Trade has existed since the world and will last as long as people need goods.

It is equally true that, in trade, things are in constant motion, and the digital and technological revolution is changing not only manufacturing, but also the actual conduct of business.

Import – export in Romania – an overview

Romania ranks 25th worldwide in the Atlas of Economic Complexity, with a projected annual growth rate of 3%.

The ranking made by the Center for International Development of Harvard University is based on statistical data from the world export-import sector provided by the International Monetary Fund and analyzes in detail the economic performance of the most important countries in the world.

In the last 10 years, Romania has climbed five positions in the mentioned ranking, which means that now there are more business opportunities for Romanian companies compared to previous years.

At the same time, the fields in which export-import activities can be successfully carried out are more and more numerous and diversified.

The IT&C services sector, which is expanding not only in Romania, also has a significant contribution to the value of recent Romanian exports.

They are joined, according to a recent study published by the Competition Council, by the export of various manufactured goods, ie clothing and accessories, footwear and the like, one of the few sectors in which a trade surplus has been observed.

The European Union is the main export market chosen by Romanian companies, with a percentage of 76%, while only 24% of companies choose to export to the non-EU market. The reason is most often the difficult procedures for access to these markets and the difficulty of identifying dis