Romania - Tax, Legal & Investments Supplement 

The 2019 edition of the Tax, Legal & Investments Supplement by Romania-Insider.com brings together the essentials to doing business in Romania: 

 

  • Deals of the year in Romania 
  • Foreign investments to Romania 
  • Taxation overview 
  • Doing business in Romania from an intercultural perspective 
  • Moving to Romania 
  • Visa & Immigration overview 
  • Main competition topics for 2019 
  • Real estate lowdown 
  • HR & salaries 

This project was made possible with support from the following partner: Plantronics, Mazars Romania, Nestlers, Rilvan Moving & Relocations, Filip & Company, Officerentinfo.com, Warehouserentinfo.com. 

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