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European performance in the Triad 1
GDP at 1995 market prices per capita (left scale in 1995 PPS, right scale EU/US ratio) SOURCE: European Competitiveness Report 2002 2
GDP per capita, PPP (US=100) 3 SOURCE: World Bank
Average annual percentage growth in population (1990-2001) EU150.3 % US1.2 % Japan0.3 % 4 SOURCE: World Bank
SOURCE: IMF 5
Proiezione al 2020 del PIL dellUE e degli USA, supponendo una crescita annua dell1.5% nellUE e del 2.5% negli USA 2001 2020 GDP per capita EU15/US70% 58% GDP EU15/US89% 74% 6 SOURCE: World Bank
SOURCE: OECD 7
* Missing values for Ireland, in 1991 missing value for Greece SOURCE: OECD 10
* Missing values for Ireland, in 1991 missing value for Greece SOURCE: OECD 11
* Missing values for Ireland, in 1991 missing value for Greece SOURCE: OECD 12
* Missing values for Ireland SOURCE : OECD Employment in agricolture, hunting, forestry and fishing (% of total employment) 13
Employment in industry (% of total employment) * Missing values for Ireland SOURCE: OECD 14
Employment in services (% of total employment) * Missing values for Ireland SOURCE: OECD 15
16 Real effective exchange rate: ulc relative to rest of 22 industrialized countries (US $, percentage change) SOURCE: Economic forecasts, European Commission, Autumn 2002
Labour productivity in the EU vis-à-vis the US SOURCE: European Competitiveness Report 2001 17
Average years of education of the working population, 1971-99 (US=100) SOURCE: European Competitiveness Report 2002 19
20 Average years of education in 1999 (labour force) SOURCE: European Competitiveness Report 2002
21 SOURCE: World Bank
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