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1. Prezentarea generala a tarii……………………………………………….…..3

1.1 Situarea geografica: suprafata, populatie………………………………. .3 1.2 Sistemul politic si administrativ…………………………………………4 1.2.1. Impartirea Administrativa………………………………….4 1.2.2. Sistemul Politic………………………………………….6 1.3 Potentialul economic al Republicii Cehe………………………………..7 1.4 Istoria si cultura Cehiei………………………………………………….8

2. Elementele de evolutie economica in timp a tarii………………………..…11

3. Stadiul actual de dezvoltare economica……………………………….…....14
3.1 Inflatia ………………………………………………………………….14
3.2 Somajul……………………………………………………………..14
3.3 Produsul Intern Brut……………………………………………..15
3.4 Cresterea economica…………………………………………..15
3.5 Nivelul de trai………………………………………………16
3.6 Structura economiei pe cele 3 sectoare ..……………. …16
3.7 Investitiile straine……………………………………...21
3.8 Comertul exterior…………………………………...22

4 Relatiile dintre Cehia si Uniunea Europeana-aspecte particulare-……...… … 23
4.1 Relatiile UE cu Cehia……………………………………………….23
4.2 Relatiile bilaterale Cehia- Romania………………………………25

4. Alte aspecte relevante pentru economia Cehiei…………………………… 26

5. Bibliografie………………………………………………………………... 28

1.Prezentarea generala a Cehiei

1.1 Asezarea geografica, suprafata si popilatie

Republica Ceha este situata in Europa Centrala, intre Polonia la Nord si Nord Est, Germania la Nord si Nord Vest, Austria in Sud si Slovacia in Sud Est. Relieful republicii este dominat de Masivul Boemian, care se ridica la 900 de metri deasupra nivelului marii. Lantul muntos inconjoara un bazin mare ce poarta numele de Platoul Boemian. Principalele rauri sunt Elbe si Vltava. * Numele tarii:…...

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