Smulkaus ir vidutinio verslo integracijos į Europos Sąjungos ūkį problemos

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Smulkaus ir vidutinio verslo integracijos į Europos Sąjungos ūkį problemos
Alternative Title:
Problems of small and medium business integration into the European Union economy
In the Journal:
Organizacijų vadyba: sisteminiai tyrimai [Management of Organizations: Systematic Research]. 2002, Nr. 23, p. 29-40
Airija (Ireland); Portugalija (Portugal); Lietuva (Lithuania); Inovacijos / Innovations; Konkurencija / Competition.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje nagrinėjama su kokiomis esminėmis problemomis ir kliūtimis susidurs smulkaus ir vidutinio verslo įmonės, integruojantis Lietuvai į Europos Sąjungos ūkį. Pateikiama išsami SVĮ plėtra Lietuvoje dabartiniu metu. Prognozuojamos ir numatomos tendencijos SVV iki įstojimo į Europos Sąjungą, pabrėžiama smulkaus ir vidutinio verslo svarba bei jo galimybės funkcionuoti ilgalaikėje perspektyvoje, veikiant integruotoje ES bendrojoje rinkoje. [Iš leidinio]Reikšminiai žodžiai: Integracijos procesas; Tarptautinis konkurencingumas; Inovacijų plėtra; Pramonės plėtros strategija; Bendroji rinka; Integration process; International competitiveness; Innovation development; Industrial development strategy; Common market.

ENTheory of economics and the world practice have proved that the small and medium business is the driver of economics. The small and medium business companies are the best mobile, permanently changing groups of companies, predetermining general economic growth and social stability. Rate of the economic growth in the small countries, like Lithuania, is in a direct relation with their business openness and international market integration degree. Lithuania's integration into EU, which should force the political and economic risk down, will attract more investments into relevant industries of Lithuania, upgrading their efficiency. Essential obstacles for trade and co-operation with EU have already been eliminated, all the rest will depend on business initiative as well as on the business policy, formed by state institutions. Integration process in a state level should not confine itself in just transferring of EU directives and their implementation in the national legal system. More detailed and deeper analysis of the industrial and service sectors as well as evaluation of the small and medium business development are necessary. Common market of European Union has the largest GDP in the world. Forecasts exist, stating that in 2003 GDP in USA will grow by 2.9 per cent and in HU - by 3.1 per cent. Being a part of a large market both creates the preconditions for economic growth and raises demands for performance in each industry and company, their competitiveness. Obviously the international economic competitiveness may not be reached separately from the external market, therefore integration into the common market is one of the ways to reach this aim. Statistical data shows that the small countries have been integrated into EU at a largest extent: Ireland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Holland, Portugal.Important are the development trends of industries of the EU states, that may aid in preparing development forecasts for Lithuanian economy. It is thought, that in 2003-2004 such activities like leisure and entertainment organising, rent of machines and equipment, hotels and restaurants, medical, precise and optical tools, computers and related activities as well as scientific research and applied works will be mostly developed by the small and medium business, taking initiative to implement new production and technologies and becoming potential labs for larger businesses. It must be noted that the small and medium business companies are developing science susceptible. [From the publication]

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