August 19, 2014

Economy Minister: Despite two straight quarters of decline, Romania’s economic trend still positive
Aug 19, 2014

Economy Minister: Despite two straight quarters of decline, Romania’s economic trend still positive.
Although Romania's economy recorded two straight quarters of decline, it stays on a positive trend with a seasonally adjusted economic growth of 2.6 percent in the first half of 2014 compared to the similar period of 2013, Economy Minister Constantin Nita said in a press release to Agerpres on (...)
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