OSCE DOCUMENTS Third Meeting of the Economic Forum (2nd Meeting of the Senior Council) Editor's note: From 7 to 9 June 1995 the Senior Council (formerly known as Committee of Senior Officials) held its 2nd meeting in the form of the Economic Forum in Prague. The Chairman's summary (3-EF(2SC)/Journal No. 3, Annex) reads as follows: Chairman's Summary of the Third Meeting of the Economic Forum 9 June 1995, Prague I. Summary of the discussion in the Working Groups. Conclusions and suggestions The Working Groups discussed regional economic co-operation following the introduction of a number of case studies. They paid particular attention to the question of how regional, subregional and transborder co-operation can stimulate trade, investment and the development of infrastructure. While focusing on the results and problems of countries with economies in transition, they also examined what lessons can be drawn from the experience of western countries in Europe and North America. The importance of the political climate, the legal and institutional environment, and stable and credible government policies was frequently noted. When discussing trade and commerce at regional, subregional and transborder levels, it was noted that free-trade zones can contribute to the stabilization and expansion of bilateral
Helsinki Monitor (in 2008 continued as Security and Human Rights) – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1995
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