Workshop on Studies for Northern Dimension Kalastajatorppa 30 - 31 May, 2002
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KeywordsNorthern Dimension; economic growth; institutions; Economic growth; Taloudellinen kasvu; Energy; Energia; Environment; Ympäristö; Regional development; Aluekehitys; Transport; Liikenne; Effectiveness of public services; Julkisten palvelujen vaikuttavuus; F150 - Economic Integration; F430 - Economic Growth of Open Economies; O100 - Economic Development: General; Q200 - Renewable Resources and Conservation: General; Q400 - Energy: General; R580 - Regional Development Policy;
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