PM Tudose, Dacia Renault representatives talk about completing Pitesti-Sibiu motorway: We have all the interest so that this motorway materialize as soon as possible

Prime Minister Mihai Tudose discussed on Thursday with representatives of the Dacia Renault (Group Renault Romania) about the investments’ development in the auto industry, mentioning on this occasion the measures that the Gov’t has in mind the completion of the Pitesti-Sibiu motorway, according to a Government release.

The Executive’s head underscored, in the meeting he had at the Victoria Governmental Palace, Romania’s potential to draw foreign investments and presented some of the measures that the Gov’t has taken or plans to take regarding the road infrastructure, which are firstly necessary to Romania, not just to investors. An example in this regard was the completion of the Pitesti-Sibiu speedway.

“We have all the interest so that this motorway materialize as soon as possible and I already unblocked some things,” PM Mihai Tudose stated, according to the quoted source. He brought to mind that the documentation for the two sections of the speedway was registered in the electronic public procurement system (SEAP).

Other tackled topics were related to boosting the renewal of the vehicle fleet that are still in circulation and the excellence, research and innovation activities in the automotive industry, taking into account that Renault Romania has all the business divisions specific to the automotive industry, the Government release reads.

Romania is an important country to Renault and Dacia is a very important brand for the Group Renault Romania and we want that this successful story and our collaboration to continue, CEO of the Group Renault Romania Yves Caracatzanis stated as quoted in the release.

Since 1999 until now, Renault has invested in Romania 2.5 billion euro and generated almost 16,700 jobs.

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