Romania has important and rich natural resources, in particular: coal, oil, natural gas, hydro and nuclear, lately attracted very many investments in renewable energy, particularly wind and photovoltaic, Romania is in operation almost 80 types of mineral resources in alabaster, geothermal and natural to gold and silver ores, quartz, limestone, marble, lignite and molybdenum ore or uranium

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  • It has important and rich natural resources, especially coal and oil, natural gas, hydropower and nuclear, lately attracted very many investments in renewable energy, particularly wind and photovoltaic;

  • It has a high potential energy, ranking 6th in the EU, after the share of renewable energy in consumption; Romania is in operation almost 80 kinds of mineral resources

  • Romania has substantial agricultural resources, with an agricultural area of 14.7 million hectares ( or 61.7 % of the total) according to statistics from 2009. After the use of the land is arable statistics show that approximately 64 % of the land Agriculture, third , 4.8 million ha is occupied by pastures and meadows and orchards and vineyards area is approx. 3%. Romania is ranked 6th in Europe as a utilized agricultural area ( after France, Spain, Germany, UK and Poland ) and 5th as arable land (after France, Spain, Germany and Poland ).Currently, there clear statistics on uncultivated land area, but are estimated to be between 1 and 2 million hectares of land where weeds grow.

  • Low prices for land acquisitions are an incentive for potential buyers and investors because the price of agricultural land in Romania is up to five times lower than in other European countries. Our country offers agricultural land prices between 1500-4000e / ha, one of the best deals worldwide. Only a few areas in the world can compete in terms of price and quality of our soils

In recent years , foreign companies investing in Romania in agriculture. Decades of low exploitation of the soil, top soil quality , funding Romanian State and the European Union , plus a global situation favorable for agriculture have made ​​Romania become an open door for agricultural investment.