Implications Of The Trust Capital For The Fdi
For Romania’s success in the intrepid attempt to join within the new coordinates of competitiveness it is indisputable and indispensable to massively and swiftly absorb direct foreign investments. Maintaining and increasing the attractiveness of foreign investments in Romania shall both face in the following period very difficult problems. We envisage, first of all, the dramatic decrease of amounts that shall be cashed from privatisation, and secondly the need of treating with more responsibility the elements that limit the attraction of foreigners to invest in Romania and, thirdly, the accession to the European Union which shall have as core issue the question of competitiveness based not that much on comparative advantages, but on the levels of the economic efficiency.
Volume (Year): 22 (2006(XVI))
Issue (Month): 1(31) (June)
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