FISCAL POLICY IN ROMANIA
Norina Popovici and
Revista Economica, 2012, vol. Supplement, issue 1, 504-508
Romanian economic activity in recent years was not linear, periods of expansion were followed by periods of contraction, peak moments were followed by depression. To reduce the effects of the crisis, evident in our country since the end of 2008, the state appeals to a series of tax measures, measures that contribute to the recovery of economic activity. Must be selected those instruments of fiscal and budgetary policy, which correspond to the real possibility of economic recovery,considering that they have an impact on the economy of any country.
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