The extractive industry, for many Central and South-eastern European countries, has long been an essential component for industrial development, and geology (in its broadest sense) a discipline of the utmost importance. Today, the entire industrial sector in Central and South-eastern Europe must adapt itself to a much more competitive economy. Current problems in this area can be attributed to a combination of several factors such as entry into the global market, the emergence of “previously non-existing” environmental constraints, lack of capital, an inherited non-competitive industry, and slow adaptation of the administrations to their new role of “controller”.
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- Metallogenic & Environmental Information Systems: A Modern Tool for the Sustainable Development of Mineral Resources
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