The moment when Dacia will leave Romania is not very far from now, businessman Ioan Niculae
The wealthiest man in Romania and owner of Interagro Group
, Ioan Niculae
, with ties to agriculture, energy and the food industry, stated yesterday, at a meeting of "Local Investors'
Forum" Association, that investors in Romania are "disappointed" and "the moment when French Group Renault will leave Romania is not far from now," businessmagazin.ro notes.
"I have noticed that the government is doing nothing to diminish the effects of the crisis, despite positive hopes at the start of the year, when we established the Romanian Investors'
Nine months later, we can only see coercive measures and no measures to stimulate the economy.
Over 17,000 companies have become insolvent in 2013 and we hope at least now, in the 14th hour, someone will listen to us," Ioan Niculae
also stated for Antena 3 that the reason why a lot of companies became insolvent in recent months is because the measures adopted by the new government were, more often than not, coercive and did not contribute to the economic relaunch.
Moreover, the strain on honest companies is increasing day by day, causing serious financial difficulties.
stated further that, while Romanian
investors expected the authorities to take measures for stimulating the economy at the start of the year, those expectations have not been fulfilled, and despite the current crisis, which not only did not subside, but in fact deepened in some sectors, the government has only taken coercive measures resulting in the closing down of entire industry branches.
The crisis is deepening in some sectors of local economy and the only business that is actually growing in Romania is opening supermarkets, businessman and chairman of the Romanian Investors' Council
, Ioan Niculae
"For the first time in 23 years, all my fertilizer factories are closed," he
"No measure has been taken so far to relaunch the economy.