Romania’s main industries are textiles and footwear, metallurgy, machinery and light assembly, mining, timber processing, building materials, chemical, food and oil refining. A less importance is the pharmaceutical industry, heavy machinery and appliances. Currently, the car industry (see Logan) is very broad and is oriented towards the market. Romanian IT industry is experiencing a steady annual increase.

  • Sustainable Economic Growth

  • Functioning market economy status

  • Low inflation

  • Permanent financial assistance granted by government funds

  • Financial assistance from EU funds

  • Increasing interest from foreign investors because of the potential for growth in the future

  • Air and Maritime Infrastructure

  • Road infrastructure subject to a continuous process of modernization (commitment made towards bringing highways infrastructure to EU standards)

  • Mobile networks in GSM systems well developed, with a coverage of over 90 % of the country

  • 4G Internet with broad coverage

  • Highly developed industrial infrastructure, including petroleum and petrochemical industries;

  • The existence of 50 industrial parks;

  • The existence of branches and representative offices of international banks;

Economic opportunities in Romania; Economic opportunities in Bucharest; Economic opportunities in Craiova; Economic opportunities in Iasi; Economic opportunities in Cluj; Economic opportunities in Sibiu; Economic opportunities in Arad; Economic opportunities in Brasov; Economic opportunities in Pitesti; Economic opportunities in Corabia.