How many members were in the European Union in 2011?
In 2011 there were 27 members of the European Union. See the related question below.
Countries are members of the European Union, not people or trade unions. As Malta is one country that is a member of the European Union, then the amount of members of the European Union from Malta is one.
17 of the 27 members of the European Union use the Euro as their currency. 17 of the 27 members of the European Union use the Euro as their currency. 17 of the 27 members of the European Union use the Euro as their currency. 17 of the 27 members of the European Union use the Euro as their currency. 17 of the 27 members of the European Union use the Euro as their currency… Read More
As of 2013, the European Union has 28 Member States.
28 of Europes countries are members of the European Union. See the related question below.
In 2000 there were 15 members of the European Union. See the related question below.
Europe is a continent with over 50 countries. The European Union is an organisation. As of 2013, 28 of the countries in Europe are members of the European Union. Many countries in Europe are not members.
In January 2007 there were 27 members of the European Union. See the related question below.
As of the 1st of July 2013 the European Union is composed of 28 members. See the related question below.
The European Union has countries as members. Britain is part of the United Kingdom. England, Wales and Scotland are in Britain, but along with Northern Ireland they are treated as one member of the European Union.
As of the 1st of July 2013, there are 28 countries that are members of the European Union.
There are many differences. The main one though is that NATO is a military alliance whereas the European Union is economic. All European Union members are from Europe, but there are non-European members of NATO. Some countries are members of both organisations, but some are only in one or the other.
The European Union, which has 28 of Europe's countries as members.
No, they are completely different in many ways. The Soviet Union no longer even exists. Some countries that were in it are now members of the European Union, but that is about the only connection.
All European countries are in Europe. What you probably meant is two European countries that are not members of the European Union. There are many of them. For example: Albania and Norway are not members of the European Union, but they are European countries. Europe is a continent and the European Union is an organisation. There are European countries whose borders extend from Europe into Asia, Turkey and Russia for instance, but they are still… Read More
In 1976, what is now known as the European Union was the European Economic Community and it had 9 members.
10 countries joined in 2004.
27 countries were members of the European Union in 2010.
What is now the European Union started in 1957 as the European Economic Community, with 6 countries. Since then it has expanded. It became the European Community. In 1993, when it had 12 members, it became the European Union. It further expanded to 28 members. During all this time many other changes happened in structures and laws and things like the starting of the Euro currency, which some of the European Union countries now use.
In 1995 there were 15 members of the European Union. They were: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and United Kingdom.
There isn't really a comparison. The US is one country, consisting of many states. The Europe Union is an organisation, that many countries are members of. It is more appropriate to compare the European Union to NAFTA.
In 1972 there were 6 members of what was then known as the European Economic Community, which is now known as the European Union.
The EU is the European Union, which is an organisation of which 28 European countries are currently members. Europe is a continent consisting of different countries, including those 28 and many others. Many countries in Europe are not members of the European Union, for example Switzerland, Norway, Albania and Armenia, amongst others.
What was then known as the European Economic Community, was founded in 1957 by 6 countries. They were France, West Germany, Italy, Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg. It is now known as the European Union.
They are people who do not support the European Union and think there are many flaws in it. The European Union is an organisation, but not everyone in each of the member country likes every aspect of it. Even some political parties in some countries do not favour aspects of membership of the European Union. There are 28 members, but not all of them use the Euro for example. So people or political parties that… Read More
The European Union are both international organisations. Some countries are members of both organisations, though some are members of one but not the other. That is the only connection. Apart from sharing some members, they are completely different organisations in many different ways.
No Eastern European countries were members of the European Union in 1993. The EU did not expand to the east until 2004 when nine Eastern European countries (with one Western European nation) joined the EU.
No. The European Union has 28 countries as members, so it consists of many different economies, with some in a better situation of others.
The European Parliament is now made up of 751 Members elected in the 28 countries that are in the European Union. It used to have 766.
There are many types of representatives of the European Union and there are 28 countries that are members and that have representatives, so there are wide variety of amounts of pay that they get, so it is impossible to answer your question.
Western Europe has many countries, each with their own government. You may be thinking of the European Union, but this is not a government and not all countries in western Europe are members of the European Union.
12 countries signed the Maastricht Treaty.
17 out of 27 members of the EU use the Euro.
The EU institutions have different regulations and policies for picking members. For instance, the European Parliaments' members are chosen democratically by the European citizens. The European Council on the other hand consists of the EU countries leaders so as to speak.
The 'ees' does not exist. If you mean how many countries are in the EU (European Union), the answer is currently 27, 28 from 1st July 2013. See the related question 'Which countries are members of the European Union?' (link below).
Brussels, the capital of Belgium, has many of the headquarters and important offices of the organisation known as the European Union. Just over half of Europe's countries are members of the European Union.
The European Elections, which are for members of the European Union to elect people to the European Parliament, are held every 5 years. Countries in Europe also have their own elections, with different countries having different systems and terms.
The United Kingdom and Denmark are the only European Union members who opted out of adopting the Euro. Although many other members do not currently use the Euro, they have agreed to make the transition sometime within the near future.
The original European Economic Community, now known as the European Union, consisted of six members - France, Germany, Holland, Belgium, Italy & Luxembourg. It was founded in 1957.
Only countries are members of the European Union. Germany is one country that is a member, so it has one country, itself, as a member.
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (and therefore England) is already a member of the European Union. It joined what was then called the EEC in 1973. Like all countries in the European Union, it has its own flag. The European Union, is an organisation, not a country. It has a flag, like many organisations does, but that is separate to all of the national flags of the members.
Some people will need passports and even visas to travel in the European Union, if they are not from any European Union country. Many countries that are members have agreements to enable easier travel. However, people should always have identification and so they should bring their passport anyway as a way of proving they are from a European Union country.
Please don't confuse the European Union with the Eurozone. Anyhow, there are three countries (Denmark, Sweden and the United Kingdom) that have a 'special status' in the Eurozone.
There were 6 countries in the European Economic Community in 1957. It is now known as the European Union. In 2009 there were 27 members. Since the 1st of July there are now 28 members.
Yes, there are many high quality products made in countries that are members of the European Union.
Both organisations have 28 members, though they are not the exact same 28 countries.
The European Union is an organisation that consists of 27 countries, 17 of which use the Euro. There are many other countries in Europe that are not members of the European Union and none of these use the Euro. So most European countries do not use it. See the related questions below.
France, Germany, Italy, Austria and Liechtenstein border Switzerland. All except Liechtenstein are members of the European Union. So four European Union countries surround Switzerland.
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and European Union (EU)