Simona Iacob

EduMin Anisie: Romanian school is below level of challenges of current generations of students

Romanian school is below the level of challenges faced by the current generations of students and has remained captive to conservative formulas, said on Monday the Minister of Education, Monica Anisie, in the plenary of the Chamber of Deputies, at the debate of the simple motion dubbed "Step by step we have reached educational collapse - PNL created Un-Educated Romania" signed by 93 deputies fr

GCS: COVID-19 death toll hits 1,202

Five more persons infected with the novel coronavirus have died, taking the COVID-19 death toll to 1,202, on Monday informs the Strategic Communication Group. The latest victims are three men and two women aged between 49 to 84, from the counties of Vrancea, Hunedoara, Prahova, and Galati and the City of Bucharest.

Coronavirus latest: Romania's total caseload rises by 127 to 17,712

A number of 127 new cases of people infected with the novel coronavirus have been recorded in Romania since the last last update, bringing the total case count to 17,712, the Strategic Communication Group (GCS) reported on Friday. Of the people confirmed positive, 10,777 have been declared cured and discharged from hospital. As many as 200 COVID-19 patients are in intensive care.

Assets managed by mandatory pension funds - up 18.4% at end-April

The total assets managed by the seven mandatory pension funds amounted to 61.87 billion lei at the end of April 2020, up by 18.4% compared to April 2019 and by 192.46% more than the value registered five years ago, according to an analysis made by the financial information platform about investment funds in Romania - SmartFin.ro.

EconMin Popescu: Government approves emergency ordinance to support large energy consumers

The government approved an emergency ordinance on Thursday to support large energy consumers, this being an amendment to the ordinance that allowed the support of 15 branches of industry, said on Thursday the Minister of Economy, Energy and Business Environment, Virgil Popescu, at the end of the government meeting.

Coronavirus latest: Romania's total caseload rises by 198 to 17,585

A number of 198 new cases of people infected with the novel coronavirus have been recorded in Romania since the last last update, bringing the total case count to 17,585, the Strategic Communication Group (GCS) reported on Thursday. Of the people confirmed positive, 10,581 have been declared cured and discharged from hospital. As many as 203 COVID-19 patients are in intensive care.

USR's Nasui: State should scrap minimum wage tax

Chairman of the Save Romania Union (USR) Bucharest branch Claudiu Nasui welcomes the government's plans to cover between 35 and 41.5 percent of the gross wage for every employee who returns to work, but considers that the measure should be broadened in the form of a tax exemption for the minimum wage. "The Orban Government has a good idea and must be supported to implement it.

Pages