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According to a survey by global management consulting firm McKinsey&Company, the workforce of the outsourcing sector in the southeastern European region has grown by 10 per cent to about 250 000 people in 2009 and 2010.
The four regions include Baltic Nations, the Central European Nations, the Balkan or Southeastern European Nations, and what is referred to as the Eastern European Countries.
Large numbers of copper artifacts have been found at southeastern European sites dating to more than 6,000 years ago, Rehren notes.
adding that economic woes are hitting southeastern European nations particularly hard.
While New Austrian Film, Post-Wende German cinema, postmodern French narratives, emerging Southeastern European film, and even independent American film have been absorbing and adapting various aspects of recent Central European cinematic experimentalism, this filmic vocabulary and its cultural impact has often annoyingly been misunderstood or altogether avoided in English language film scholarship.
This is the assessment of Forum "Univerzitas" presented at the promotion of the book "The process for Macedonia's integration in the EU", which was held in the Southeastern European University in Tetovo.
The High Commissioner expressed hope that the Republic of Macedonia would integrate in NATO and the EU as soon as possible, noting that this is of great importance to both the country and the Southeastern European region.
When compared with responses from other southeastern European countries, Romanians, along with Bosnians/Herzegovinians (42%) and Serbs (39%), report the highest negative responses to this question.
EPIFEST: The festival in northern Croatia will be the first official gathering, since the Balkan conflicts of the 1990s, of Central and Southeastern European artists who make theatre for young audiences.
This inclusion is vital to the continuing relevance of southeastern European studies, and this, perhaps, is the book's greatest contribution.
To help avoid such incidents in the future, government officials from a dozen southeastern European countries came together in May 2005 in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, and signed on to a new strategy calling for detailed site assessments for mines of concern, higher health and environmental standards for new mines, and plans for their eventual closure.
Slovenia actively participated in the Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe, the Southeastern European Cooperative Initiative (SECI), and Interpol efforts in fighting against trafficking in persons.
Tunisia's standard of living is often favorably compared with southeastern European Union (EU) member states.
Speaking the Truth tells how Communists killed countless people in this southeastern European nation for their loyalty to the then outlawed Greek Catholic Church.
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