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Notes that the real economic growth in the European Union is characterised by old and new divergences, with the lowest growth rates in Portugal (‧,‧% of GDP) and Italy (‧,‧ %), and high growth rates among the EU-‧ in Spain (‧,‧ %), Greece (‧,‧ %) and, in particular, Sweden (‧ %), Finland (‧,‧ %) and Luxembourg (‧,‧ %); notes that the new Member States are registering particularly high growth rates in Slovakia (‧,‧ %), Lithuania (‧,‧ %), Estonia (‧,‧ %) and Latvia (‧ %); underlines that these divergences also reflect important structural differences, different domestic economic policies and demographic structures as well as asymmetric impacts of common policies, illustrating underlying risks to the European Union's internal cohesion; therefore stresses the need for policies that strengthen economic cohesion and thus foster the internal market and monetary union
In the same way , it makes no allowance for the need to maintain and develop efforts to achieve the minimum acceptable levels for real internal cohesion , whether it be the level that the existing Me mber States are aiming at or the level that is increasingly imposing enlargement on countries which generally represent a third of the per capita gross domestic product of the fifteen-State European Union .
The Fourth Progress Report on Cohesion2 confirmed that the enlargement of the Union to 25 Member States, later to 27 or more, presents an unprecedented opportunity to reinforce both economic competitiveness and the internal cohesion in Europe.
I am worried about this and would therefore have liked to see, amongst the many recitals in the report, at least a hint, a recommendation, a spur to greater internal cohesion in the Union.
But the lesson of the "Age of catastrophe", to borrow Eric Hobsbawm’s term, was that social cohesion within a nation is not enough.9 Drawing the lesson from the two devastating wars, Europeans were looking for institutions that would safeguard not only intranational, but also international cohesion.
If Europe is to be capable of protecting its interests and assuming its responsibilities in the world , and this has been a major preoccupati on of this Parliament , then it must first of all be internally cohesive .
The Community budget must not be a budget for a free-trade zone but , on the contrary , one for a political entity whose objective is greater internal cohesion in its dealings with the rest of the world .
Given the increasing dominance of capital cities as places that generate wealth, industry and jobs, particularly in certain new Member States and the strong correlation between GDP growth rates and inflation, the governments and civil society of the countries set to join the euro area should give particular consideration to the impact of the transition to the single currency on their internal cohesion
First , the common foreign and security policy has also to strength en the Union ' s internal cohesion and capacity to act .
But when it is opened up , all sorts of new relationships may be forced on it , upsetting internal cohesion .
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