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EY: Bucharest is reaching its growth limits in the absence of a smart city strategy

In recent years, Bucharest has been one of Europe’s strongest performing cities in terms of GDP growth, in part reflecting the city’s favorable sectoral mix. The city has demonstrated particular strength in business services and IT&C, the latter of which ...

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What are Romania’s main sources of downside risk? Oxford Economics knows…

The main risks for the Romanian economy are the strong slowdown of China’s economy, which would delete two percentage points of the estimated growth of GDP, as well as the tightening of monetary policy by the US Federal Reserve (Fed), ...

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