Steel Sector In Poland And Its Condition After Accession To The European Union
Recent several years of Polish metallurgy have seen deep changes and bothorganizational and ownership transformations. Steel companies, frequently subject to restructuringand continuous improvement in their operation, developed a highly competitive position in theEuropean market. The requirements connected with Poland’s accession to the EU has considerablycontributed to positive changes which occurred in the sector. However, they had also impact on theextent to which Polish metallurgy was affected by the aftermath of world crisis.
Volume (Year): 2 (2010)
Issue (Month): 12 ()
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