Structura balanţei serviciilor şi tendinţele evolutive ale acesteia
In developed economies the high material production of the goods satisfy new and diversified necessities. Individual and social needs in a permanent dynamic have determined the need to develop services faster than the speed of diversification of properties. Mostly modern economy is producing and consuming services. Dynamic needs influence the division of labor, considered by the experts another case, together with dynamics of needs, the growing role of services sector in the economy. On the one hand, division of labor develops collaborative relationships between suppliers of raw materials, goods manufacturers and service providers, and on the other hand, it deeps the economic competition and struggle to conquer a bigger market share. In an economy based on services are mainly produced, their complementary goods. Satisfying as more and better consumer requirements are based on both quality of services due to increasing competition and the use of complementary goods, Statistics made on tourism management and services. Services have become an important sector of world economy wich continues to grow up, encompassing most of the production and employment, in most industrialized countries. Approximately 70% of total aggregate production from OECD countries is generated by service activities, which absorb a proportion similar to the active workforce. Also, the major changes in the sectoral structure of esteuropean economies, significantly correlated with GDP growth, the number of jobs and increased international trade, led to a substantial change in the service sector in these countries and persists, however, the differences from developed countries and between different countries in transition, regardind the role and performance of service sector.
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