Next year, the Romanian companies will be able to exhibit and promote their products in a traid fair called “Manufactured in Romania” (Fabricat in Romania) or “Made in Romania” (Produs in Romania), Economy minister, Constantin Nita announced, attending Bucharest International Technical Fair – TIB opening.
“At Romexpo is the place where the demand meets the offer. Here one could see if the Romanian goods are matching the same competitiveness with the foreign companies’ ones. Besides, Romania has advanced this year in the competitiveness world top to 59 from 76 and I hope to advance further, the more so we have a strategy promoted in competitiveness, through the promotion of the Romanian goods and of some industries specific to Romania,” Nita underlined.
“It’s a fact unanimously recognized that the industry is the engine of any economy, and via these three events to be held at Romexpo, we want to prove that this engine is able to operate at full capacity. We brought together top companies, important authorities in the field and we expect the visitors to enjoy, alongside us, the achievements of the local and international technique. Moreover, because innovations are booming in this period, Inventika is ready to surprise visitors with new discoveries,” said in his turn Catalin Trifu, General Director of Romexpo.
Over 400 companies from 13 countries display their offer at the 40th edition of the Bucharest International Technical Fair (TIB) in Bucharest, from October 15 to 18 at Romexpo exhibition centre.