Romania - Purchase power improves - May 31, 2018

 According to a study by market research company GfK, the Romanians’ purchasing power recorded the fastest growth in the European Union in 2017, namely 7.8% (against an EU-average of 1.9%). But, in nominal terms, the country’s purchasing power of 4,556 euro remained at one of the lowest levels in the EU. This is almost 4 times lower than the EU average of 16,436 euro.

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