Transport Sector Development Permformance: Albanian Case
Albanian economy, is progressing to achieve its own major improving the overall wellbeing and at the same time to fulfill the obligations for regional and European integration. There is a gap between the demands of country development and the situation in the transport sector. Being conscious for the importance than Transport sector has in the country development, a lot has been done during these years, but still there is along way to go on....This paper describes in details the progress done and it clearly report on the challenges of Albanians in this sector. At the ends some recommendation is give in context of Public- Private partnership, reconstruction and concession.
Volume (Year): 1 (2010)
Issue (Month): 15 (November)
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