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EU-China Agreement

Syllabus of the Subject: Cooperation Agreement between the European Union and China, Hong Kong and Macau

  1. European Union-China Trade Relations
  2. European Union-China Agreement on Foreign Trade and Cooperation
  3. European Union-China 2020 Strategic Agenda for Cooperation
  4. European Union relations with Hong Kong and Macau

Sample: European Union (EU)-China Cooperation Agreement (FTA)
European Union-China Free Trade Agreement

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The Subject “European Union (EU)-China Cooperation Agreement” belongs to the following Online Higher Educational Programs taught by EENI Global Business School:
  1. Masters: Business in Europe, International Business, Foreign Trade, Asia
  2. Doctorates: Asian Business, European Business, World Trade
  3. Courses: EU International Relations, China
Online Asian Student (Master, Doctorate) Foreign Trade, Business

Chine, Master, International Business, Foreign Trade Master for the Chinese Students

Masters and Doctorates in International Business adapted to the Students from the European Union, Master, International Business, Foreign Trade European Union

Learning materials in Courses, Masters, Doctorates in International Business in English or Study eLearning Master of Science in Spanish Unión Europea-China Study, Master in International Business in French Union européenne-Chine Masters Foreign Trade in Portuguese União Europeia-China

Description: European Union (EU)-China Cooperation Agreement

The relationships of the European Union with China, established in 1975, are governed by the European Union-China Trade and Cooperation Agreement and seven other agreements.

  1. China is an strategic partner for the European Union
  2. The European Union is the largest trade partner of the People's Republic of China
  3. China is the largest source of imports and the second-largest trading partner of the European Union (EU)
  4. China is the second trading partner of the European Union behind the United States and the largest source of imports of the European Union (EU)
  5. The European Union is also the largest trading partner of China

The People's Republic of China is the fastest growing export market of the European Union (EU).

Foreign trade in products (Euros)

  1. The European Union exported products to the People's Republic of China: 113.1 billion
  2. The European Union imported goods from China: 281.9 billion

International Trade in services (Euros)

  1. The European Union service exports to China: 18 billion
  2. The European Union service imports from China: 13 billion

The European Union was the second-largest trading partner of Hong Kong, the third largest international market, and the third largest supplier. Hong Kong was the 17th largest trading partner of the European Union (EU).

Member Countries of the European Union: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden.

United Kingdom (non-EU member, BREXIT).

Chinese Free Trade Agreements (FTA): ASEAN, Singapore, Pakistan, New Zealand, Peru, Costa Rica, Chile, APEC, Shanghai Cooperation Organisation, Asia-Pacific Trade Agreement, Andean Community...

European Union Trade Agreements: Generalised System of Preferences, EU-Africa Strategic Partnership, Agadir Agreement, Algeria, Ivory Coast, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, South Africa, Gulf Cooperation Council, Jordan, Lebanon, ASEAN, Georgia, Moldova, Russia, Turkey, Ukraine, Central America, CARIFORUM, Chile, MERCOSUR, Mexico, Andean Countries, United States, Canada, India, South Korea...

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