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Economic Survey of Europe, 1998 No. 1

The Economic Survey of Europe

Since 1948 the Economic Survey of Europe provides regular, comprehensive analyses of economic developments and prospects in the entire ECE region. Following the radical changes in political regimes in the formerly Centrally Planned Economies of the ECE region, the Survey has since 1990 placed particular emphasis on developments in the countries in transition of eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union and the western response in terms of aid, trade and private investment.  Starting in 1998 the Survey is published in three issues (April, July, November), incorporating the Economic Bulletin for Europe.

Issue No. 1 of the 1998 Survey was submitted to the 53rd Session of the Economic Commission for Europe, 20-23 April 1998, and published shortly after the session (Sales No.: E.98.II.E.1).

Economic Survey of Europe, 1998 No. 1

For an overview of the Survey please see the

Press Release.

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Any data provided under the heading "Yugoslavia" relate to the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia which, in accordance with General Assembly Resolutions 47/1 and 47/229, cannot continue automatically the membership of the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and therefore
cannot be considered as a member of the UN or the UN/ECE.

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