Romania was designated in the latest Ernst & Young study as the most attractive target for foreign investments in the South-Eastern Europe, surpassing the Czech Republic and Poland. The study involved 200 company executive managers worldwide.

In brief:

- 58% of the respondents indicated Romania as an attractive country for their businesses

- 28% mentioned Romania as a destination for future investments

- Romania is preferred due to low taxes on profit, low labor force cost and productivity increase potential;

- the weak spots in Romania are the infrastructure, the research centers, political stability and the quality of life.