Stevia Hellas Cooperative planning investments totaling 8 million euros

Stevia Hellas Cooperative, a Greek company producing products based on extracts of stevia plant, is planning to invest a total of 8 million euros for the creation of a unit to process stevia leaves and produce the final products, company CEO Christos Stamatis told US Ambassador Geoffrey Pyatt during the latter's brief visit at the cooperative's headquarters in Lamia last week. JusMin Toader, EP's LIBE Committee head discuss making EPPO operational

Justice Minister Tudorel Toader met in Brussels on Tuesday with European Parliament Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs Legislative (LIBE) chair Claude Moraes, discussing, among other things, the priority of making the European Public Prosecutor's Office (EPPO) operational and improving mutual trust and mutual recognition in criminal matters. Romania finalises process of adopting first file in area of economic and financial affairs

The Romanian Presidency of the Council of the European Union has finalized the process of adopting its first file in the area of economic and financial affairs, namely the Regulation as regards the minimum loss coverage for non-performing exposures (NPL), informs the Ministry of Public Finance (MFP).

Salaries of Government Employees in Bulgaria will Rise by 10%

The Government on 9th of January adopted amendments to the Ordinance on the Salaries of Civil Servants. The change is based on the "pay according to performance" principle: each civil servant will receive remuneration in line with the results achieved, reports BNT. 

The salaries of civil servants will be increased by 10% since January this year. Affairs Minister Ciamba to attend GAC meeting on Tuesday, Romanian Presidency's priorities high on agenda

Minister Delegate for European Affairs George Ciamba will attend on Tuesday the meeting of the General Affairs Council (GAC), with Romania's list of priorities while holding the helm of the EU Council topping the event's agenda.