Romanian economic analyse
Romania is part of the EU single market.
Trade is mostly with the member states of the European Union, with Germany and Italy being the country's single largest trading partners. The account balance in 2012 was estimated to be a 4.52% of the GDP.
According to a 2011 World Bank report analysis, Romania currently ranks as 72nd out of 175 economies in the ease of doing business, scoring lower than other countries in the region such as the Czech Republic.
Romania is part of the EU single market
Shift to consumption-driven growth in 2014, to continue in 2015
Actual economic overview
Current economic situation of Romania
Monetary policy easing on the back of rapid disinflation
Exchange rate remains resilient
Banking system is improving but remains vulnerable
Fiscal consolidation continues but tail risks remain
Current account deficit to remain small
External debt burden remains high
Foreign exchange reserves stagnate and do not cover all external debt falling due in the next 12 months
Romania's economy is heavily regulated
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