We have an extensive, precise and continuously updated database on all key-buyers and local partners in Europe and due to our new Asian representative, in all Asian regions.
We design a tailor made project for your company and we bring the relevant contacts you need to develop your business internationally.
Our clients are companies of all sizes and belong to different industries, which all have one thing in common: they all face the challenge of expanding and growing their businesses in Central and Eastern Europe. They benefit from our local experience and we provide them with accurate market intelligence and consultancy services in this very dynamic developing region.
CoreTrade International guides companies in any business situation to get operations up and running and achieve corporate growth. We offer a full-service package, from market research up to market entry, partner search and M&A tailor-made solutions for the most ambitious business ventures in CEE.
We encourage business growth in Central and Eastern Europe, the CIS and the Baltic states.
The contract comes from Lukerg – a joint venture between Italy’s ERG Renew and Russia’s Lukoil.
Lukerg will take 36 V90-2.0 MW machines for its Topolog Dorobantu wind project in Tulcea County.
66,174 contracts have been assigned last year via public acquisition procedures and their value exceeded 12,5 billion Euro.
For more details on this subject, please visit http://www.anrmap.ro.
At the beginning of this year, the European Council agreed on a global limit of 959,988 billion Euro, designed for a 28 member states European Union, based on the hypothesis that Croatia would become a member during the 2013 adhesion.
Since joining the European Union (EU) in 2007, Romania has been receiving regional policy subsidies from Community funds. The aim is to bring the standard of living up to the level of the other countries in the EU, and also to encourage a balanced development throughout the entire country. Of the 21.5 million Romanians, more than half are already living in cities, with increasing numbers of young Romanians leaving their homes and moving to the cities.
Outside EU: Armenia is a member of the CIS countries, known as a developing economy.
Armenia can competitively satisfy the needs of electronic companies seeking to more cost effectively serve customers in Europe, while positioning themselves to exploit new and expanding opportunities in Russia and other CIS countries.
Literally, at the crossroads of East European, West Asian and Middle East markets, Armenia's commanding position in further enhanced courtesy of tariff free access to CIS markets.