The current Romanian government has made significant economic strides – but still has a long way to go by Delia Ionascu PRAGUE – Among the Central and East European countries, Romania inherited among the more difficult economic conditions. Aiming to achieve self-reliance, the communist regime invested primarily in big projects involving heavy industry. The government’s […]

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