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    Industry Overview: This is an informative publication that provides a global perspective of the importance of industry in Spain, its main characteristics and its evolution over time. The objective of the publication is to introduce aspects such as the structureo f industry, its main economic rates, the most representative sectors, the weight in the different Autonomous Communities or the position of Spain in the European Union.  01 May 2010

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    Sustainable development 2008: This publication describes the system of indicators of the EU SDS, for better comprehension of the theoretical framework in which they are defined. Likewise, the latest results are presented, emphasising the data corresponding to Spain, for the purpose of highlighting the relative role of our country within the whole of the Member States as regards the objectives of the EU SDS.  01 May 2009

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    Statistics in world Philately in the 20th century: Publication emissions stamps issued around the world during the 20th century, on the surface of it related to Statistics. Its aim is to illustrate how Statistics have been promoted via stamps in different countries over the last century. 01 September 2009

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    Spain in the twenty-seven state EU: It is an informative publication comprising a series of graphs, maps and commentaries regarding such varied subjects as population, economy, employment, society, and energy and the environment, offering a perspective of the situation of our country within the framework of the European Union. It is also published in English.  01 June 2008

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    Annual services survey 2004: The work offers by means of tables and graphs a quantitative view of our country's actual situation in sectors as varied as:trade, tourism, transport, information and communications technologies, real estate and rental agencies, services provided to companies, and recreational, cultural, sports and personal services. 01 January 2007

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    Health and Sexual Habits Survey 2003. General Report: This study is of great interest due to its contribution to the design of policies for the prevention of the extension of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), which causes AIDS, and it offers a complete overview of the results obtained in the HSHS. 01 February 2007

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    Spain in the twenty five state EU: Publication, published in Spanish and English, which analyses, by means of 25 indicators, the situation in Spainin relation to the other EU member states. The publication is rich in graphs along with observations to aid with making sense of the data. 01 December 2004

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    Spain at the start of the 21st century: Population and Housing Censuses 2001: This informative publication covers some of the statistical data obtained from the latest census. Its objective is to provide an idea of the potential usefulness of census data. 01 April 2004

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    Demographic trends during the 20th century in Spain: Publication, compiled by several specialists, which examines the main features characterising the population in Spain, and of the three demographic components that determine it: mortality, fertility and migration. A chapter is also dedicated to studying marriage.  01 February 2004

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    Foreign nationals residing in Spain 1998-2002: This publication offers a view of the evolution of this group, based on the data from the Statistical Use of the Municipal Register, examining the main results from the years 1998 to 2002, and accompanying the commentaries on tables, graphs and maps. 01 March 2004

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    Spanish society 25 years after the Constitution: A statistical review of the changes which occurred during the constitutional period in Spanish society. This is structured into eight sections: population, education and culture, health, work and gender equality, participation and justice, natural resources and the environment, economic progress and income, and quality of life.  01 December 2003