publication . Article . 2014

Developing Programs for the Business Environment - Economic Policies

Elena Ilie;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jan 2014 Journal: Knowledge Horizons - Economics, volume 6, issue 3 September, pages 152-155
In early 2000, in Romania, there wasn’t much of a talk about stimulating business environment and in this case the SMEs (small and medium enterprises). After a transition period, various attempts to implement a financial and logistical support from the state were beginning to bear fruit with the year 2009 and take hold in 2011. Amid all legislative changes occurred, the Romanian state proves its effectiveness regarding Romanian entrepreneurs and especially young people, university graduates determined to make their way in the business.
free text keywords: Micro enterprise, entrepreneurship, young entrepreneurs, debutante

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