How formerly Communist countries are specializing


While Romania and Bulgaria have specialized in traditional sectors, Central Europe has increased its specialization in highly human capital-intensive sectors, thanks mainly to road and rail transport, rubber and plastic products and household appliances. The formerly Communist countries have become an integral part of the European manufacturing system and play a crucial role in the production process. As regards technology-intensive sectors, on the other hand...

While Romania and Bulgaria have specialized in traditional sectors, Central Europe has increased its specialization in highly human capital-intensive sectors, thanks mainly to road and rail transport, rubber and plastic products and household appliances. The formerly Communist countries have become an integral part of the European manufacturing system and play a crucial role in the production process. As regards technology-intensive sectors, on the other hand…

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