TITLE

Danube River - A Central axis of the European Union

AUTHOR(S)
NEDEA, Petronela-Sonia; MILEA, Oana-Maria; PASCU, Emilia
PUB. DATE
October 2012
SOURCE
International Journal of Academic Research in Accounting, Financ;2012 Special Issue 1, Vol. 2, p216
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The Danube, the second largest European river, has become a central axis of the enlarged EU and the Black Sea Region. Therefore, considering its strategic role, the optimization of the Danube transport is of major importance and the co-operation between riparian countries will be an important catalyst for the economic development of the region. The optimization of the transport along Danube is dependent on a number of factors, which are interdependent and must be analyzed. Therefore, the present analysis goes beyond the context of Romania and inevitably becomes horizontal and relevant to other European countries.
ACCESSION #
91702376

 

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