La Comisión Europea presenta hoy una serie de propuestas para que los instrumentos de comercio y desarrollo vayan de la mano, a fin de garantizar una verdadera reducción de la pobreza en todo el mundo. Las propuestas están destinadas a reforzar las capacidades comerciales de los países en desarrollo, haciendo que el comercio forme parte de su estrategia de desarrollo. Para garantizar el cumplimiento de su objetivo, la UE estudia actualmente las mejores formas de establecer diferencias entre los países en desarrollo, a fin de que los países más pobres del mundo reciban la mayor ayuda que podamos darles. En la propuesta se resalta el papel del comercio como uno de los factores determinantes para apoyar el desarrollo, estimular el crecimiento y sacar a las personas de la pobreza. Además, la UE pide a todas las economías desarrolladas que igualen sus importantes niveles de acceso al mercado para los países en desarrollo. (RAPID, IP/12/80, 27.1.2012)

CoverTrade between EU and West Africa, 2000-2010
Statistics in focus. General and regional statistics. External trade. Economy and finance 5/2012

EU-27 surplus with ECOWAS countries for both goods and services
This publication focuses on ECOWAS, the Economic Community of West African States. EU-27 exports and imports to/from ECOWAS account for around 1.5% of total extra-EU-27 exports and imports. ECOWAS accounts for 18% of EU-27 exports to Africa and 16% of imports. Nigeria is by far the EU-27’s largest ECOWAS partner for imports, exports and service flows. In 2010 the EU-27 had a trade surplus with the ECOWAS countries in goods and, in 2009, in services. Imports and exports both rose strongly in 2010 recovering from the financial crisis. Mineral fuels (crude oil imports from Nigeria) made up two thirds of EU-27 imports from ECOWAS, whilst petroleum products accounted for nearly a third of EU-27 exports. [+]

CoverIntra EU share of EU-27 trade in goods, services and foreign direct investments remains more than 50% in 2010
Statistics in Focus. External trade 3/2012
The Internal Market share of total EU-27 trade in goods was 63.7% in 2010. Between 2005 and 2010, this share fell by 2.4 percentage points. In 2010, intra EU-27 trade in services accounted for 56.1% of all exported services and 58.4% of imports, which represented falls in the intra EU share of 2.0 and 1.6 percentage points respectively between 2005 and 2010. The EU Member States made more outward Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) in other Member States than outside the EU-27 in 2010 – 56.1% of total EU 27 outward FDI. Internal Market shares of total outward and inward FDI suffered significant falls in 2009 during the global financial crisis. Both shares made recoveries in 2010, in particular inward FDI. [+]

CoverExternal and intra-EU trade - A statistical yearbook - Data 1958 - 2010. 2011 Edition
The yearbook on external and intra-European Union trade provides data on long-term trends in the trade of the European Union and its Member States. In particular, it contains annual statistics on the trade flows of the EU with its main trading partners on the one hand and between the Member States on the other. These statistics are broken down by major product groups. The publication also includes extra chapters on the trade of candidate countries and EFTA members. [+]

CoverExtra euro area trade rose by a fifth in 2010 after a fall in 2009
Statistics in focus. External trade 51/2011
In 2010, extra euro area (EA17) trade increased to EUR 3086 billion from EUR 2545 billion in 2009, corresponding to a growth of 21%. EA17 imports rose by 22% and exports by 20%. The EA17 trade balance went from a surplus of EUR 15 billion in 2009 to a deficit of EUR 9 billion in 2010. In 2010, the United Kingdom was the leading partner for extra EA17 exports, accounting for almost 13% of all exports, followed by the United States. China led for imports with 13.5% of total EA17 imports, followed by the United Kingdom, the United States and Russia. Both import and export trade were dominated by machinery and vehicles, followed by other manufactured goods. In 2010, machinery and vehicles made up 41.5% of EA17 exports and 31.2% of EA17 imports. [+]

CoverGoods trade with ASEAN countries rebounds from 2009 to 2010; EU trade deficit rises by nearly 30 %
Statistics in focus. General and regional statistics 47/2011

EU-27 trade and investment with ASEAN countries
The EU has recorded deficits in trade in goods with the 10 ASEAN countries since 2000. In 2010 the deficit was EUR 26 billion, a substantial rise compared with the previous year. The main products imported from the ASEAN countries include electronic equipment, covering computers and consumer items, clothing and footwear, pharmaceuticals, crude rubber, palm oil and furniture. The EU exported mainly machinery and transport equipment including aircraft, alongside pharmaceuticals and medical equipment to ASEAN countries. For trade in services, the EU has been in surplus from 2005 to 2009, recording EUR 2 billion in 2009. Of the major ASEAN partner countries, only with Thailand the EU did record a deficit in that year. In 2009, EU foreign direct investment (FDI) outflows declined sharply while inflows were little changed. FDI stocks grew in 2009. Singapore is the main investment partner. [+]

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El sector exterior en 2010

ICEjulioEl sector exterior en 2010
Número monográfico: El sector exterior en 2010
Información Comercial Española. Boletín Económico ICE # 3013. Julio 2011.

Sumario: Capítulo 1. El análisis macroeconómico del sector exterior español; Capítulo 2. El comercio mundial de mercancías y servicios en 2010; Capítulo 3. El comercio exterior de España en 2010; Capítulo 4. Inversiones exteriores directas en 2010; Capítulo 5. La política comercial común; Capítulo 6. Política de apoyo financiero y de promoción comercial; Apéndice estadístico [+]

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