Central & Eastern Europe: Land of Opportunity
The commercial opportunities offered by the new EU accession countries are well-documented, but law firms looking to the future are finding a second wealth of opportunities in the remainder of the CEE, say Christoph Lindinger, Michael Lagler and Peter Feyl
The commercial markets of southeastern Europe may be disparate, but Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania, Serbia and Slovenia still have one thing in common: a steady rate of GDP growth. All of these economies grew by more than 3% in 2002 and projections for 2003 suggest continued growth of 3% to 5%.
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