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By Eva Kigyóssy-Schmidt Ph.D. (auth.), Eva Kigyóssy-Schmidt (eds.)

Because of the unreliability or the full loss of statistical info a finished research of the commercial and social adjustments in imperative and japanese Europe is almost most unlikely. although, because the starting of the industrial transition quite a few new forms of enterprise companies were tested and it may be assumed that their improvement and their impression are a sign of the good fortune or the failure of the continued transformation approaches.
the point of interest of this publication is at the exam of particular systems for the gathering and evaluate of knowledge relating company comparable prone in significant and japanese economies. specialists from previously deliberate economies and, for purposes of comparability, from eire examine and check the country of chosen enterprise prone and formulate coverage suggestions for the acceleration of the restructuring process.

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In the Czech Republic, at present, entrepreneurial (or business) activities are mainly regulated by Commercial Code (Act No. , effective from 1 January 1992, amended in 1992 and 1993) and Trade Licensing Act (also known as Small Business Act No. , in force from 1 January 1992, several times amended). The supporting measures adopted in the Czech Republic (by above mentioned Czech National Council Act No. 299/92) promote the efficiency and competitiveness of enterprises, thus counterbalancing their drawbacks due to low economic strength, assist the enterprises in adapting to economic and technological changes, and guide them towards self-sufficiency.

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Inadequate statistics give rise to serious problems in defining the importance of business services within the processes of production and consumption throughout society. Resources and methodologies in relation to official statistics are rooted in the past, with a focus on agriculture and industry. They have to refocus from dealing with stocks to understanding flows and they have to move from product to process analysis. The findings of our research emphasize that the very complex nature of services makes the application of traditional methods of quantification based on physical units highly unsatisfactory.

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