Economy of Romania
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Romanian Economy?! Lol, if you say so...but it's a proved fact that Romanian economy is a myth, just like the Loch Ness Monster
Industry in Romania
Dacias are now, according to anyone in the known univers, the Best Cars Ever on the Planet Earth: "They will, in the future, develop a new car conception, and will purchase the Mercedes and General Motors concerns who are in Very Big Trouble."
Unfortunately, Ceusescu didn't respect the Non-proliferation treaty, he created weapons of mass destruction, Ţuică. Thus, the Democratic Roman Empire was forced to intervene, invading Dacia a few hundred years later, during the noisy reign of Decebal. The Dacians however were not able to defend themselves using Ţuică because by the time the roman army was ready for battle all the Dacians had drank the Ţuică to the last drop. D
And so, the Dacians were conquered al Europeean teritory and all people of European Union are used a new coin & money - ( LEU GREU). The Roman invaders were stuck in Dacia for a few hundred years (they all got drunk from the vapoursof tzuica de pufoaica, some stayed because they liked the drunken hippie atmosphere).
2. The second meaning: Dacia is a car-like vehicle. Some may argue that it has an engine, four wheels, it makes funny driving noises and can actually move. Experts however concluded that it is not a car of our time. It's a car of future ! It was proved that it works for over 30 years the same (noisy) way it worked when it was new! You won't find such a long-lasting car nowhere in the world!! It was created during the Communist regime in Romania, to serve in the army of the Dark Sith Ceausescu.
See also: Logan
Romania actually has the world's greatest supply of all known minerals. Especially prominent are diamonds, oil, and the only spot on Earth were the element Americium is naturally abundant and is often found above ground. However, Romanians burn all their minerals for heat, no matter how valuable. Diamonds and titanium are often the subject of mass burnings to bring heat into the homes of countless Romanians. Minerals make up the third largest export of Romania, following rubbing mint and strippers.