Romania has registered a record production of 14.5 million tons of maize this year, overtaking France for the first time in history, ranking first among top maize producers in the EU, Eurostat data showed.
Employers in Romania have a hard time finding valuable candidates according to a new study carried out by online jobs portal Ejobs. The study was based on answers from 180 companies and the data was collected between August-September 2017.
In May 2017 compared with May 2016, industrial production increased by 4.0% in both the eurozone and in the EU, according to estimates from Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union.
The Romanian government has just launched today Startup Nation, a new support program to encourage the establishment of new small and medium-sized enterprises in Romania, improve the economic performance of start-ups and facilitate their access to finance.
Companies with foreign capital account on average for 70% of Romania's exports, 60% of the country’s imports, while they employee 1.2 million people or one-third of the total workforce in the private sector.
In 2015 in Romania 73,663 enterprise groups were identified, out of which 68,194 multinationals. Germany, France and Italy occupy the first three places in the top of countries that control business subgroups in Romania.
The number of companies with a real impact on the Romanian economy is decreasing warns insolvency practitioner Casa de Insolventa Transilvania (CITR) in its third edition of a study surveying Romanian companies between 2013-2015.
The vacancy rate on Bucharest's office market reported its lowest level in nine years, hitting 9,5 per cent, in Q1 2017 according to the latest report by real estate consultancy CBRE.
In 2016, the employment rate for working age population (15-64 years) was 61.6%, increasing by 0.2 percentage points as compared to the previous year, according to the data published by the National Institute of Statistics (INS).