non-EU

non-EU

adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) from outside the European Union
Translations

non-EU

[ˌnɒniːˈjuː] ADJ [citizen, passport] → no comunitario; [imports] → de fuera de la Unión Europea
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Number of bids received: 9 number of bids received by smes (smes - smes): 9 number of bids received from non-eu bidders: 0 number of bids received from non-eu bidders: 0 by electronic means number of offers received: 9
Of the 512 million people living in the EU in 2018, 7.8% are with nationality different from their than their country of residence: 3.4% are with nationality from another EU Member State and 4.4% are from non-EU country.
BRUSSELS, July 29 (KUNA) -- The European Commission Monday released a report on its overall approach to equivalence in the area of financial services with non-EU countries.
The fear is that, in the event of a no-deal Brexit, EU rules could cause regulation problems if too many shares are held in non-EU countries.
The statistical service of the EU found that in 2017, 3,956 people with Cypriot citizenship moved to Cyprus, 18.6 per cent of all immigrants, 9,315 or 43.7 per cent from other EU countries and 8,035 or 37.7 per cent from non-EU countries, a total of 21,306 persons.
The information day is held on February 28.The Migration Information Centre of the International Organisation for Migration (IOM MIC) will hold another information day for all non-EU citizens seeking advice on residence and employment in Slovakia.The free counselling will be available on February 28 between 9:00 and 14:00 at the Foreigners' Police Department on Regruacutetska 4, Bratislava.
THE number of non-EU nationals working in the UK has jumped by more than 100,000 to a record high, official figures have revealed.
In 2000 the then Tanaiste was claiming there were 40,000 vacancies here and 200,000 new non-EU workers would be needed by 2006.
Brexit won't curb immigration NET immigration has hit 244,000 after the biggest rise in non-EU arrivals for six years.
Summary: Arrival growth from secondary (non-EU) source markets contributed 3.8ppts to the overall growth of 18.8% y/y.
For the 13 non-EU member countries as of 2005 (for which ICRG reported risk ratings, namely, Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bulgaria, Croatia, Iceland, Moldova, Norway, Romania, Serbia and Montenegro, Switzerland, Ukraine), the risk scores from 2005 of the non-EU members were paired against their scores in 2003.