This reference on the whole of Europe, from Gibraltar to Georgia, Andorra to Azerbaijan, provides both an analytical overview of the region and specific data for each of the 40 countries it comprises. Introductory chapters cover regional issues including: a regional review, with the year's trends, developments and key events; which EU countries have attracted the most and least Foreign Direct Investment; how national governments and the EU are addressing the issue of refugees and asylum; patterns of household debt and savings in Europe; and the impact of EU enlargement.;Comprehensive economic and business reports for each country include: political and economic surveys identifying the trends, developments, problems and solutions; country profiles, including information on economic sectors, political parties and systems, demographics and languages; key facts and analysis of vital statistics; a business guide offering practical information for visitors to the country, including local contact addresses; and key indicators setting out the country's key economic indicators between 1998 and 2003.Mobile phones Bulgaria has one of the lowest rates of mobile phone usage in Eastern Europe with around 7 per cent of the population owning a mobile phone. ... National airline: Balkan Airlines. lnternational airport/s: Sofia (SOF) Vrajdebna airport, 1 2 km from city centre. ... Road: The overall quality of the 1 3, 000km of roads linking the major cities is good but some roads are in poor repair. lnternationalanbsp;...
|Title||:||Europe Review 2003/04|
|Author||:||International Chamber of Commerce|
|Publisher||:||Kogan Page Publishers - 2003-11-01|