On the EU Internal Market Trends: The Process of SMEs´ Internationalisation viewed from Central Europe Petr Zahradník EU Office, Erste Bank / Česká spořitelna , Prague Paris, 22 - 23 November, 2007 Prepared for the Conference „Europe in the Global Economy“. Tradition.
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On the EU Internal Market Trends: The Process of SMEs´ Internationalisation viewed from Central Europe Petr ZahradníkEU Office, Erste Bank/ Česká spořitelna, PragueParis, 22 - 23 November, 2007Prepared for the Conference „Europe in the Global Economy“
- Traditional SMEs branches: the level of internationalization is very low;
- In tradable SMEs activities – growing level of internationalisation; capacities have been relocated there;
- Internationalisation and SMES: first – foreign trade with goods and services, than – international aspect in investment, financial flows, networking and production co-operation areas; most recently: platforms of international private-public partnership with SMEs participation