By 2017, EUR 32.7 billion was transferred from a country in the EU overseas, compared to 31.8 billion in 2016, reports Eurostat Eurostat, the European Statistical Office. Inflation to the EU amounted to EUR 10.7 billion, compared with EUR 10.6 billion in 2016. The outflow of personal transfers in 2017 was the highest in France (EUR 10.6 billion). euro), followed by Spain (7.3 billion), the United Kingdom (6.8 billion) and Italy (6.1 billion euros). In Belgium came 1,115 billion euros, of which 952 million were outside the EU. Inbound flows were 153 million for Belgium. The majority of outflows outside the EU go to Asia (20% of EU outflows), followed by North Africa (19%), South America and Central and South Africa (14%). % each) and European countries outside the EU (13%). By contrast, the largest inflows were in Portugal (3.6 billion), followed by Poland (2.8 billion), Romania (2.8 billion) and the United Kingdom (2.3 billion). (Belga)
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