In Romania we focus on:
Sustainable infrastructure and regional development;
Productivity by helping private companies expand and improve workforce skills;
- Financial intermediation and further development of capital markets.
As well as being a country where the EBRD works, Romania is also an EBRD donor. At the time of its accession to the European Union, Romania made available €18 million from state budget and EU’s pre-accession funds to support access to finance to local micro enterprises. More recently, Romania became a donor to the Eastern Europe Energy Efficiency and Environment Partnership Fund, contributing €100,000 for projects in Moldova.
The EBRD’s latest Romania strategy was adopted on 23 April 2020
- EBRD's latest Romania strategy
- Local language translation
- Report on the invitation to the public to comment
- Romania country diagnostic
Current EBRD forecast for Romania’s Real GDP Growth in 2022 2.5%
Current EBRD forecast for Romania’s Real GDP Growth in 2023 3.0%
removal of Covid-19 restrictions has improved confidence, the war on Ukraine has brought an additional layer of inflationary and supply chain difficulties.