FDI influence over Romanian exports
Competition between countries, regions, company groups and individual companies is getting more and more complex due to globalisation and trade liberalization. Constraints on companies competitivity, especially on SMEs are harder to identify and outrun. International trade and trade financing are slowly recovering after the financial crysis, but the impact over global exporters and the economic implication are not totally obvious. New rules and reglementations for a more careful behaviour of the banks and financial institutions will surely have an impact over exports as well as prudent relations of the banks espeially with the SMEs.
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