EIRP Proceedings, Vol 7 (2012)

The Application of Romanian-German Economic Agreements Before and during the Second World War

Stefan Gheorghe


With a predominantly agrarian-industrial feature, Romanian economy represented only a small percentage of the world’s economy, however, certain sectors particularly distinguished themselves. Increased trade between the two countries was considered to release the tension of the political and economic situation of the two countries, an equally profitable economic agreement being the best solution, on which both leaders of the two countries agreed from the start. We believe that this report, clearly unfavorable to the Romanian party, is not due exclusively to the Romanian-German economic agreement, as many experts believe, on the contrary, it was meant to be a means by which Germany was to achieve its own economic and political interests, but which, as demonstrated in practice, was considered obsolete even by the Germans, the frame of Romanian-German economic exchanges surpassing its stipulations.


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