No pot of gold waiting at end of EU rainbow, bank report warns

Johnstone, Chris
April 2003
Prague Business Journal;4/28/2003, Vol. 8 Issue 16, p19
Academic Journal
Analyzes the economic implication of the Czech Republic's entry in the European Union (EU). Trade benefits provided by the country's EU membership; Factors that will influence the country's economic status after becoming a member of the EU.


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