Transition Report 2003
Integration and Regional Cooperation
- European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)
The Transition Report is a unique source of information on economic developments in eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. It is published by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, drawing on its extensive experience as the largest investor in the region.
In 2004 eight countries from eastern Europe will join the European Union. This year's Transition Report focuses on the impact that this will have not only on the new member countries but also on the countries left outside. How will it affect current trade patterns between eastern Europe and the rest of the world, and what are the options for the non-EU members? Should there be a Free Trade Area for a wider Europe? And what role can regional trade blocs play?
Looks at how EU accession will affect the movement of capital and labour
Examines current levels of foreign direct investment and assesses the policy changes that are needed to increase investor interest throughout the region
Provides estimates of probable labour flows following EU enlargement and investigates whether a liberalisation of rules is needed to encourage greater mobility across the region
Country-by-country assessment of the latest economic progress in each of the EBRD's 27 countries of operations and macroeconomic forecasts for the following year
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