The Government on Friday adopted the second edition of the Start-Up Nation programme, with the online platform for registration with the programme to be opened in the second half of December, according to the Government spokesman, Nelu Barbu.
"In today's Government meeting there was adopted the second edition of the Start-Up Nation programme. The main modifications already brought to the second edition, in comparison with the first, refers to the simplification of the programme. Not it was built based on the experience accumulated in the case of the Start-Up National 2017, an increase of the transparency level, a higher attention paid to fields that require more attention from the state and namely production, services, creative industries and trade and are being promoted those areas of the country with a very low, namely the number of SMEs per hundred inhabitants is smaller than 4 against the county level," Barbu mentioned.
He also said that the final version of the minimis scheme is already published on the website of the Ministry for Business Environment, Trade and Entrepreneurship. "The online registration platform is currently being tested, so that in the second half of this month to be opened," said Barbu.