LA EVOLUCIÓN DE LA POLÍTICA REGIONAL DE LA UNIÓN EUROPEA Y SU INFLUENCIA EN LAS ECONOMIAS NACIONALES EN EL PERÍODO 1989-2013

Łukasz Piętak, Mirosław Czapka

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The primary objective of the regional policy of the European Union is obtain the economic and social cohesion in the territory of all countries of the Community. Through years of the existence of the European Union, many new countries became its members and the level of their regional development was very diversified. Such countries as Spain, Greece or Portugal had many gaps in this field than the same situation took place in Poland. Poland’s accession to the European Union which took place in 2004 meant necessary adjustment of the social en economic system according to the standards applied in states of European Union. The regional policy of the European Union is a sign of great solidarity of richer countries towards to poorer ones. The structural funds give possibility to make stronger national economy and more competitive. It should be remembered that the money allotted for the single structural funds comes from membership fees of all the UE countries.


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