More direct foreign investments was his solution to stimulate capital growth, with a focus on tradables as opposed to real estate, financial services or any other such domains which have been the primary focus of past investments. In terms of work, he stressed the significance of education, noting the paramount importance of raising equality of opportunity, since many children in the country side have no access to education.
Health reform was just as prioritized. Lazea agreed with the government's decision to raise salaries for doctors, although he did highlight performance based compensation as perhaps a better alternative.
As one might expect, since the recent “brain drain” phenomenon has been quite serious in Romania, the National Bank of Romania representative also talked about the need to raise the birthrate and reverse emigration while taking a more selective approach to immigration. To this he added the need to keep those who can and want to still work after retirement socially engaged in this respect.
He ended the list of reforms with a focus on increasing productivity. Among his suggestions were the implication of the private sector in agriculture and the development of transportation infrastructure.
The entire discussion virtually noted the vital areas upon which Romania needs to focus its efforts in order to eventually improve.