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[IWS] Eurostat: THE EUROPEAN UNION AND THE AFRICAN UNION: A STATISTICAL PORTRAIT 2014 [8 January 2015]

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European Commission

Eurostat

 

THE EUROPEAN UNION AND THE AFRICAN UNION: A STATISTICAL PORTRAIT 2014 [8 January 2015]

http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/products-statistical-books/-/KS-FQ-14-001

or

http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/documents/3217494/6459808/KS-FQ-14-001-EN-C.pdf/c821242c-de7f-495a-bca2-3b6f1cd99993

[full-text, 104 pages]

 

This ‘statistical portrait' presents, in 100 pages, a broad comparison between the situation of the European Union, including EFTA members and Candidate Countries, and the African Union and its member states. The publication is jointly produced by Eurostat and the Statistical Division of the African Union Commission (AUSTAT) on the basis of data from both organisations.

 

With data up to and including the year 2013, this "portrait" includes various domains such as demography, health, education, national accounts, trade, and more. Tables in the eight chapters help the user to gain a detailed view on different aspects, such as mobile phone subscriptions, number of teachers, life expectancy, GDP, tourism, etc. An overview chapter presenting statistical comparisons with the rest of the world is also included.

 

Table of Contents

Foreword.....................................................................................................................................................................3

Acknowledgments..................................................................................................................................................4

Introduction...............................................................................................................................................................6

Chapter 1: Overview...............................................................................................................................................9

Chapter 2: Demography.....................................................................................................................................23

Chapter 3: Health..................................................................................................................................................33

Chapter 4: Education...........................................................................................................................................43

Chapter 5: National accounts...........................................................................................................................51

Chapter 6: Economy & finance.........................................................................................................................55

Chapter 7: Industry & services..........................................................................................................................71

Chapter 8: External economic relations........................................................................................................85

 

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