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MediaSind TVR decides to continue excessive zeal strike for dismissal of Romanian Television director

Members of the branch of the MediaSind Romanian Union of Journalists (SRJ) in the Romanian Television (TVR) have decided on Friday to continue the strike through excessive zeal started for the purpose of provoking the dismissal, in urgent regime, of the President-General Director of the Romanian Television Society, as well as the directors of the Human Resources and Legal departments, a documen

FinMin Teodorovici: New Commission must consider all member states' interests in taking major initiatives

The Minister of Public Finance, Eugen Teodorovici, said it is absolutely necessary the new European Commission to take into account the interests of all member states, and not only of some of them that are believed to be stronger and more influent. "I hope that the new team of the European Commission will truly approach every matter in the spirit of cohesion.

FPPG: Romania is the largest natural gas producer in Eastern Europe

Romania is the largest natural gas producer in Easter Europe, with an average natural gas production in recent years of about 11 billion cubic meters, the Oil and Gas Employers' Federation (FPPG) stated. "Today, 13 September, we are celebrating the Day of the Romanian Gas Worker.

European Cyber Security Challenge 2019 to take place in Bucharest between 9 and 11 October

This year's edition of the European Cyber Security Challenge (ECSC), a contest at European level whose topic is cyber security will take place in Bucharest, between 9 and 11 October, at the Palace of Parliament, the Romanian National Computer Security Incident Response Team (CERT-RO) informed.

Romania's economy advances 4.7pct in H1 2019, fuelled by consumption

Romania's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in the first six months of 2019 by 4.7pct in unadjusted terms and by 4.8pct when adjusted for seasonality, compared with H1 2018, mainly fuelled by household consumption, according to provisional data released on Friday by the National Institute of Statistics (INS).

BNR survey shows banks anticipating moderate tightening of credit standards in Q3, regardless of company size

Banks in Romania foresee that lending conditions will be left unchanged over the next quarter - Q3 2019 - for both types of loans to households, mortgage and consumer loans. As for non-financial corporations, banks anticipate a moderate tightening of credit standards, regardless of the company size, according to a lending survey conducted by the National Bank of Romania (BNR).

Spot electricity price nears record highs in Romania as imports exceed 1,000 MW

Electricity prices on the spot stock market has reached a high of 655 lei per MWh on Monday, very close to the absolute record high, with imports of around 1,200 MW, according to an AGERPRES analysis of data with OPCOM and Transelectrica. Thus, the average price of electricity delivered on Monday is 505 lei per MWh, while the highest is 655 lei per MWh, with a peak-hour average of 622 lei.