. In the Netherlands, we're number one; in France, we're number three; market share is over 25% in certain countries in Europe, of course, much less in the more fragmented markets. But clearly, market share and market
In France revenue fell by -6% on an organic basis, from €797 million in Q3 2012 to €762.1 million in Q3 2013. The decline in revenue was evident across all business segments, with the exception of food
.9 million, in constant currency.
The Netherlands replaced France as the company’s second largest business region during the fourth quarter, reporting revenue of €712.8 million, unchanged on an organic
.7%), and the highest in the United Kingdom (45.9%), Denmark (43.1%) and France (38.8%).
*EU27 includes Belgium (BE), Bulgaria (BG), the Czech Republic (CZ), Denmark (DK), Germany (DE), Estonia (EE), Ireland (IE
Expat Economics, the first report from the 2010 study, found that the UK, Belgium, Spain, France, Germany and The Netherlands were the worst performing locations when it came to overall wealth, with lower
the periphery. France saw growth accelerate sharply to the fastest since September 2000 (led by the service sector), overtaking Germany, where growth remained among the strongest seen in the 13-year history
in the country.
France: France gained further upward momentum in April, as the country's year-over-year gains increased to +26%. Banking, finance and insurance recruitment reached a four year high while
by the European Commission (EC).
Among the largest member states, Italy (-5.1 points), France (-3.5) and the UK (-3.4) reported the biggest decreases in sentiment, followed by Germany (-2.1), Spain (-1