Impact of EU Enlargement on Western Balkans Discussed at Bled

Bled, 22 October - Slowly but steadily, the political and economic situation of countries in SE Europe has been improving, yet the region still has an array of challenges to deal with, such as high unemployment, poor integration of regional markets and a relatively small amount of investment, chief economic adviser of London's PriceWaterhouseCoopers Rosemary A. Radcliffe told a session of the Regional Business Meeting Point (RBMP) which focussed on the Western Balkans.

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