, the indicator stands well above its long term average.
A majority of member states reported either an improvement or a stabilisation in sentiment. Among the seven largest member states, the Netherlands (+2
.3% in 2010, compared with 36.9% in 2000.
In 2010, the employment rate for persons aged 20 to 64 was highest in Sweden (78.7%), the Netherlands (76.8%), Denmark (76.1%), Cyprus (75.4%), Germany and Austria
, performances across Europe improved. Revenue fell by -4% in France, -6% in the Nordic region, and -1% in the UK. But revenues rose by +3% in Germany, +2% in the Netherlands, and +3% in Italy, the first growth