SMEs in Romania create almost half the country’s gross value added

The small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Romania produce 44% of the gross value added in the economy. The production, trade, construction, professional activities and transport sectors account for 70% of the total gross value added. The first three sectors employ 60% of the total number of people active in SMEs. Some 66.2% of the employees in Romania work in SMEs, slightly under the EU level of 66.9%. Between 2008 and 2013, the number of workers in these companies increased by 2 percentage points, from 64% to 66%. More information in EY Romania report. Source: romania-insider.comTags: ,