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"How accession to the EU has affected External Trade and FDI in the Central European Economies"
This paper focuses on the process of re-integration of Central European countries (CEEC) into the world economy after the collapse of central planning. The paper traces the emerging architecture of commercial relations in Europe and argues that the biggest beneficiaries among CEECs were those who followed the path of radical liberal reforms.