Economic Developments in 2001 - Economic growth slowed down and its structure changed in 2001

March 2002
Spring Report;2002, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p15
Reports on the economic developments in European Union (EU) countries as of 2001. Factors that have contributed to the economic slowdown in EU; Economic trends in 2001; Increase of the total trade in goods and services in 2001; Performance of general government revenue and expenditure in 2001.


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