Estadísticas de la UE. CDE Universitat de València

CoverBasic figures on the European Neighbourhood Policy-South countries — 2018 edition

This leaflet presents key indicators in the economic and social fields collected in 2017 for the EU's southern partner countries covered by the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP-South). The ENP-South countries comprise Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine and Tunisia. [+]

CoverBasic figures on the European Neighbourhood Policy — South countries

This leaflet presents key indicators in the economic and social fields collected in 2016 for the EU's southern partner countries covered by the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP-South). The ENP-South countries comprise Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine and Tunisia. [+] 

Basic figures on the European Neighbourhood Policy - South countries - 2014 edition

This leaflet presents the freshest Eurostat data on a small number of key indicators in the economic and social fields for the European Neighbourhood Policy-South (ENP-S) countries. The ENP-South countries comprise Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine (1), Syria and Tunisia. [+]

Agriculture statistics - North Africa and Eastern Mediterranean
Agriculture in the ENP-South countries: largely determined by climatic conditions and influenced by cultural values
Statistics in focus 11/2014

Agriculture remains important in most of the ENP-South countries; less by its contribution to the gross value added of the national economy but rather as a source of employment. Linked to the topographic characteristics and the prevailing climatic conditions, the share of land used for agriculture is generally low, except for Tunisia (see Table 1).
The livestock reflects cultural traditions and is dominated by sheep. Morocco and Egypt are the main producers of cereals, although harvested quantities vary substantially according to annual rainfall. Moreover, Egypt is an important producer of fresh vegetables; its production in terms of weight corresponds to more than a third of the total European Union (EU) production. [+]

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Estadísticas Euromediterráneas 2012

CoverPocketbook on Euro-Mediterranean statistics — 2012 edition
This pocketbook on Euro-Mediterranean statistics presents a series of key statistical data for nine non-EU Mediterranean partners (Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, occupied Palestinian territory, Syria and Tunisia) and comparative EU aggregates. The publication of tables, graphics, associated analyses and methodological notes follows key themes: the economy, labour force, international trade in goods, demography, education, living conditions, tourism, transport, energy, agriculture and environment. [+]

CoverPocketbook on Euro-Mediterranean statistics. 2011 edition
This pocketbook on Euro-Mediterranean statistics presents a series of key statistical data for nine non-EU Mediterranean partners (Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, occupied Palestinian territory, Syria and Tunisia) and comparative EU aggregates. The publication of tables, graphics and associated methodological notes follows key themes: economy, demography, labour force, education, living conditions, external trade in goods, energy, tourism, agriculture, transport and environment. [+]

Protocolo entre la Unión Europea y el Reino Hachemí de Jordania que establece un mecanismo de solución de diferencias aplicable a las diferencias sobre las disposiciones comerciales del Acuerdo euromediterráneo por el que se crea una asociación entre las Comunidades Europeas y sus Estados miembros, por una parte, y el Reino Hachemí de Jordania, por otra (DOUE L 177/03, 6.7.2011)

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Labour Markets Performance and Migration Flows in Arab Mediterranean Countries: Determinants and Effects
European Economy. Occasional Papers # 60. Abril 2010

This study, which analyses the key labour market determinants of migration flows from selected Arab Mediterranean Countries (Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia and the Occupied Palestinian Territories) finds that employment in AMCs is a major challenge for the region – and for Europe – in the next 10 to 15 years. Immdiate action is needed because the status quo risks causing permanent damage to the development prospects of those countries. The AMCs' public policies are currently ill equipped to face the challenge. Labour migration remains a key feature of the labour markets in these countries – yet cannot by itself solve the labour market challenges there. The study makes a number of recommendations including: upgrading the statistics available and conducting further in-depth analysis; upgrading education and training systems; mainstreaming the policy goal of job creation and higher productivity; promoting active labour market policies; creating incentives to hire new graduates and women; creating incentives to transform informal into formal employment; and establishing social protection systems guaranteeing universal coverage, with the emphasis on woker rather than job protection. It also recommends that the EU upgrade its existing framework for AMC migration not only as a unilateral strategy, but as a cooperative framework for true co-development. [+]

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