Cyprus - New data for 2016 - January 01, 2017

The statistical service published Cyprus in figures 2016, an online pocket book containing the most recent set of data on the main social and economic indicators. The data reveal that the population is aging and the labour force is shrinking. In the last four years, the risk of poverty and social exclusion increased to 28.9% of the population (coming from 27.1% in 2012). After years of negative wage growth, the 2015 figures show an increase of earnings in real terms of 1.6%.

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