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Romania has the edge over Hungary for investors

13.02.2012

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When it comes to investment in Eastern European economies, Romania may have the edge over near neighbour Hungary according to a piece written in the Business Review.

Despite a less from perfect infrastructure, including a motorway network which is measures just 313 kilometres, things are looking up for the country.

According to Anda Sebesi, from Business Review, the recent announcements by firms including Bosch, DeLonghi and Tata Motors to invest in the country is a positive one.

Dragos Cabat, partner at efin.ro, told the Business Review: "For foreign investors, both Hungary and Romania are emerging markets in the European Union.

"Hence, they have a high potential for growth and a much higher level of profitability, if the current EU financial and macroeconomic problems are solved."

According to the article, Hungary's problems include an authoritarian political system, a lack of enthusiasm towards the EU and an aggressive approach towards the International Monetary Fund.

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