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Bucharest Business Week
Bucharest Business Week is Romania's national English-language business newspaper.

Invest Romania
The InvestRomania website promotes worldwide the Romanian economic climate and business opportunities. It covers Romania's financial and legal system, privatisation, trends in foreign trade development, and important Romanian economic and political leaders.

Business Environment - Romania
Snapshot of the business environment for the Romanian economy, from the World Bank

Investment in Russia
Data on Russia economy, economic developments and forecasts

Business Environment - Russian Federation
Snapshot of the business environment for the Russian economy, from the World Bank

Doing Business in Russia (HLBI)
Guide on Russia from HLB International, which has produced a series of international booklets on accounting, taxation and company law information.

Guide to Slovakia
Slovakia Document Store - Panorama.sk - Guide to Slovakia

Slovakia Investor Resources
The Slovakia Investor Resources web site offers help to potential foreign investors in Slovakia. It contains a list of significant investments, sorted by the country of the company's HQ location. Also links to government agencies and business resources about the Slovak economy.

Business Environment - Slovak Republic
Snapshot of the business environment for the Slovak economy, from the World Bank

Doing Business and Investing in Slovakia (PWC)
PricewaterhouseCoopers publications that relate to Slovakia - articles and surveys with valuable information about what's going on in Slovakia.

Doing Business in the Slovak Republic (Ernst & Young)
Financial, investment and tax information in the Slovakia section of the Ernst & Young website.

Slovenia Yellow Pages
Addresses for more than 97,000 business subjects (42,000 companies and 55,000 independent entrepreneurs) in Slovenia

Slovenia Business Week
Slovenia Business Week is an electronic weekly, issued by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia, with news on a variety of topics concerning the Slovenian economy and business.

Business Environment - Slovenia
Snapshot of the business environment for the Slovenian economy, from the World Bank

Spain Trade Net
Trade leads in Spain - Connecting Businesses WorldWide

Business Environment - Spain
Snapshot of the business environment for the Spanish economy, from the World Bank

Doing Business in Spain (HLBI)
Guide on Spain from HLB International, which has produced a series of international booklets on accounting, taxation and company law information - pdf

Trade in Sweden
General information about business and trade in Sweden.

Invest in Sweden
The Invest in Sweden Agency assists and informs foreign investors about business opportunities in Sweden. Companies planning to establish or expand business operations in Sweden can, free of charge, obtain information and assistance from ISA.

Business Environment - Sweden
Snapshot of the business environment for the Swedish economy, from the World Bank

Switzerland Trade
Switzerland TradeSearch is a one-stop venue for the business community to search and find manufacturers, producers, exporters and importers.

Swiss companies
Swiss business directory - index of Swiss Business, Companies, Hotels and Tourism in Switzerland.

Constitutional Treaty for Europe
EU leaders reached agreement on a new Constitutional Treaty for Europe at the European Council in Brussels on 18 June 2004 - full text of agreed IGC document - pdf

European Parliament members
The European Parliament is currently composed of 731 members, directly elected to five-year terms.

European Parliament
The European Parliament (EP) is composed of 626 members, directly elected to five-year terms. Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) form political rather than national groups. The European Parliament now has a limited legislative role thanks to the co-decision procedure introduced by the Maastricht Treaty. The Parliament acts as the EU's public forum, debating issues of public importance and questioning the Commission and the Council. The Parliament can amend or reject the EU budget.