Investment in transport infrastructure, one of the best anti-crisis measures
According to Professor Pencea money spent on transport infrastructure not only means keeping jobs in the construction industry, which was badly hit by the credit crunch, but also helps reducing the costs of Romanian goods, which should help exports to remain competitive.
RENUNCIATION OF TRICKS, THE CHALLENGE OF THE CRISIS
 In theory, the new regulations are aimed to leave out any potential trick from those hauliers who unlawfully compete on the market. In practice, though, many of these new regulations fail when it comes to real effects. We are dealing with a vicious circle, a foul play that both transporters...
POLITICIANS STRUGGLE FOR POWER WHILE WE’RE STUCK IN CRISIS
Major public works have saved America in early ‘30s and probably this solution would be better than pumping money in the financial sector and encouraging consumption by increasing wages and pensions. But if the allies that pull the power’s strings resort to the last category alternatives and play with subsidies...