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This background report, prepared by the Swiss Delegation, describes Switzerland’s tourism policy.
This conference was co-organised with the Romanian SME Agency, the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Stability Pact. Bucharest, Romania, 26 May 2004.
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Australia has had one of the strongest performing economies of the world in recent years. As a high-growth, low-inflation, low-interest rate economy, it is more robust than ever before.
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Background document of Mexico's national tourism policy review.
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Ireland is one of the most open economies in Europe. International trade is the life-blood of its prosperity. It has come through the recent international economic downturn better than most. Over the past decade, Ireland's macroeconomic policies, including fiscal management, tax reforms, incomes policies and investment in education, have laid the foundation for a virtuous circle, reinforcing growth and strengthening the resilience
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Background report on the Review of Japan's national tourism Policy.
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Background report on the Review of Korea's National Tourism Policy.
For the seventh year, the Central European Initiative (CEI) opens its doors to the business and financial community, focusing on the needs of entrepreneurs investing in central and eastern Europe. This event will address four main areas of interest running simultaneously across two days.
Eurocities and the European Commission’s PAXIS programme have launched this pilot project to develop the concept of the European Day of the Entrepreneur (EDE) and to built on the experiences of the cities that organise entrepreneurial events at local level.
Youth Employment Summit (YES) Mexico 2004 will be an important milestone for evaluating global progress on youth employment where national strategies will be shared within the context of YES Framework for Action. The LEED Programme has been invited to participate in this event.