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Title: Bond markets and long-term interest rates in non-euro area member states of the European Union and in accession states
Abstract
The ECB has an obligation to provide statistical information of the highest quality to the public and this third edition of the publication 'Bond markets and long-term interest rates in non-euro area Member States of the European Union and in accession countries' serves to contribute to the performance of this task. This publication aims to inform policy-makers and the general public about recent developments in and the current structure of the national bond markets. As a consequence of the enlargement of the European Union on 1 May 2004 when ten new member states joined, the coverage of this third edition has been extended to include all thirteen non-euro area EU member states and two accession countries, Bulgaria and Romania. Therefore, statistics for Denmark, Sweden and the United Kingdom have been included for the first time. The publication now includes 15 national chapters, each of which is divided into five sections. Section 1 covers the size of the debt securities market by original maturity, sector of the issuer and currency of denomination. Section 2 provides an overview of activity in the primary and secondary markets, in terms of the methods for primary placements and the values and numbers of market transactions. This section also provides information on the liquidity of the secondary market. Section 3 focuses on certain features of individual long-term debt securities issued by the general government. Section 4 covers interest rates in order to obtain information on potential proxies. Finally, Section 5 briefly addresses issues related to securities market regulation. Data included in this publication have been reported until the end of September 2004. [Urheber s. Copyright]
Author (Corp. Body): European Central Bank
Year: 2004
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 1830-1657 | 1830-1665
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU expansionEuroretirement pensionmonetary unionbonds or stocks
Subject: European Community funds and financial instruments. EIBBenefit plans. PensionsCurrency. Monetary policy
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: EU Enlargement: not all it's cracked up to be
Abstract
The paper argues that the familiar pro-enlargement arguments deserve a critical examination. It investigates the impact of enlargement on British business; on the prospects for EU reform; and on the accession states themselves. From each perspective, the study finds that the supposed benefits of enlargement are much less than are often claimed. At the same time, there are significant difficulties that have received very little attention in the public debate. The paper cites several downsides to enlargement, such as the threat of further manufacturing job losses; the redistribution of EU structural funds; the expansion of the EU bureaucratic machinery; and the imposition of page after page of EU regulations on the newly liberalised economies of the east. The paper concludes that overall, enlargement is a poor deal for Britain; a poor deal for the EU itself; and a poor deal for the new member states. This is not to say that enlargement is all bad news. There will undoubtedly be some sort of boost to trade (although rather less than is often suggested). [Urheber s. Copyright]
Author: Walsh, James
Series Title: IoD Policy Paper
Publisher: Institute of Directors
Year: 2003
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 1-904520-04-9
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: unemploymentbureaucratizationEU expansionEuropean Structural FundGreat Britain
Subject: History of the European Communities. European ideaEuropean Community funds and financial instruments. EIBEmployment and unemployment
Countries Scheme: United Kingdom
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Title: Preparing for the absorption of the Structural Funds in Poland
Title (other): Critical overview and recommendations
Abstract
The paper calls for an immediate start on the Polish national development plan for the period beyond 2006. The plan must be fundamentally different from the current National development plan for 2004-2006. First of all, it must cover a longer time span and focus on domestic development objectives and circumstances. While it should take into account the evolving EU cohesion policy, it must nevertheless stem from consideration given to Poland's strategic interests. It should give much more priority to economic development and entrepreneurship. It should be based on a domestic structural economic transformation strategy as well as a domestic regional development policy. The intellectual approach to the issue of the EU funds must change. The experience of EU member states shows that it is not as important what percentage of the funds is spent - which is what the Polish government is focusing on - as whether they are spent sensibly. This should be the focus of planners and decision-makers. The system of managing programmes financed under the Structural Funds after 2006 should be decentralised and simplified. 16 and not just one regional development operating programme should be established and provincial authorities should be granted wider executive powers. The organising and legislative work should be intensified in the run-up to May 2004, i.e. the day of Poland's accession to EU membership, so as to best use the EU funds granted for 2004-2006. Changes are particularly needed in the system of public finances, IT and financial spending control systems and administration training. [Urheber s. Copyright]
Author: Grzegorz Grosse, Tomasz | Olbrycht, Jan
Series Title: Institute of Public Affairs / Analyses & Opinions; 7
Publisher: Instytut Spraw Publicznych
Year: 2003
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU expansionEuropean Structural Fundnational developmentPolandeconomic development (on national level)
Subject: European Community funds and financial instruments. EIBEconomic development. Economic growth
Countries Scheme: Poland
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Title: What makes regions in Eastern Europe catching up?
Title (other): The role of foreign investment, human resources and geography
Abstract
This paper analyses regional growth in eastern Europe in the second half of the 1990s, when regional disparities sharply increased. It aims to identify the factors behind growth and to investigate in particular the role of (foreign) investment, education and innovation as well as geographical factors in a model of economic growth. The key relationships are estimated with spatial econometric tools on empirical data for the period 1995-2000. The paper concludes that it was foreign direct investment and not capital accumulation as such, which was the main driving factor behind regional growth in eastern Europe. Second, there are clear agglomeration advantages and better resources (human capital, research, FDI) in capital areas, which make those regions growth leaders. In addition, EU border regions, where a large share of FDI is registered and intensive cross border relations have established, generally could enjoy higher growth. The location advantage of proximity to EU markets benefits these regions and puts others at a disadvantage. Third, one can observe regional clustering of growth: regions surrounded by high growth areas showed a high growth performance. Evidently, own innovation activity played an insignificant role for regional growth. By contrast technology transfer was the main source of productivity growth in Eastern European regions. Testing the technology gap model with human capital as a conditioning factor, the paper finds that this was a likely way of technology transfer. Above all, however, FDI has to be considered as a main channel of technology spillovers, the more so, if combined with human capital of higher level education. [Urheber s. Copyright]
Author: Tondl, Gabriele | Vuksic, Goran
Series Title: ZEI Working Paper; B03-12
Publisher: Zentrum für Europäische Integrationsforschung
Year: 2003
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: foreign investmentEU expansioneconometricsEastern Europeregional policy
Subject: European Community funds and financial instruments. EIBDevelopment plans. Regions
Countries Scheme: Eastern Europe. General Resources
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Title: Debate on the new EU cohesion policy: Recommendations for the Polish position
Abstract
Basic assumptions of the EU's new cohesion policy for the years 2007-2013 will be probably worked out by the end of 2003. Based on the current debate, one may assume that they will not contain any breakthrough changes. Corrections to the existing system might include introduction of transition periods for regions which for statistical reasons will no longer be eligible for structural assistance. The future cohesion policy will probably proceed in two principal directions. One will primarily encompass assistance to regions whose economy is lagging behind with a view to achieving a greater cohesion on the territory of the European Union. The other will be increasingly involved with the implementation of the Lisbon strategy, particularly with the development of knowledge-based economy and achievement of the so-called sustainable development. It is highly probable that the cohesion policy will be somewhat decentralised in favour of individual countries and regions. Key decisions in this area will be taken by the present member states before Poland joins the EU. Still, since Poland is the largest country among the new members of the enlarged Union, its voice would certainly be heard during the decision-making process. One should bear in mind that the new regional policy will be operating to a large extent precisely to serve Poland's developmental needs. This is why it is extremely important for the Polish government to join the debate on the shape of the new cohesion policy. [Urheber s. Copyright]
Author: Grosse, Tomasz Grzegorz | Olbrycht, Jan
Series Title: Analyses & Opinions; 10
Publisher: Instytut Spraw Publicznych
Year: 2003
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU expansionPolandregional policystructural policyeconomic development (on national level)
Subject: History of the European Communities. European ideaEuropean Community funds and financial instruments. EIBEconomic development. Economic growth
Countries Scheme: EASTERN EUROPE
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Title: Will EU Money Be the Tune for New Members' Catch-Up Song?
Abstract
The new member states should not expect EU money to lead to miracles. The most important ingredients of catch-up growth are a stable macroeconomic framework; supply-side policies that help markets to adjust quickly; and a well-trained, flexible workforce. EU aid will only make a positive contribution to growth in the region if it is firmly integrated into such an environment. According to Eurostat figures, average per capita GDP in the 10 east European candidate countries now stands at around 40% of the EU average. The gap between the average EU income level and that of the candidate countries has widened considerably since 1989. The EU's real GDP grew by 30% between 1989 and 2002, whereas for the 10 East European accession countries the increase amounted to only 8% during the same period. Available evidence suggests quite strongly that the accession countries have followed the pattern of the Mediterranean countries, in that recent economic growth has gone hand in hand with a marked widening of regional income differentials. The fastest growth has occurred in the regions centred on capital cities and in those geographically close to the EU. Smaller towns, rural areas, and the eastern parts of the accession countries have generally lagged behind, with poverty, high unemployment, and a lack of competitive industries characterising the regions along the EU's future eastern border with Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine. If current trends continue, regional differences in the East European countries will continue to widen. There is therefore a prima facie case for the EU to concentrate its regional development efforts on the poorer, eastern regions of the new member states. Under current EU rules, regions with a per capita GDP of less than 75% of the EU average automatically qualify for EU regional aid under the so-called Objective 1 facility. This means that almost the entire area of all the east European countries will be eligible for EU aid. If the EU maintained the current extent of redistribution (net paymen
Author: Barysch, Katinka
Series Title: Transition / The World Bank
Publisher: World Bank Group
Year: 2003
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 1020-5470
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU expansionmacroeconomicseconomic growth
Subject: History of the European Communities. European ideaEuropean Community funds and financial instruments. EIBEconomic and growth policies
Countries Scheme: EASTERN EUROPE
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Title: Evaluation of Transport Projects in Central and Eastern Europe
Abstract
The report covers the European Investment Bank's (EIB) portfolio of completed transport projects in central and eastern Europe financed between 1990 and 1999, inclusive. During this period, the Bank financed 58 projects for a total disbursed amount of some u00804.9 billion. Of this, approximately 65% went to roads, 27% to railways, 6% to air transport and 2% to ports. The distribution between countries reflected their size, population and economic importance, with most funding going to the Czech Republic, Poland and Romania. All projects contributed significantly to the EU's key transport policy objectives, with a particular focus on infrastructure in urgent need of rehabilitation. Most of the ten projects examined in-depth were completed to specification, largely on time and on budget, with cost overruns of less than 15% of the original estimate. Only two projects suffered from much higher costs than forecast; attributable to a combination of inaccurate unit prices, latent road foundation problems and rampant domestic inflation. There were problems with bureaucratic and administrative delays in establishing guarantees, and procurement: delays of more than one year to the start of construction were not uncommon. The works were generally carried out to a high standard and should have a full working life if properly maintained. However, there are concerns that available funds for maintenance from central government may not be adequate, which would affect the sustainability of seven out of the ten projects. Nine out of the ten projects benefited from technical assistance, which was an EIB funding condition, and which facilitated the implementation of the projects. Five of these promoters, all in the roads sector, still rely on external assistance to implement EIB funded projects. Most of the projects were affected by significant changes in the pattern of transport demand during the transition. However, the Bank's projections were normally closer to the real situation than the promoters'. In terms of overal
Series Title: Evaluation Report
Author (Corp. Body): European Investment Bank
Year: 2003
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU expansioninfrastructureEast Central Europeroad networktransportation policy
Subject: History of the European Communities. European ideaEuropean Community funds and financial instruments. EIBTransport networks
Countries Scheme: EASTERN EUROPESOUTHERN EUROPE
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Title: Enlargement/Agenda 2000-Watch
Abstract
On 1 May 2004 the EU will enlarge to 25 member states. Member states are uncertain what they will gain or lose from enlargement and they are concerned about the implications for the functioning of the EU. Talk is even of enlargement as a 'leap in the dark'. The reports in this study deal with these issues as well as with reforms of EU institutions and policies discussed by the European Convention. The study evaluates the outcome of accession negotiations from the perspective of 13 member states and four acceding countries. The reports show that the governments of the member states and the acceding countries think that the overall deal, i.e. the terms of accession, are a good compromise. Double standards in Common Agricultural Policy remain controversial although the EU will gradually introduce direct payments for farmers in the new member states, although below levels for the current 15 members. Earlier criticism is repeated regarding transition periods that have been claimed by current member states (e.g. in chapters like transport and movement of workers) and where the EU used superior bargaining power. Austria is dissatisfied with the partial extension of the eco-point system for road transport of heavy goods. In quantitative terms, transition periods claimed by acceding countries by far outnumber those claimed by the member states. However, the transitions granted indicate different economic capacities and also diverging political preferences of both negotiation parties. [Urheber s. Copyright]
Series Title: Enlargement/Agenda 2000-Watch ; 6/2003
Author (Corp. Body): Institut für Europäische Politik
Year: 2003
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 1610-6458
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: agricultural policyEU expansioninstitutional changeconstitutioneconomic policy
Subject: History of the European Communities. European ideaEuropean Community institutionsEuropean Community funds and financial instruments. EIBEconomic policy and planningAgricultural policy. Agricultural development
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: The Impact of EU Enlargement on Member States:
Title (other): a CGE Approach
Abstract
This paper seeks to analyse the impact of European Union enlargement on accession countries and current EU as a whole, using a Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) model. Its aim is to provide an assessment of the impact of enlargement on the size and efficiency of firms and the varieties of products offered to consumers on the one side, quantify the macroeconomic effects in terms of welfare and factor prices (in particular wages) and gauge which sectors will be most heavily affected and in which countries production is more likely to relocate. It finds that the impact on current EU members is negligible, whereas accession countries will face huge and not always beneficial consequences. Future enlargement raises several concerns in current EU members. The huge disparities between accession countries and current member states in terms of per capita income will have several consequences. Regions currently benefiting from Objective 1 support risk losing EU structural funds, while such inequalities might lead to movements of people and/or relocation of labour intensive industries. However, liberalisation of markets has been developing for at last ten years up to now, and east-west trade patterns have already dramatically changed. The EU is already the main trading partner of the accession countries, and adjustments have taken place, mostly via FDI flows and plant relocation. In the same way, convergence will reduce competitive pressure and enlarge the markets. Lastly, limited migration flows are expected due to the high adjustment that cost immigrants have to bear and to negative network effects, and at least in the short run, by the institutional barrier to labour mobility. All in all the process should be rather smooth for current EU members. The potential impact is much larger for accession countries, which will join a hugely integrated area. It is difficult to assess a priori what will be the behaviour of firms, which will face a dramatic change in the scale of their playing field, in terms of investment, mark
Author: Bchir, Hedi | Fontagné, Lionel | Zanghieri, Paolo
Series Title: Working paper / CEPII ; 2003-10
Publisher: Centre d'Études Prospectives et d'Informations Internationales
Year: 2003
Language: en | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU expansionEuropean integrationeconomy
Subject: History of the European Communities. European ideaEuropean Community funds and financial instruments. EIBEconomic policy and planning
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: The Financial and Budgetary Impact of Enlargement and Accession
Abstract
The financial arrangements for the accession of 10 new member states made at the Copenhagen European Council in December 2002 and confirmed in the Accession Treaty signed in Athens in April 2003 will pose significant financial problems for these countries in the short-term. These result from the cumulation of contributions to own resources, pre- and co-financing of EU programmes and the implementation of the acquis communautaire as well as the slow absorption capacity of these countries. In the longer term they will help to underpin more rapid growth through the support that they will provide to infrastructure development. Long-term positive effects will only be realised, however, if domestic policy in these countries adapts to the receipt of large unrequited transfers. The European Union objective of keeping tight control of financial transfers was achieved through a refusal to negotiate reductions in contributions to own resources on the one hand and adherence to the Berlin financial framework on the other. The candidate countries were unable to break down this defence, partly because of their unwillingness to co-operate in the negotiations. However, the difficult fiscal situation of several EU member states with respect to the Maastricht EMU conditions was a strong constraint on generosity. [Urheber s. Copyright]
Author: Mayhew, Alan
Series Title: SEI Working Paper ; 65
Publisher: Sussex European Institute
Year: 2003
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU expansionfinancial planningbudgetary policy
Subject: History of the European Communities. European ideaEuropean Community funds and financial instruments. EIBTaxation. Fiscal policy
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Estimates of Fundamental Real Exchange Rates for the Five EU Pre-Accession Countries
Abstract
Are there indications of real exchange rate misalignment in the case of the five pre- accession countries? Will stable real exchange rates, required by two of the Maastricht criteria, be in line with economic fundamentals in the pre-Economic and monetary union period in these countries? In order to address these questions, we employ the concept of the fundamental real exchange rate, taking into account the specific features of countries in the advanced stage of transition. The fundamental real exchange rate model approximates the integration gain with the impact of foreign direct investment on trade and allows for larger current account deficits if external debt is below a safety limit. The model coefficients are calibrated according to our previous econometric work. Sensitivity tests are used to deal with uncertainty about the baseline assumptions. According to the fundamental real exchange rates, there were signs of overvaluation for all the pre-accession economies, with the exception of Slovenia, at the end of 2001. The second main finding relates to the feasibility of stable real exchange rates in the pre- Economic and monetary union period. Stability of real exchange rates will not automatically be in line with economic fundamentals in the forthcoming period and, moreover, the fundamental real exchange rate s do not move in one direction in all the pre-accession countries. This finding suggests that some flexibility of exchange rates will be needed in the forthcoming period. [Urheber s. Copyright]
Author: ?mídková, Katerina | Barrell, Ray | Holland, Dawn
Series Title: Working Paper series / Czech National Bank ; 3/2002
Publisher: Ceská Národní Banka
Year: 2002
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: Monetary unionEU expansionrate of exchangeeconomic development (on national level)
Subject: History of the European Communities. European ideaEuropean Community funds and financial instruments. EIBEconomic development. Economic growth
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: An evaluation of Phare-financed programmes in support of SMEs : Final synthesis report
Author: Monck, Charles | Bateman, Milford | Kudela, Jean-Jacques
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Amt für Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid
Year: 2000
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU enlargementEU countriesSmall and medium-sized enterprisesEastern Europe
Subject: European Community funds and financial instruments. EIBMedium and small industries
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesEastern Europe. General Resources
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Title: An evaluation of Phare-financed programmes - Bulgaria
Title (other): Final report, September 1999
Author (Corp. Body): RDH/LDK Consortium
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Amt für Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid
Year: 2000
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: BulgariaEU enlargementEU countriesSmall and medium-sized enterprises
Subject: European Community funds and financial instruments. EIBMedium and small industries
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesBulgaria
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Title: An evaluation of Phare-financed programmes - Czech Republic
Title (other): Final report, December 1999
Author (Corp. Body): RDH/LDK Consortium
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Amt für Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid
Year: 2000
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU enlargementEU countriesSmall and medium-sized enterprisesCzech Republic
Subject: European Community funds and financial instruments. EIBMedium and small industries
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesCzech Republic
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Title: An evaluation of Phare-financed programmes - Estonia
Title (other): Final report, December 1999
Author (Corp. Body): RDH/LDK Consortium
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Amt für Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid
Year: 2000
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU enlargementEU countriesEstoniaSmall and medium-sized enterprises
Subject: European Community funds and financial instruments. EIBMedium and small industries
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesEstonia
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Title: An evaluation of Phare-financed programmes - Hungary
Title (other): Final report, September 1999
Author (Corp. Body): RDH/LDK Consortium
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Amt für Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid
Year: 2000
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU enlargementEU countriesSmall and medium-sized enterprisesHungary
Subject: European Community funds and financial instruments. EIBMedium and small industries
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesHungary
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Title: An evaluation of Phare-financed programmes - Latvia
Title (other): Final report, December 1999
Author (Corp. Body): RDH/LDK Consortium
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Amt für Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid
Year: 2000
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU enlargementEU countriesSmall and medium-sized enterprisesLatvia
Subject: European Community funds and financial instruments. EIBMedium and small industries
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesLatvia
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Title: An evaluation of Phare-financed programmes - Lithuania
Title (other): Final report, December 1999
Author (Corp. Body): RDH/LDK Consortium
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Amt für Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid
Year: 2000
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU enlargementEU countriesSmall and medium-sized enterprisesLithuania
Subject: European Community funds and financial instruments. EIBMedium and small industries
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesLithuania
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Title: An evaluation of Phare-financed programmes - Poland
Title (other): Final report, October 1999
Author (Corp. Body): RDH/LDK Consortium
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Amt für Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid
Year: 2000
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU enlargementEU countriesSmall and medium-sized enterprisesPoland
Subject: European Community funds and financial instruments. EIBMedium and small industries
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesPoland
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Title: An evaluation of Phare-financed programmes - Romania
Title (other): Final report, January 2000
Author (Corp. Body): RDH/LDK Consortium
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Amt für Zusammenarbeit EuropeAid
Year: 2000
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU enlargementEU countriesSmall and medium-sized enterprisesRomania
Subject: European Community funds and financial instruments. EIBMedium and small industries
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesRomania
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