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PUBLICATION DATE: January 11, 2013 PRODUCT #: 713474-HCB-ENG
The Basque nation, with a population of 2.1 million and covering 7,233 square kilometers, is an autonomous region situated in the north of Spain, physically divided from it by the Pyrenees Mountains. It presents the history of the area exceptionally successful in the turn of the 20th century, but nearing insolvency by the year 1950. By the year 2001, the Basque GDP per capita had increased to a degree well ahead of Spain and European nations.The Basque Country Strategy for Economic Development case solution
At exactly the same time the area was enjoying the spoils of admirably performed cluster initiatives, it was being jeopardized by the destabilizing violence of the Basque separatist, a slowing worldwide market, and an always-volatile balance of power between the Basque’s own authorities as well as the government of Spain.