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2013 | 1(35) | 51-63
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Evaluation of Indo-Polish Relations: a Realistic Approach under Legal Framework of Free Trade Area (FTA)

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Realistyczne podejście na mocy ram prawnych Obszaru Wolnego Handlu (FTA)
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Since Poland joined the European Union, it has become a new gateway to the European market for the Indian goods and services. It is important to note that although India and Poland were very different, they both shared some uniqueness. Historically, both nations had a long fight for independence. Both nations experienced the nationalization process of their industries. They also equally experienced a period of socialist economic system and enjoyed close relations with Moscow. Most strikingly, both countries had undergone economic transformation whereby both systematically and gradually transited their economies from socialist models to capitalist ones. In central Europe, Poland had been considered as the main partner of India, in terms of trade and economic cooperation. India viewed Poland as a link between it and the Western Europe. Both entities are in the process to reform their legal framework to improve political and socio-economic relations by reducing legal barriers.
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Po wejściu do Unii Europejskiej, Polska stałą się „bramą” do promocji indyjskich dóbr i usług na rynku europejskim. Należy zauważyć, że mimo różnic dzielących Indie i Polskę, obydwa kraje łączy niepowtarzalność. Z historycznego punktu widzenia, obydwa państwa długo walczyły o niepodległość i zmagały się z upaństwowieniem gospodarki. W równym stopniu zostały doświadczone przez system socjalistyczny. Co najważniejsze, obydwa państwa przeszly proces transformacji gospodarczej, dzięki czemu systematycznie i stopniowo przekształcały swe gospodarkiz socjalistycznych w kapitalistyczne. Polska postrzegana była jako główny partner Indii w Centralnej Europie w zakresie handlu i współpracy gospodarczej. Dla Indii Polska stała się „przepustką” do Europy Zachodniej. Obydwa kraje przechodzą również proces reform w systemie prawnym w celu poprawy stosunków politycznych i społeczno--gospodarczych. Odbywa się to przez ograniczanie barier prawnych.
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