Spain – or the Kingdom of Spain, to give the country it’s official title is the second-largest country in the European Union after France. It measures up at around 506,000 square kilometers if you include the Canary Islands and the Spanish territories along the North African coastline. As of July 2019, Spain has a whopping 47 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the third-highest in the world. These sites include historic cities, monumental churches and more. Only Italy and China have more UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Spain was the world’s third most popular tourist destination in 2016 – after France and the US, attracting a jaw-dropping 75.6 million visitors.
Spain’s political and economic landscape over the last few years, the country remains a vital partner for the United States, both bilaterally and within the European region. Spain leads the way in Europe on Latin America, which can provide strategic synergies for U.S. exporters engaged in both Spain and Latin America. Spain’s vibrant economy and growing digital industry are also increasingly important aspects to furthering U.S.-Spain bilateral trade and investment.
In 2018 Canada imported $369B, making it the number 15 trade destination in the world.
In 2018 Spain exported a total of $330B, making it the number 15 exporter in the world.
Barcelona Building Construmat
Date : 01 - 03 Jun 2020
Place : Fira Barcelona Gran Via, Barcelona, Spain
Date: 02 - 05 Jun 2020
Place : Feria Valencia, Valencia, Spain