THE ROLE OF BANKS IN ACCESSING EUROPEAN FUNDS BY ROMANIAN COMPANIES

Slusariuc Gabriela Corina

Abstract


Absorption of European funds is for Romania the defining factor that can stimulate economic growth. The banking system in Romania must be directly involved in accelerating the attraction of European funds, and must actively contribute to improving the general framework for attracting them.


Keywords


banks, European funds, regional development, companies, developments, incomes credits, GDP, absorption capacity, competitiveness,

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