The regional development and the common Hungarian - Romanian projects allow a large range of investments, state and private - financed. Beyond the political statements, massive investments are expected in infrastructure, energy, retail, constructions and tourism.

After Romania’s accession to the EU, Hungary will be seen both as a partner and a competitor, journalists say.

Hungary has more affordable prices (for the moment) mainly in basic products and home appliances and holds a significantly more developed infrastructure, lower real estate prices on the market and better highways.

Hungary’s interest is to have highways that wouldn’t end at the border, editors believe, and is also interested in improving the railroad and Danube transportation.