Poland learning to recognize foreign professionals

Fajtmann, Michele; Polujkis, Magdalena
January 2002
Warsaw Business Journal;1/14/2002, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p11
Reports that Poland has continued to make progress in its pledge to accept the acquis communautaiure, adoption of all relevant, regarding the recognition of professional qualifications. Compulsory requirement for European Union (EU) accession; Amendments of several laws to meet EU criteria; European Commission directives to address the full mobility of professionals in the EU.


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