External Aspects of German Unification: The Polish View
It concerns one of Poland’s largest trade partners. United Germany’s share in Polish exports and imports amounts to some 20%. Germany is also Poland’s main creditor, supplier of technology and partner in exchange of capital, labor and tourists;
The unification of Germany is taking place at a time of other historical changes in Europe. New democracies are emerging in Eastern Europe — the part of the old continent which for over 40 years was ruled by communist regimes building political and economic walls dividing Europe.
KeywordsRegional Cooperation Polish View East European Country External Aspect Polish Economy
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