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Romania still the last EU member regarding economic trust

de D.G. transl/adapt. C.B.
Joi, 7 ianuarie 2010, 18:43 English | Regional Europe

Romania continues to be the last listed EU member in a top addressing economic trust (Economic Sentiment Indicator - ESI) put together by the European Commission. Still, the way people and company perceive the economy increased slightly in December against November, fro 64 points to 62.1 points, Mediafax informs.

Out of the five considered indicators, Romania recorded a positive evolution in trust in industry(from -13 points to -12), services (from -14 points to -12) and constructions (from -43 points to -41). Romania saw a worsening of the retail sector (from -16 to -17), according to the study Business and Consumer Survey carried out by the European Executive.

Most of the member states recorded an improvement of the economic trust, while Poland dropped by 0.6% and The Netherlands stagnated.

The biggest pluses in the European Union were recorded by Great Britain (8.2 points) and France (4.1 points). The positive evolution has been slower in Italy (2.9 points), Germany (1.7 points) and Spain (1.2 points).

Sweden had the highest economic trust level in the EU in December 2009 (104.5 points), followed by Denmark (97.3 points), while Romania (64 points), Greece (64.2 points) and Cypress (65.2 points) are the bottom of the list.  

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