Gross, Michael
May 2008
Travel & Leisure;May2008, Vol. 38 Issue 5, p194
The article features the city of Vienna in Austria. Psychiatrist and neurologist Erhard Suess analyzes the forces reshaping the city, including investments in economic and infrastructural developments in Eastern European markets. The country's immigration laws and economic policies were liberalized following Austria's membership with the European Union.


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