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August 21, 2014

Businessmen’s representative: Doubled amounts refused to payment result of seasonal activities, insolvencies
Aug 21, 2014

Businessmen’s representative: Doubled amounts refused to payment result of seasonal activities, insolvencies.
The spectacular surge in the amounts refused to payment by the banks in July can be explained by the seasonal character of several activities conducted over this period and also by the existence of a business climate that generates insolvencies, the Secretary General of the Romanian (...)
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