Competitiveness in Services, Driving Force of Economic Development

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  • Publisher: University of Petrosani
  • Journal: Annals of the University of Petrosani - Economics, volume 12, issue 4, pages 203-210 (issn: 1582-5949, eissn: 2247-8620)
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  • Subject: development | services, development, competitiveness | HB71-74 | Economics as a science | competitiveness | services | HB1-3840 | Economic theory. Demography
    • jel: jel:F20 | jel:F22 | jel:J21
    acm: TheoryofComputation_MISCELLANEOUS

The competitiveness of a nation is ensured by the profitable activity of firms. They strengthen their position in the domestic and international markets through global strategies whose purpose is to increase productivity and maintain it at a high level. For this, the co... View more
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