List of aid activities in CEECs/NIS, 2003

September 2005
Creditor Reporting System on Aid Activities -- Systeme de notifi;Sep2005, Vol. 2005 Issue 5, p18
Academic Journal
The section presents a list of economic aid activities in Central and Eastern European Countries in 2003. It includes conventions, social infrastructure and services, economic infrastructure and services, production sectors.


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