Basisbegrippen elektriciteit : Introductie
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Op deze site vind je uitleg en oefeningen in verband met de basisbegrippen van elektriciteit. Volgende begrippen komen aan …


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  • The EU as presently constituted is itself a product of globalisation, and here the impact of globalisation has been heightened by the central institutions of the EU directly encouraging regionalism and cross-border cooperation between regions to further its own political and economic integration.

  • Regionalism has also been indirectly boosted by other EU policies, particularly the development of the Single European Market since the late 1980s
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