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The debut of Carpathia Capital on AeRO market in Bucharest

Carpathia Capital’s share price at the opening of the first session AeRO market was RON 3.90, and at the end was RON 5.55. AeRO market is an alternative trading system created by the Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB) dedicated to the segment of small and medium enterprises, companies in the early stage of development and start-up […]

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Romania, first for economic evolution in next six months

Romania has advanced to the first place in Central and Eastern Europe for the financial experts’ perception of the economic development in the next six months. The index that measures the analysts’ expectations has gone up with over 27 points, to 50.1 points, according to the German Centre for European Economic Research ZEW. In January, […]

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Romania Plans to Cut Taxes From 2016 to Boost Economic Growth

Romania plans to start cutting taxes from next year to boost economic growth and increase living standards after four years of austerity, Prime Minister Victor Ponta said.The cabinet intends to cut value-added tax to 20 percent from 24 percent and reduce the levy for meat, fish, vegetables and fruit to 9 percent, Finance Minister Darius […]

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Romania’s economy grows by 2.9% in 2014

Romania’s gross domestic product (GDP) increased by 2.9% in 2014, compared to 2013, according to flash estimates released by the National Statistics Institute (INS). In the fourth quarter of 2014, Romania’s GDP grew by 2.6% compared to the same period of 2013, in gross terms. The increase was 2.5%, in seasonally adjusted terms. Romania’s economy also […]

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Romania, among EU’s least dependent on energy imports

Romania was among the least dependent countries on energy imports in the European Union, in 2013, after Estonia (11.9%) and Denmark (12.3%). Romania imported 18.6% of its energy, according to the statistical office of the European Union (Eurostat). The main energy producers in the EU were France (135 million tonnes of oil equivalent, 17% of […]

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