Alpine Crossing and Italian Ports' Market Areas
AbstractThe future of the Alps depends on the human ability in realizingan effective sustainable development, able to preserve theenvironmental features without being detrimental to economicdevelopment. The present paper tries to analyze the role of theAlps in determining Italian foreign trade and in particular flowsrelated to the presence of some of the greater ports of SouthernEurope.
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