Prime Minister Pavel Filip and the chairman of the Prahova Trade and Industry Chamber from Romania, Aurelian Gogulescu, have discussed about speeding up the dialogue among entrepreneurs.
The Moldovan official has said today the Government works to better the business climate, which is a priority.
"It’s paramount to become attractive to investors. We are a pro-business Government because we want to make social and public investment," Pavel Filip stated.
Aurelian Gogulescu described his region and its industries and confirmed the Romanian business people’s interest to set up partnerships with Moldovan companies.
Representatives of 40 Romanian companies attended a business forum within the rolling ‘Fabricat în Moldova’ (Made in Moldova) exhibition.