Euroregion Bílé-Biele Karpaty

May 2004
Czech Business & Trade;2004, Issue 5/6, p26
Trade Publication
Provides information on Euroregion Bile-Biele Karpaty, located in an area close the Czech-Slovak border. Establishment of the Euroregion in 2000 by the Czech Bile Karpaty region and the Slovak Biele Karpaty Region; Development of cross-border region in environmental and urban planning, agriculture and forestry, economy, employment and human resources, and healthcare and social care; Objectives in the first part of its program development and institutional stabilization.


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