Romania: Resources

Government Resources
Main Government Page
Statistics Office
Central Banks
Stock Exchanges
Commerce Ministry

News Sites

Romania: Nine O'Clock

Nine O'Clock is a news publication targeting foreign residents living in Romania, whether business people, personnel of diplomatic missions, residents, or tourists. The business page of the website provides updated business news on topics such as the economy, investments, and company specific events.

Regulatory Agency Sites

Romania: Financial Supervisory Authority (ASF)

The Romanian Financial Supervisory Authority, also known as the Authoritatea de Supraveghere Financiara (ASF), is charged with the oversight and regulation of the Romanian Financial Services Industry. The site contains information on regulation, investing, and an annual report produced by the ASF.

Romania: Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development

The website for the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development provides information about agricultural industry, rural development, and the food industry. In addition, the site contains information about fisheries, phitosanitary issues, transparency, and press releases. Some parts of the resource are only available in Romanian. 

Romania: Ministry of Health (MS)

Ministry of Health (MS) is responsible for managing the National Health Program and the general regulation framework in Romania. The site provides information about the structure of the ministry and information about various topics of concern, such as nutrition, drugs, and flu season. In addition, the site provides various reports, press releases, and speeches. Only available in Romanian.

Romania: National Agency for Medicines and Medical Devices (NAMMD)

The National Agency of Medicines and Medical Devices (NAMMD) surveys the safety of medicinal products for human use in Romania. The NAMMD maintains a high level of performance and safety of medical devices in use by healthcare networks. The agency also ensures access to useful information on medicinal products for patients and healthcare professionals.

Romania: National Audiovisual Council (CNA)

The National Audiovisual Council (CNA) is responsible for regulating the audio visual sector in Romania and for ensuring that TV and radio operate in the environment of free speech, responsibility, and competitiveness. The site provides information about regulations, recent news, various reports and studies, and publications.

Romania: National Authority for Management and Regulation in Communications (ANCOM)

The National Authority for Management and Regulation in Communications (ANCOM) aims to provide a competitive environment in the communications market, while protecting interests and maintaining fair prices for consumers. In addition, ANCOM encourages innovation and efficient investments in infrastructure and manages scarce resources. The site provides information about industry, studies and statistics, legislation, and recent news.

Romanian Space Agency (ROSA)

The Romanian Space Agency (ROSA) is the national coordinating body of space activities. The missions of ROSA are to promote development in the space field and promote international cooperation. ROSA is developing its own research and development projects.

Other Resources

Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania (CCIR)

The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania (CCIR) is a non-governmental organization that promotes the interests of Romanian traders and industrialists at home and abroad. The site offers information about market regulations, projects, and various services. In addition, the site provides business information and publications, various events, and recent news and press releases.

Export Opportunities in Romania

Provided by Enterprise Ireland, Export Opportunities in Romania reviews indicators and opportunities in Romania as well as useful information business sources. The file opens in PDF format.