Prime Minister Dacian Ciolos said on Monday, at the end of his visit to Germany, that he discussed among others with BMW representatives about the prospect of this company being more active in Romania in the near future.
The Romanian PM met representatives of the business environment, but also high-ranked politicians in the state of Bavaria.
The Prime Minister said he spoke with representatives of big German companies about “the opportunities related to the research, development and IT sectors.”
“We agreed to organise in the coming weeks the visit of a group of IT specialists from the BMW offices (…) to see the future options,” Ciolos pointed out.
The Prime Minister said that this German company has proven interest in respect to possible investment in Romania.
“I believe there is an interest on BMW’s behalf in taking a more careful look at the potential Romania has,” Dacian Ciolos said.
The chief of Government showed that he wanted to send a signal that “Romania is a favourable environment for investments in general.”
He spoke of the closeness between Romania and the state of Bavaria also referring to the fact that over 100,000 German ethnics of Romanian descent live in this region.