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Economic Section

The U.S. Embassy’s Economic Section monitors economic relations between the U.S. and Romania, and provides U.S. government agencies with accurate, timely, first-hand information and analysis on economic and financial developments in Romania.

The Economic section maintains regular contact with a variety of Romanian government institutions, American and Romanian business organizations, think-tanks and non- governmental organizations. The section follows Romanian economic policy developments to understand how they will affect U.S. interests, advocates for U.S. economic and business interests in Romania and explains U.S. economic policies and financial regulations to Romanian audiences, and provides assistance to U.S. firms doing business in Romania.

The U.S. and Romania enjoy a high degree of cooperation on a broad spectrum of issues. Among the issues tracked by the Economic Section are:

  • Anti-Corruption
  • Energy, Oil and Gas
  • Aviation
  • Financial Services and Financial Regulation
  • Intellectual Property
  • Investment and Investment Disputes
  • Labor Affairs
  • Information Technology and Telecommunications
  • Transportation
  • Environment, Science, Technology & Health
  • Agriculture
  • Entrepreneurship

Commercial Section

For over 20 years, the U.S. Commercial Service of the U.S. Department of Commerce has successfully brought together exporters and importers of U.S. goods and services from around the world. Our teams of more than 1,800 trade professionals in 105 U.S. cities and 151 U.S. Embassies, Consulates and Trade Centers all over the globe are trained to help companies navigate the complex international trade process.

CS Bucharest’s objective is to expand US exports to Romania by developing local contact bases, researching local market trends and developing opportunities for US companies accomplish this. The Commercial Service provides US companies with services (fee-based) to locate interested buyers, distributors and agents, and advocates on behalf of US companies when they face trade barriers that impede them from conducting business.

If you’d like to learn more about the Commercial Service visit: and for information specifically about CS Bucharest go to: Doing Business in Romania & & Commercial Services Romania.

Foreign Agricultural Services (FAS)

Since the 1950’s the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) has been linking U.S. agriculture to the world to enhance export opportunities and global food security. In addition to its Washington, D.C. staff, FAS has a global network of 96 offices covering 169 countries. These offices are staffed by agricultural attachés and locally hired staff who are the eyes, ears, and voice for U.S. agriculture around the world. FAS staff identify problems, provide practical solutions, and work to advance opportunities for U.S. agriculture and support U.S. foreign policy around the globe.

FAS Bucharest works on the Romanian market programs designed to improve the competitive position of U.S. agriculture in Romania.

If you would like further information related to the Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) please visit: or, if interested more specifically in activities and services offered by FAS Bucharest please feel free to visit our website FAS Bucharest.

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