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Възможности и перспективи пред външнотърговските отношения на България с държавите от Субсахарска Африка

Marinov, Eduard (2017): Възможности и перспективи пред външнотърговските отношения на България с държавите от Субсахарска Африка. Published in: (July 2017): pp. 1-154.

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Abstract

The book presents to its readers a brief, yet comprehensive analysis of Bulgaria’s trade relations with Sub-Saharan African countries aiming to outline the opportunities for Bulgarian business revealed by this relatively unknown in our country region, which is quite neglected in the last decades. The publication is prepared within project “Opportunities and Prospects for Bulgarian Trade Relations with the Sub-Saharan Africa” financed by the Program for Support of Young Scientists at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences under Contract No. DFNP-24/20.04.2016. The study analyses the trade relations of Bulgaria with the countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. Subject of the study are the real participation and attitudes of Bulgarian business as well as the dynamics, commodity structure and direction of trade with these countries. The aim of the publication is to identify the potential benefits and possible priority actions in the field of trade cooperation on the part of both Bulgarian companies and the government to redevelop trade relations with Sub-Saharan Africa in the context of the EU’s policy towards the region. In addition, the study aims to identify opportunities and support the state in formulating policies and instruments to achieve trade expansion on these markets. The book has been developed to provide in a systematic and comprehensible way information of the current state and the prospects of Bulgarian foreign trade relations with Sub-Saharan African countries to politicians, government officials, business representatives, the academic community and the general public

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