Trade in Southeast Europe: Recent Trends and Some Policy Implications.
The European Journal of Comparative Economics 2006, Dec, 3, 2
The European Journal of Comparative Economics
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1. Background Trade liberalisation in Southeast Europe (SEE) has been strongly promoted by the European Union (EU) in recent years, as part of its initiatives aimed at stimulating regional cooperation among the SEE countries. Although regional cooperation in SEE has been a declared objective of the EU since as early as 1996, when the EU formulated its 'Regional Approach' for the western Balkan countries--Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, FYR Macedonia and FR Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro) due to adverse political conditions in the region very little progress had been achieved. After the end of the Kosovo war, in mid-1999, the EU launched the Stabilisation and Association Process (SAP) for the five countries of the western Balkans--or the SEE-5--which explicitly requires that these countries implement regional cooperation in various areas.
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- Category: Finance
- Published: 01 December 2006
- Publisher: Mario Rostoni Library - Universita Carlo Cattaneo- LIUC
- Print Length: 48 Pages
- Language: English