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Analysis of EU-US trade

The European Union and the United States (US) are the two largest economies in the world in terms of GDP and are each other’s major partners in trade of goods, services and investment. To further improve these relations the European Commission has proposed the launch of negotiations with the US on a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership.

This paper focuses on trade between the two economies, looking at EU-US trade in goods, services and FDI, as well as showing the major global trading partners for both the EU and US.

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  1. Estou de acordo com o comercio transatlâtico irá trazer crescimento economico e reduzirá a taxa do desemprego dentro da UE dos EUA há que celebrar e elogiar este acordo

    Posted by eusebio manuel vestias pecurto | May 21, 2013, 13:21

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