The price system in Romanian market economy
The liberalization of the price in our country led in most cases to price increases because of significant causes: the supply is far bellow the demand, competition among producers can not manifest because of lack of supply and economic agents, companies do not work to production capacity, productivity is low and the costs are high. Obsolescence of technologies didn’t allow a high production, price reduction of raw materials and energy at the world price level and subvention elimination
Volume (Year): 19 (2013)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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