THE INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE OF THE BALKAN ECONOMY

BLERIM ABEDINI- INSTITUTE FOR SECURITY STUDIES AND DEVELOPMENT-(ISSD)

The Balkan Transition takes new directions by approaching manufacturing markets in one single. The international factor challenges the Balkans with its leadership by placing the political motivation of leadership on the scales. Yugoslavia’s manufacturing economy has been a chain of producers linking all its regions to special manufacturing branches.

The Balkans seem to catch occasional changes. With internal changes in social life, it is forced to accept more challenges from international factors. But everything in the scales will be decided to show its performance.

With several mega changes in Macedonia (North), it has already challenged a new insight into the external factor. Now, Macedonia (North) is viewed in a certain prism that means the Euro-Atlantic perspective and perhaps broader. The economy is now being initiated with a new development of productive forces, which is a refreshment for the old production machinery inherited from Tito’s Yugoslavia.

The equitable economic development of the regions of Macedonia is now a reality because the production chain asks for it, as it has been demanding in Tito’s Yugoslavia. Such chains exist all over the world, somewhere more and somewhat less. So without a regional economic cooperation in the entire territory of Macedonia we will not have the desired economic growth.

Economy veterans know well how the Yugoslav economy has worked. Production in the Yugoslav economy has been dependent on regions with manufacturing branches. Also, this market has been linked to some European economic branches, but for some political circumstances or external political-economic impacts it has been forced to limit its trade with the European market.

The penetration of the North Atlantic Alliance’s security mechanisms in Macedonia will bring foreign and domestic investment, which means better life for the martyred people of populism. So, a new angle will be opened in the right economic orientation.

So, it looks like the producer chain directs the economy by human will. Based on this, the Balkans awaits a producer co-operation at a certain time, the duration of which depends on the will of the elected leadership. So the Balkan region in the future must join this economic trend, which has now involved a large number of states, as were those of the socialist bloc of the market.

Yugo is car model  produced in Yugoslavia (Google Images)

Yugo as the car of the company Zastava has not undergone technological changes. It is produced with old technology inherited from Yugoslavia. Despite it, Romania as a former state of the economy and socialist society was integrated into the European production economy with own automobile company, thereby expanding its car sales market to Europe and beyond.

Dacia is Romanian car in collaboration with European companies

(Google Images)

Transition seems to go outside the internal spheres of integration, as the integration of the regional economies of Europe.

The current political disputes in the Balkans will be resolved through the leaderships of these countries. This is only a reality, even though someone thinks for the will of society as a political force.

 

Albanian version (Versioni në gjuhën shqipe- kliko në titull):

Perspektiva-ndërkombëtare-e-ekonomisë-ballkanike.UPDT

 

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