Increasing Economic Competitiveness Of Romania In Relation To The Lisbon Objectives
The Lisbon Strategy, established by the European Council in March 2000 like an action plan and development for the European Union, intends to address low productivity and stagnation of economic growth in the EU, through the formulation of various policy initiatives to be adopted by all Member States EU. According to the strategy mentioned above, the European Union must become the most dynamic and competitive knowledge-based economy in the world capable of sustainable economic growth, jobs with more and better and greater social cohesion.
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