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“But this financial froth belied strong economic fundamentals and two key competitive advantages for the country: a skilled labor force and a business-friendly regulatory and tax environment.”
“That could make the system more business-friendly, they believe, boosting economic growth and adding to government revenue.”
“You would expect a Bush administration economic policy appointee to be interested in reducing government spending, in creating a business-friendly regulatory environment, and in securing the interests of prosperous asset owners rather than poor unemployed people.”
“Any functioning economy is a huge step forward from crushing poverty, not just the capitalist ones that are administered by “business-friendly” technocrats.”
“The institutional culture was proudly nonideological, eastern-establishment, consensus-driven, business-friendly, and consciously apart from the crude partisanship of Capitol Hill.”
“Additionally, Transparency International's Corruption Perception Index, which measures 178 countries success in fighting corruption, moved Albania from 95 to 87 in their 2010 results, indicating that my government has been successful in fighting corruption and creating a business-friendly environment.”
“Albania has become a business-friendly country whose economy continues to grow despite the state of the world”
“Since that time Albania has become a business-friendly country whose economy continues to grow despite the state of the world's economy.”
“All these changes have come to fruition and become possible because my government and I have followed free market principles that have allowed for economic growth and a business-friendly environment for investment in Albania.”
“The son, Blackstone said, supported business-friendly policies, and presented a happy medium for a man disappointed with incumbents.”
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