We Want an Active Part in Co-decision-making

Zimmermann, Petr
January 2008
Czech Business & Trade;2008, Issue 01/02, p24
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the economic development of Plzen Region, Czech Republic. He cites the role of quality of infrastructure and labor force in the region's industrial and entrepreneurial tradition. He also identifies the function of the region to guarantee the proper functioning of all institutions under its competence.


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