Although for the last 10 years the average wage in Bulgaria has grown by almost 90% and the minimum - by 180%, Bulgaria remains the poorest country in the European Union and the inequalities between people continue to deepen. This picture was presented by the President of CITUB Plamen Dimitrov at a conference on social rights.
German Consul Hans E. Tischler said on Thursday that the German investors in Transylvania intend to maintain their businesses because they feel good here. Hans E. Tischler said he visits very often German companies in all of Transylvania and finds that German companies still feel good here and want to stay.
Nurses from all over the country go to a national protest demanding a decent pay for their work, reported the Bulgarian National Television.
They insist on a starting salary of two minimum wages and regulation of working hours. Many of the nurses are doing extra work, claiming they are not paid or working in several places.
Romania is confronted with increased risks in the form of the current account deficit deteriorating and the increase of unit labor costs, and the recent government decisions have increased the risks in the financial sector and they could negatively affect private investment, the European Commission shows in the Country Report Romania published on Wednesday.
Prime Minister Viorica Dancila said on Friday in Parliament that Romania has recorded one of the highest economic growth rates of all the member states in the European Union and provided a state of the play in investment, local administration appropriations, as well as increases in pensions and wages.