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Economy of Turkey

According to estimates, Turkey’s GDP in 2002 at purchasing power parity of currencies was $468 billion, GDP per capita was $7,000. GDP and GDP per capita at the current exchange rate in 2001 were $147.7 billion and $2,124, respectively. According to the World Bank classification, Turkey belongs to the subgroup of low-income countries and ranks… Read More »

Economy of Switzerland

According to cheeroutdoor, Switzerland is a technologically advanced country with a market economy. The economy is focused on the production of high-quality specialized products (within its own “production niche”), most of which is intended for sale on the world market (its own “marketing niche”). The country continues to be one of the world’s largest financial… Read More »

Economy of Sweden

For 100 years, Sweden from a backward and one of the poorest countries in Europe, as it was in the middle. In the 19th century, where 70% of the population was employed in agriculture, it turned into one of the most developed industrial countries in the world with a high standard of living for the… Read More »

Economy of Spain

According to cheeroutdoor, Spain is an industrial-agrarian country with a developed, large-scale and diversified economy. In 2002, in terms of GDP ($796 billion at PPP), it ranked 5th in Western Europe and 13th in the world. GDP per capita – $ 19,400, which is 85% of the average level of the 4 leading European countries.… Read More »

Economy of Slovenia

Immediately after the declaration of independence, Slovenia spoke in favor of a transition to a modern social market economy and integration into Western European structures. As in other post-socialist countries, the economy in Slovenia at the beginning. 1990s experienced an economic downturn. The economy was negatively affected by the loss of former markets in the… Read More »

Economy of Slovakia

After a transformational decline at the initial stage of reforms (during 1990–93, the country’s GDP fell by almost 1/4), the Slovak economy has been restoring the progressive dynamics of development since 1994; the level of the last pre-reform year (1989) was surpassed in terms of GDP in 2001 (by 9%). In 2001, Slovakia’s GDP amounted… Read More »

Economy of Serbia

According to cheeroutdoor, Serbia and Montenegro is a moderately developed industrial-agrarian state with a predominance of private property. Industry and construction give St. 2/5 of social production, agriculture – 1/4. The share of the service sector is growing. In 2001, 42% of GDP was produced in the private sector, 30% in mixed enterprises, and 28%… Read More »

Economy of Russia

Macroeconomic policy. At the beginning of the 21st century, according to cheeroutdoor, the Russian economy as a whole completed its adaptation to market forms of management and began to gradually overcome the transformational recession that had dragged on since the early 1990s. The crisis of 1998, which, on the one hand, began an influx of… Read More »

Economy of Romania

In 1990 liberal market reforms began in the country. GDP in 2002 was $46 billion (82% by 1990). In terms of GDP per capita (about 2 thousand dollars), according to cheeroutdoor, Romania is almost 5 times inferior to the average in the EU. The number of employed people is 8.5 million people. (78% by 1990);… Read More »

Economy of Portugal

According to cheeroutdoor, Portugal is an industrial-agrarian country, one of the relatively underdeveloped economically in Western Europe. In 1974–75 the economy underwent profound transformations. The largest industrial and financial companies were nationalized. After joining the EU in 1986, the economy became more diversified with the predominant development of the service sector. The process of re-privatization… Read More »