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2009 | 3 | 235-248
Article title

Realizacja programu reprywatyzacji w Republice Czeskiej i na Węgrzech po roku 1989

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EN
Realizacja programu reprywatyzacji w Republice Czeskiej i na Węgrzech po roku 1989
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PL
Abstracts
EN
The paper discusses Czech and Hungarian ideas concerning the implementation of the reprivatization program, which are compared with Polish reprivatization programs in the conclusion. In all these countries more or less successful attempts have been undertaken to solve the problem of returning property to former owners. Similar problems have been encountered everywhere, and it has been practically impossble to return to the original status quo. In each country a majority of large industrial plants have expanded. Ater the war numerous state investments carried out which have completely altered these businesses. At the same time, apartments which became state property at some time were being sold on a great scale.
PL
The paper discusses Czech and Hungarian ideas concerning the implementation of the reprivatization program, which are compared with Polish reprivatization programs in the conclusion. In all these countries more or less successful attempts have been undertaken to solve the problem of returning property to former owners. Similar problems have been encountered everywhere, and it has been practically impossble to return to the original status quo. In each country a majority of large industrial plants have expanded. Ater the war numerous state investments carried out which have completely altered these businesses. At the same time, apartments which became state property at some time were being sold on a great scale.
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Year
Issue
3
Pages
235-248
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Dates
published
2009-09-15
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Publication order reference
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YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_14746_ssp_2009_3_12
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