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The Baltic States' integration into the European division of labour

@inproceedings{Laaser2004TheBS,
  title={The Baltic States' integration into the European division of labour},
  author={C. Laaser and Klaus Schrader},
  year={2004}
}
The analysis of Baltic trade statistics and gravity estimates reveal that Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania have rapidly integrated into the international division of labour with a distinct EU focus. The Baltic States have taken a road towards the EU common market which pays particular attention to close trade relations with their immediate neighbours in the Baltic Sea Region. The Baltic Sea obviously serves as a major integrating device for these countries. At the same time the Baltic States… Expand
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