsEngl.Eusaadmn'doing.Eulobbying!⇒Eulobbying,
* McsEngl.lobbying-in-Eu!⇒Eulobbying,

lobby of Eulobbying

description::
"Interest representation, or lobbying, is either a part of the work of institutions with a different main focus or it is the main focus of organisations whose 'raison-d'κtre' is lobbying itself. The main actors in European interest representation are national, European, and international associations from all sectors of economic and social life, private enterprise, law firms, public affairs consultants (political consultants) and non-governmental organisations and think tanks."
[{2020-12-19} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Union_lobbying]

name::
* McsEngl.Eulobbying'interest-group,
* McsEngl.Eulobbying'lobby,
* McsEngl.Eulobbying'representative-association,

law of Eulobbying

description::
"When the Treaty of Lisbon came into force on 1 December 2009, it provided a legal framework for interest representation in the form of Article 11 of the Treaty on European Union. This article regulates the details of participative democracy within the EU in the following sections: horizontal civil dialogue (Article 11(1) TEU), vertical civil dialogue (Article 11(2) TEU), the Commission's existing consultation practices (Article 11(3) TEU), and the new European Citizens' Initiative (Article 11(4) TEU)."
[{2020-12-19} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Union_lobbying]

name::
* McsEngl.EulLobbying,
* McsEngl.Eulobbying'law!⇒EulLobbying,
* McsEngl.lawEus.035-lobbying!⇒EulLobbying,
* McsEngl.lawEus.lobbying!⇒EulLobbying,

transparency-register of Eulobbying

description::
"The Register exists to answer questions such as:
* What interests are being represented at EU level?
* Who represents those interests, and on whose behalf?
* With what budgets?"
[{2020-12-20} https://ec.europa.eu/transparencyregister/public/staticPage/displayStaticPage.do?locale=en&reference=WHY_TRANSPARENCY_REGISTER]
===
"In the context of the European Transparency Initiative, which was introduced in 2005 by EU Commissioner Siim Kallas, the European Commission introduced the voluntary register of lobbyists in the European Union on 23 June 2008. The so-called Transparency-register of both European Parliament and EU Commission was established three years later, on 23 June 2011.[14] The registration is not mandatory, however, it is a precondition to accreditation and physical access to buildings of the European Parliament. The objective of the joint transparency register is to increase transparency of the EU lobbying system by enabling public inspection of the lobbying process itself, including an insight on who the lobbyists are, that try to shape EU governance, and whose interests they represent. Organisations as well as private actors and individuals can register in one of the six broadly composed categories of the Transparency Register. These include law firms, trade and professional associations, non-governmental-organisations (NGOs) and organisations which represent interests of local, regional or communal authorities and other public institutions. Moreover, during the process of registration the applicant must provide certain information which is published on the website of the Transparency Register by the European Union. These include the main office, the particular ambition, mission and interests, memberships, clients and an estimate of financial resources including received EU funding. By registering, applicants agree to a unitary code of conduct.[15]"
[{2020-12-20} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Union_lobbying]

name::
* McsEngl.Eulobbying'transparency-register,
* McsEngl.transparency-register-of-Eu,

Eulobbying.SPECIFIC

description::
"There are two types of European interest representation:
* action taken by interest representatives (lobbyists) at the European level in Brussels (the "Brussels Route"[4])
* action taken by interest representatives, associations and companies at the national level, focusing on European issues (the "national route"[5])"
[{2020-12-19} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Union_lobbying]

name::
* McsEngl.Eulobbing.specific,

Eusaadmndoing.policy

description::
· a-method of Eusaadmndoing.

name::
* McsEngl.Eusaadmndoing.policy!⇒Eupolicy,
* McsEngl.Eupolicy,
* McsEngl.policy//socEusa!⇒Eupolicy,

generic-tree-of-Eupolicy::
* policy,

policymaker of Eupolicy

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Eupolicy'policymaker,

stakeholder of Eupolicy

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Eupolicy'stakholder,

ozn-process-affectd of Eupolicy

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Eupolicy'ozn-process-affected,

standard-related of Eupolicy

description::
· International or European.

name::
* McsEngl.Eupolicy'standard-related,

info-resource of Eupolicy

description::
* https://ec.europa.eu/info/sites/default/files/br_toolbox_-_nov_2021_-_chapter_3.pdf,

name::
* McsEngl.Eupolicy'Infrsc,

Eupolicy.SPECIFIC

description::
* Access and connectivity,
* Accessing markets,
* Accounting rules,
* Adapting to climate change,
* Adult learning,
* Agricultural markets and analysis,
* Agriculture and environment,
* Agriculture and rural development,
* Alcohol,
* Animal by-products,
* Animal diseases,
* Animal feed,
* Animal health,
* Animal identification,
* Animal products,
* Animal welfare,
* Anti-money laundering and counter terrorist financing,
* Antimicrobial resistance,
* Antitrust,
* Asylum,
* Audiovisual sector support,
* Auditing of companies' financial statements,
* Banking and financial services,
* Banking union,
* Better regulation,
* Better training for safer food,
* Biocides,
* Biological safety,
* Biotechnology,
* Blood, tissues and organs,
* Borders and security,
* Budget support and dialogue with partner countries,
* Business and industry,
* Calculation of customs duties,
* Cancer,
* Capital markets union,
* Cartels,
* Challenges of globalisation,
* Chemical safety,
* Chemicals,
* Circular economy,
* Civil justice,
* Civil protection,
* Clean air,
* Climate action,
* Combating organised crime,
* Combatting discrimination,
* Communicable diseases,
* Company reporting,
* Company tax,
* Competition,
* Competition policy by sectors,
* Consultative Committees,
* Consumer finance and payments,
* Consumer protection,
* Consumer protection in financial services,
* Consumers,
* Cooperation between regions and countries,
* Criminal justice,
* Crisis preparedness and response in public health,
* Cross-border healthcare,
* Cultural and creative industries,
* Culture and media,
* Culture sector support,
* Customs,
* Customs and security,
* Customs co-operation programmes,
* Customs Code,
* Customs procedures,
* Data protection,
* Development of countries and regions,
* Digital economy,
* Digital economy and society,
* Digital finance,
* Digital health,
* Digital society,
* Digitalisation of justice,
* Direct support and transparency,
* E-procurement,
* Easier import and export,
* Economics of sports,
* Economy, finance and the euro,
* Education and training,
* Efficient power production,
* Electromagnetic fields,
* Electronic customs,
* Emissions trading,
* Employment,
* Employment and social affairs,
* Endocrine disruptors,
* Energy,
* Energy efficiency,
* Energy infrastructure,
* Energy supply: policy information,
* Energy technology and innovation,
* Energy-efficient buildings,
* Energy-efficient products,
* Energy-efficient road transport,
* Entrepreneurship and small business,
* Environment,
* EU as a borrower,
* EU Charter of Fundamental Rights,
* EU citizenship,
* EU economic governance,
* EU economic situation,
* EU enlargement,
* EU health policy explained,
* EU reference laboratories,
* EU sanctions,
* European market for space data,
* European neighbourhood policy,
* European reference networks,
* European standards,
* Excise duties,
* External border control,
* Fair and sustainable fishing,
* Fighting fraud relating to EU expenditure, revenue or staff,
* Financial assistance to EU countries,
* Financial markets,
* Financial supervision and risk management,
* Financing energy efficiency,
* Fitness check of the food chain,
* Fluorinated greenhouse gases,
* Food and feed safety alerts,
* Food fraud,
* Food improvement agents,
* Food safety,
* Food waste,
* Foreign affairs and security policy,
* Forest and agriculture emissions,
* Forestry,
* Fraud prevention,
* Future of EU food safety,
* Gender equality,
* General food law,
* Genetically modified organisms (GMO),
* Green procurement,
* Greenhouse gas emission reduction,
* Health and food audits and analysis,
* Health and safety at work,
* Health and structural funds,
* Health and the investment plan,
* Health and well-being of young people,
* Health data collection,
* Health indicators,
* Health programme,
* Health systems performance assessment,
* Health technology assessment,
* Health workforce,
* Higher education,
* Humanitarian aid,
* Humanitarian aid and civil protection,
* Industry competitiveness and innovation,
* Information and communication technologies (ICT),
* Institutional affairs,
* Insurance and pensions,
* Integrated maritime policy,
* Integrity in sports,
* Interest groups,
* International affairs,
* International anti-discrimination action,
* International climate action,
* International cooperation and development,
* International cooperation in public health,
* International cooperation on education and training,
* International cooperation on migration,
* International cooperation on product safety,
* International customs cooperation,
* International development dialogue,
* International economic issues,
* International gender equality,
* International human rights,
* International public procurement,
* International trade procedures,
* Investments in small business,
* Irregular migration and return,
* Justice and Consumers Funding,
* Justice and fundamental rights,
* Labelling and nutrition,
* Legal migration,
* Liberalisation,
* Live animals,
* Living and working in another EU country,
* Low carbon economy,
* Low carbon technologies,
* Management of funds,
* Marine and coastal environment,
* Maritime affairs and fisheries,
* Medical devices,
* Medicinal products for human use,
* Medicinal products for veterinary use,
* Mental health,
* Mergers,
* Migrants' health,
* Migration and asylum,
* Modes of transport,
* Movement of pets,
* National parliament involvement,
* Noise pollution,
* Non-communicable diseases,
* Novel foods,
* Nuclear energy,
* Nutrition and physical activity,
* Official controls and enforcement,
* Oil, gas and coal,
* Open innovation,
* Open science,
* Organic farming,
* Ozone layer,
* Participation in civil society,
* Passenger car taxation policy,
* Peacekeeping,
* Pensions,
* Personal tax,
* Pesticides,
* Plant health and biosecurity,
* Plant property rights,
* Plant reproductive material,
* Police cooperation,
* Policy coherence,
* Preventing and fighting terrorism,
* Product Safety,
* Professionalisation of public buyers,
* Promotion of EU farm products,
* Public health,
* Public procurement,
* Public procurement rules and implementation,
* Public procurement strategy,
* Quality of farming products,
* Rare diseases,
* Regional policy,
* Renewable energy,
* Research and innovation,
* Research and innovation in health,
* Rights of the child,
* Role of sport in society,
* Rural development,
* Schengen and internal borders,
* School policy,
* Science open to the world,
* Secure energy supplies,
* Security industry,
* Semen, ova, embryos,
* Setting the rules,
* Shifting to more efficient transport modes,
* Single energy market,
* Single market,
* Single market for goods,
* Single market for services,
* Skills and qualifications,
* Social affairs,
* Social determinants and health inequalities,
* Social inclusion,
* Social procurement,
* Soil quality,
* Solving consumer disputes,
* Space technology,
* Sport,
* Sport in international cooperation and external relations,
* State aid,
* State of health in the EU,
* Steering EU public health,
* Structural reforms,
* Support for global security,
* Sustainable Development Goals,
* Sustainable development in environment,
* Sustainable finance,
* Sustainable growth,
* Tackling barriers to trade,
* Tax cooperation and control,
* Tax fraud and tax evasion,
* Taxation,
* Taxation of the financial sector,
* Tobacco,
* Traces: Trade control and expert system,
* Trade,
* Trade agreements,
* Trade and developing countries,
* Trade and promotion,
* Trade in services outside the EU,
* Transport,
* Transport emissions,
* Transport infrastructure,
* Transport themes,
* Upholding the rule of law,
* Urban environment,
* Vaccination,
* VAT rules,
* Veterinary border control,
* Vocational education and training,
* Voluntary activities,
* Waste and recycling,
* Water resources,
* Youth,
* Youth and the world,
* Youth employment and entrepreneurship,
* Zootechnics,
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/policies_en]
===
* Agriculture and rural development,
* Banking and financial services,
* Borders and security,
* Budget,
* Business and industry,
* Climate action,
* Competition,
* Consumers,
* Culture and media,
* Customs,
* Defence,
* Digital economy and society,
* Economy, finance and the euro,
* Education and training,
* Employment and social affairs,
* Energy,
* Environment,
* EU enlargement,
* European neighbourhood policy,
* Food safety,
* Foreign affairs and security policy,
* Fraud prevention,
* Home affairs,
* Humanitarian aid and civil protection,
* Institutional affairs,
* International cooperation and development,
* Justice and fundamental rights,
* Maritime affairs and fisheries,
* Migration and asylum,
* Public health,
* Regional policy,
* Research and innovation,
* Single market,
* Space,
* Sport,
* Statistics,
* Taxation,
* Trade,
* Transport,
* Youth,
[{2020-12-25} https://ec.europa.eu/info/topics_en]

name::
* McsEngl.Eupolicy.specific,

Eupolicy.digital

description::
·

name::
* McsEngl.Eupolicy.digital!⇒EupolicyDigi,
* McsEngl.EupolicyDigi,

info-resource of EupolicyDigi

description::
* https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/sites/default/files/document/2022-01/Issue paper - Multidisciplinary teams for digital-ready policymaking_0.pdf,

name::
* McsEngl.EupolicyDigi'Infrsc,

Eusaadmndoing.public-service

description::
· any service to its households and companies of Eusaadmn.

name::
* McsEngl.Eusaadmndoing.public-service!⇒Eusaadmnservice,
* McsEngl.Eusaadmnservice,
* McsEngl.servicePblcEusa!⇒Eusaadmnservice,
* McsEngl.socEusa'public-service!⇒Eusaadmnservice,
* McsEngl.public-service.socEusa!⇒Eusaadmnservice,

transparency of Eusaadmnservice

description::
· open access to information.
"Transparency in the EIF context refers to: i. Enabling visibility inside the administrative environment of a public administration. This is about allowing other public administrations, citizens and businesses to view and understand administrative rules, processes, data, services and decision-making. ii. Ensuring availability of interfaces with internal information systems. Public administrations operate a large number of what are often heterogeneous and disparate information systems in support of their internal processes. Interoperability depends on ensuring the availability of interfaces to these systems and the data they handle. In turn, interoperability facilitates reuse of systems and data, and enables these to be integrated into larger systems. iii. Securing the right to the protection of personal data, by respecting the applicable legal framework for the large volumes of personal data of citizens, held and managed by Public administrations."
[{2021-01-29} https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/collection/nifo-national-interoperability-framework-observatory/glossary/term/transparency]
===
"Open government is the governing doctrine which holds that citizens have the right to access the documents and proceedings of the government to allow for effective public oversight.[1] In its broadest construction, it opposes reason of state and other considerations which have tended to legitimize extensive state secrecy. The origins of open-government arguments can be dated to the time of the European Age of Enlightenment, during which philosophers debated the proper construction of a then nascent democratic society. It is also increasingly being associated with the concept of democratic reform.[2] The United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 16 for example advocates for public access to information as a criterion for ensuring accountable and inclusive institutions.[3]"
[{2021-01-29} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_government]

name::
* McsEngl.Eusaadmnservice'transparency,

info-resource of Eusaadmnservice

description::
* https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/sites/default/files/news/2021-01/Catalogue of Services Action_Handout.pdf,

name::
* McsEngl.Eusaadmnservice'Infrsc,

Eusaadmnservice.SPECIFIC

description::
* digital,
* digitalNo,
===
* international,
* national,
* regional,
* local,

name::
* McsEngl.Eusaadmnservice.specific,

05-health of socEusa

description::
· any well|bad-being of Eu.

"Usa innovate,
China immitate,
Eu regulate" [twitter]

name::
* McsEngl.Eusahealth,
* McsEngl.socEusa'05_health!⇒Eusahealth,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att005-health!⇒Eusahealth,
* McsEngl.socEusa'health!⇒Eusahealth,

Eusahealth.well-being

description::
· any well-being of socEusa.

name::
* McsEngl.Eusahealth.good!⇒Eusawellbeing,
* McsEngl.Eusawellbeing!=well-being-of-Eu,
* McsEngl.socEusa'well-being!⇒Eusabadbeing,
* McsEngl.Socwellbeing.Eu!⇒Eusabadbeing,

Eusahealth.bad-being

description::
· any bad-being of socEusa.

name::
* McsEngl.Eusabadbeing!=bad-being-of-Eu,
* McsEngl.Eudisorder!⇒Eusabadbeing,
* McsEngl.Eusahealth.bad!⇒Eusabadbeing,
* McsEngl.Socbadbeing.Eu!⇒Eusabadbeing,
* McsEngl.socEusa'bad-being!⇒Eusabadbeing,

Eusabadbeing.SPECIFIC

description::
* bureaucracy,
* climate-change,
* energy-poverty,
* epidemic,
* natural-disaster,
* organised-crime,
* poverty,
* terrorism,
* unemployment,

name::
* McsEngl.Eusabadbeing.specific,

Eusahealth.peacemaking-003

description::
"Another, historically important, feature of the Union legal order is its peacemaking role. With its objective of maintaining peace and liberty, it replaces force as a means of settling conflicts by rules of law that bind both individuals and the Member States into a single community. As a result the Union legal order is an important instrument for the preservation and creation of peace."
[{2020-12-09} https://op.europa.eu/webpub/com/abc-of-eu-law/en/#chap7]

name::
* McsEngl.Eusahealth.003-peacemaking,
* McsEngl.Eusahealth.peacemaking,
* McsEngl.EusahealthGood.peacemaking,

e-society of socEusa

description::
· the-digitized portion of socEusa.

name::
* McsEngl.Eusaesoc!=digital-part-of-Eu,
* McsEngl.digital-society.Eus!⇒Eusaesoc,
* McsEngl.esoc.Eu!⇒Eusaesoc,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att038-e-society!⇒Eusaesoc,
* McsEngl.socEusa'data-society!⇒Eusaesoc,
* McsEngl.socEusa'digital-society!⇒Eusaesoc,
* McsEngl.socEusa'e-society!⇒Eusaesoc,

e-governance (link) of Eusaesoc

Berlin-Declaration of Eusaesoc

description::
"The Berlin Declaration on Digital Society and Value-based Digital Government (hereafter ‘the Declaration’) was signed on 8 December 2021 by responsible ministers from all EU Member States and builds on commitments made in the Tallinn eGovernment Declaration, which endorsed the key principles for digital public services outlined in the eGovernment Action Plan 2016-2020.
The architecture of the BDM [Berlin Declaration Monitoring mechanism] is based on three granularity levels: the 7 Policy Areas (level 1) aggregating the 22 Policy Actions (level 2) assessed through a set of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) (level 3)."
[{2022-05-11 retrieved} https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/sites/default/files/inline-files/Berlin%20Declaration%20monitoring%20report%202022.pdf]

name::
* McsEngl.Berlin-Declaration-of-Eusaesoc,
* McsEngl.Eusaesoc'Berlin-Declaration,

Policy Areas and Policy Actions::
The Berlin Declaration sets out 7 key Policy Areas, related to the principles on which the Declaration is based. The Policy Areas constitute the highest aggregation level of the BDM and include then several Policy Actions to be implemented by 2024 in the Member States.
1. Promote fundamental rights and democratic values in the digital sphere;
1.1 Translate abstract fundamental rights regulation into tangible policies and strive to set an example by incorporating fundamental rights into public sector innovation policies and technology procurement rules.
1.2 Engage in strategic projects with the aim of increasing awareness of the relevance of a valuebased digital transformation, i.e., by building platforms to exchange and further develop national and European strategies with regard to digital transformation (“digital round tables”) and by organising cross-border and international exchange (i.e. workshops).
1.3 Encourage the establishment of ethical and technological expert councils to provide advice to and foster debate among citizens.
2. Enhance social participation and digital inclusion, to shape the digital world;
2.1 Put co-creation and collaboration with citizens into practice and encourage the use of digital tools to foster participation of citizens in political-decision-making.
2.2 Ensure that the digital transformation is inclusive of and accessible for persons with disabilities and elderly persons and increase our efforts to make public services and information fully digitally accessible in accordance with the Web Accessibility Directive and the European Accessibility Act.
2.3 Provide easy access to services for the mobile channel by enabling citizens to use their mobile devices to carry out digital public services and by cooperating at EU level in establishing necessary elements for ensuring mobile device interoperability across borders. Report on the monitoring of the Berlin Declaration
3. Foster digital empowerment and digital literacy, to allow all citizens to participate in the digital sphere;
3.1 Launch and promote initiatives to ensure that the general public is equipped with access and a minimum understanding of digital technologies and digital skills (i.e., online service of “digital ambassadors”).
3.2 Continue to provide easily accessible, user-friendly services and seamless digital public services, tools and applications.
3.3 Initiate workshops, training etc. in order to promote digital skills and awareness in the public sector.
4. Strengthen trust through security in the digital sphere, to allow everyone to navigate the digital world safely, authenticate and be digitally recognised within the EU conveniently;
4.1 Promote the rollout and use of notified eID means and introduce incentives for the private sector to use European trustworthy and notified eID.
4.2 Promote responsible and legally compliant re-use of data and the Once-Only Principle in line with the Tallinn Declaration and encourage new concepts such as personal data management based on user consent.
4.3 Consider ways to foster agreement on ICT security requirements.
5. Strengthen Europe’s digital sovereignty and interoperability, as a key in ensuring the ability of citizens and public administrations to make decisions and act self-determined in the digital world;
5.1 Jointly work towards agreements on requirements for technology providers and solutions in the public sector that are essential for digital sovereignty.
5.2 Implement common standards, modular architectures and – when suitable – open-source technologies in the development and deployment of cross-border digital solutions.
5.3 Work with the European Commission to jointly agree on concrete deadlines and criteria such as a demand driven approach for providing further suitable public services online for EU crossborder use.
6. Create value-based, human-centred AI systems for use in the public sector, strengthening its pioneering role in the research on secure and trustworthy technology design:
6.1 Foster transparency and accountability i.e., by revealing when automated decision-making processes are used in digital public services, and ensure quality standards of data sets fed into AI systems when designing digital public services (e.g., by quality seals for data sets).
6.2 Share best practices on the development of successful human-centric AI systems in the public sector.
6.3 Stimulate knowledge sharing between practitioners of administrative innovation strategies and on examples of human centric technologies in public administrations. Report on the monitoring of the Berlin Declaration
7. Foster resilience and sustainability in the digital society, preserving our natural foundations of life in line with the Green Deal and using digital technologies to enhance the sustainability of our health systems.
7.1 Consider how to assess and make transparent the energy sources and consumption of digital tools and infrastructures as well as ways to improve their efficiency.
7.2 Evaluate the environmental impacts of ICT using a multi-criteria lifecycle analysis and establish a strategy to extend the lifespan of digital equipment and promote the eco-design of ICT products to improve circular product cycles.
7.3 Initiate expert consultations to provide guidelines on healthy and appropriate use of digital technologies and work-life balance to prevent adverse impact on mental or physical human health development.
7.4 Foster the exchange of crisis management data, in particular in the health sector, e.g., via the European Health Data Space.
[{2022-05-11 retrieved} https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/sites/default/files/inline-files/Berlin%20Declaration%20monitoring%20report%202022.pdf]

info-resource of Eusaesoc

description::
* https://digital-strategy.ec.europa.eu/en/library/2023-report-state-digital-decade,
* https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en,
* timeline: https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/data-policies-and-legislation-timeline,
* https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/european-data-governance,
* https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/european-strategy-data,
* https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/digitising-european-industry,
* https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/collection/innovative-public-services,

name::
* McsEngl.Eusaesoc'Infrsc,

flag of socEusa

description::

name::
* McsEngl.Euflag,
* McsEngl.flagEu!⇒Euflag,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att009-flag!⇒Euflag,
* McsEngl.socEusa'flag!⇒Euflag,

European-Economic-Area of socEusa

description::
Eu-member-states and 3 Efta-members (Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway).

name::
* McsEngl.EEA!=European-economic-area,
* McsEngl.oznEea,
* McsEngl.oznEea!=European-economic-area,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att034-European-economic-area!⇒oznEea,
* McsEngl.socEusa'European-economic-area!⇒oznEea,

descriptionLong::
"The European Economic Area (EEA) was established via the Agreement on the European Economic Area, an international agreement which enables the extension of the European Union's single market to member states of the European Free Trade Association.[7] The EEA links the EU member states and three EFTA states (Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway) into an internal market governed by the same basic rules. The United Kingdom benefits from this relationship during the transition/implementation period planned by the treaties.[2] These rules aim to enable free movement of persons, goods, services, and capital within the European Single Market, including the freedom to choose residence in any country within this area. The EEA was established on 1 January 1994 upon entry into force of the EEA Agreement. The contracting parties are the EU, its member states, and Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and the United Kingdom.[8]
The EEA Treaty is a commercial treaty and differs from the EU Treaties in certain key respects. According to Article 1 its purpose is to "promote a continuous and balanced strengthening of trade and economic relation". The EFTA members do not participate in the Common Agricultural Policy or the Common Fisheries Policy.
The right to free movement of persons between EEA member states and the relevant provisions on safeguard measures are identical to those applying between members of the EU.[9][10] The right and rules applicable in all EEA member states, including those which are not members of the EU, are specified in Directive 2004/38/EC[10] and in the EEA Agreement.[9]
The EEA Agreement specifies that membership is open to member states either of the EU or of the EFTA. EFTA states that are party to the EEA Agreement participate in the EU's internal market without being members of the EU or the European Union Customs Union. They adopt most EU legislation concerning the single market, with notable exclusions including laws regarding the Common Agricultural Policy and Common Fisheries Policy.[11] The EEA's "decision-shaping" processes enable EEA EFTA member states to influence and contribute to new EEA policy and legislation from an early stage.[12] Third country goods are excluded for these states on rules of origin.
When entering into force in 1994, the EEA parties were 17 states and two European Communities: the European Community, which was later absorbed into the EU's wider framework, and the now defunct European Coal and Steel Community. Membership has grown to 30 states as of 2020: 27 EU member states, as well as three of the four member states of the EFTA (Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway).[8] The Agreement is applied provisionally with respect to Croatia—the remaining and most recent EU member state—pending ratification of its accession by all EEA parties.[4][13] The United Kingdom transitionally continues to be an EEA member after it withdrew from the EU on 31 January 2020, and entered into a transition period ending 31 December 2020. During the transition, the EEA agreement will remain unchanged, and continue to apply as before, to both the remaining EEA members and the United Kingdom, as the UK will continue to be treated as if an EEA state.[14] One EFTA member, Switzerland, has not joined the EEA, but has a set of bilateral sectoral agreements with the EU which allow it to participate in the internal market."
[{2020-12-11} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Economic_Area]

European-Free-Trade-Association of socEusa

description::
· Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and Switzerland.

name::
* McsEngl.EFTA!=European-free-trade-association,
* McsEngl.European-free-trade-association!⇒oznEfta,
* McsEngl.oznEfta,
* McsEngl.oznEfta!=European-free-trade-association,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att035-European-free-trade-association!⇒oznEfta,
* McsEngl.socEusa'European-free-trade-association!⇒oznEfta,

descriptionLong::
"The European Free Trade Association (EFTA) is a regional trade organization and free trade area consisting of four European states: Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and Switzerland.[3] The organization operates in parallel with the European Union (EU), and all four member states participate in the European Single Market and are part of the Schengen Area.[4] They are not, however, party to the European Union Customs Union.
EFTA was historically one of the two dominant western European trade blocs, but is now much smaller and closely associated with its historical competitor, the European Union. It was established on 3 May 1960 to serve as an alternative trade bloc for those European states that were unable or unwilling to join the then European Economic Community (EEC), the main predecessor of the EU. The Stockholm Convention (1960), to establish the EFTA, was signed on 4 January 1960 in the Swedish capital by seven countries (known as the "outer seven": Austria, Denmark, Norway, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom).[5] A revised Convention, the Vaduz Convention, was signed on 21 June 2001 and entered into force on 1 June 2002.[6]
Since 1995, only two founding members remain, namely Norway and Switzerland. The other five, Austria, Denmark, Portugal, Sweden and the United Kingdom, joined the EU at some point in the intervening years. The initial Stockholm Convention was superseded by the Vaduz Convention, which aimed to provide a successful framework for continuing the expansion and liberalization of trade, both among the organization's member states and with the rest of the world.
Whilst the EFTA is not a customs union and member states have full rights to enter into bilateral third-country trade arrangements, it does have a coordinated trade policy.[3] As a result, its member states have jointly concluded free trade agreements with the EU and a number of other countries.[3] To participate in the EU's single market, Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway are parties to the Agreement on a European Economic Area (EEA), with compliances regulated by the EFTA Surveillance Authority and the EFTA Court. Switzerland has a set of bilateral agreements with the EU instead."
[{2020-12-11} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Free_Trade_Association]

info-resource of socEusa

name::
* McsEngl.socEusa'Infrsc,

addressWpg::
* https://europa.eu/,
* https://op.europa.eu/en/web/general-publications/eu-at-a-glance,
* https://europa.eu/youreurope/#en,
* https://europa.eu/european-union/documents-publications/reports-booklets/general-report_en,
* https://europa.eu/youreurope/index.htm#en,
* https://op.europa.eu/en/web/web-tools/euwebarchive/,

Publications-office of socEusa

description::
"The Publications Office of the European Union (Publications Office), based in Luxembourg, is an interinstitutional office whose task is to publish the publications of the institutions of the European Union (Decision 2009/496/EC, Euratom). Its core activities include production and dissemination of legal and general publications in a variety of paper and electronic formats, managing a range of websites providing EU citizens, governments and businesses with digital access to official information and data from the EU, including EUR-Lex, the EU Open Data Portal, EU Publications, TED (Tenders Electronic Daily), CORDIS and ensuring long-term preservation of content produced by EU institutions and bodies."
[{2020-12-02} https://op.europa.eu/en/web/about-us/who-we-are]

name::
* McsEngl.EuoCom'Publications-Office|OP|service-dep!⇒EuoPbo,
* McsEngl.EuoPbo,
* McsEngl.EuoPbo!=Publications-Office-of-Eu,
* McsEngl.OP!=Publications-Office|service-dep-EuoCom,
* McsEngl.Publications-Office-of-the-European-Union!⇒EuoPbo,
* McsEngl.socEusa'Infrsc'Publications-Office!⇒EuoPbo,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att032-Publications-Office!⇒EuoPbo,
* McsEngl.socEusa'Publications-Office!⇒EuoPbo,

generic-tree-of-EuoPbo::
* service-department-of-EuoCom,
* governance-organization-of-Eu,

europa.eu of socEusa

description::
Χ webaddress: https://european-union.europa.eu/index_en,

"Europa.eu is the official website of the European Union. It is a good starting point if you are looking for information and services provided by the EU but you don't know your way around our sites.
This site gives you:
* basic information on how the EU works
* the latest EU news and events
* links to EU information on the websites of EU institutions and agencies.
Who runs this site?
The site is run by the Communication department of the European Commission on behalf of the EU institutions."
[{2020-11-26} https://europa.eu/european-union/abouteuropa_en]

name::
* McsEngl.europa.eu-of-socEusa!⇒europaeu,
* McsEngl.europaeu,
* McsEngl.europaeu!=https://european-union.europa.eu/,
* McsEngl.socEusa'Infrsc'europa.eu!⇒europaeu,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att016-europa.eu!⇒europaeu,
* McsEngl.socEusa'europa.eu!⇒europaeu,

your-europe of europaeu

description::
Χ webaddress: https://europa.eu/youreurope/

"Your Europe is an EU site designed to help you do things in other European countries – avoiding unnecessary inconvenience and red tape.

This can mean moving, living, studying, working, shopping or simply travelling abroad. Or, as a company, doing business abroad.

As an EU national – or national of Iceland, Liechtenstein or Norway – you have certain rights in these areas. But they may not always be observed when a country hasn't yet fully implemented the relevant EU law."
[{2023-10-18 retrieved} https://europa.eu/youreurope/about/index_en.htm]

name::
* McsEngl.europaeu/youreurope,
* McsEngl.your-Europe//europaeu,
* McsEngl.youreurope//europaeu,
====== langoGreek:
* McsElln.ενιαία-ψηφιακή-πύλη-ΕΕ!=youreurope//europaeu,

Eu-vocabularies of socEusa

description::
"The EU Vocabularies website provides access to vocabularies managed by the EU institutions and bodies. This includes controlled vocabularies, schemas, ontologies, data models, etc.
As part of the EU open data initiative, the EU Vocabularies website offers free public access to all of its content. The assets, information and documentation in this site are meant for a wide range of interests and user profiles. The occasional user can find metadata from a large number of controlled vocabularies. Specialised users, such as indexers, can access the multilingual thesaurus EuroVoc. Frequent and tech-savvy users will surely appreciate multiple formats available for download, alignments with other controlled vocabularies, versioning information and descriptive and release-related documentation. All types of users can choose to create their profile for a personalised interaction with the website.
The EU Vocabularies website replaces the EuroVoc and the Metadata Registry (MDR) sites and is managed by the Publications Office of the EU."
[{2020-12-19} https://op.europa.eu/en/web/eu-vocabularies/about]

name::
* McsEngl.Eu-vocabularies!⇒Euvoc,
* McsEngl.Euvoc,
* McsEngl.Euvoc!=Eu-vocabulary,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att042-vocabularies!⇒Euvoc,
* McsEngl.socEusa'vocabularies!⇒Euvoc,
* McsEngl.vocabulary.Eu!⇒Euvoc,

controlled-vocabularies of Euvoc

description::
"Controlled vocabularies are meant to organise knowledge that is classifiable in nature. They can be approached from a broad perspective or a more purpose-specific context. This last option is the usual case for the controlled vocabularies found in the EU Vocabularies website. In the context of the semantic web, controlled vocabularies have a double purpose.
The first purpose involves harmonising concepts to improve technical, business, institutional and inter-institutional communication.
The second purpose has to do with knowledge management and metadata interchange, and is geared to a machine-readable environment, meant to improve dissemination/discovery, repurposing/reuse, and collection/merging of data across the open and globally connected digital environment of the semantic web.
There is a third purpose very specific to the EU institutions, which comes from the multilingual nature of the European Union itself. Translation requirements are easily met with the conceptual nature of controlled vocabularies."
[{2021-01-16} https://op.europa.eu/en/web/eu-vocabularies/controlled-vocabularies]

name::
* McsEngl.Euvoc'controlled-vocabularies,

models of Euvoc

description::
"In the homepage of the EU Vocabularies we have grouped our assets in two categories according to their purpose and/or function: ‘Controlled vocabularies’ and ‘Models’. You are currently in the ‘Models' page, which contains a list of our assets that can be considered rules or tools for different types of purposes.
This category of assets comprises models that are primal in the creation or conceptualisation of controlled vocabularies (ontologies); others used for validation of or derived from the vocabularies (schemas); also others that define how given vocabularies are to be useful for subsequent IT purposes (application profiles); and a final set of models designed to repurpose machine-readable metadata into human-readable output (presentation style sheets).
Models are published, maintained and documented just as all other assets provided in the EU Vocabularies website."
[{2021-01-16} https://op.europa.eu/en/web/eu-vocabularies/models]

name::
* McsEngl.Evuoc'models,

releases of Euvoc

description::
"The Metadata Registry registers and maintains definition data (metadata elements, named authority lists, schemas, etc.) used by the different European Institutions involved in the legal decision making process gathered in the Interinstitutional Metadata Maintenance Committee (IMMC) and by the Publications Office of the EU in its production and dissemination process.
The publications listed in this page contain the distributions (in XML, SKOS, ATTO-XML format) of the changed controlled vocabularies: authority tables, thesauri, ATTO tables and alignments. They also include comparison files allowing to find the differences between current and previous versions, and release notes listing the changes to the vocabularies included in each publication."
[{2021-01-16} https://op.europa.eu/en/web/eu-vocabularies/releases]

name::
* McsEngl.Euvoc'releases,

Open-data-portal of socEusa

description::
"The European Union Open Data Portal (EU ODP) provides access to an expanding range of data from the European Union (EU) institutions and other EU bodies. You can use and reuse these data for commercial or non-commercial purposes.
By providing easy access to data — free of charge — we aim to help you put them to innovative use and unlock their economic potential. The portal is also designed to make the EU institutions and other bodies more open and accountable."
[{2020-12-02} https://data.europa.eu/euodp/en/about]

name::
* McsEngl.EU-ODP!=Eu-Open-data-portal,
* McsEngl.Euodp,
* McsEngl.Euodp!=Open-data-portal-of-Eu,
* McsEngl.European-union-Open-data-portal!⇒Euodp,
* McsEngl.Open-data-portal-of-Eu!⇒Euodp,
* McsEngl.socEusa'Infrsc'Open-data-portal!⇒Euodp,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att031-Open-data-portal!⇒Euodp,
* McsEngl.socEusa'Open-data-portal!⇒Euodp,

document of socEusa

description::
· a-document of socEusa.

name::
* McsEngl.Eudoc,
* McsEngl.socEusa'Infrsc'document!⇒Eudoc,
* McsEngl.socEusa'att036-document!⇒Eudoc,
* McsEngl.socEusa'document!⇒Eudoc,

tool of Eudoc

description::
* https://op.europa.eu/en/web/web-tools/,

name::
* McsEngl.Eudoc'att001-tool,
* McsEngl.Eudoc'tool,

European-documentation-centre of Eudoc

description::
"A European Documentation Centre (EDC) is a body designated by the European Commission to collect and disseminate publications of the European Union for the purposes of research and education. There are 400 such centers in all member states of the EU.[1] The mandate of an EDC is to receive all official EU publications, documents, contracts and electronic databases then make them available to researchers, educators, students, and interested members of the general public. The centers are also legal depositories of Acquis communautaire (EU law).[2] Although primarily academic in nature, anyone can visit an EDC to consult official EU publications."
[{2020-12-14} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Documentation_Centre]

name::
* McsEngl.EDC!=European-documentation-centre,
* McsEngl.Eudoc'EDC!⇒EuoEdc,
* McsEngl.EuoEdc,
* McsEngl.European-documentation-centre!⇒EuoEdc,

info-resource of Eudoc

description::
* https://europa.eu/european-union/documents-publications/official-documents_en,
* https://ec.europa.eu/info/about-european-commission/service-standards-and-principles/transparency/freedom-information/access-documents/how-access-commission-documents_en,
* Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 30 May 2001 regarding public access to European Parliament, Council and Commission documents, https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/ALL/?uri=CELEX:32001R1049,

name::
* McsEngl.Eudoc'Infrsc,

Eudoc.SPECIFIC

description::
* Commission-Eudoc,
* Council-Eudoc,
* Parliament-Eudoc,
===
* law-Eudoc,
* official-Eudoc,

name::
* McsEngl.Eudoc.specific,

Europeana of socEusa'Infrsc

description::
"Europeana is a web portal created by the European Union containing digitalised museum collections of more than 3,000 institutions across Europe. It includes records of over 10 million cultural and scientific artefacts, brought together on a single platform and presented in a variety of ways relevant to modern users. The prototype for Europeana was the European Digital Library Network (EDLnet), launched in 2008.
The Europeana Foundation is the governing body of the service, and is incorporated under Dutch law as Stichting Europeana."
[{2020-12-19} https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Europeana]

name::
* McsEngl.Europeana,
* McsEngl.socEusa'Infrsc'Europeana,

Europe-direct-contanct-centre of socEusa'Infrsc

description::
"The Europe Direct Contact Centre is run by the European Commission. We answer any question from the public about the European Union, via phone or email. Our staff includes native speakers of all the EU's 24 official languages."
[{2020-12-19} https://europa.eu/european-union/contact/europe-direct-answering-your-questions-about-eu_en]

name::
* McsEngl.Euozn.Europe-direct-contanct-centre,
* McsEngl.Europe-direct-contanct-centre,

descriptionLong::
"Europe Direct - answering your questions about the EU
How do I get a job in another European country? My flight has been cancelled – what are my rights? What EU grants can my organisation apply for? Is it safe to shop online in another EU country? Are there any EU rules that guarantee the quality of our food?
These are some typical questions people have about the EU. We can answer them.
What we do
The Europe Direct Contact Centre is run by the European Commission. We answer any question from the public about the European Union, via phone or email. Our staff includes native speakers of all the EU's 24 official languages.
We can
* give you an immediate answer to general questions about the EU
* help you navigate on the webpages published by the EU institutions
* find more specialised information. If needed, we ask an expert in the European Commission on your behalf
* give you the contact details for the best sources of further information and advice
* give you information that is factually correct and updated, according to the standards of public civil service. However, our answers are never legally binding.
What we can't do
Unfortunately, Europe Direct is not able to do any of the following:
* register or forward complaints/problems (but we can tell you who to contact)
* comment on EU policies
* give legal advice or interpret EU laws for you
* deal with any matters that are not in the remit of the EU
* help make your political opinions about EU matters known. However, you can comment on specific EU proposals at this website or you can follow us and comment on social media. You can also influence EU policy via the public political debate with your elected representatives at national and European level.
How to use Europe Direct
Our services do not cost you anything. You can call us from anywhere in the EU, for free at 00 800 6 7 8 9 10 11. In a very few cases some tele operators do not allow access or charge for this. That is why you can also reach us via alternative numbers in each country.
You can write or call us from anywhere in the world. If calling from outside the EU, you pay the standard network rate. You can also make internet phone calls.
Outside our opening hours – working days 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Central European Time – you can leave a message, or ask us to phone back using this form.
For written enquiries, we normally answer within 3 days. More complex enquiries may take longer. On the average we answer phone calls within 15 seconds."
[{2020-12-19} https://europa.eu/european-union/contact/europe-direct-answering-your-questions-about-eu_en]

evoluting of socEusa'Infrsc

name::
* McsEngl.socEusa'Infrsc'evoluting,

description::
·

structure of socEusa

name::
* McsEngl.socEusa'structure,

description::
*

DOING of socEusa

name::
* McsEngl.socEusa'doing,

description::
*

evoluting of socEusa

name::
* McsEngl.Euevg,
* McsEngl.socEusa'evoluting!⇒Euevg,

{2020-11-22}::
=== McsHitp-creation:
· creation of current concept.

addressWpg::
* https://futureu.europa.eu/,
* https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_European_Union_history,

decade-2030-{2021..2030} of socEusa

description::
·
* McsEngl.{socEusa'i10.2030},

name::
* McsEngl.Euevg'i10.2030,

decade-2020-{2011..2020} of socEusa

descriptionLong::
· {2020-12-07}: Berlin-Declaration on Digital Society and Value-Based Digital Government.
· {2020-01-31}: Eusmbr-27-Uk-leaves-Eu.
· {2013}: Eusmbr-28-Croatia-joined.
* McsEngl.{socEusa'i10.2020}-Uk-leaves,

name::
* McsEngl.Euevg'i10.2020,

decade-2010-{2001..2010} of socEusa

description::
· {2010-05}: Greek-bailOut.
· {2009-12-01}: Treaty-of-Lisbon into force.
· {2008}: economic crisis.
· {2007}: Eusmbr-27-Bulgaria-Romania-joined,
· {2004}: Eusmbr-25 = 15 + 10 Republic of Cyprus, Czech Republic, Republic of Estonia, Republic of Hungary, Republic of Latvia, Republic of Lithuania, Republic of Malta, Republic of Poland, Slovak Republic, Republic of Slovenia joined Eu.
· {2002-01-01}: Euro-introduction.
* McsEngl.{socEusa'i10.2010}-Euro-introduction--economic-crisis,

name::
* McsEngl.Euevg'i10.2010,

decade-2000-{1991..2000} of socEusa

description::
· {1993-11-01}: with Maastricht-treaty from EC to EU.
* McsEngl.{socEusa'i10.2000}-EU-creation,

name::
* McsEngl.Euevg'i10.2000,

decade-1990-{1981..1990} of socEusa

description::
· {1985}: Eusmbr-12=10+ Spain-Portugal-joined,
· {1981}: Eusmbr-10=9+1 Greece-joined.
* McsEngl.{socEusa'i10.1990},

name::
* McsEngl.Euevg'i10.1990,

decade-1980-{1971..1980} of socEusa

decade-1980-{1971..1980}::
· {1979} Eu-parliament: first elected.
· {1973} members 9 = 6 + 3 Denmark, Ireland, UK joined.
* McsEngl.{socEusa'i10.1980},

name::
* McsEngl.Euevg'i10.1980,

decade-1970-{1961..1970} of socEusa

description::
·
* McsEngl.{socEusa'i10.1970},

name::
* McsEngl.Euevg'i10.1970,

decade-1960-{1951..1960} of socEusa

decade-1960-{1951..1960}::
· {1958} entered into force as 'Treaty-establishing-the-European-Economic-Community',
· {1952-07-23} 6 states Belgium, France, West-Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, The-Netherlands founded the-European-Coal-and-Steel-Community after signing in {1951-04-18} the-ECSC-treaty which entered into force in {1952-07-23} with the-purpose to create interdependence in coal and steel so that one country could no longer mobilise its armed forces without others knowing which eased distrust and tensions after WWII.
* McsEngl.{socEusa'i10.1960}-EC-creation,

name::
* McsEngl.Euevg'i10.1960,

WHOLE-PART-TREE of socEusa

name::
* McsEngl.socEusa'whole-part-tree,

whole-tree-of-socEusa::
*
* ... Sympan.

part-tree-of-socEusa::
*

GENERIC-SPECIFIC-TREE of socEusa

name::
* McsEngl.socEusa'generic-specific-tree,

generic-tree-of-socEusa::
* ,
* ... entity.

specific-tree-of-socEusa::
* ,

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