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Publications: since 1999 (761 publications found)

China to face declining external demand

Waltraut Urban
wiiw China Report No. 1, June 2001

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Wirtschaftswachstum hat in Ost-Mitteleuropa Höhepunkt vorläufig überschritten (Reprint from: WIFO-Monatsberichte, Vol. 74, No. 5, May 2001)

Josef Pöschl
wiiw Research Report in German language No. 2001-05, May 2001

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Prospects for Development in South-East Europe (Reprint; first published by Bank Austria, Vienna, December 2000)

Vasily Astrov and Vladimir Gligorov
wiiw Research Report No. 276, April 2001
59 pages including 34 Tables and 1 Figure

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Development and Prospects of the Leather and Leather Products Sector in the Central and Eastern European Countries

Doris Hanzl-Weiss
wiiw Industry Study No. 2001/1, February 2001 plus free access to wiiw Industrial Database

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The Transition Economies: Externally Conditioned Improvements in 2000, Slowdowns and Adjustments Likely in 2001 and 2002

Leon Podkaminer
wiiw Research Report No. 275, February 2001
93 pages including 22 Tables and 5 Figures

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Industrial Specialization, Trade, and Labour Market Dynamics in a Multisectoral Model of Technological Progress

Robert Stehrer
wiiw Working Paper No. 15, January 2001

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Trade in Services in the Central and East European Countries

Roman Römisch
wiiw Research Report No. 274, January 2001
122 pages including 68 Tables and 5 Figures

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Chinese economy develops better than expected

Waltraut Urban
wiiw China Report No. 4, December 2000

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Recent FDI Trends, Policies and Challenges in South-East European Countries

Gabor Hunya
wiiw Research Report No. 273, December 2000
49 pages incuding 25 Tables and 3 Figures

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HUNGARY: Medium-term Forecast and Risk Assessment

Sandor Richter
wiiw Analytical Forecast No. 11-2000, November 2000

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