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Creare si deturnare de comert datorita extinderii Uniunii Europene. Analiza econometrica - Creation and Trade Diversion Due to EU Enlargement. Econometric Analysis (Romanian Version)

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Current trends of the world’s economy is characterized by the institutionalization of trade policy rules, as a result of the formation of trading blocs that determine the main directions of world trade. In trade policy, sovereign states, take into account the general state of the economy and the trends that have appeared in international economic relations. The volume presents the effects produced in foreign trade (trade creation and diversion), in the context of regional trade regulations (EU trade policy). No. pg. 110

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This book is provided by Editura Lumen, Department of Economics in its series Books of European Integration with number 3 and published in 2006.
Volume: 1
Edition: 1
Handle: RePEc:lum:bookeu:3
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