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Renaissance Capital: Romania one of the most attractive economies for investments in the upcoming years
11.05.2011, 20:14 | Economy | 624 views



Romania and Kazakhstan will be the most attractive emerging markets regarding investments in the next four years while their economies will grow, a Renaissance Capital analysis reveals, remitted to HotNews.ro.

The two former Communist countries that went through tough contractions in 2009 might know a powerful production growth between 2012 and 2015, Renaissance chief economist Charles Robertson said quoted by Bloomberg. According to the analysis, Romania’s low debt – the smallest in the region, way inferior to Greece or Spain recommends Romania as one of the most stable economies in Europe.

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