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2019 | 125 | 159-168
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Environmental protection and water management of the country - analysis of expenditures on fixed assets, improving the condition of the environment in Poland

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The following study addresses the subject of environmental protection in the country. The essence of this concept was explained and its role in shaping eco-development was determined. The most important investment expenditures designated for the improvement of the level of environmental protection and water management in Poland were indicated. The amount of funds spent on fixed assets to improve the state of the environment was scaled.
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125
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159-168
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  • Faculty of Management, Czestochowa University of Technology, Czestochowa, Poland
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