EY ROMANIA

  |  21.11.2014

Romania remains amongst the most attractive destinations for investments in Eastern Europe

Romania climbed to third place in top most attractive markets for direct foreign investments in the CEE zone, gaining two percentage points in the investors’ preferences, according to the 2014 edition of the EY study – European attractiveness survey

In the context of a decreased attractiveness of the markets in Poland (31%, down 6% compared to 2013) and the Czech Republic (11%, down 4% compared to 2013), Romania (+2%) is considered, alongside Hungary (+3%) and Turkey (+4%), one of the most attractive destinations for investments in Eastern Europe.


For more information, please see the Romanian version of the article, here.
 

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