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Trade Wars

Discussions about TTIP demonstrate that after centuries of trade wars, European nations are well aware of how trade agreements can affect their economies. Martin Ehl showcases the changing face of competition through the ages.
Central Europe has always been a crossroads of trade, quite often of goods produced elsewhere. Customs and trade rulers were thus important parts of the local economy. Simultaneously, what are now considered Visegrad countries, were also part of individual, at times larger, economies or trading blocs such as the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and Comecom.
With the exception of the twenty years between the two world wars …read more

Source: Visegrad Insight

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