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André Sapir, Philippe Aghion, Giuseppe Bertola, Martin Hellwig, Jean Pisani-Ferry, Dariusz Rosati, José Viñals, Helen Wallace, Marco Buti, Mario Nava, and Peter M. Smith

Print publication date: 2004

Print ISBN-13: 9780199271481

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: July 2005

DOI: 10.1093/0199271488.001.0001

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Europe and the world

Europe and the world

Chapter:
(p.143) 9 Europe and the world
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An Agenda for a Growing Europe
Author(s):

André Sapir (Contributor Webpage)

Philippe Aghion (Contributor Webpage)

Giuseppe Bertola

Martin Hellwig (Contributor Webpage)

Jean Pisani-Ferry (Contributor Webpage)

Dariusz Rosati

José Viñals

Helen Wallace

Marco Buti

Mario Nava

Peter M. Smith

Publisher:
Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/0199271488.003.0009

The enlargement of the European Union into 25 countries will have a major impact on its neighbours in Europe and the Mediterranean Basin, as well as change its relationship with the rest of the world. The EU must promote the economic development of its neighbours to ensure economic and political stability in the Euro-Mediterranean region. The creation of a Euro-Mediterranean trading bloc could reinforce two other trading blocs: the Free Trade Area of the Americas and the Asian trading bloc. The EU must also play a role in ensuring the success of the globalisation process.

Keywords:   European Union, enlargement, Europe, Mediterranean Basin, economic relations, political relations, trade, globalisation

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