A delegation of US companies has offered to PM Sorin Grindeanu a roadmap, drawn by experts in Washington DC, regarding issues related to the rule of law, transparency and efficiency, which the US businessmen believe as being a priority for the business development between the two parties.
Premier Grindeanu has a meeting on Wednesday with a delegation led by Eric Stewart (photo), President of the American-Romanian Business Council (AMRO).
Eric Stewart said, at the end of the meeting, that the rule of law, transparency, efficiency – all are included in a roadmap submitted to the two governments (of the US and of Romania), as a normal part of doing business, so that the priorities are focused by both governments. He added that progress was made and that the US companies are confident, when doing business in Romania, that everything will be correct, legal and transparent. Stewart also offered as example the fact that such a large delegation from US companies is now in Romania and the companies are enthusiastic about the development.
He added that the roadmap was drawn up by experts in Washington DC, specialists in business environment and in Romania.
The American-Romanian Business Council is a Washington DC based non-profit organisation that promotes commercial relations between the United States and Romania. It was launched on January 25, 2012 in Washington DC with an initial membership of 10 companies.
There are currently 20 AMRO member companies, all renowned American companies – ADM, Amgen, American International Forest Products, Amerocap, Cargill, Coca-Cola Company, Eli Lilly, ExxonMobil, Johnson & Johnson, Lokheed Martin, MetLife, Mega Company, Parsons, Pfizer, Philip Morris International, Raytheon, Smithfield, Textron, Timken and Warburg Pincus coming from various business areas – energy, agriculture, defence, pharmaceuticals, processing industries, logistics and insurance.