The National Multi-annual Micro-industrialization Program
The objective of the national multiannual micro-industrialization Program is supporting the investments in the priority economic sectors set out by this procedure and increasing the activity volume and the competitiveness of the small and medium-size companies in these sectors.
This procedure establishes a transparent scheme of de minimis aid.
The scheme applies throughout Romania, in all 8 development regions.
State aid according to the Government Decision no. 8072014 for creating a state aid scheme that has the objective of stimulating investments greatly influencing the economy
The objective of the state aid scheme is the regional development by achieving initial investments in high technology assets, for making products with great added value, regardless of the size of beneficiaries. The total value of an investment project must be at least 44 million Lei. That value was determined by considering an equivalent value of approximately 10 million Eur (calculated at an exchange rate of 4.4 Lei / Eur).
The investment projects whose total value is below the threshold of 44 million Lei are not eligible for state aid funding within this scheme.
The total value of the investment is the value of the eligible expenses and the value of all eligible tangible and intangible assets, VAT excluded, corresponding to the initial investment.
State aid according to the Government Decision no. 3322014 on creating a state aid scheme for supporting the investments that promote regional development, by creating jobs, with the subsequent modifications and completions
The objective of the state aid scheme is the regional development, by achieving initial investments, which determine the creation of jobs, regardless of the size of the beneficiaries and the investment value.
The state aid scheme was created according to the provisions of the Regulation (EU) no. 651/2014 of the Commission, of June 17, 2014 for declaring certain aid categories compatible with the domestic market for applying articles 107 and 108 of the Treaty