„Romania to record an economic growth between 5 and 6% until 2014-2015”, says Vosganian
“From our calculation at the Ministry of Finance results that, up to 2014-2015, Romania will have a healthy economic growth, between 5-6% and it is expected to double its current Gross Domestic Product (GDP)”, stressed Vosganian.
“GDP growth per capita in just eight years, from 2,800 euros per capita in 2004 to almost
12,000 in 2012 or from 1,000 dollars in 2000 is, in my opinion, an amazing jump”, noted Vosganian.
He signalled the fact that Romania might become the seventh economic power in the European Union starting with the third decade of this century, in GDP terms.
Romania has entered, starting with September 2008, in the tenth consecutive year of economic growth, Romania’s pace being six times higher than the average growth rate in the EU. The average economic growth rate, over 2005-2007, stood at 6%.
The Minister of Economy participates in the seminar “Romanian economy, prospects for year 2009”, organized over September 18-19 in Cap Aurora (the Black Sea coast).