TRADE AND ECONOMIC RELATIONS BETWEEN THE REPUBLIC OF BULGARIA AND THE STATE OF IZRAEL
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Svoboda Tosheva: South-west university "Neofit Rilski"
Economics and Management, 2011, vol. 7, issue 4, 9-14
The Bulgarian–Izraeli trade – economical relations have been successfully developed in the recent years. Both countries have some similar features, regarding the territory and the population. Meanwhile the differences in the level of development and the economical structure stay quite substantial. Izrael is a higly developed country with a diversified economy, based on the modern technologies. It has been weakly touched by the economical crisis in the recent years and has reached about 4% of growth of the BIP. In the frames of the world economy, It is ranged among the countries with a highly competitive import, a diversified foreign trade, as well as actively diveloping foreign trade relations. Regarding the competitiveness it has taken the 20th place in the world.
Keywords: foreign trade exchange of goods; low – contracted base; institutional mechanisms; investment activity (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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