Ukrainian-Greek economic relations: developing new directions
Journal of European Economy, Volume 6, Issue 2, June 2007, pp. 167-173
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The paper substantiates the idea of common expansion of Greece and Ukraine on the world market. The economies of both countries are such that they can complement each other. The services of Ukrainian dentists and physiotherapists could be in high demand in western countries. The development of trade in educational services stipulates for both the education of Ukrainian migrants and their children in Greece, and the creation of joint international educational establishments to educate citizens of third countries. The author assumes that under condition of uniting the consulting and marketing specialists, we can figure on sizable commercial success of Greek-Ukrainian firms at the educational services market of post-soviet area. The author proves the feasibility of fostering in Ukraine the educational tourism to Greece, which can also be integrated in the educational business, as well as draws the promising future for the joint business of Ukrainian and Greek tourist firms in development of travels to ancient cities located in Ukraine (Chersoneses, Peloponnesus, etc).
International services market in the early 21st century
Journal of European Economy, Volume 5, Issue 4, December 2006, pp.349-366
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The author studies the modern tendencies of international services market development and determines the factors causing them. On the basis of this analysis, the author defines the peculiarities of international services market in the 21st century and draws out the prospects of its subsequent transformation.
Olena Savchuk, Viktor Kryuchkovskyi
Expansion of strategic opportunities in economic cooperation between Turkey and Ukraine
Journal of European Economy, Volume 5, Issue 4, December 2006, pp. 431-437
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Bilateral relations between Ukraine and Turkey are strategically important for both countries as a part of planned integration into the EU. It is feasible to adjust the trade structures before establishing free economic modes. It is necessary that Ukraine insist on such a trade policy, which will ensure it does not become a raw material appendage for Turkey.