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Minister for Business Environment proposes Start Export, a new programme meant to encourage exports

Start Export is the project I propose you for this year, a programme designed to develop according to the needs of the business environment, which will be based on three important pillars, Stefan-Radu Oprea, the Minister for Business Environment, Trade and Entrepreneurship, told a specialized forum on Tuesday.

Capital Market Forum this Friday to look at diversification of BVB products, establishment of Central Counterparty

The prospect of the Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB) to promote to emerging market status, the diversification of BVB products, the need for setting up the Central Counterparty and the stage of the Sovereign Investment Fund are among the main topics the second Capital Market Forum taking place this Friday in Bucharest will be looking at; the event is organized by the Financial Intelligence econom

Labour Pact conference to discuss market trends, skilled labour shortage

Skilled labour shortage and its impact on companies, attracting skill labour and surveying market trends are some of the subjects to be discussed on Wednesday at a Labour Pact conference in Cluj-Napoca. "Romania needs a stable, predictable economy, where economic laws are not changed every year, an economy where the country's budget is built on real bases.

Former AgriMin Valeriu Tabara: Growing aridity impacts almost 70 pct of country's surface

In an interview for AGERPRES, former Minister of Agriculture and current head of the Academy for Agricultural Science Valeriu Tabara said that in Romania, the ongoing, undisputable climate change has brought along a gradual rise in temperatures in the last 15-20 years, by 2 - 2.5 degrees Celsius on average, thus triggering a soil drying process, particularly in the regions of Dobrogea, the Danu

Tax authority: Romania no longer among EU states to experience tax gap widening

Romania is no longer among the countries that experience the widening of the tax gap, said the National Tax Administration Agency (ANAF), referring to the European Commission's recent VAT Gap report. For Romania, the figures show that the fiscal gap remained approximately steady at 35.8 percent in 2016 and 35.5 percent in 2017 (the numbers are rounded off to 36 percent for both years).

Franklin Templeton's Romania CEO: Time Gov't was genuinely concerned to develop country's capital market

The government should be genuinely concerned to develop the country's capital market, and the listing of state-owned companies such as Hidroelectrica and Bucharest Airports could significantly contribute to Romania's promotion to emerging market status, says Johan Meyer, Franklin Templeton Investments CEO and Fondul Proprietatea portfolio manager.

FP portfolio manager Johan Meyer says investing in Cernavoda reactors 3 and 4 makes no sense financially

Investing in reactors 3 and 4 of the Cernavoda nuclear power plant are not financially justified, and the subject is politically extremely sensitive, Johan Meyer, Franklin Templeton Investments CEO and Fondul Proprietatea portfolio manager told a news conference on Wednesday. Investing in reactors 3 and 4 makes no sense financially whatsoever.

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