Evolution of GDP and Foreign Investments

ANGHELACHE, Constantin; ANGHELACHE, Gabriela Victoria; ANGHEL, Mădălina Gabriela; DINU, Adina Mihaela
August 2013
Romanian Statistical Review;2013, Issue Sup, p34
Academic Journal
One of the main aspects analyzed in this paper is the quarterly evolution of the seasonally adjusted GDP comparatively with the corresponding quarter of the previous year. As for the impact of foreign investments, year 2012 was a year when a series of sectors of activity kept on getting privatized while those already privatized kept on increasing their patrimony (capitals) by attracting new autochthonous and foreign investments which, from the point of view of the effects on the national economy structure is an important aspect to consider.


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