What is EU?

  • (noun): A bivalent and trivalent metallic element of the rare earth group.
    Synonyms: europium, atomic number 63
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Free Trade Areas In Europe - EU
... The European Union (EU) has always operated as more than a free trade area with its predecessor,the European Economic Community (EEC) being founded as a customs union ... The EU shares its single market with three EFTA members via the European Economic Area and has a free trade agreement of some level with most other European countries ...
Educational Policies And Initiatives Of The European Union - Building A Europe of Knowledge
... student mobility (as, in 1989, did the "Youth for Europe" programme, the EU's first youth exchange support scheme) ... These programmes were adopted by the EU countries but with considerable support from the European Parliament which made budgets available even before the legal instruments had been adopted ... to increase the quality and openness of the education and training systems of the EU's Member States a set of policy instruments through which EU countries are encouraged to develop ...
Immigration To France - Comparison With Other Countries From European Union
... This corresponds to 9.4% of the total EU population ... Of these, 31.4 million (6.3%) were born outside the EU and 16.0 million (3.2%) were born in another EU member state ... The largest absolute numbers of people born outside the EU were in Germany (6.4 million), France (5.1 million), the United Kingdom (4.7 million), Spain (4.1 million), Italy (3.2 ...
Euro Convergence Criteria - Fulfillment of Criteria in April 2013
3.51% EU members Bulgaria 2.65% 1.5% 19.5% No 4.52% Czech Republic 3.05% 3.5% 45.1% No 2.79% Denmark 2.18% 3.9% 45.4% since 1 Jan ... Sweden 0.95% 0.0% 37.4% No 1.51% United Kingdom 2.38% 6.2% 88.7% No 1.63% Candidates for EU membership Croatia 3.4% 4.4% 53.8% No 6.41% Iceland 5.6% 3.4% 96.8% No 6.95 ...
Free Trade Areas In Europe - CEFTA
... order to stabilise these countries for membership of the EU ... With the 2004 EU enlargement, the original members of both of these have left these agreements and joined the EU ... All of the new CEFTA countries, except for Moldova, are prospective members of the EU and hence EFTA is the only FTA with a long term future, as there are ...

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