Welcome to a market of 23 million people, the second-largest
market in Central Europe.
Welcome to a country with a diversified
economy and a powerful industrial sector.
Welcome to a country with substantial
natural resources: oil, gas, coal, metals and minerals, arable
land and timber.
Welcome to a country with a well - educate,
flexible, multi-lingual workforce.
Welcome to a country half- way between
Atlantic and the Urals. A direct link, along the Danube, between
the North Sea and the Black Sea. A natural trading bridge to
200 million consumers within a 1,000 km radius.
to a country committed to a privatization and renewal,open to
Western capital,management skills, technology and free market
Romania is the perfect land of contrasts
and paradoxes: the country of Constantin Brancusi, Eugene
Ionesco, Emil Cioran, Mircea Eliade, and Nadia
Comaneci, but also of Dracula and Nicolae Ceausescu.
The Old World of Romania is a vast museum of ancient heritage
and still alive even if only through its famous painted churches
and monasteries, its folk art, or its feudal castles in the
Carpathian Mountains. The New World may be embodied by the Parliament
Palace and the subway network in Bucharest, or by the Western
styles of life adopted by Romania's townsfolk.