In this paper I describe some characteristics of the foreign trade of two European semi-peripheric regions: the Iberian countries (Spain and Portugal) and the Visegrád countries (Poland, Czechia, Slovakia, and Hungary). Based on the developments in the past decade, some conclusions can be drawn for the coronavirus crisis-effects. Visegrád countries
On December 7 2019, a meeting was held to celebrate the first anniversary of Visegrad coetus! Together, we celebrated this unique and extremely important event for us in a nice, friendly atmosphere, full of interesting conversations about the future of Visegrad coetus and the Visegrad Group countries.
On October 30 2019, the Visegrad coetus Association participated in the debate around the report of prof. Bogdan Góralczyk "The Visegrad Group and the European Union. European policy in the programs of the main political parties in the Visegrad Group". The discussion touched on the problems of the internal split
We present a monograph dedicated to current aspects of the development of infrastructure sectors, issued as part of the series 'Publications of the European Financial Congress'. The study contains the results of research on current trends, perspectives and barriers to the development of electromobility, which were carried out by a