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PM Ponta: I want Romania to ensure stability to all earnest investors

Saint-Gobain Glass opens laminated glass production line in Calarasi.

Premier Victor Ponta reiterated yesterday, in Calarasi that he wanted Romania to ensure stability to the earnest investors that contribute to this country’s economic growth, Agerpres reports. “I want to see, in the years to come, a development of investments, more jobs, taxes to the local and state budgets, but especially confidence,’ said Victor Ponta when a production line for laminated glass at the Saint-Gobain Glass plant was inaugurated. The economic growth is based on exports, on the development of private investments and on accessing European funds, said the Head of Government. ‘That company which creates a job in Romania deserves the thanks of any government. I gather that it is you I have to thank 500 times as there 500 families that came and connected their professional life to the success of this investment,’ said Victor Ponta.
The Premier also spoke of the role of the investor in the economic development of Calarasi and made it clear that an important part of the Calarasi production was meant for the growth of Romania’s exports. ‘This year that 1.8 percent economic growth at the beginning of the year is based on exports, on the development of private investments and on accessing European funds, a field in which we have managed to draw important funds for the very increase in the energy efficiency of the buildings in Romania,’ added Ponta.
Saint-Gobain Glass on Thursday inaugurated a production line for laminated glass in the Calarasi plant after a EUR 6 M investment. About 45 percent of the laminated glass production will be exported to 13 countries. The ceremony was attended by PM Victor Ponta and the French Ambassador Philippe Gustin.

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