Comparative Study of Agro-Food Sector in Romania and EU-27
Inside European Union confronted with an unbearable still raising unemployment rate, with a difficult situation of GDP/capita in all EU-27, all European stakeholders are determined to reach the goals of Europe 2020 Strategy. Romania is on seventh position on EU-27 top of agricultural land. If until 2007 Romanian farmer organised his production by tradition and own needs, now he has to manage his production according to the existing demand, he is forced to produce for market, according to European model. The paper presents a comparative analysis of the agro-food sector between Romania, EU-27, and six European countries. The analysis emphasizes the pour results of Romanian agriculture and represents the key point of elaborating some measurements that national stakeholders should assume. The research was run based on documentation, synthesis of data, statistical analysis and comparative analysis
Volume (Year): XI (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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