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Real Economy, no.10

Publishing date: Thursday, 08 October 2009
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The new government led by Vlad Filat has taken a course of much more rigorous economic policy; the government decided to remove all structural and institutional constraints that prevent proper functioning of the economy. Given the fact that most of these constraints were enacted during the Communist Party rule, the Alliance for European Integration should not have any problems with immediate removal of monopolies, prohibitions and other constraints. In this context, it is important that the new government does not make the "manual handling" of the economy a permanent  exercise, but ensures the good functioning of the institutional system that was designed specifically to ensure the proper functioning of markets. Find out more about what should be the economic priorities of the new government in issue no. 10 of the Real Economy.

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