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EU funds and state aid - 2024 financing for Romanian micro, small and medium-sized companies

1. SME grants of EUR 200,000-8 million in just transition counties

Micro-enterprises and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in 6 counties affected by the reduction of polluting industrial activity will be able to obtain grants of 200,000-8 million euros per project, in the form of regional state aid and de minimis aid.

Why open a transport company in Romania?

The current economic climate is highly favorable for the growth of the transport sector. Globalization, the emergence of new economies, and more recently the global pandemic, have increased the need for transport services across the whole economy. Companies such as restaurants, online stores, import-export businesses and large retailers rely on efficient goods transport and demand for this is now higher than ever. Because of this, opening a goods transport business in Romania can be a very profitable venture, as tax and insurance costs are comparatively low.

Company creation in romania made easy

With hundreds of companies established on behalf of our foreign clients, we offer the fastest and simplest option to set up Romanian companies at the lowest fees.

Moreover, such will be done by our professional lawyers, the only ones licensed in Romania to carry out a company formation. Your presence in Romania is not required.

We will draft all the necessary documentation, in bilingual Romanian-English so that you understand everything. You will only need to sign such documents  and soon your company will be up and running.

FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN ROMANIA INDIVIDUAL LABOR CONTRACT IN ROMANIA

The individual employment contract is regulated by Law no. 53/2003 of the Labor Code.

An important aspect to be mentioned is that the minimum age to be able to work and have an individual employment contract is 16 years, as provided in the Labor Code. An individual employment contract can also be concluded for people who are 15 years old, but only with the consent of their parents and only if the work performed does not endanger their health and professional development.