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For Money Launderer Turned Bank Adviser Gives Romanians A Few Tips

Kenneth Rijock has a criminal past, as a former money launderer. But after ten years of laundering close to one billion dollars - according to his own statement - he decided to move on the right side of the law and...

The Finance Minister, Gheorghe Pogea, promises he will unlock the VAT refunds

The financial blockage, which crushed the local economy during the first 15 years of capitalism, is felt again due to the effects of the economic crisis. The state is a major contributor to the "burial" of the firms, by...

Half of the country has smaller wages

The wages of 50% of the Romanians were cut in March due to the financial crisis, particularly by the disappearance of bonuses, according to a GfK study. The most affected are the small employers and the freelancers:...
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Romanian Made Furniture Drops Our Of Favor

Demand for domestic made furniture is forecast to be 30% lower this year when compared to last year, to reach an estimated 820 milion Euro in sales, an InterBiz study found. The reasons lie in the downspiral of...

Recession comes in the third quarter

The toughest part of the recession will be felt by Romania in the third quarter, while the economy will start to grow in the last quarter, according to NBR. "Some time ago I thought the toughest point of the recession...

The European Commissioner, a technocrat, not a politician

President Traian Băsescu said yesterday that the naming of the European commissioner from Romania would be based on competence, not on political criteria. This put an end to the quarrel between PSD and PD-L on this...

23% less foreign investments

The foreign investments as a contribution to the capital of companies registered in Romania totaled nearly 1.3 billion Euros in the first four months of the year, 23% less than in the same period of last year. The...

EC Says Stamp Tax Should Be Null, While Court Fines Higher, For Botched Public Procurement Bids

The European Commission was less than pleased with alterations in March that Romanian authorities made to the laws regulating the public procurement process, which instituted a mandatory stamp tax of 2% of the contract...

Architects Ponder Over Crowded And Dysfunctional Capital City

Architects and environment NGO members met on Thursday to ponder over the pitiful state Bucharest had arrived at over the past 20 years of post-communist chaotic development, in meeting organized by Forum Invest. Lack...

Central Bank Not Sure Government Plan To Finance Mortgages Will Bode Success

The Romanian Executive announced new financing criteria for people buying their first house. But a top Central Bank officer was cautious about the chances for success the program held. Central Bank Chief Economist Valent...

US Contractor Bechtel Wants 250 Mln Euro More To Finish Highway

The US contractor Bechtel, which is in charge with building the Transylvania highway in Romania, wants 250 million Euro more to finish the work on the section between Cimpia Turzii and Gilau. Only 18-kilometer of the...

Government Plans To Reorganize Loss Making Electrical Power Sector

The European Commission might flag down Romania if it fails to properly reorganize its coal industry. The fear is the state might couple the National Coal Company with other companies, making it impossible to determine...

Fleeing Romania During Communism, Not An Easy Job II

Hundreds, maybe thousands of Romanians tried to flee communist Romania over the border, some choosing to swim across the Danube, never to be heard from again by their relatives and friends. Kosta Jakovljevic, a retired...

Large banks and systematic risks

I have written several articles about the causes of the current financial crisis. But one aspect requires more attention. The argument "too large to be let to fall" often causes discussions. If the financial groups'...

Electoral gifts threaten economy

The rapid wage growth sends a negative signal to the business environment, says Parvan. The electoral gifts compete to endanger the economy of Romania. The echoes of the wage increase by 50% for teachers and of the...
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