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Sources and Destinations for European Small and Medium-sized Enterprises Imports and Exports

This chart highlights that the overwhelming majority of European SMEs rely heavily on the European Single Market, with SMEs receiving 81% of their imports from and sending 81% of their exports to other EU Member States.
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The Detriment Suffered by European Union Consumers and Society per Year Due to Product-Related Injuries (2017)

The chart presents the estimated prejudice caused by all product-related injuries to consumers in the European Union in 2017, based on the results of the impact assessment study realised for the evaluation of the General Product Safety Directive and its potential revision for the European Commission. The results show an estimate of 76.6 billion euro per year in financial prejudice to EU consumers and society due to product-related injuries. Out of the total amount, 48% of this prejudice is related to non-fatal injuries. These estimates exclude losses caused by work and transportation accidents.
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The Estimated Share of Unsafe Products on the Market (2020)

The chart presents the estimates of the share of unsafe products on the market according to different stakeholders' groups in the European Union, based on the results of the impact assessment study realised for the evaluation of the General Product Safety Directive and its potential revision for the European Commission. The results were obtain from a survey conducted by Civic Consulting on 153 stakeholders (27 of consumer organisations and other general stakeholders, 48 of authorities, 37 of business associations and 41 of companies), who answer the question "In your view, what is the best estimate of the share of unsafe products on the market in your area of activity (i.e. the estimated number of unsafe products per 100 products sold on the market)?" The average values are calculated based on 100 (brick-and-mortar)/105 (online) stakeholders that had expressed an opinion (out of all respondents 53/48 indicated "Don’t know" or provided no answer).
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The Evolution of the Number of E-commerce Jobs (2008-2018)

The chart presents the evolution of the e-commerce jobs since 2008, in eigth European countries. Data refers to the number of employees in the trade sector G4791: Retail sale via mail order houses or via Internet for the period 2008 - 2018.
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The Evolution of the Number of Retail Jobs (2008-2018)

The chart presents the evolution of the e-commerce jobs since 2008, in eigth European countries. Data refers to the number of employees in the trade sector G47: Retail trade, except of motor vehicles and motorcycles, excluding the subsector G478: Retail sale via stalls and markets.
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The Impact of CO2e (in grams) for Physical Retail and E-commerce for Books

The chart presents the impact of CO2 equivalent (in grams) between e-commerce and in-store shopping for books retail, in eigth European countries. Data are based on the results of the economic and environmental impact study "Is E-commerce Good for Europe?" led Oliver Wyman in 2020. The results show that, on average, the CO2e impact of in-store shopping is 3.7 times higher than the online option.
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The Impact of CO2e (in grams) for Physical Retail and E-commerce for Consumer Electronics

The chart presents the impact of CO2 equivalent (in grams) between e-commerce and in-store shopping for consumer electronics retail, in eigth European countries. Data are based on the results of the economic and environmental impact study "Is E-commerce Good for Europe?" led Oliver Wyman in 2020. The results show that, on average at national level, the CO2e impact of in-store shopping is 3.5 times higher than the online option.
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The Impact of CO2e (in grams) for Physical Retail and E-commerce for Fashion Retail

The chart presents the impact of CO2 equivalent (in grams) between e-commerce and in-store shopping for fashion retail, in eigth European countries. Data are based on the results of the economic and environmental impact study "Is E-commerce Good for Europe?" led Oliver Wyman in 2020. The results show that, on average, the CO2e impact of in-store shopping is five times higher than the online option.
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The Legal Environment's Negative Impact on Investing (2014)

In the survey, investors were asked which of four factors had the most negative impact on their investing behavior: the legal environment, the economy, the competitive environment, or the expected return on their investment. The results show that in all eight countries, investors view the legal environment as having the most negative impact, with an average of 89% of investors surveyed saying it had a modest or strongly negative impact, 93% of United States investors feeling this way, and an average of 89% of the European Union investors concurring. European Union refers to EU28. The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020.
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The Negative Impact on Investors of Regulatory Ambiguity (2014)

The chart shows that a high majority of respondents in every surveyed country consider that an ambiguous regulatory framework makes them uncomfortable investing in digital content intermediaries that offer user-uploaded music or video.