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EU citizens overestimate immigrant numbers, survey shows

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The survey, published on Wednesday (29 October) was conducted in nine EU countries (Belgium, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Spain, Sweden, and United Kingdom), Australia, Canada, Japan, South Korea, and the United States of America. The result shows the respondents believed that there were far more immigrants in their country than is actually the case. While 10.8 percent of the population in the surveyed countries was born abroad, the respondents reckoned it was 24 percent. Italians think 30 percent of their population are immig... Lees Meer »

OECD: Kleine bedrijven blijven geconfronteerd met financiële beperkingen, ondanks het economisch herstel

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Financing SMEs and Entrepreneurs 2014: An OECD Scoreboard says that SMEs continued to face the dual challenge of an uneven recovery and bank deleveraging through 2012. Subdued growth and demand overall translated into declining profits for SMEs and reduced availability of internal funding in most countries. At the same time, the financial sector continued the deleveraging process started in the aftermath of the global financial crisis. In countries hit by the sovereign debt crisis, deficiencies in capital adequacy squeezed credit availability f... Lees Meer »

Toetreding tot EU: de weg ernaartoe en de voordelen

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The road to EU membership Before joining the EU, Croatia had to align many of its rules and administrative procedures to those of the EU. For example, it has completely reformed its justice system and changed its constitution to guarantee public prosecutors’ independence. The government also set up a body to fight corruption. Other reforms included setting limits for greenhouse gas emissions and adapting standards on food safety. What’s in it for Croatians? Croatians now enjoy all the benefits of EU citizenship. If they get ill in ano... Lees Meer »

Waarschijnlijk stroom vluchtelingen voor Kroatië, asielsysteem echter niet op orde

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“Zagreb should see the accession as an incentive to further improve rights protection, rather than a signal to slow down,” said Hugh Williamson, HRW Europe and Central Asia director on Friday (28 June). The Brussels-based Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) drew similar conclusions in a study out this week.The group found Croatian centres are under an additional strain because of a dysfunctional asylum system in Macedonia. “What happens in one country in the Balkans has consequences for the region,” said JRS Europe senior policy chief Stefan Kessle... Lees Meer »

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