Romania's Foreign Trade with Third Countries after EU Accession
The adoption by Romania of the commercial policy of UE on multilateral, inter- regional, regional and bilateral plan concerning the relation with third extra- communitarian countries inevitably brings important changes in the extern commercial policy of our country. The aim of the article is to underline the evolution of Romania's foreign trade with third countries after EU accession. Although, as in previous years most intense trade flows were made with the member states of the European Union, in the last period, there was a tendency to orient the trade flows to third countries. This might be possible because of the trade flows that were directed to countries that were less affected by the economic crisis.
Volume (Year): XI (2011)
Issue (Month): 2 (May)
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