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October 22, 2021

Foreing dipolomats, business people see recovery sings

The signs of recovery from the global economic crisis are evident, also with regard to Romania, as there is optimism about the recovery chances of bilateral economic relations, the Diplomatic Corps members accredited to Romania said after the third edition of the party given by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania (CCIR) in their honor, reads a press release. Attending the event, Romanian businessman Ion Tiriac said: “After things get normal, we hope that we (Romanians) will get up and start running, because there are so many things which need to be done… I am convinced that investors will return in numbers, as it was the case six-seven years ago, before the advent of the crisis. (…) Before World War 2, Romania was among the economic powers of Europe, and I still believe it will find the place it deserves in the European Union, in the next years.”

In his turn, CCIR President Mihail Vlasov said that in 1990, as Romania was returning to democracy, Petre Roman – the premier of the first democratic government – signed a decree on founding the Chambers of Commerce once again, 50 years after their activity was suspended. “(…) I am convinced that we did very well and now, after almost 21 years, I believe there is still much to do, for these chambers to become real drivers of the Romanian economy,” former PM Petre Roman stated, marking the anniversary of 147 years from the creation of Romania’s first Chamber of Commerce. (A.B.)

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