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Published: 07.04.2011.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: 8 units
References: Not used
Table of contents
Nr. Chapter  Page.
  INTRODOCTION    3
1.  THE NETHERLANDS ECONOMICS    4
2.  THE LATVIAN ECONOMICS    6
2.1.  The Latvian economics 2010th per year    7
  CONCLUSION    9
  BIBLOGRAPHY    10
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CONCLUSION
The Netherlands is one of the richest countries in the world with a very stable economic climate. Historically, the Dutch have valued international trade. The Netherlands provides an ideal platform for international trade, which is one of the most important engine driving the Dutch economy. Commercial Services - particularly in transport and logistics - the largest economic sector in the Netherlands. Industry is smaller, but important role in the Dutch economy. Major industries in the Netherlands is the food, beverage and tobacco industry and the chemical and petroleum industries. The Netherlands has two important goals: the port of Rotterdam and Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. Rotterdam is home to the world's largest and busiest port, together with a strong physical and service infrastructure, multilingual and highly educated workforce and an Internet ready environment in the Netherlands is a major economic powerhouse, open to all (international) public, which wants to put more power into it.
Latvian has historically attracted the geographical advantages of different countries and the union's attention. Therefore, it is difficult to care for centuries to build and develop a stable economy. For centuries, the Hanseatic and German influence and then during the war independence, Latvia used its geographic location as an important east-west trade and commercial center. Conversely, the Year of Russian and Soviet occupation tended to integrate Latvia's Economy to serve those Empires' large internal industrial needs.Strauju artificial economic development took place after the accession to the EU. Unable to limit the financial sector, is experiencing severe and rapid economic downturn. The result is now the economic situation is one of the lowest in the EU. Latvian economic benefits of the strategic Baltic Sea state right on the main trade routes between north and south, east and west. Latvia has three major ports of Ventspils, Riga and Liepaja. Most prospective industries are information technology, electronics and mechanical engineering, chemical and pharmaceutical industries, logging and construction, food processing industry, textiles, fisheries and agriculture.

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