2 edition of European steel exports and steel demand in non-European countries found in the catalog.
European steel exports and steel demand in non-European countries
United Nations. Economic Commission for Europe.
1953 in [Geneva] .
Written in English
At head of title: United Nations. Economic and Social Council. Economic Commission for Europe. Steel Committee.
|Statement||prepared by the Industry Division.|
|Series||United Nations. [Document], E/ECE/163, E/ECE/STEEL/75|
|Contributions||United Nations. Economic Commission for Europe. Steel Committee.|
|LC Classifications||JX1977 .A2 E/ECE/163, etc.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 242, 14 p.|
|Number of Pages||242|
|LC Control Number||53002680|
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Identifying the Boundaries. Europe is a continent of peninsulas, islands, and varied landforms. The traditional boundaries of European steel exports and steel demand in non-European countries book European continent include the North Atlantic Ocean to the west and Russia up to the Ural Mountains to the east.
Since the Soviet Union’s collapse inRussia has been given its own identification and, in this text, is not included in the study of Europe. The largest share came from its traditional German market, which increased its share in the total exports to 24 percent ( percent in the same period of last year).
In the first half of the year, the steel industry suffered from the aggressive import of steel from non-European countries, which came as the result of global protectionism.
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Its volume was assessed at approximately USD billion in the year and projections for the year assume its growth to approximately billion (in Trade and Environment ReviewUnited Nations, p).Author: Zofia Wysokinska. Manufacturing exports were dominated by the UK (which sold 70% of its exports to non-European countries in ) and Germany (selling 34% of their exports outside Europe) (Svennilson ).
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The share of foreign imports in the EU’s exports has increased by more than half sinceto reach 13%. The idea of buccaneer Britain trading freely outside the EU is a fantasy We will always want to trade with Europe, because it's rich and close.
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Because many of the European Union countries have been depressing demand in recent years to achieve the Maastricht conditions for EMU membership, once the EMU is established there would be strong pressure to deal with the current double- digit European unemployment rates by a more expansionary monetary policy.
Studies indicate non-European exporters with longer journeys and greater emissions may face higher cost increases relative to competitors. Where exporters have limited ability to pass these costs on, this may in some cases unfairly prejudice their products whose whole life carbon footprint may be less than that of European prod- ucts.
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Economic growth is set to slow somewhat over on weakening domestic demand and the risk of a significant slowdown in the pace of growth of the global economy. Specifically, lower housing prices will deter fixed investment and prompt. Trade and the expansion of global exports are directly linked to U.S.
economic vitality and future standards of living. Exports provide for domestic economic growth, increased labor productivity, and creation of jobs in the manufacturing and service sectors that pay wages well above the national average. 1 Future U.S.
economic success, as a result of these factors, centers to an increasing. Their exports to the other industrial countries in Europe grew by a total of 20 percent over the same period and to the non-European industrial countries by only 5 percent.
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