Romania elicits the image of a corpse, a body lying on the ground, with two vampires feeding on it: Dracula and Ceausescu. Both these figures still determine the image of Romania today. In addition, this picture hardly improves, given other negative images influencing this perception: orphans, people sick with AIDS, Roma or other Romanian emigrants who turn up as criminals in the West. (…) The Romanian image is one of the worst and most unjust of all the industrial nations. (excerpt from a statement of nation branding advisor Simon Anholt on Money Channel, Dec. 2006)
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