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PwC: the global commerce of goods will double by 2030.Romania has a favourable geographic position

The volume of global commerce with goods will double until 2030 and Romania can benefit from this advance due to its favourable geographic position, but there is also need for fiscal and customs attractive climate as well as infrastructure, according PwC.


Our projection for the volume of goods exchanges which could be found around 3.3% per year, suggests that an important factor of global economic growth of this period will be commerce. Romania can benefit from this growth through the putting to value of the advantages due to its favourable geographic position so that it could become the Eastern gate of access to the European Union. In order to put to value this potential, Romania needs an attractive fiscal and customs climate and continuous investments in transport infrastructure’ stated, in a press release, Daniel Anghel, partner Fiscal Consultancy PwC Romania.


Thus, the PwC analysts estimate that in 2030 the volume of global commerce with goods will reach 18,000 billion dollars up to 2030, the projections of the company showing that a repositioning of the ‘ main actors’ on the global commercial stage, the Asian states becoming even more important from a commercial point of view.


At the same time, the analysts estimate that by 2030, China will be among the most important global routes of commerce due to the fact that, as they get richer, the consumers buy and want more imported goods, while the country is a key player in the manufacturing industry – even if they advance towards export goods of higher value.


The analysis includes 29 major economies selected on the basis of their present dimension (GDP) and the rate of growth estimated for the commercial flows.