Studie - The Enlarged European Union

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11.2007

 
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A detailed and insightful analysis of the prospects for the Enlarged Union

This new edition of The Enlarged European Union examines the impact of EU enlargement and looks at the political and legal framework, economic developments, trade issues, demographic shifts and the expanded market for consumer goods and services.


The Enlarged European Union explores the impact of EU enlargement and how this will continue to develop Europe as the largest commerical entity and market in the world. It looks at issues such as external trade with the rest of the world, economic development, financial and capital markets and demographic shifts.

This book is split into four sections:
- The Enlarged Europe — An overview
- Comparative statistical data — 25 member states
- Profiles of 12 new members
- Marketing information sources

There are comparative socio-economic and lifestyle data for the countries in the expanded community, which highlight the size and dimension of this significant new market. This is followed by a list of sources to consult for further research and information.
Key features

* Examine the business and political consequences of EU enlargement
* Compare statistical data across 33 EU and prospective EU countries
* Data researched from authoratitive, official sources.
* Sources include international organisations such as the United Nations and OECD; National statistical offices and central banks; International and national trade and industry associations.

Information covered:
Political and legal framework � Population size and structure � Economic development and projections � External trade with the rest of the world � Enlarged consumer market � Income and expenditure patterns � Market size
and potential � Media access and technology issues � Financial and capital markets � Future of the European Union
Table of Contents The Enlarged European Union: A Statistical Handbook 2008 Introduction Foreword Guide to Using This Handbook Scope of the Handbook Subject Coverage Data Coverage Country Coverage Sources List of Abbreviations Section One Overview Glossary Overview Introduction The Impact of Enlargement: The New Member States 2004 and 2007 The Road to Accession The Political and Legal Framework of the EU Population Size and Structure Economic Developments and Projections Labour Market Effect of Enlargement and Future Implications on the Budget and Core Policy Areas of the EU External Trade with the Rest of the World The Enlarged Consumer Market Income and Expenditure Patterns Media Access and Technology Issues Financial and Capital Markets The Future of the EU Section Two Population Table 2.1 Total Population: National Estimates at Mid-Year 1980-2006 Table 2.2 Total Population: National Estimates at January 1st 1980-2006 Table 2.3 Population Aged 0-14 at January 1st 2006 Table 2.4 Population Aged 15-64 at January 1st 2006 Table 2.5 Population Aged 65+ at January 1st 2006 Table 2.6 Male Population: January 1st 1995-2006 Table 2.7 Male Population Aged 0-14 at January 1st 2006 Table 2.8 Male Population Aged 15-64 at January 1st 2006 Table 2.9 Male Population Aged 65+ at January 1st 2006 Table 2.10 Female Population: January 1st 1995-2006 Table 2.11 Female Population Aged 0-14 at January 1st 2006 Table 2.12 Female Population Aged 15-64 at January 1st 2006 Table 2.13 Female Population Aged 65+ at January 1st 2006 Table 2.14 Median Age of Population 1995-2006 Table 2.15 Number of Live Births 1980-2006 Table 2.16 Birth Rates 1980-2006 Table 2.17 Number of Deaths 1980-2006 Table 2.18 Death Rates 1980-2006 Table 2.19 Marriage Rates 1980-2006 Table 2.20 Divorce Rates 1980-2006 Table 2.21 Fertility Rates 2001-2006 Table 2.22 Mean Ages at Childbirth and First Marriage 1995-2006 Table 2.23 Number of Births Outside Marriage 2001-2006 Table 2.24 Number of Pensioners 1995-2006 Table 2.25 Population by Marital Status 2006 Table 2.26 Population by Educational Attainment 2006 Table 2.27 Population by Urban/Rural Split 2006 Table 2.28 Population Density and Land Area 1995/2000/2006 Table 2.29 Net Migration 1995-2006 Table 2.30 Number of Foreign Citizens 1995-2006 Section Three Economic Indicators Table 3.1 Trends in Total GDP (National Currencies) 1980-2006 Table 3.2 GDP by Origin 2006 Table 3.3 GDP by Usage 2006 Table 3.4 GDP Measured at Purchasing Power Parity 2001-2006 Table 3.5 Real GDP Growth 1980-2006 Table 3.6 Trends in Total GNI (national currencies) 1980-2006 Table 3.7 Trends in Money Supply 1980-2006 Table 3.8 Annual Rates of Inflation 1980-2006 Table 3.9 Trends in Public Consumption 1995-2006 Table 3.10 Trends in Private Consumption 1995-2006 Table 3.11 Government Finance 2006 Table 3.12 Government Expenditure by Category 2006 Table 3.13 US Dollar Exchange Rates 1980-2006 Table 3.14 ECU/Euro Exchange Rates 1995-2006 Table 3.15 Japanese Yen Exchange Rates 1995-2006 Section Four Banking and Finance Table 4.1 Lending Rates 1980-2006 Table 4.2 Reserves of Deposit Money Banks 1980-2006 Table 4.3 Assets of Deposit Banks 1980-2006 Table 4.4 Liabilities of Deposit Banks 1980-2006 Table 4.5 Bank Claims on the Private Sector 1980-2006 Section Five External Trade Table 5.1 Trends in Total Imports (US$) 1980-2006 Table 5.2 Imports (cif) by Origin 2006 Table 5.3 Imports (cif) by Commodity: SITC Classification 2006 Table 5.4 Trends in Total Exports (US$) 1980-2006 Table 5.5 Exports (fob) by Destination 2006 Table 5.6 Exports (fob) by Commodity: SITC Classification 2006 Table 5.7 Trade Balance 1980-2006 Section Six Industry Table 6.1 Indices of General Industrial Production 1980-2006 Table 6.2 Indices of Manufacturing Production 1980-2006 Section Seven Energy Table 7.1 Refinery Output 1995-2006 Table 7.2 Primary Energy Consumption 1995-2006 Table 7.3 Crude Oil 1995-2006 Table 7.4 Residential Consumption of Electricity 1995-2006 Table 7.5 Consumption of Aviation Fuels 1995-2006 Table 7.6 Consumption of Liquefied Gases 1995-2006 Table 7.7 Consumption of Diesel/Gasoil 1995-2006 Section Eight Labour Table 8.1 Total Employed Population 1980-2006 Table 8.2 Employed Population by Age 2006 Table 8.3 Employed Male Population by Age 2006 Table 8.4 Employed Female Population by Age 2006 Table 8.5 Paid Employment in Manufacturing 1980-2006 Table 8.6 Employment by Activity 2006 Table 8.7 Total Unemployed Population 1980-2006 Table 8.8 Unemployed Population by Age 2006 Table 8.9 Unemployed Male Population by Age 2006 Table 8.10 Unemployed Female Population by Age 2006 Table 8.11 Trends in Unemployment Rate 1980-2006 Table 8.12 Trends in Male Unemployment Rate 1980-2006 Table 8.13 Trends in Female Unemployment Rate 1980-2006 Table 8.14 Economically Active Population 1995-2006 Table 8.15 Economically Active Population by Age 2006 Table 8.16 Economically Active Male Population 1995-2006 Table 8.17 Economically Active Male Population by Age 2006 Table 8.18 Economically Active Female Population 1995-2006 Table 8.19 Economically Active Female Population by Age 2006 Table 8.20 Total Part-time Employees 1995-2006 Table 8.21 Workers by Employment Status 2006 Section Nine Income and Deductions Table 9.1 Annual Gross Income 1995-2006 Table 9.2 Gross Income by Source 2006 Table 9.3 Annual Disposable Income 1995-2006 Table 9.4 Tax and Social Security Contributions 1995-2006 Section Ten Consumer Expenditure Table 10.1 Consumer Expenditure 1995-2006 Table 10.2 Consumer Expenditure on Food and Non-alcoholic Beverages 2006 Table 10.3 Consumer Expenditure on Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco 2006 Table 10.4 Consumer Expenditure on Clothing and Footwear 2006 Table 10.5 Consumer Expenditure on Housing 2006 Table 10.6 Consumer Expenditure on Household Fuels 2006 Table 10.7 Consumer Expenditure on Household Goods and Services 2006 Table 10.8 Consumer Expenditure on Health Goods and Medical Services 2006 Table 10.9 Consumer Expenditure on Transport 2006 Table 10.10 Consumer Expenditure on Communications 2006 Table 10.11 Consumer Expenditure on Leisure, Recreation and Education 2006 Table 10.12 Consumer Expenditure on Hotels and Catering 2006 Table 10.13 Consumer Expenditure on Miscellaneous Goods and Services 2006 Table 10.14 Consumer Expenditure on Commodity Type 2006 Section Eleven Retail Distribution Table 11.1 Total Retail Sales 2001-2006 Table 11.2 Store-Based Retailer Sales by Grocery/Non-Grocery Split 2006 Table 11.3 Number of Store-Based Retailers by Grocery/Non-Grocery Split 2006 Table 11.4 Retail Sales through Grocery Retailers by Type 2006 Table 11.5 Number of Grocery Retailers by Type 2006 Table 11.6 Retail Sales through Non-Grocery Retailers by Type 2006 Table 11.7 Number of Non-Grocery Retailers by Type 2006 Table 11.8 Non-Store Retail Sales by Type 2006 Section Twelve Advertising, Media and Leisure Table 12.1 Trends in Total Advertising Expenditure 1995-2006 Table 12.2 Advertising Expenditure by Medium 2006 Table 12.3 Press Trends 2006 Table 12.4 Colour TVs in Use 1980-2006 Table 12.5 Colour Television Households 1980-2006 Table 12.6 Cable TV Households 1980-2006 Table 12.7 Satellite TV Households 1980-2006 Table 12.8 National TV Channels 1995-2006 Table 12.9 Annual Cinema Trips Per Capita 1995-2006 Section Thirteen Consumer Market Sizes Table 13.1 Fresh Foods 2006 Table 13.2 Dairy Products and Ice Cream 2006 Table 13.3 Bakery Products 2006 Table 13.4 Packaged Food 2006 Table 13.5 Confectionery 2006 Table 13.6 Hot and Soft Drinks 2006 Table 13.7 Alcoholic Drinks 2006 Table 13.8 Household Care Products 2006 Table 13.9 OTC Healthcare Products 2006 Table 13.10 Disposable Paper Products 2006 Table 13.11 Cosmetics and Toiletries 2006 Table 13.12 Clothing and Footwear 2006 Table 13.13 Large Kitchen Appliances 2006 Table 13.14 Small Electrical Appliances 2006 Table 13.15 Consumer Electronics 2006 Table 13.16 Tobacco 2006 Table 13.17 Toys and Games 2006 Section Fourteen Consumer Prices and Costs Table 14.1 Index of Consumer Prices 1980-2006 Table 14.2 Index of Food and Non-Alcoholic Beverage Prices 1990-2006 Table 14.3 Costs of Selected Food and Drink Items 2006 Table 14.4 Index of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco Prices 1990-2006 Table 14.5 Index of Clothing and Footwear Prices 1990-2006 Table 14.6 Index of Housing Prices 1990-2006 Table 14.7 Index of Household Goods and Services Prices 1990-2006 Table 14.8 Index of Health Goods and Medical Services Prices 1990-2006 Table 14.9 Index of Transport Prices 1990-2006 Table 14.10 Index of Communications Prices 1990-2006 Table 14.11 Index of Leisure and Recreation Prices 1990-2006 Table 14.12 Index of Education Prices 1990-2006 Table 14.13 Index of Hotels and Catering Prices 1990-2006 Table 14.14 Index of Miscellaneous Goods and Services Prices 1990-2006 Section Fifteen Home Ownership Table 15.1 Number of Households by Tenure 2006 Table 15.2 Number of Households by Type of Dwelling 2006 Section Sixteen Household Profiles Table 16.1 Number of Households 1980-2006 Table 16.2 Average Number of Occupants per Household at January 1st 1980-2006 Table 16.3 Number of Households by Number of Persons 2006 Table 16.4 Number of Households by Age of Head of Household 2006 Table 16.5 Number of Households by Number of Rooms 2006 Table 16.6 Number of Households by Sex of Head of Household 2006 Table 16.7 Number of Households by Status of Head of Household 2006 Table 16.8 Number of Households by Education of Head of Household 2006 Table 16.9 Number of Households by Type 2006 Table 16.10 Possession of Household Durables 2006 Section Seventeen Health Table 17.1 Number of Doctors 1995-2006 Table 17.2 Number of Dentists 1995-2006 Table 17.3 Number of Nurses 1995-2006 Table 17.4 Number of Active Pharmacists 1995-2006 Table 17.5 Causes of Death: Male 2006 Table 17.6 Causes of Death: Female 2006 Table 17.7 Reported AIDS Cases by Date of Report 1995-2006 Table 17.8 Average Consumption of Calories per Day 1995-2006 Table 17.9 Average Consumption of Protein per Day 1995-2006 Table 17.10 Average Consumption of Fat per Day 1995-2006 Table 17.11 Life Expectancy and Healthy Life Expectancy 2006 Table 17.12 Infant Mortality Rates 1980-2006 Table 17.13 Legal Abortions 1995-2006 Table 17.14 Obese Population (BMI 30kg/sq m or more) 1995-2006 Section Eighteen Crime Table 18.1 Number of Juvenile Offenders 1995-2006 Table 18.2 Number of Offences per 100,000 Inhabitants 1995-2006 Table 18.3 Male Offenders (% of Total Offenders) 1995-2006 Table 18.4 Female Offenders (% of Total Offenders) 1995-2006 Section Nineteen Literacy and Education Table 19.1 Primary Education 2006 Table 19.2 Secondary Education 2006 Table 19.3 Higher Education 2006 Section Twenty Agricultural Resources Table 20.1 Indices of Agricultural Output 1980-2006 Table 20.2 Indices of Food Output 1980-2006 Table 20.3 Land Area 2006 Table 20.4 Number of Livestock 2006 Table 20.5 Production of Dairy Products and Eggs 2006 Table 20.6 Production of Meat 2006 Table 20.7 Production of Cereals 2006 Table 20.8 Production of Selected Crops 2006 Table 20.9 Forestry Production 2006 Section Twenty-one IT and Telecommunications Table 21.1 Telephone Lines in Use 1995-2006 Table 21.2 National Telephone Calls 1995-2006 Table 21.3 International Outgoing Telephone Calls 1995-2006 Table 21.4 Mobile Telephone Users 1995-2006 Table 21.5 Mobile Telephone Calls 1995-2006 Table 21.6 Mobile SMS Messages Sent 1999-2006 Table 21.7 Availability of Digital Main Lines 1995-2006 Table 21.8 Capital Investment in Telecommunications 1995-2006 Table 21.9 ISDN Subscribers 1995-2006 Table 21.10 Internet Users 1995-2006 Section Twenty-two Automotives Table 22.1 Passenger Cars in Use 1980-2006 Table 22.2 Commercial Vehicles in Use 1980-2006 Table 22.3 Two-Wheelers in Use 1980-2006 Section Twenty-three Transport, Travel and Tourism Table 23.1 Length of Public Railway Network Operated 1980-2006 Table 23.2 Road Network 2006 Table 23.3 Trends in Railway Passenger Traffic 1980-2006 Table 23.4 Trends in Railway Freight Traffic 1980-2006 Table 23.5 Km Travelled by Road 1995-2006 Table 23.6 Km Travelled by Rail 1995-2006 Table 23.7 Km Travelled by Air 1995-2006 Table 23.8 Tourist Arrivals by Method 2006 Table 23.9 Total Number of Rooms in Tourist Accommodation 1995-2006 Table 23.10 Hotel Bed Occupancy Rates 1995-2006 Table 23.11 Total Number of Bed-Places in Tourist Accommodation 1995-2006 Table 23.12 Domestic Tourist Nights 1995-2006 Table 23.13 International Tourist Nights 1995-2006 Table 23.14 Average Tourist Stay in Accommodation Establishment 1995-2006 Table 23.15 Average Tourist Stay in the Country 1995-2006 Section Twenty-four Key Enlarged European Union Marketing Information Sources Introduction International Official Sources Pan-regional Official Sources Eastern Europe Western Europe National Official Sources Albania Austria Belgium Bosnia-Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Ireland Italy Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg Macedonia Netherlands Poland Portugal Romania Serbia and Montenegro Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Turkey United Kingdom

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