5:02 – The European Commission is set to unveil a report into the continent’s economic growth and wealth this week, as it looks to address concerns about the continents wealth gap with the continent.
The European Central Bank (ECB) will publish the report on Wednesday.
It will be the first major report on the continent since the EUs economic downturn of 2008-09, which led to the continent to have one of the highest levels of inequality among all the developed nations in the world.
The report will examine economic trends over the past decade and examine what the impact of the continentans debt crisis has been.
The commission’s chief economist, Stefano Trattavoli, said the report would offer a “tremendous amount of information”.
“We will use this to help the governments to understand how they can help and support the continent, and also how they are able to tackle the problems of inequality and poverty,” Mr Trattavelli said.
The continent’s unemployment rate has been increasing for years, and a report from the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) last year suggested that the continent was heading towards a crisis of economic inequality.
The OECD’s report said the continent has a large gap between the rich and the poor, which is linked to the fact that the poor have to pay more taxes to the rich.
In 2015, the IMF estimated that the gap between rich and poor in Europe was estimated to be around 6 per cent of gross domestic product.
The latest report also showed that the number of people living below the poverty line was at its highest level since 2007.
It also showed a number of other indicators that suggest that the current economic situation is unsustainable, such as the number and level of people leaving the workforce and the number living in poverty.
But some people in the continent are concerned that the report is a whitewash.
They say the report could be politically motivated and could be an attempt to further exploit the crisis.
“It could be a cover-up for the EU and the Commission to push the economy on,” said Mr Trontavoli.
The Commission’s report will be based on data from the countrys Economic and Social Committee and will focus on the economic performance of countries in terms of Gross Domestic Product (GDP), employment and inflation. “
We need to look at how we can create more jobs, improve our education system and ensure the environment is sustainable,” he added.
The Commission’s report will be based on data from the countrys Economic and Social Committee and will focus on the economic performance of countries in terms of Gross Domestic Product (GDP), employment and inflation.
It was set up in 2004 by the EU to study the economic impacts of policies, including free movement of people, the eurozone and the euro, that were implemented during the economic downturn.
The EU has set aside €4.8 billion to create jobs for people who are unemployed in Europe.
It is the first time the Commission has been asked to make such a report, and it is likely to be criticised for the lack of information on the economy.
“I think we will be criticised because this is the most comprehensive analysis of economic performance in Europe,” said Jean-Jacques Urrutia, professor at the International Institute of Economics in Brussels.
“What the report shows is that the country that is at the top of the economic ladder has the highest level of inequality. “
There are lots of other areas where there is more data that could be looked at,” Professor Urrustia added.
The report is due to be released this week. “
In terms of inequality in terms, the most unequal countries are those that are in the eurozone, the poorest are in sub-Saharan Africa, and countries like Greece, Spain and Italy have very high levels of income inequality.”
The report is due to be released this week.
But there is a significant difference between what the Commission will be doing and what the European Commission has done.
“If you look at the current situation, the Commission was not looking at the whole economy.
This report will give us a better understanding of the impact that the economic crisis has had,” said Professor Urgustia.
“So I think that is important, but also the Commission’s approach has been very different.” “
The Commission will publish a summary of the report later this week and will be expected to publish its own report. “
So I think that is important, but also the Commission’s approach has been very different.”
The Commission will publish a summary of the report later this week and will be expected to publish its own report.
The ECB has set a target of raising GDP by 5 per cent annually by 2021.
But Professor Urmustia said that would only happen if the European economy is able to sustain its current growth trajectory.
“A lot of the data that is being released is not showing that it’s sustainable,” Professor Ulrike Ke