The investment volume in H1 2019 amounted to almost EUR 410 million, a 6 percent increase compared to the similar period of last year, when the figure for
Is Romania rich?
Not yet. Romania is on it’s way to becoming a rich country. Romania is a . Starting 2016 Romania made it to the selected reported by the (UNDP).
Romania maintains highest EU GDP growth in 2017, expected at annual 6.1%, with a .
Romania has the in the world . The data is backed up by recent
Minimum legal gross monthly salary in Romania starting , which at the moment I am writing this (Nov 2017) is approximately €410.
Romania has low debt: namely 5th lowest public debt in the EU, amounted to only 38.4% of the GDP (SEC 2010 methodology). In comparison at EU level, the average public debt amounted to 85.2% of the GDP while in the Eurozone, public debt average amounted to 90.7% of the GDP.
Romania’s industrial output is growing fast as well. Industrial production in Romania went up compared to the same period in 2016. The industrial production was the largest contributor to the above mentioned economic growth for 2017.
Romania is part of the The most well known Romanian brand is .
Romania is one of the most (top 3) in the EU, soon to achieve full energy independence by 2020. Not only that, but Romania will help Holland on it’s journey to reach its renewable energy target for 2020. Dutch group having 362 turbines and a total capacity of 1 GW. To put things into perspective that’s almost double than the capacity of the Fantanele-Cogealac (also in Romania) wind park, which is currently the biggest onshore wind park in Europe.
Romania is also rich in natural resources (oil and gas) in the Black Sea. The Romanian company Black Sea Oil & Gas, cubic metres of gas in 2008 some 120 kilometers offshore. Romania is basically the only source of gas of this magnitude around Europe – other than Russia of course – and that puts it in a very powerful position. Romania also has the largest gold deposits in continental Europe.
Foreign direct investment in Romania in 2016 reaches . Over the last 10 years total FDI amounts to EUR 41 billion.
Real estate: in 2016 , almost double (88% growth) since last year.
Bucharest, the capital city and the surrounding metropolitan area surpasses metropolitan areas like Madrid, Berlin or Budapest, with a.