The European Union is the world’s most significant exporter and also a highly attractive export market for countries outside it. According to World Trade Organization rules and on behalf of all its member states, the Union indubitably possesses exclusive power in order to satisfactorily conclude global trade agreements and efficaciously legislate as far as trade issues are concerned. Two are the author’s dominant pursuits in the context this book. The first is to sufficiently examine the foremost components and elements that more or less define the Union’s international trade, while the second to methodically focus on the Union’s trade relations with Central Africa, the Southern African Development Community, Central America, the Andean Community and South Korea. The author’s principal objective is to methodically simplify the abovementioned truly multidimensional spectrum and provide the reader with adequate information with a view to a deeper understanding.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1: The Concept and the Foremost Components with regard to the European Union’s International Trade
Chapter 2: The European Union Trade Agreements with Central Africa, the Southern African Development
Community, Central America, the Andean Community and South Korea
Chapter 3: Concluding Remarks