Structural Adjustment of Romanian Foreign Trade after EU Accession
As the diversification the structure of economies has boosted economic relations between the countries which had a decisive influence on the economy and structure of branches, which had constantly adapted to market requirements and resource supply options. Therefore, Romania's foreign trade, one of the most important structures of the Romanian economy has suffered a series of changes designed to improve its competitiveness through an inter and intra- industry restructuring. Once Romania joined the European Union have been produced a series of changes in the structure of foreign trade. However, Romania remains a net importer this failure resulted in restructuring the economy, which further led to record a deficit in balance of payments current.
Volume (Year): XI (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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