Since the 1950s, and more intensely in the early 1990s, have emerged in Europe initiatives or other cooperation agreements between residents of local or regional authorities, which share a border of different States. With a common legal framework and a solid initial model with over the years as an example, cross-border cooperation arises before the needs common to both sides of the borders, creating different models of development. There’s no denying that the Euroregions occupy our European geographical landscape and that it is an important part of the integration process, supported by a supranational regional policy

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Senén del Canto García. Department of Economics and statistics. Faculty of Economics and business. University of León