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Patrycja Aleksandruk and Rosa Forte

), Business Environment, New Dehli: V. K. Publications. Klug, M. & Pietrzak, J. (2006), Market Entry Strategies in Eastern Europe in the Context of the European Union: An Empirical Research into German Firms Entering the Polish Market, Wiesbaden: Deutscher Universitäts-Verlag. Morschett, D.; Schramm-Klein, H. & Zentes, J. (2010), Strategic International Management: Text and Cases, 2nd ed., Wiesbaden: Gabler Verlag. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-8349-6331-4 OECD (2008), Benchmark Definition of Foreign Direct Investment, 4th

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Liqun Zhang, Martin Grešš and Katarina Brocková

,’ EU-China Investment Agreement: Report of the 12th Round of negotiations, Brussels 26-30 September 2016, European Commission Directorate General for Trade. Brussels, Trade B2/AK. Retrieved from http://trade.ec.europa.eu/doclib/docs/2016/october/tradoc_155061.pdf [accessed May 2017] ISIC Rev. 3. (2017), International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities, Rev. 3, UN Statistics Division. Retrieved from http://unstats.un.org/unsd/cr/registry/regcst.asp?Cl=2&Lg=1 [accessed May 2017] Gabrielová, H. & Habrman, M

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Lin Zhang and Zheqian Xu

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Duško Dimitrijević

Foreign Direct Investments in the Republic of Serbia, Belgrade: Institute of International Politics and Economics. Liu, Z. (2015), ‘The Role of Central and Eastern Europe in the building of Silk Road Economic Belt,’ International Problems, no. 2-3. Long, J. (2015), ‘Cooperation between China and CEE countries: features, significance and prospect,’ Diplomacy Journal. Retrieved from http://diplomacy.bg/archives/1438?lang=en [accessed May 2015] Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the PRC (2014), Joint Statement Deepening the China

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Vakhtang Charaia, Archil Chochia and Mariam Lashkhi

), The Economic Impact of China on the Baltic Sea Region, BSR Policy Briefing series, Centrum Balticum. Retrieved from http://www.centrumbalticum.org/files/3259/BSR_Policy_Briefing_5_2017.pdf [accessed Nov 2018] Lashkhi, M. & Charaia, V. (2017), ‘Investment development path and motivations for Foreign Direct Investment in Georgia,’ World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, International Journal of Economics and Management Engineering, vol. 11, no. 11, p. 3213. MERICS (2015), The Great Fallout: Why China’s Slowing Trade is Sending Shockwaves

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Balázs Sárvári and Anna Szeidovitz

), “China’s Shadow Foreign Policy: Parallel Structures Challenge the Established International Order,’Merics: China Monitor, no. 18, 28 October. Retrieved from: http://www.merics.org/fileadmin/templates/download/china-monitor/China_Monitor_No_18_en.pdf [accessed in October 2015] Huang, Y. (2015), “Don’t Let ‘One Belt, One Road’ Fall into the Trap of Japan’s Overseas Investments,” Zhongguo Gaige Wang, 10 February. Inotai, A. (2010), ‘Impact of the global crisis on trade relations between the European Union and China,’ in Hungarian

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Márton Gellén

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Beáta Mikušová Meričková, Andrea Bašteková, Jan Stejskal and Bernard Pekár

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Elitsa Petrova

., Financing and Place of the Bulgarian Army in Operations of International Crisis management, Land Forces Academy Magazine, NR. 3 (75), Sibiu, Romania, Nicolae Balcescu Land Forces Academy, 2014,pp. 307 ÷ 312. [8] The World Bank Group, Foreign Direct Investment - Net Inflows, International Monetary Fund, Balance of Payments Database, supplemented by data from the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development and Official National Sources, 2017, http://data.worldbank.org/indicator [9] Varbanova, B., Risks of Reduction of Currency Board in

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David Scott

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