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Mapping the money

On a global market that allows production to relocate to where the investment benefits are greater, which of Romaniaís assets can put the country on the investorís map? By Dana Verdes

December 2011 - From the Print Edition

The bodyís circulatory system functions properly when blood passes not only through arteries, but goes all the way to the capillaries. So should the economy work as well.
Letís assume that companies that operate primarily in the field of exports by assembling mainly imported goods are the arteries, while the agro-businesses, furniture firms, wine and milk industries, small and medium enterprises make up the capillary system.
Data show that in 2010 and 2011, only exporters, the large ...

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