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World Bank: Romania, the biggest economic growth within newly EU member states in 2012

de A.C.
Marţi, 19 aprilie 2011, 20:45 English | Top News

Romania will register in 2012 the biggest economic growth within the newly EU member states with the GDP increasing by 4.4% a report of the World Bank reads. In the same time, Romania is the only country whose GDP dropped in 2010 and this year it will register the slowest growth rhythm compared to the newly EU member states.  

According to EU10 Regular Economic Report, important economic growths will be registered next year in Slovakia with 4.3%, Poland with 4.2. The report also shows that Romania and Bulgaria, countries which were hit by the crisis later will register the biggest improvements in terms of economic growth together with Lithuania. WB experts expect that the Romanian economy will increase by 1.5% this year.

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