micro-region

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micro- +‎ region

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micro-region (plural micro-regions)

  1. An administrative system that is equivalent to a county or a prefecture and a department. It is used in Brazil as a third-level administration between state and micro-region.
  2. (Czech Republic) Partnership of neighbouring municipalities following a common goal.
    • 2014, Carlos Costa; Emese Panyik; Dimitrios Buhalis, European Tourism Planning and Organisation Systems: The EU Member States[1], Channel View Publications, ISBN 978-1-84541-433-7, page 194:
      Between 1999 and 2009 in the regions of the Czech Republic a number of micro-regions and local action groups (LAGs) have formed, due to the joint promotion of the interests of municipalities and local communities to achieve change.

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