BUCHAREST, Romania–It could be argued that Romania has a good record on privatization. Over the past decade, the government has sold nearly 10,000 companies. Now just 110 companies remain to be sold. At the pace of sales in 2003—when the state sold stakes in 805 companies—the economy could hypothetically be entirely privatized within months. It […]

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