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The Cross Border Cooperation between Romania and Hungary

Csoka, Gabriela-Elena (2018): The Cross Border Cooperation between Romania and Hungary. Published in: Proceedings of the 9th International Conference of Doctoral Students and Young Researchers , Vol. 6, No. 1 (17 December 2018): pp. 96-99.

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Abstract

Abstract: European territorial cooperation means a balanced development of the whole community area by encouraging cooperation and exchange of best practices among all the EU regions, which was organized across three axes: cross-border, transnational and inter-regional cooperation. Cross-border cooperation is not just about financing and creating infrastructure, but also aimed to strengthen cooperation: one of the most important concepts of cross-border cooperation programs is to facilitate the joint development of geographically related areas, sharing resources separated by artificial boundaries. Strengthening economic and social cohesion in the border region can be achieved by investing in business infrastructure by supporting cross-border business cooperation and tourism development between the two countries.

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