Analysis of the Situation of Romanian Industrial Parks
AbstractIndustrial parks had an explosive development all over the world especially in the last five decades but in Romania their history is much recent. At the beginning, this paper presents the evolution and the present state of the Romanian industrial park projects and continues by reviewing a few of the legal specifications that concern them (definition, constitution conditions and process, financing). This short review stresses the gaps that the author considers most visible and maybe most significant. The third section of the article is dedicated to some appreciations that the author makes regarding the needs and the difficulties that affect the industrial parks from Romania (location, financing, marketing, project’s domain, involvement of the authorities). Each appreciation is followed by a proposal which, in the author’s opinion, might represent a solution on short and medium term. The final part is reserved to the conclusion which is an estimation of the future of such projects in Romania.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 11123.
Date of creation: 04 Jul 2008
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Publication status: Published in Management of International Business and Economics Systems 2008.-(2008): pp. 852-858
industrial park; industrial park title; administrator company;
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