Prime Minister, Viorica Dancila, has said on Wednesday that the Government aims a real strategic partnership with the large companies willing to invest in Romania, and that soon a state aid scheme for private investments over EUR 10 million meant to open or expand the production capacities, stiri.tvr.ro reports.
“We have a stable and predictable macro-economic environment, a stimulating tax environment and trained labour force, we propose a new approach in relation to the strategic investors in the economy. In the coming months, we will set up the Romanian Agency for Foreign Investments and Exports, a ‘one stop shop’ with important flexibility and dedicated project managers, meant to attract investments,” PM Dancila said.
“I want to signal that we want to stimulate new major investments in Romania and we will adopt measures to stimulate them. (…) Soon we will open the state aid scheme for large private investments of over EUR 10 million, for investments in opening or extending the production capacities. Our final target is to attract investments of over EUR 1 billion, which would lead to thousands of new jobs and will increase the budget revenues,” the head of Government said during an event organised by the Ministry for Business Environment.