DeustoEuropean Master in Transnational Trade Law & Finance
(Joint Master Program, Deusto-Tilburg-Frankfurt-Strasburg)
The
European Master in Transnational Trade Law & Finance (EMTTLF) is a new Erasmus Mundus Master Program. This Master is a joint Postgraduate Program offered by 4 European Leading Universities and coordinated by the School of Law of the University of Deusto.
This program has been recently selected by the European Commission in the framework of the 2008 Erasmus Mundus Call for Proposals (EACEA 07/07) as one of the new 23 Erasmus Mundus Master Programs and the only one in Law  +info
The EM scholarship policy has changed. Note that as for the Academic Year 2011/2013 European students are also eligible for Erasmus Mundus Scholarships -EM Category B scholarship. Third country students are eligible under EM Category A scholarships (i.e. similar conditions of the last years). Please, visit "Fees & Scholarships" section to check the updates.
We are grateful to the European Commission for its financial support, to our academic partners (Institute for Law & Finance, Strasbourg University and Tilburg University) as well as other local, national and international institutions for their personal, academic and professional support in the implementation of this project.
Aplications from self funded students are welcomed until juny 30th 2011. [+]

EU-27 consistent world leader in trade of food and drink. Statistics in Focus. External trade 78/2009. Brazil and Argentina become two leading sources of food and drink imports to EU-27. The European Union is by far the major world player in both imports and exports of food and drink. Food and drink made up 5.2% of both imports and exports for the EU-27 in 2008. The value of EU-27 food and drink exports rose by 10.2% between 2007 and 2008, compared to a rise in imports of 6.1% over the same period. The United States was the most important trading partner for EU-27 exports in 2008. Together, the United States and Russia accounted for just over a quarter of EU-27 exports. For EU-27 imports, however, Brazil and Argentina were the main trading partners, accounting together for just over a fifth of EU-27 imports in 2008. France remained the largest contributor to EU-27 food and drink exports, with around one fifth of the total extra EU-27 trade. However, the greatest growth in exports between 2000 and 2008 was registered by Estonia, Romania, Lithuania and especially by Latvia, with a growth of almost 35% per year on average.  [+]
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Déficit comercial UE 2008

Energy prices boosted the EU-27 trade deficit in 2008. Statistics in focus. External trade 64/2009. Russia became the second largest destination for EU-27 exports after the USA. Between 2000 and 2008, EU imports were consistently higher than exports, due mainly to an increasing trade deficit in the energy sector. In 2008, the total EU-27 trade deficit reached a record level of EUR 242.1 billion. The United States was by far the most important trading partner for EU-27 exports in 2008, in spite of a slight fall compared to the previous year. Russia recorded a growth rate of 18% for 2007-2008 and overtook Switzerland to become the second largest trading partner for EU-27 exports. China was the most important trading partner for imports to EU-27. Together, China, the United States and Russia accounted for 39% of imports from outside EU-27 in 2008. Germany remained the largest contributor to EU-27 external trade among the Member States, with more than one fifth of total extra EU-27 trade. Imports of machinery and transport equipment, as well as of other manufactured products, decreased during 2007-2008.  [+]
The value of EU-27 imports from China almost tripled between 2001 and 2008. Statistics in Focus. General and regional statistics 59/2009. EU-27 trade and foreign direct investment with the USA, China, the EFTA countries, Russia, Japan, South Korea, Canada and Australia in 2008. The USA remains the EU's most important partner in the trade of goods, with a total volume of EUR 436 billion. The rapid growth of EU imports from China has resulted in a high EU trade deficit with China. In terms of imports, the USA remains in second place, EFTA comes third. 'Machinery and transport equipment' remain the EU's most important exports. The picture is less clear for imports: oil and gas dominate EU imports from the EFTA countries and Russia, data processing machinery and electronic equipment were the main imports from China and South Korea, and metalliferous ores and coal comprised the bulk of imports from Canada and Australia respectively. Trade in services takes place mainly with the USA, followed by the EFTA countries. Services, excluding transportation and travel, dominate. Direct investments from the USA were considerably reduced in 2008, whereas EU investments in the USA have remained high. The opposite was observed in Canada, albeit with far lower volumes involved.  [+]
Internal market still accounts for more than 50 % of EU foreign direct investments and trade in services. Statistics in focus. Economy and finance 56/2009. The document analyses intra EU transactions in trade in services and foreign direct investment for the period 2004-2008. In the light of the free movement of services and capital in the EU, the document will provide information on the importance of the internal market, recent developments and structure of trade in services and direct investment flows between the EU Member States. Comparison Intra EU shares of total exports of services and of investment flows for individual Member States will also be compared.  [+]
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