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Romania and EU see economic growth with different eyes

Joi, 12 iulie 2007, 0:00

Romania's gross domestic product (GDP) grew 5.8% during the first quarter of the year, the Eurostat data indicates. Romania's National Statistics Institute (INS) found a 6% growth for the first three months.
Different calculations bring different results, INS officials say. According to the Eurostat study, the countries with the most important economic growth were Latvia (11.2%), Estonia (9.8%) and Slovakia (9.0%). The lowest growth rates were recorded in France (1.9%), Portugal (2.0%), Denmark (2.3%)and Italy (2.3%).

On an European level, the GDP growth was 3.3%, with a 3.1 growth rate in the Euro currency zone.

INS predicts a 6.5 economic growth for Romania in 2007.

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