Foreign Direct Investments In Bulgaria: Main Results Of Foreign Investors Surveys
The paper presents some main results obtained from a survey of foreign investors in Bulgaria conducted at the end of year 2009. The goal of the survey was to reveal and outline various aspects and effects of the operation of foreign controlled companies on the improvement of inter-firm relations during the continuing restructuring of Bulgarian economy after the official EC membership since 2007. А comparison with results from a similar survey conducted in 2001 is derived in order to assess the main shifts occurred in respect of these effects during the EU accession period.
Volume (Year): 58 (2011)
Issue (Month): (november)
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