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Towards a Concerted Economic Strategy in the Mediterranean

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Oct 06, 2015 / 0 Comments

Despite their geographical and cultural proximity, Europe and Southern and Eastern Mediterranean Countries (SEMC) have still not developed a real common economic strategy, as Japan managed to do in the 1960s in Asia, or Germany in the 1990s with Central and Eastern European countries. Yet each region could draw solutions from the other’s territory to address its own challenges.


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Martin Fleury

Economist and founding partner of R.M.D.A.


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