Its main conclusion is that since the last trough in 2013Q1, the euro area has been recovering at a slow but steady pace.This post-recession recovery is commensurate with that of the US recovery, considering it began later, after the double-dip European recession that followed the global financial crisis. Since then there have been five complete cyclical episodes (recession followed by expansion).Hear from independent photographer Julia Rendleman as she shares her inspiration behind this project.While the wider potato industry might be much less exposed to some of the post-Brexit trade risks which could be disastrous for other sectors of agriculture, the industry still faces many challenges in the coming years.publishes important public notices that may affect the lives of Central Virginians.We fight for the public's right to know about government actions and information.Over the years, has published several data projects using public information. - Our annual database of state employee salaries was recently updated with 2015-16 data.
With a record number of entries forward and a full house of spectators, the weekend’s national show of Blackface sheep at Stirling mart was judged a huge success by organisers and participants alike.
Findings Methodology Data sources FAQs The CEPR Euro Area Business Cycle Dating Committee, which is composed of nine CEPR researchers, establishes the chronology of recessions and expansions of the eleven-original euro-area member countries plus Greece for 1970-1998, and of the entire euro area from 1999 onwards.
The Committee released its new findings in August 2017.
Well, the last of this year’s crop trial open days might be behind arable farmers for now but the very real crop trials – the ones which take place in every field around the country – are only just beginning.
Early last June in the run up to the referendum on whether the UK should leave the European Union, an emotional Michael Gove MP, a key Brexiteer, appeared close to tears as he told a live television audience how he had witnessed first-hand how the Brussels’ bureaucrats had wrecked his adopted father’s Aberdeen-based fish business.