Chancen in ROMANIA/ Constanta Gegend

Seit einigen guten Jahren ist Rumänien Wirtschaftswachstummeister in Europa und das vorige Jahr haben wir sogar China besiegt mit über 7% Wachstum des Bruttoinlandproduktes.

Es gibt viele möglichen positiven zukünftigen Entwicklungen in der Gegend der Constanta Stadt.

Es ist gut bekannt dass die westliche Region Rumäniens (Klausenburg und Temeswar) die meist entwickelten Gegendes des Landes sind, so wie auch die Region der Haupstadt Bukarest.

Die Vorhersage ist dass in der nächsten Periode (1 zu 5 Jahren), die Constanta Gegend dieselbe sehr gute Entwicklung, wie die obigen, aufweisen wird.

Einige Gründe für diese Behauptung sind:

A) Constanta war und noch ist eine der grössten Städte Rumäniens, mit einer Bevölkerung von über 450/500 Tausenden Einwohnern.
B) Es ist die grösste Schiffswerft und Hafenstadt des Landes, und eine wichtige Haltestelle für die Kreuzfahrtschiffe die Meditarane See und Schwarzmeer durchqueren.
C) Seit kurzer Zeit, hat der rumänische Staat von der koreenischen Firma Daewoo, den Mangalia (Callatis) Schiffswerft, einmal der einzige Militärschiffswerft Rumäniens, wiedergekauft, und ist jetzt der Eigentümer dieser wichtigen Werft.
D) Die Stadt Constanta, die die ehemalige griechisch und dann römische Stadt Tomis war, aber auch die ganze Region an der Schwarzmeerküste, Dobrudscha genannt, ist eine der wichtigsten Touristischen Regionen des Landes, mit:
D.1) den Überresten der ehemaligen griechischen/römischen Burg Tomis, der Burg Callatis, der Burg Histria, der Enisala Festung und viele anderen
D.2) Donaudelta, eine Perle der Natur ist nur etwa 100 Km von Constanta entfernt
D.3) den Promenaden in Constanta Stadt und Mamaia Urlaubsort, einigen der Schönsten der Schwarzmeerküste
D.4) der Halskette der Urlaubsorte an der rumaenischen Schwarzmeerküste die 10 verschiedene Urlaubs- und Badeorte beträgt, die entfernteste davon nur etwa 40 Km von der Constanta Stadt entfernt

Wer schon noch jetzt den Fuss hier setzt, wird am meisten davon profitieren, weil jetzt alle wichtigen Preisen (Lebenskosten, Mietekosten usw.) viel kleiner als in den restlichen entwickelten Regionen sind.

Also, nutzen Sie oder Ihre Partner diese noch günstige Lage und die in diesem Material enthaltene Auskünfte optimal aus, und unterbreiten Sie es weiter!

GDP, Inflation and Labor cost in Romania

The GDP in Romania and EU

The GDP per capita in Romania has exceeded in 2018 the barrier of abt. 19.000 euro/capita, representing 60% from the mean GDP of the European Union.
Unfortunately, between the different regions of Romania are large discrepancies. Whereas the eastern part of Romania (Moldova) has the smallest GDP per capita, the most developed regions of Romania, such as the area of the Bucharest (Ilfov) and the western area (Cluj/ Timsoara/ Alba/ Bihor) have a GDP per capita of about 27.000 euro, representing 85% from the GDP of EU.
If the GDP/buying power parity is taken into account, then the capital of Romania, Bucharest, has a GDB/buying power which is larger than the same KPI (key performance indicator) of the cities of Lisbon and Berlin.
The growth rate of the GDP (the economic growth) was of abt. 5% in the years 2015 and 2016 and in the last closed year 2017, has reached a maximum of 7%, Romania being among the world champions for economic growth in 2017.
The private consumption and the industrial growth have equilibrated almost equally contributed to the increase rate of the GDP, fact which is again proving, that the GDP of Romania has a healthy growth.

Inflation and public debt in Romania

After a considerable time period of reduced inflation in 2013 and 2014, the inflation turned negative, and the corresponding rate of deflation was of (-0.7%) in the 2015. The inflation was held during 2016 and 2017 within reasonable limits (of abt. 1.5/2.5%)
During 2018 the inflation rate became of abt. 5% and this tendency seems to maintain also for the near future.
The public debt is abt. 40% from GDP, percentage which places Romania on a honorable position among the European countries.

The labor cost in Romania and EU

According to Eurostat, the labor cost per hour in the EU for the year 2017 was of 26.8 euro. The value of the same indicator for Romania, which is also a measure of the competitiveness of Romanian economy is of 6.3 euro/hour.
This performance indicator is manifesting a growth general tendency, for both: EU and Romania, the increasing rate being obviously different.

Romania: Country & Cooperation Opportunities

Ladies and gentlemen,

First of all, a short presentation of Romania, country and economy and its recent and previous evolution and performances:

From the point of view of easiness of doing business, in the present Romania is ranked among first 40 countries worldwide, climbing more positions in the last few years.
The attractiveness of doing business in Romania is based on many facts and factors, out of which the level of tax payment that is the second best among the countries from the south east region of Europe, the simplification of the process of starting up a business and the significant reduction of the number of taxes due to be paid.
Romania has one of the lowest dividend taxes, namely 5%, an usual company is being taxed in general, with 16% on their volume of profit.
For the case that the respective companies are classified based on their size, as microenterprises, they are benefiting of even more advantageous taxes and conditions (for example 1% up to 3% from the volume of their turnover).
A lot of important international companies like Huawei, Microsoft, Daimler, Aerotec, Renault, Continental a.s.o. have set up their businesses in Romania, as a result of the favorable, predictable and stable business environment and the related advantages in Romania.
Regarding the evolution of the macroeconomic key indicators of Romania it is to say that the growth rate of the GDP was of 3.8% in 2015, of 5% in 2016 and the forecasts for 2017 and 2018 are that it will exceed 5%. The unemployment rate is of abt. 6.5% and is also developing in a favorable way, that is to say is lowering. The inflation rate das dramatically dropped down, down to almost negative values recently.
The general VAT has dropped down from 20% before 2017 to 19% beginning with 1st of January 2017 and will diminish to 18% beginning with 2018. There are also diminished values of the VAT rate, namely of 9% and 5%. The 9% VAT is applying for certain goods and services, among which food, restaurant and catering services and also accommodation services. The 5% reduced VAT is applying for cultural products and services, such as: books&magazines, cinema, museums, expositions and cultural events tickets.

You can see that the situation in Romania has considerably improved in the last few years, and hence there are additional possible opportunities with regard to our country, by comparison with the past situation.

Depending on your interests in our region, we would be glad to collaborate and contribute in your possible specific projects regarding Romania.

Herein below, our short presentation and details to our cooperation proposal for you and for your clients, as well:

Euro Support (www.eurosupport.ro), is a Romanian company established in 2004 with a considerable amount of experience in structural non-reimbursable EU funds and Romanian governmental funds, but in the analysis of the companies’ internal and external environment as well (Marketing analysis, Business plans etc.).
We have contacts with European partners whom we are representing, with a view to provide and distribute various means of production (machinery and equipment for the companies acting in the field of production).
Based on our own language competencies we can help you to find clients and cooperation partners in Romania and Europe, we can involve ourselves also in private touristic projects and we are delivering law services, as well.
We are convinced that we can contribute to the developing of our country and region so that all the economic key indicators such as BIP, gross salary and attractiveness of our area would grow and permanently develop with a more rapid growth rate.
We are interested in building partnerships and cooperation with European and Romanian companies, disregarding their size, with the purpose of find them clients and/or partners on the European or Romanian market, in order to supply and distribute production machinery and equipment for European production companies but we are offering them also the opportunity to sell and distribute also other European products and services they would be possibly interested in.

You can find and download the Contract form we are proposing in our website www.eurosupport.ro in the page Partners (EN) !

We are hoping in a mutual advantageous cooperation and looking forward to your reply !
www.eurosupport.ro

With kind regards,
Procontrade & Euro Support

Cooperation proposal

We, Procontrade Germany and Euro Support Romania, the managing entities of Romania Consult have contacts with European partners whom we are representing, with a view to provide and distribute various means of production (machinery and equipment for the companies acting in the field of production).

Based on our own language competencies we can help you to find clients and cooperation partners in Romania and Europe, we can involve ourselves also in private touristic projects and we are delivering law services, as well.

We are convinced that we can contribute to the developing of our countries and regions so that all the economic key indicators such as BIP, gross salary and attractiveness of our area would grow and permanently develop with a more rapid growth rate.

We are interested in building partnerships and cooperation with European companies, disregarding their size, with the purpose of find them clients and/or partners on the European market, in order to supply and distribute production machinery and equipment for European production companies but we are offering them also the opportunity to sell and distribute also other European products and services they would be possibly interested in.

You can find and download the Cooperation Agreement form in our Partners(EN) page: http://www.eurosupport.ro/Partners(EN)

Business News about Romania and the Romanian business environment

From the point of view of easiness of doing business, in the present Romania is ranked among first 40 countries worldwide, climbing more positions in the last few years.
The attractiveness of doing business in Romania is based on many facts and factors, out of which the level of tax payment that is the second best among the countries from the south east region of Europe, the simplification of the process of starting up a business and the significant reduction of the number of taxes due to be payed.
Romania has one of the lowest dividend taxes, namely 5%.
Regarding the yearly profit tax an usual company is being taxed in general, with 16% on their volume of profit.
For the case that the respective companies are classified based on their size, as microenterprises, they are benefiting of even more advantageous taxes and conditions (for example 1% up to 3% from the volume of their turnover).
A lot of important international companies like Huawei, Microsoft, Daimler, Aerotec, Renault, Continental a.s.o. have set up their businesses in Romania, as a result of the favorable, predictible and stable business environment and the related advantages in Romania.
Regarding the evolution of the macroeconomic key indicators of Romania it is to say that the growth rate of the GDP was of 3.8% in 2015, of 5% in 2016 and the forecasts for 2017 and 2018 are that it will exceed 5%. The unemployment rate is of abt. 6.5% and is also developing in a favorable way, that is to say is lowering. The inflation rate das dramatically dropped down, down to almost negative values recently.
The general VAT has dropped down from 20% before 2017 to 19% beginning with 1st of January 2017 and will diminish to 18% beginning with 2018. There are also diminished values of the VAT rate, namely of 9% and 5%. The 9% VAT is applying for certain goods and services, among which food, restaurant and catering services and also accommodation services. The 5% reduced VAT is applying for cultural products and services, such as: books&magazines, cinema, museums, expositions and cultural events tickets.