Impact Of Service Commerce Liberalization On The Activity Of Tourism Agencies
Throughout time practice has demonstrated that the performance and competitivity of countries in certain fields of activity is mainly generated by the countries’ ability to develop partnerships and strategic alliances based on free flow of goods, capital and people. Such a model, nevertheless this time on a much larger scale is the European Union itself, which has from its birth supported and promoted partnerships, free trade and common monetary policies via stimulation of investments of any type and in any segment of activity.
Volume (Year): 5 (2010)
Issue (Month): 1 (March)
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