Economic development, relations and cooperation between the Slovak and Czech Republic
The submitted paper evaluates and balances general development of the Slovak Re public and the Czech Re public with emphasis on develop ment of political situation, development of basic macro economical indicator and changes in Slovak- Czech relation and cooperation. Signifi cant changes in the transformation period lead towards democratic sys tem in the Central European area have a major infl uence upon the devel opment of the Slovak Re public and the Czech Re public. Political and eco nomi cal de velopment in these countries and their cooperation was diff e rent and the lot of partial factors limited it (economical indicators and indicators of Slo vak-Czech relations and cooperation too, e.g. foreign trade, labour migration, etc.). Inte gration of Europe enables rising limitless socio-economical development, while role of bor der lines as unnatural barriers has been reduced. Regions have a new possibility of spatially limitless development regardless of their position in the country.
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Volume (Year): 2008 (2008)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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