Romanian Prime Minister Mihai Tudose on Wednesday welcomed visiting Director-General of the World Trade Organization (WTO) Roberto Azevedo to discuss the policies of his Cabinet that boost investment. The Romanian Government says in a press statement that the discussion of the investment boosting policies was made so that the policies may be promoted at the 11th WTO ministerial conference scheduled for December in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
"Romania is on the right track, although the pace is not always the desired one. We want to share our success stories, and, in our turn, we are open to learn from the experience of our partners," Tudose is quoted as saying about the positive developments in Romania's main economic indicators.
In his turn, Azevedo commended the Romanian Government for its vision to support small investors and boost private enterprise under programmes started by the Ministry for the Business Environment, Trade and Entrepreneurship. He is quoted as saying Romania has taken important steps and commending the Romanian Government for its vision, urging Romania to share its good practices inside the WTO.
Also attending the meeting at the Government House was Minister for the Business Environment, Trade and Entrepreneurship Ilan Laufer, who mentioned Romania's wish to become increasingly more visible worldwide through initiatives that support the internationalisation of Romanian companies.