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International Studies: Interdisciplinary Cultural and Political Journal

Abstract

The rapid economic transformation in Central and Eastern Europe, modelled on Western economies and based, in some aspects, on neoliberal principles, Has found the region’s countries to a bigger (Eastern European countries) or lesser (Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary) degree unprepared. The resulting economic recession, especially in Russia, has had an adverse effect on mutual trade between Poland and Russia. In order to improve economic relations with Russia and increase the trade volume, Poland, remaining within the bounds of EU standards and regulations, needs to adapt the commodity structure of Polish exports to the needs of the Russian market.

Keywords

system transformation, Polish-Russian economic relations, economic policy, economic transformation in Central-Eastern Europe

First Page

23

Last Page

31

Language

eng

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