The present book makes an analysis of the role that culture has played over the economic development of Romania. The first part present the development of the entrepreneurial culture within our country after 1990, emphasizing the change of the social paradigm, the first entrepreneurs, the evolutions of the 2000’s or the impact of the economic crisis. The next chapter analysis the influence of the Orthodox Church over the labor culture in Romania, explaining the role of the church through history but also the relation between state and church. In the third part, the regions of Romania are presented, being analyzed from the perspective of the main macroeconomic indicators but also culturally. An important chapter is the one regarding the economic trade relations between Romania and its neighbors, making a parallel of the evolution of trade, integrated into a cultural paradigm. This book also includes a chapter dedicated to the main trade partner of Romania, Germany: the bilateral trade, the FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) structure but also the institutions that promote the German economic interests in Romania. Chapter seven makes a presentation of the labor culture in Germany, the main characteristics of the German businessmen and their etiquette norms and customs. Chapter eight is dedicated to TTIP (Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership) and its impact over Romania and its neighbors. Finally, the authors analyze the differences in the world regarding culture and body language, in order to better understand the characteristics of our potential business partners.