Romania

Romania is regarded as a country for investment. Foreign investors are encouraged to pay attention to the advantages that this country provides to businessmen:

Economy in Romania and leading industries:

The basis of the Romanian economy today is:


  • wood processing – production of parquet, plywood, furniture products is very in demand
  • engineering – the country is actively producing equipment that is used for the oil industry, as well as special machines that process metal.

    Also not the last place in Romania agricultural sector. As is known, at present the country occupies the 10th place in the world and the 5th place in Europe for the vineyards.

    And, of course, a very well developed tourist destination in Romania. Thanks to the unique nature, thousands of tourists come to this country each year – they are attracted by the beautiful mountainous terrain, springs curative mineral waters, the mystical glory of the “homeland” of the famous Count Dracula.

    Investments in Romania and their advantages:


    1. Romanian authorities do not restrict foreign investors on the direction of their activities. Thus, a businessman can develop his own business in absolutely any sphere – for him there is open both a tourist activity, and trade and agriculture.
    2. In this country there are several organizational and legal forms of organizations. By the way, investors are most often given preference to 2-minds, namely Branch and Limited Liability Company.
    3. The procedure that takes place when registering a business is not complicated. It is a compliance with a number of formalities, and, of course, additional training will be necessary. But, as a rule, it is possible to settle all questions regarding the registration of a business in 20 working days.
    4. When investing in Romania for a businessman, the entrance to the unique EU market opens. And this is an open access to its goods / services and about 500 million potential customers.
    5. There are special government schemes to support investors who operate in Romania.
    6. The country has a stable fiscal policy (in Romania, a 16% single tax).

      According to the Romanian National Institute of Statistics, GDP growth in 2014 amounted to 2.8%. According to forecasts, 4 real GDP will grow by 3.0% in 2015, and the average annual growth in 2016-2019. Will be 3.3%. The average annual inflation at the end of 2014 was 1.1%, which is significantly lower than the target of 2.5% for the National Bank of Romania (NBR). A significant decline in oil prices in the first half of 2015 will have a deterrent effect on inflation throughout the year. The average annual inflation in 2015 will be 1.0%.

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