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V. The 19lh century DENMARK Economic development and the liberal reform
movement. Economic consequences of the war. The Napoleonic Wars had
proved a national catastrophe for Denmark, both economically and politically.
The policy ...
Recovery was anticipated, however, and some Scots hoped that entry into the
European Economic Community might work an economic miracle. But no
decisions of any importance, political or economic, are made in Edinburgh or
THE NATIONAL ECONOMY Somalia is an underdeveloped country. Its economy
is based upon livestock and agriculture, which are dominated by traditional
modes of production. Industrialization is not yet even a dream, since trained ...
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