Brussels — The gap between female and male employment costs the EU €360bn a year, or about 2% of its total economy, a new study said on Monday.

Italy, Malta and Greece had the worst readings, with about a 20% gap in 2018, when the data was analysed, while Lithuania, Sweden and Finland were the best, all below 5%...

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