EENI - Business School.
Sub-subject: the European Union-Western Balkans Trade Relations. Syllabus:
- Introduction to the Western Balkans region.
- The European Union Trade policy for the Balkans
- Stability Pact for South-Eastern Europe
- The European Union-Western Balkans foreign trade relations.
Sample of the sub-subject: the European Union (EU)-Western Balkans
International Trade Relations
Sub-Subject Description - The European Union (EU) - Western Balkans:
- The European Union relations with the Balkans states (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia (*), Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, and
Kosovo) are governed by the
Stabilization and Association process.
- (*) Croatia is a member of the EU since 2013.
- All the Western Balkan countries have been offered Stabilization and Association Agreements and have a clear European Union perspective.
- The strategy of the European Union includes massive financial assistance, making it by far the biggest
donor to the region.
- The European Union will continue providing technical and
financial assistance to
the Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA).
Foreign Trade European Union-Balkans (in Euros):
International Trade plays
a major role in the efforts
of the European Union to promote peace, stability, freedom,
and economic welfare in the Western Balkans.
- The European Union exported products to the Balkans: 25.5 billion
- The European Union imported goods from the Balkans: 11,2 billion
- EU's Foreign direct
investment in the Balkans: 3,8 billion