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Les économies des « nouveaux pays membres » dans l'Union européenne

Sandor Richter and Claire Despréaux
Politique étrangère
Vol. 77, No. 3 (Automne 2012), pp. 561-572
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/42714624
Page Count: 12
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Abstract

L'entrée des cinq pays d'Europe centrale dans l'Union européenne s'est traduite par un bouleversement de la position économique de ces pays. Les échanges avec l'UE sont devenus dominants. Les investissements étrangers proviennent principalement des pays de l'Union au profit de ces États, qui ont aussi été les principaux bénéficiaires des transferts redistributifs dans l'UE. Ils ont en revanche des positions variées quant à la monnaie unique: certains l'ont adoptée quand d'autres montrent quelque réticence. The entrance of the five Central European countries into the EU has resulted in a disruption of their economic positions. Trade with the EU has become dominant. Foreign investments are mainly from EU countries for the benefit of those states who have also been the main beneficiaries of redistributive transfers within the EU. They, however, have different perspectives with respect to the single currency; some have adopted it while others show some reluctance.

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