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Romanian business: There is still room for improvement

Romania is still an attractive market for investors within South-eastern Europe, with advantages in terms of labour cost and skilled professionals. But local entrepreneurs and Romanian-based companies are concerned about Romania's poor performance in terms of public investments, in national infrastructure and EU funds attraction, and in lacking legal predictability and transparency. A report by Petre Barac

November 2017 - From the Print Edition

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