South East Europe: Trade Liberalization, Economic Integration, Quality, Security and Guarantee of Products and Services
The strengthening of security and the political situation, intensification of economic relations and co-operation in the areas of human resources, democracy, justice, battle against illegal activities, are the intentions of Southeast Countries to enable approaching the European/EuroAtlantic structures, strengthening good neighborly relations & transformation the region into an area of peace & stability. This requires trade liberalization, economic integration, quality, security, guarantee of products & services, removal or reduction of trade practices that thwart free flow of goods and services, includes dismantling of tariff & non tariff barriers, unification of economic policies between countries through the partial or full abolition of trade tariff and non-tariff restrictions, leading for lower prices, increasing the combined countries economic productivity, achieving product/service’s customer's expectations, achieving the state of being "safe" against physical, social, spiritual, financial, political, emotional, occupational, psychological, educational and other types/consequences of failure, damage, error, accidents, harm, other events which could be considered non-desirable, having the control of recognized hazards to achieve an acceptable level of risk, being protected from the event or from exposure to something that causes health/economical losses. Continuous changes in developing economy, technology, environmental regulation and public safety concerns are the main areas where SEE countries are focused for their common future, using their human & natural resources.
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