Reporter 405, 30 June 1997
The growth of a regionally-based political and economic structure in Hungary has been high on the country's agenda as part of the political changes which have been taking place there in the last few years. The need to design new training systems to prepare experts to work within these structures was recognised by the European Commission with the award of a three year funded TEMPUS programme. The School of Geography and the Yorkshire and Humberside Regional Research Observatory (ReRO) hosted the main Conference of the Anglo-French-Spanish TEMPUS programme The Training of Regional Managers in Hungary from June 22 to 29. In all twenty-three participants took part.
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