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Engie Romania grants scholarships of 700 lei/months to Bucharest, Brasov pupils in dual education

Engie Romania invests 5 million lei for the qualification of about 120 young professionals from Bucharest and Brasov, who will receive a scholarship of up to 700 lei per month plus transport and meal through the "Energy for my job," program, the company announced on Friday.

Commissioner Jourova: Activation of Art. 7 for Romania depends on what happens in the following days

The European Commission doesn't discuss yet about the activation of Article 7 in the case of Romania, but this depends on what will happen in the following days, on Thursday stated in Bucharest the European Commissioner for Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality Vera Jourova, who attended the "European Day of Competition and Consumers" conference.

European Investment Fund provides 170m euros for SMEs, students in Romania

The European Investment Fund (EIF) signed on Wednesday four financing agreements in Romania, extending more than 170 million euros to Romania for the development of small and medium-sized enterprises and to credit students who want to continue their studies abroad.

European Commissioner for Energy: BRUA gas pipeline, fundamental for EC, regardless of its route

The BRUA gas pipeline is fundamental for the European Commission and it is important for the gas to reach Austria regardless of the route to be decided, European Commissioner for Climate Action and Energy Miguel Arias Canete said on Tuesday in Bucharest.

FinMin Teodorovici: EU officials only feign interest in citizens, everyone for themselves

The Country Report presented by the European Commission that includes Romania in the imbalanced states' category was drafted based on media-provided information and placed in a wrong context, and the European officials often only feign interest in the EU citizens, while seeing to their own interest, Romanian Finance Minister Eugen Teodorovici on Friday told an event organised by the European Co

Commissioner Cretu:Not all Romanians benefit from economic growth;poverty increased significantly among children,rural environment

Not everybody benefits from the sustained economic growth of Romania and poverty among children and in the rural environment increased significantly, European Commissioner for Regional Policy Corina Cretu stated on Friday within the presentation conference of the Country Report for Romania, published by the European Commission on 27 February.

Head of small businesses' umbrella organisation: 2019 state budget fragile, built on chimerical commitment appropriations

This year's state budget is fragile and unbalanced, since it relies on commitment appropriations which are actually chimeras and mean rolling over payments from one year to another, Florin Jianu, president of Romania's National Council of Small and Medium-sized Private Enterprises (CNIPMMR) told a press conference.

New Draft Budget Law: Deficit of 36.15bn lei from 34.85bn lei in previous version

Bucharest, Feb 9 /Agerpres/ - The new Draft Budget Law, posted on Friday night on the website of the Ministry of Finance, provides for a deficit of the state budget of 36.157 billion lei, by 1.3 billion lei higher than in the version the previous one, of 34.857 billion lei.

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