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  • Future Of The Eu
    949 words
    The European Union was created in 1958 providing inter regional trade barriers, a common external tariff against other countries, a Common Agricultural Policy and guarantees of free movement of labor and capital. The EU is formerly called the European Community, and became known as the EU in January of 1994. The EU currently consist of 15 countries (Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, UK) that all have ado...
  • Eu's Association And Trade Agreement With Egypt
    3,142 words
    A new round of EU - Egyptian association agreement negotiations started in Cairo with the objective of ratifying an agreement between the two sides. During their two-day deliberations the two sides will discuss three main issues, covering 'renovation of industry, the exports, rules of origin (the original source of the production) and agriculture. ' A comprehensive report will be submitted on the results of the meetings which will conclude today to the political leadership in Egypt and the Europ...
  • Every Country In The Eu
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    A divided union Europe was a powerful continent, with ended with the second world war. Then Europe was in ruins, but even so, it was the beginning of a new golden age. Jean Monnet an Robert Schuman were convinced that the war started because Europe was not united. Therefore they founded the Europian Union (EU). They wanted to build an union that would banish conflicts for good. In 1951 it started with agreements between six countries, moving on tho the creation of a common market in 1957. In 195...
  • Fdi In Some Countries
    347 words
    Corruption. I think corruption as an evil disease of modern society, its reach is beyond imagination, as many readings about it tend to say. I personally have experienced it in my own country, and to me it is unfortunately what moves a good percentage of a bad economic life in many countries. Why exists? I think is the result of a bad distribution of wealth and obviously has to be with human nature, but this is a simple way to answer, the problem is here now and is a big one to the world in gene...
  • Freedom Of Movement The Eu Member States
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    Before we talk about are workers unfairly treated under EU? We should have the definition of workers. And what kind of right do they have? What are factors affect them? Freedom of movement Freedom of movement of workers is one of the four basic freedoms of the European Union. Since 1st January 1994 these freedoms have applied not only in the EU itself but also throughout the European Economic Area and it is understood that, as from April 1999, freedom of movement has also been agreed by the EC w...
  • Enlargement In The Eu
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    The European Union (EU) is at present facing one of the most challenging and significant opportunities in it's history, the issue of Central and Eastern enlargement. The implications of this unique expansion are very wide ranging, effecting the political, economic and social conditions of every state member and applicant of the EU. This enlargement has caused a lot a discussion among member states of the EU due to large amount applicant countries wanting to share the assumed benefits of EU membe...
  • Plans Of War Without The Un
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    The Relationship Between Europe / EU and US ^aEUR" Iraqi war The relationship between the US and the EU is tense in regards to the war in Iraq... Also the fact that Europe was very divided in its opinions and involvement in the war against Iraq makes it harder to come to an agreement with the US, because EU itself does not agree. The Americans see the European opposition against war as a typical European indecision and cowardice... Europe wanted to be certain in the decisive question of war... T...
  • Poland's Accession To The Eu
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    Poland is one of five countries from the former Eastern European Communist Block that is preparing for accession to the EU. Although the integration process requires a lot of compromises and many western policies and practices will have to be adopted, most Polish citizens are prepared to go through those changes. The majority of Poles are looking forward to the accession, which is frequently seen as quite a symbolic cut-off from Poland's communist past. The accession means serious changes of lif...

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