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israel 23 November 2009, 04:27 CET

middle-east 23 November 2009, 04:27 CET

libya 23 November 2009, 04:27 CET

China 23 November 2009, 00:08 CET
China and the EU, two of the biggest markets in the world, have everything to gain by deepening their commercial ties. Since 1978, EU-China trade has increased more than 60-fold and reached around EUR 210 billion in 2005 (Eurostat).

Africa 23 November 2009, 00:08 CET
EU relations with Africa

USA 21 September 2006, 15:08 CET
The EU and the US are each other's main trading partners and account for the largest bilateral trade relationship in the world. They are also the largest players in global trade.

Japan 26 August 2006, 10:05 CET
Over the past four decades, Europe and Japan have emerged together as leading world economic powers, reaching together around 40% of world gross domestic product (GDP) in 2005. Japan's GDP was EUR 3,674 billion in 2005, which represents around 12% of the world total.

Asia 26 August 2006, 10:56 CET
Asia is a crucial partner for the EU, whether economically, politically or culturally. The wider Asian and Asia-Pacific region (including South Asia, South-East Asia, North-East Asia and Australasia) accounts for 56% of the world’s population, 25% of world GNP, and 22% of the world’s international trade. The region has been the cradle of several of the world’s major religions, and has an unparalleled cultural richness.

Weekly Diary

The Week Ahead no. 624
Recovery and Resilience Facility - copyright - reform of EU asylum and migration rules - urban wastewater - carbon removals - methane emissions - reform of energy and electricity markets - labelling of honey - consequences of undemocratic presidential elections in Russia

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