If you think about developing your business, Poland or Romania can be a good place to do it. After the crisis, both countries managed to create an appropriate environment for investing.

We, the PRBCCI, pay a lot of respect for those ready to make a step forward.

Poland and Romania are the two biggest countries in Central Europe, both in terms of area, population and GDP, both being members of the European Union and both scoring big rates of economic growth. Together, they form a considerable market of nearly 60 million people.

With low inflation, relatively low public debt, low interest rates, stable exchange rate and economy, Romanian and Poland performed well during the crisis and investors start to look for new opportunities.

Are you one of them?

Doing Business in Romania

The Romanian economy is one of Europe’s fastest developing markets. As the largest in south-eastern Europe and the second largest in CEE (after Poland), Romania recorded a constant rise of foreign investments. Following a 3.4% growth of GDP in 2013, 2.8% in 2014 and 3.7% in 2015, Romanian economy became one of the most competitive ones in the European Union.


Doing Business in Poland

Poland offers a lot of advantages to investors looking towards starting a new business, being one of the most attractive investment locations in the center of Europe. During the economic crisis, Polish economy managed to avoid the global recession and even to score positive growth rates, which creates the perfect environment for doing business.