Every government wants to achieve the necessary objectives timely and in defined manner.
The primary objective, however, remains realization of economic stability. When talking about stability, we take into account the relation with other influential factors with it for both positive and negative sides. The aim of this chapter is a significant manifestation that will be the link between economic stability and development of the country’s urban infrastructure, water supply, sanitation, sewerage, better working conditions, etc., that is, keeping in mind the main objective: fair development among regions by utilizing all capacities and advantages.
KeywordsUrban development Infrastructure Stability
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