BNR: Half of Romania’s GDP is Generated by 7 Cities


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Romania has annually closed an average of two percentage points of the gap with the European average. In 2000, Romania’s GDP per capita (at purchasing power parity) stood at around 25% of the EU average, but currently, this figure exceeds 75%, said Csaba Balint, a member of the Board of Director of the National Bank of Romania.

An important role was played by the dynamic increase in labor productivity, Balint believes, and Romania had the fastest growth in the CEE region.
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