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economy

23
January

What are the prospects for the economy of Romania 2010? Is it realistic for the Romanian economy to recover in 2010? First, Romania-Central will give a short resume of the last year and then present you an economic outlook for Romania 2010. Happy new Year 🙂

Please note that updated, detailed data is linked from the resume below for 2009 or on our Economy page.
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23
January

Employment and the unemployment rate in Romania is hard to understand if not related to the general employment structure and other labor market indicators such as the occupation and activity rate or the role of (short term) migration. Even during the hard recession of the nineties and their aftermath official unemployment rates in Romania were relatively low when compared to other Eastern European countries.
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Category : 2009 | 2010 | economy | Economy of Romania | Employment | Labor Market | News | Unemployment Rates | Blog
23
January

The inflation rate in Romania during the 1990ies and the first years of this decade is best to be described as a devastating hyperinflation. Inflation was mainly caused by the Romanian’s incapability to collect taxes (and, hence, financing their immense current spending with Seignorage) and a protective exchange rate regime. The still high inflation rate in the first years after 2000 in Romania was mainly a fading out. However, in recent years Romania joint the regime of inflation targeting and left the days of double-digit inflation behind.
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Category : 2010 | economy | Economy of Romania | Inflation Rate | News | Blog
23
January

The GDP of Romania (per Capita) is among the lowest of the EU, second only to Bulgaria. During the nineties Romania experienced two sharp recessions and recovered only after 2000. Since then, Romania recorded high GDP growth rates until 2008 showing the typical patterns of a catching up economy.

After being hit by the financial crisis in early 2009 (the crisis arrived with some delay in Romania, yet the harder) Romania’s GDP dropped back below the level of 2007 and there are no signs for a quick recovery. An estimate by the CNP expects the GDP of Romania to reach the former level of 2008 between 2011 and 2012, which is pretty much in line with current GDP forecasts from Eurostat.

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