EVOLUTION OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN ROMANIA BETWEEN 2016 - 2018 WITH FORECASTS FOR 2019-2021
In the introduction, the author focuses on a problem, in the past, present and future, eternal actually – globalization. Next, Romania's commercial policy is directed mainly towards the European Union, the largest economic bloc in Europe in 2017 compared to the 2016 or 2018 years, with forecasts for 2019-2021
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