EU-China Agreement

EENI- School of International Business

Sub-subject: Cooperation Agreement between the European Union and China, Hong Kong and Macau. Syllabus:

  1. The European Union-China trade relations
  2. The European Union (EU)-China Cooperation Agreement
  3. The European Union relations with Hong Kong and Macau
Sub-subject “The European Union (EU)-China Cooperation Agreement” is studied…
  1. Masters of business: International Business (MIB), Europe, Pacific, and Asia
  2. Professional Doctorate in Business in Asia (e-learning)
Master for Chinese students

Languages of study: En or Es China UE Fr China Pt China

Sample of the Sub-subject: The European Union (EU)-China Cooperation Agreement
European Union-China

Sub-Subject Description: The European Union (EU)-China Cooperation Agreement:

The European Union's relations with the People's Republic of China (established in 1975) are governed by the European Union-China Trade and Cooperation Agreement and seven other agreements.

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

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

The European Union exported EUR 81.7 billion value of products to China.

Foreign trade in products (Euros)
- The European Union exported products to the People's Republic of China: 113.1 billion (+38% in 2009)
- The European Union imported goods from China: 281.9 billion (+31% in 2009)

International Trade in services (Euros)
- The European Union services exports to China: 18 billion
- The European Union services imports from China: 13 billion

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

Bilateral trade registered an average annual growth rate of 6% annually between 2004 and 2009.



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