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ArtikelA Lighter Shade of Grey; Bulgaria and Romania  
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Jenis: Article from Bulletin/Magazine
Dalam koleksi: The Economist ( vol. 402 no. 8776 (Mar. 2012), page 50.
Topik: EU Membership; Regulation; Corruption in Government; Legal Reform
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Isi artikelEU membership has been good for the two countries, but is testing Eurocrats' patience. Over five years after Bulgaria and Romania joined the EU (too early, many in Brussels think) they remain by some distance its poorest members. Progress on corruption and judicial reform has been slow. The EU's Co-operation and Verification Mechanism (CVM) - a supposedly temporary monitoring system put in place in 2007 to allay other countries' concerns - is still in place. Neither country is a model of stability or economic governance. Austerity protests in Romania brought the collapse of the government in February, and foreign investors find Bulgaria steadily less friendly. But headline fiscal numbers are good. Both countries have happily signed up to the German-backed European compact placing legal limits on borrowing.
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