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Poland prepares its infrastructure and energy sources for Eurocup 2012 First economy of the former Eastern Block With population of more than 38 millions and economic growth estimated for about 3,5% in 2010, Poland is outlined as one of the markets with the highest investment potential between EU countries. There is a reason why this central European country is at this moment the greatest recipient of European funds, capturing in the period of 2007-2013 up to 67.300 millions euros, about 20% of total EU funds. Apart from harmonizing Polish development level with the one which represent other EU members, this financing will also help to modernize principal Polish manufactory sectors and prepare the country for access to eurozone, expected in 2015. Fully-authorized member of the EU since 2004, Poland has shown during these 8 years an unquestionable solidness, gaining the title of the first economy of the former Eastern Block. Even during the most difficult moments of actual financial crisis …

The new Regulations of Immigration facilitates the arrival to Spain of entrepreneurs and qualified workers. The new Regulation that has been developed by the Immigration Law came into effect on the 1st of July, after it was approved on the 15th of April by the Council of Ministers. The norm gives an answer to the challenges that are raised by a new migratory cycle and facilitates the arrival to our country of highly qualified foreign workers, entrepreneurs and PYMES (Small and medium sized companies) from strategic sectors. Amongst the main novelties that affect the foreign workers and companies is the new situation for investigators. The Regulation creates a new agile procedure of admission that will be resolved with a maximum time range of 45 days. It will also facilitate the automatic regrouping of family members without the need to wait a whole year to be able to start with all the procedures. On the other hand, it incorporates the European …

In a study published on 2011, April the 11th, 2011, the General Secretary of the OECD (Organization of Cooperation and Economic developments), Angel Gurria announced that the real growth of France should reach2 % in 2011. In a study published on 2011, April the 11th, 2011, the General Secretary of the OECD (Organization of Cooperation and Economic developments), Angel Gurria announced that the real growth of France should reach2 % in 2011. By raising its previous forecast, the OECD actually meets the figure announced by the French government. The recovery thus seems here engaged even if it still remains low towards the shock of the recession begun in 2008 which hardly affected both the public finances and the employment in France. The OECD seems all right with the IMF (International Monetary Fund) considering that the economic recovery will be slow. The domestic consumption is penalized by the purchasing power and by the strong unemployment rate especially for the young people …

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