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Romania's role in the current international economic context through domestic macroeconomic developments
Elena Gurgu, Raluca Zorzoliu

Last modified: 2016-10-07

Abstract


The purpose of this article is to get relief Romania's role in the current international economic context. Analysis herein refers to domestic macroeconomic developments of our country in 2015, which will influence the future evolution of Romanian economy. In this article we treat the current international position of Romania, Romania's external position, developments in the labor market in Romania, and the international context in which our country is.


Keywords


macroeconomic indicators, inflation, deficit, financial sector, banking sector, foreign direct investment, current account, growth, internal and external balances

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