MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND TRADE. Sectoral Operational Programme “INCREASE OF ECONOMIC COMPETITIVENESS” October 2005. CONTENTS SOP “INCREASE OF ECONOMIC COMPETITIVENESS”. SOCIO-ECONOMIC ANALYSIS STRATEGY 2.1. Objectives, Priorities and Measures;
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Sectoral Operational Programme
“INCREASE OF ECONOMIC COMPETITIVENESS”
2.1.Objectives, Priorities and Measures;
2.2.Compliance with European and national development policies;
2.3.Contribution to horizontal objectives (sustainable development, equal opportunities, information society, public procurement, competition policy);
is the increase of Romanian companies’ productivity in
order to reduce the disparities compared to the average
productivity of EU. The measures taken to fulfill the
objective will lead until 2015 to a productivity average
yearly growth of about 5.5% and will allow Romania to
reach approx. 55% of the EU average.
Increase of SMEs (turnover) share in GDP by 20% by 2015
Increase of Gross Expenditure for R&D (GERD) up to 3% of GDP by 2015
Increase of Internet penetration (enterprises / population) from 52% / 19% in 2004 to 70% / 55% by 2015.
Reducing of primary energy intensity by 40 % until 2015, compared with 2001.
Priority 1: Increase in economic competitiveness by enhancing market access of enterprises, especially SMEs
Priority 2: Development of a knowledge-based economy by promoting research and innovation and accelerating the development of the Information Society
Priority 3: Improvement of energy efficiency and increased use of renewable energy resources
Priority 4: Technical assistance
M1.1. Support to productive investments and preparation of Romanian enterprises for Single Market competition;
M1.2. Improvement of enterprises’, especially SMEs’, access to financing;
M1.3. Development of business infrastructure and consultancy services for business;
M1.4. Improvement of access on external markets and support for internationalization efforts of enterprises, especially SMEs;
M1.5. Promotion of Romanian tourism potential – factor of improving
Romania’s image as a tourism destination and leverage factor for economic competitiveness.
Priority 2:Development of a knowledge-based economy by promoting research and innovation and accelerating the development of the Information Society
National Agency for Small and Medium Enterprises and
quarterly reunions of the Consultation Committee for SMEs
Ministry of Communication and Information Technology
– consultations with professional associations, employers’ associations, economic operators on the information society section of the NDP, the relevant measures of SOP strategy, preliminary identification of potential projects
National Authority for Scientific Research
Energy Policy Directorate
(Ministry of Economy and Trade)
National Authority for Tourism