The Romanian business community has announced the creation of a coalition in response to the deterioration of the economic environment, a deterioration that was also caused by recent political turbulences, a press communiqué shows. The partnership, which seeks stability and economic growth, brings together organizations such as the American Chamber of Commerce in Romania (AmCham Romania), the Council of Foreign Investors (CIS), the Romanian Business Leaders Foundation (RBLF), the Dutch-Romanian Chamber of Commerce, the Romanian-British Chamber of Commerce, the Romanian-Canadian Bilateral Chamber of Commerce, the Romanian-Irish Bilateral Chamber of Commerce, the Romania-Finland Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Danish-Romanian Business Association and the Romania-Cyprus Bilateral Chamber of Commerce. The coalition, which wants to be an observer and supporter of economic reform measures, was set up after the diplomatic missions of EU member states and of Canada and the United States of America were consulted, Mediafax informs. The coalition is open to other business groups that want to join the initiative. The member companies of its founding organizations cover a significant share of total investments in Romania and offer thousands of jobs.