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Long Term Care Policies for Older Populations in new EU Member States and Croatia

Long Term Care Policies for Older Populations in new EU Member States and Croatia

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BULGARIAN SUMMARY Long Term Care Policies for Older Populations in new EU Member States and Croatia: Challenges and Opportunities
BULGARIAN SUMMARY Long Term Care Policies for Older Populations in new EU Member States and Croatia: Challenges and Opportunities

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EUROPE AND CENTRAL ASIA REGIONHUMAN DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT
November, 2010 
LONG-TERM CARE POLICIES FOR OLDER POPULATIONSINNEW EU MEMBER STATES AND CRO ATI A:Challenges and Opportunities
 
 
World Bank ReportLong-Term Care Policies for Older Populationsin new EU Member States and Croatia:Challenges and Opportunities
 
NOVEMBER , 2010
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Copyright ©2010The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development / The World Bank1818 H Street, N.W.Washington, D.C. 20433, U.S.AAll rights reservedManufactured in the Republic of BulgariaFirst printing: December, 2010
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