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The Advantages Of The European Union

545 words - 3 pages

Advantages of the European Union
Jim Stewart
MGT/448
Clark McCarrrell
September 18, 2013










Advantages of the European Union
The European Union or EU is a unique economic and political partnership between 28 European countries that together cover much of the European continent. The EU was borne from the aftermath of World War II. The goal was to encourage economic cooperation between countries. It was presumed that countries that were trading partners were less likely to attack each other. This was known as the European Economic Community or ECC and was created in 1958. ("Europa.eu", 2013)
The ECC became the EU in 1993, when what had previously been a purely economic partnership, melded into a political partnership spawning policy, development, and environmental concerns. The EU is based on the rule of law: everything is founded on treaties, voluntarily and ...view middle of the document...

These benefits are designed to result in a competitive market place and lower prices for consumers. ("Benefitsof.net", 2013)
Because all European Union states now use the same currency, the Euro, trade is easier between countries. Furthermore, the EU provides members with protections against the dangers of hyperinflation and volatility in the monetary market. ("Benefitsof.net", 2013)
Political advantages of EU membership include; being part of a large multinational organization allows countries to wield greater influence on the world stage, as representatives of themselves and EU. Workers are protected from exploitive practices by “The Working Tie Directive”. A European health insurance card provides access to the same medical care anywhere in the EU. Safety and security throughout the EU is a benefit as a result of greater cooperation on issues of national security, including drug trafficking and cyber-crime. ("Answers.com", 2013)
The EU also offers a number of social benefits to its members. Member countries follow the standards adopted by the European Union for things like individual safety of citizens, employment safety, health, education, information and an overall better quality of life. ("Benefitsof.net", 2013)
The EU has some of the world's highest environmental standards, developed over decades. Environment policy helps protect Europe’s natural capital, encourages business to green the EU economy, and safeguards the health and wellbeing of people living in the EU. ("Europa.eu", 2013)
There is little question that the formation of the European Union has been a boon to the individual countries that comprise it. Common currency and the ability to move freely throughout Europe have improved the quality of life for its citizens.





References
Answers.com. (2013). Retrieved from http://answers.com/Q/What_are_the_Advantages_and_Disadvantages_of_the_European_Union
Benefitsof.net. (2013). Retrieved from http://benefitof.net/benefits-of-eu-membership/
Europa.eu. (2013). Retrieved from http://europa.eu/about-eu/index_en.htm
Europa.eu. (2013). Retrieved from http://europa.eu/pol/env/index_en.htm

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