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Europe: a major force in the global economy

The European Union is connected with the world like no other group of states. Although the EU's share of world trade has fallen slightly in recent years, it remains at a high level and represents a key foundation for growth, competitiveness and employment in Europe. In an international environment marked by upheaval and uncertainty, the EU's external economic instruments need to be further strengthened. 

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