Romania stands 56 among 70 countries with a score of 3.5 points in terms of compliance with property rights, a new report of a Washington DC-based organization shows. The Property Rights Alliance report, produced in partnership with dozens of partners worldwide, puts Romania behind Bulgaria (52nd on the list) and many other European countries.

The study evaluates the level of private property security in certain countries, based on criteria from three fields - Political and Legislative, Physical Property Rights, and Intellectual Property Rights.

And it shows people in countries leading the list benefit of an income per capita eight times higher than those on the bottom of the list.