Progress Towards Meeting Economic Criteria for Accession: The Assessment from the 2004 Regular Reports
European Commission, Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs, 2004 - European Union - 49 pages
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accession achieved administration arrears assessment assets average balance banking sector bankruptcy Bulgarian Bulgarian lev Bulgarian Stock Exchange business environment candidate countries capital central bank companies competitive pressure continued cope with competitive Copenhagen criteria credit growth crisis currency board current account deficit declined developments disinflation district heating domestic demand Economic and Financial economic policy ECU/Euro electricity employment European Commission Eurostat exchange rate expenditure exports Financial Affairs financial sector fiscal policy foreign direct investment framework functioning market economy further gross fixed gross value added implementation important improved increased inflation infrastructure labour market liberalisation macroeconomic stability market entry market forces period policy mix pre-accession economic programmes pressure and market privatisation procedures productivity progress public sector ratio reduced Regular Report regulation regulatory remained restructuring result Romania share significantly SMEs stabilisation state-owned enterprises structural reforms sustainability trade Turkey Turkey's Turkish unemployment rate Union wage