The economic and political map of Europe will be dramatically altered by events recently witnessed and by projects soon to be completed. Economic boundaries on the map of the “new” Europe will be more faint as the removal of barriers to trade and factor movements approaches its scheduled completion in 1992. The economic map of the “new” Europe must also include many new countries in the wake of the political events of 1989. The challenge to economic researchers and policymakers is to help draw and understand this new economic and political landscape as well as to study its effects on the rest of the world.
KeywordsForeign Direct Investment Real Exchange Rate Multinational Corporation Global Trade Foreign Ownership
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