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Legislation
March 2002
Estonia

The Act provides for the general principles of civil law of Estonia. Notably, it defines the concepts of movable and immovable property defining the latter as a delimited part of land (plot of land). The essential parts of an immovable are the things permanently attached to it, such as buildings, standing crop, other vegetation and unharvested fruit.

Journal Articles & Books
December 2001
Serbia
Slovenia
North Macedonia
Slovakia
Lithuania
Croatia
Azerbaijan
Ukraine
Kyrgyzstan
Bulgaria
Estonia
Latvia
Belarus
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Hungary
Moldova
Albania
Armenia
Poland
Germany
Georgia
Romania
Czech Republic
Europe

The former socialist countries of Eastern Europe (that is, Europe east of Germany and west of the Urals, but including all of Russia) began a transition to a market economy in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s.

Journal Articles & Books
December 2001
Mozambique
Estonia
Australia
Kenya
Zambia
Albania
Madagascar
Zimbabwe
Bulgaria
Argentina
India
Namibia

A cinco años de la Cumbre Mundial sobre la Alimentación, y a inicios del siglo XXI, El estado mundial de la agricultura y la alimentación reflexiona sobre algunos de los principales desafíos que plantea la erradicación mundial del hambre y la pobreza.

Reports & Research
December 2000
France
Estonia
Switzerland
Lithuania
Chile
Sweden
Germany
China
Australia
United Kingdom
Canada
Finland
Japan
Hungary
Austria
Portugal
Poland
Netherlands
Russia
Czech Republic
Mexico
Norway
Mongolia

Meeting symbol/code: EFC 00 5-Add.1

Journal Articles & Books
December 1999
Estonia
Lithuania
Italy
Poland
Latvia
Russia

Land reform has been a strong part of the overall re-structuring of the Lithuanian economy and it has contributed to the gains in living standard that have been achieved since 1994. Like the other former Soviet states, Lithuania suffered strong declines in agricultural and industrial production following independence.

Journal Articles & Books
December 1999
Egypt
Estonia
Slovakia
Lithuania
Sweden
Ukraine
Denmark
Germany
Latvia
Finland
Japan
Turkey
Uzbekistan
Poland
Netherlands
Russia
Norway
France
Europe

This report presents the outcome of a macroeconomic survey of the forest sector of the Republic of Latvia. It presents issues and parameters facing public and private sector decision-makers in their respective attempts to develop this sector. It identifies opportunities and constraints to investment and proposes measures to, accordingly, either engage them or remove them.

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