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Dec 28, 2007 15:47 EEST
December 28 (SeeNews) - Romanian managers remain mostly positive about the performance of the country's economy in the three months through February, the country's statistics board, INS, said on Friday.
A survey conducted by INS earlier this month indicated the majority of industrial managers expect output to increase moderately through February.
The managers were optimistic about the country's economic development in the three months through January as well, according to a previous INS survey conducted in November.
The managers in the industrial sector expect that prices will rise slower than they forecast in last month's survey. The number of employees in the sector is expected to fall slightly, especially in the metallurgy and clothes sectors.
Managers in the construction sector project that output and orders will edge down due to a seasonal slump in activity. Employment in the sector is expected to fall but the prices of buildings are seen rising.
The business mood in the retail sector remains positive with prices expected to grow. Employment in the sector is expected to remain stable.
In the services sector, demand and prices are expected to rise in the three months through January. The number of employees will slightly rise too.
For its December survey Romania's statistics board interviewed managers in 7,136 companies in four sectors.
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