Transport Issues and Problems in Southeastern Europe
Ashgate, 2004 - Transportation - 293 pages
Transport, both as an industry and as a policy area, is an unquestionably important factor in European economic development and has played a particular role in the post-war European integrative process. European goods and people are more mobile than ever before and transport policy has emerged as one of the few dynamic policy areas, whose origins date back to the Treaty of Rome itself.For many years, the primary role of the Common Transport Policy has been to remove the technical and institutional barriers that exist between the member states and this Policy continues to be a major aspect for Europe, and one of the most important agenda points in the discussions with the acceding countries for the adoption of the acquis communautaires. The Trans-European Network (TEN) has gradually arisen as one of the driving forces for the achievement of growth, competitiveness and employment.
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