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Title:POSLOVANJE S SRBIJO V OKVIRIH STABILIZACIJSKO PRIDRUŽITVENEGA SPORAZUMA
Authors:ID Golob, Polona (Author)
ID Tratnik, Matjaž (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf UN_Golob_Polona_2016.pdf (462,92 KB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:PF - Faculty of Law
Abstract:Po desetletju konfliktov, ki so nastajali na področju Zahodnega Balkana in so se zaključili šele s posredovanjem mednarodne skupnosti, se je ta regija znašla pred novimi, pomembnimi izzivi. V diplomskem delu podrobneje predstavimo poslovanje dveh držav, pri katerih bi lahko rekli, da gre za star, dobro znan trg. Srbija in Slovenija sta državi, ki sta nekoč že bili povezani v skupno gospodarstvo bivše Jugoslavije in sta po razpadu skupne države nadaljevali vsaka svoj razvoj z različno intenzivnostjo. V uvodnem delu se dotaknemo stanja, problematike in perspektive odnosov Srbije z Evropsko unijo ter samega gospodarstva Srbije skozi zgodovino. Slovenija se je po razpadu Jugoslavije osamosvojila in takoj začela s pristopnimi pogajanji za vstop v Evropsko unijo. 1. 5. 2004 je postala polnopravna članica Evropske unije z vsemi pravicami in dolžnostmi. Zato nadaljujemo s predstavitvijo skupne zunanjetrgovinske politike, katere osnovni namen je zaščititi pravila notranjega trga in omogočiti trgovanje evropskim podjetjem na globalni ravni, kar je velikega pomena pri poslovanju Slovenije z nečlanico Evropske unije. Evropska unija ponudi vsaki državi možnost popolne integracije za vstop vanjo, vendar morajo države najprej izpolnjevati določene politične in gospodarske pogoje ter tako krepiti medsebojno sodelovanje. Medtem ko je Slovenija uspešno in hitro izpolnila pogoje ter pristopila k Evropski uniji, je Srbija s ponovnim povezovanjem z mednarodnimi organizacijami šele po letu 2000 obnovila pristopna pogajanja ter začela dosegati določen napredek v smeri članstva v Evropski uniji. Glavni politični okvir za odnos med Slovenijo kot članico Evropske unije in državo Zahodnega Balkana – Srbijo predstavlja podpis stabilizacijsko-pridružitvenega sporazuma. Ta sporazum je osrednja tema diplomskega dela. Gre za proces pridružitve, ki je individualno zasnovan za vsako od sodelujočih držav. Vključuje sodelovanje, politični dialog, oblikovanje proste trgovine, finančno pomoč in približevanje evropskemu pravu s ciljem pridružitve posamezne države Evropski uniji. V zadnjem poglavju diplomskega dela na praktičnem primeru predstavimo, kako vpliva stabilizacijsko-pridružitveni sporazum na poslovanje slovenskega podjetja GEP Štalekar s srbskim podjetjem.
Keywords:Evropska unija, zunanjetrgovinska politika, stabilizacijsko-pridružitveni sporazum, mednarodno gospodarsko pravo, pridružitev Srbije Evropski uniji.
Place of publishing:Maribor
Publisher:[P. Golob]
Year of publishing:2016
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-57837 New window
UDC:341:339.5(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:5080875 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:QCJ1FQMW
Publication date in DKUM:19.05.2016
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Language:English
Title:BUSINESS WITH SERBIA WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE STABILISATION AND ASSOCIATION AGREEMENT
Abstract:After a decade of conflicts in the Western Balkans that ended only with the intervention of the international community, this region found itself dealing with new, important challenges. In the diploma paper the business of two countries, which market is an old, familiar one, is represented in detail. Serbia and Slovenia are countries that were once already united in a common economy of former Yugoslavia and continued their development with different intensity levels after the breakup of the common country. The introduction describes the state, the problems and perspective of the relationships between Serbia and the European Union as well as Serbia’s economy throughout history. After the breakup of Yugoslavia Slovenia got independent and immediately started the negotiations to join the European Union. On 1 May 2004, Slovenia became a full member of the European Union with all the associated rights and obligations. Afterwards the common policy in the field of external trade is represented, which basic goal is to protect the internal market rules and enable trading of European companies at global level that is of big importance to Slovenia in making business with non-member states of the European Union. The European Union gives every country the possibility of a complete integration into the Union, however, the countries need to fulfill certain political and economic conditions at first and strengthen mutual cooperation. Slovenia fulfilled the conditions successfully and fast and joined the European Union, while Serbia renewed the accession negotiation and started to make steps towards the European Union membership only after the year 2000 when she started to reconnect with international organizations. The main political framework for a relationship between Slovenia as an EU member state and Serbia, a Western Balkan state, is the signing of a stabilization and association agreement. This agreement is the central theme of the diploma paper. This is an association process, individually adjusted to every cooperating country. It includes cooperation, political dialog, formation of free-trade areas, financial assistance and approaching the European law with the goal of individual states to join the European Union. The last chapter of the diploma paper shows on a practical example how the stabilization and association agreement influences the business between the Slovenian company GEP Štalekar with a Serbian company.
Keywords:European Union, external trade policy, stabilization and association agreement, international economic law, association of Serbia to European Union.


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