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Articles - investitori

Romania, an attractive real estate market for CEE investors

Romania has remained an attractive real estate market for new or already existing investors in the Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) region, boosted by rising purchasing power and dominated by retail and office space, according to the KPMG Barometer on Real Estate Lending .

Investors continue to diversify global real estate portfolios

Despite the current political environment, investors continue to target real estate assets. Strong occupier expansion, low vacancy rates and limited development pipelines have supported a gradual shift in market conditions to favour landlords, resulting in rental growth and stability across the majority of European markets during 2018.

Foreign Investors Council: In the search for new investors Romania must first convince the existing ones

The most recent results of the FIC Business Sentiment Index (carried out in March 2018) came to confirm the significant drop in trust recorded last year in spite of the fact that 54% of respondents are anticipating a growth in their revenues.

Survey: Austrian investors looking to expand their operations in Romania

The Austrian business community sees a big growth potential on the Romanian market in the following period. Besides the investments (especially the expansion and modernization of existing enterprises), new workplaces creation are planned, according to a survey carried out by Advantage Austria, the commercial section of Austrian Embassy in Bucharest.

Ovidiu Şandor, ModaTim Investment: Romania needs local entrepreneurs

Romania needs local entrepreneurs, representing the resource which could carry forward the country, considers Ovidiu Şandor, the president of the real estate development ModaTim Investment Timişoara.

Foreign investors could receive Romanian citizenship sooner

The foreign business people who invest more than EUR 1 million in Romania will receive the Romanian citizenship sooner than the normal waiting time, namely in maximum two years.

Romania’s economic growth boosts business sentiment

Some 60 percent of companies expect their revenues to grow in 2016, while 15 percent anticipate a contraction, according to a study conducted by The Foreign Investors Council (FIC) among its members.

Finance Minister: Romania can be the investors’ new darling

Romania’s Finance Minister Anca Dragu believes that Romania can become one of the foreign investors’ favorite destinations in Eastern Europe, as the political changes in Poland have eroded the investors’ confidence in this country, until recently the region’s top performer.
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