The Financing Sources for the Regional Development Projects
In order to accomplish the regional development objectives, the local communities must have financial resources. These resources come mainly from local taxes, from the personal activities incomes, and they are, therefore, directly proportional to the economic activities volume from the respective territory. That is why, for the local communities, a special importance is given to the new enterprises together with the development of the already existent ones.
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