Foreign Trade of the European Union

EENI- School of International Business

Sub-subject: International Trade of the European Union. Syllabus:

  1. Introduction to the European Union's Trade Policy.
  2. The Europe 2020 strategy.
  3. The industrial products and services.
  4. International Trade of the European Union (EU)
  5. Foreign direct investment (FDI).
  6. The European Union and globalisation
  7. Regional Integration of developing countries and the European Union
  8. EU's Bilateral Trade Agreements
  9. European Union's Free Trade Agreements (FTA)
Sub-subject “International Trade of the European Union (EU)” is studied…
  1. Masters (e-learning): International Business, Europe

Languages of study: En or Es UE Fr UE

Sample of the Sub-subject: Foreign trade of the European Union:
Foreign trade European Union

Sub-Subject Description: International Trade of the European Union:

The twenty-eight nations of the European Union representing the 19% of the world trade.

All the countries of the European Union negotiate as one, through the European Commission. The European Union negotiates foreign trade relations with external nations through the international trade policy of the European Union.

The European Union trade policy covers

  1. Trade in Services
  2. Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)
  3. Foreign direct investment
- Multilateral Trade Agreements (Doha Development Round)

- Trade Agreements (Korea, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, India, Canada, Central America, the Andean Community, Ukraine, EUROMED, the Southern Common Market, the Gulf States, Libya, China, Chile, Mexico, and Turkey), covering near 35% of international trade.

- Deepen trade relations with strategic partners: the United States, China, Russia, Japan, India, and Brazil

- Unilateral dimension - Generalised System of Preferences: Everything But Arms and GSP+.

International Trade of the European Union
  1. The services sector: 75% of the GDP of the European Union (EU)
  2. The European Union Automotive Industry is a leader in the global automotive market
  3. The European Union is the largest chemical producer in the World.
  4. The European Union is the second global manufacturing location for pharmaceuticals.
  5. The European Union is a major importer of computer and consumer electronics.
  6. The European Union is the second biggest manufacturer of crude steel.

EU-Mexico FTA

Indian Ocean Commission (IOC)


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