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February 28, 2021
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A new programme of promoting the Romanian products

The Romanian authorities intend to organize in 2015, at northern Bucharest Romexpo exhibition centre a show of the Romanian companies called ‘Fabricat in Romania’ or ‘Produs in Romania’.

The Romanian authorities intend to organize in 2015, at northern Bucharest Romexpo exhibition centre a show of the Romanian companies called ‘Fabricat in Romania’ or ‘Produs in Romania’ (manufactured or made in Romania), on Wednesday announced the Economy minister, Constantin Nita at the opening of the Bucharest International Technical Fair – TIB.
‘The Commerce and Industry Chamber of Romania, has together with the Economy Ministry a promotion programme of the Romanian goods. We have in view to open at Romexpo in 2015 a fair of the Romanian companies under the name ‘Fabricat in Romania’ or ‘Produs in Romania’, where they could exhibit their products because here, at Romexpo is the place where the demand meets the offer. Here one could see if the Romanian goods are matching the same competitiveness with the foreign companies’ ones. Besides, Romania has advanced this year in the competitiveness world top to 59 from 76 and I hope to advance further, the more so we have a strategy promoted in competitiveness, through the promotion of the Romanian goods and of some industries specific to Romania’, Constantin Nita underlined.
Over 400 companies from 13 countries display their offer at the 40th edition of the Bucharest International Technical Fair (TIB) in Bucharest, from October 15 to 18 at Romexpo exhibition centre.
For four days, visitors will be provided with a series of novelties at three prestigious events: TIB – the Bucharest International Technical Fair, ExpoEnergy – International Fair for Renewable Energy, Conventional Energy, Equipment and Technologies for Oil and Natural Gas, Inventika – Inventions and Innovations Salon.
The events bring together over 400 companies from Austria, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Great Britain, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Turkey and Hungary.

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