Monitoring the financial results of this companies, leaders in the regions, should be one of the main concerns of the government, especially on the background of the regionalization talks, say the economists.


More than a half of Romanian districts (24) are included in the category with average micro-economical development level, while eight districts (Sălaj, Ialomiţa, Teleorman, Caraş-Severin, Botoşani, Giurgiu, Vaslui, Mehedinţi) have a relatively poor development level, show the results of a review conducted by the professors Cezar Mereuţă and Ionuţ Pandelică. (source: