Comments on: External Aspects of German Unification: The Polish View

  • John P. Hardt

Abstract

Dr. Budzinski’s paper on External Aspects of German Unification: The Polish View provides a useful critique on Germany focusing on the net advantages of change in production relations and resolution of the problems of a divided Europe. However, the broader problems from the viewpoint of Poland and other Central and East European countries may be the lack of, or slowness to move toward integration within Central and East Europe, all-Europe and into the global economy. The case should be made for a European Regional Market as a key to success of European economies in transition. Let me highlight the issues involved.

Keywords

Furnace Europe Transportation Income OECD 

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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1996

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