Delays To Romania Reform

January 2004
Emerging Markets Monitor;1/12/2004, Vol. 9 Issue 37, p15
Country Report
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Reports on the postponement of the planned sale of oil firm SNP Petrom by the Romanian government from March to June 2004. Implication of the delay for the International Monetary Fund; Concern over the pace of the economic reform process in the country.


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