Romania's Government through the Ministry of Business, Commerce and Entrepreneurship
The Ministry of Business, Commerce and Entrepreneurship was established through HG 23/18 January 2017 and it applies the strategy and the ruling programme of the small and medium-sized enterprises, the commerce, the entrepreneurship and the foreign investments in accordance with the requirements of the market economy and for the stimulation of economic operators.
The sector of small and medium-sized enterprises is a contributor of strategic importance to the economic growth and the job creation, and it should benefit from the state of a public policy regarding a keen regulation, a systematic consultation with representative organizations, an attractive fiscal system, increasing access to financing, simplification of the procedures and less paperwork.
The essential role of the Foreign Trade Department (FTD), which is part of the Ministry for Business Environment, Trade and Entrepreneurship, is to support economic development by promoting exports and Romania’s harmonious integration into the international relations global system.
The Board of Instruments and Export Promotion Programmes aims to increase of the degree of internationalisation of the Romanian companies, the competitiveness of Romanian products for export, employment growth in the areas concerned, as well as the performance and productivity, the promotion of Romanian quality products and high value-added services.
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