International Trade in Romania

International Trade in Romania

Since the early 1990s, successive governments have gradually promoted a liberal economic policy to privatize the state owned companies. In 2006, almost 30% of Romania's GDP was still  generated by public companies. Following its accession to the European Union in January 2007, Romania has... Read more

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Overview About International Trade in Romania

Main Industry Sectors

Agriculture represents almost 7% of Romania's GDP and employs one fourth of the country's active population. The main resources and agricultural production in Romania are cereals, sugar beets and potatoes. However, the production remains very low in comparison with the the country's potential capacity. About 25% of the country is covered by forest (especially around Transylvania) and the logging industry is developing very fast.

The industrial sector contributes to about one third of the country's GDP and employs almost 25% of the active population. Historically, the manufacturing companies and the industrial sectors represent the backbone of Romania's economy. That is why many foreign direct investors are involved in heavy industry (metallurgy, steel), the manufacturing of vehicle parts, building and construction, petroleum refining and textiles. However, during the last few years, new technologies have been moving forward due to the growth of high-qualified workforce whose cost is lower than the European average.

Romania's economy is mainly centered in the services sector, which represents almost 60% of the GDP and employs about half of the nation's workforce.

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