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OMV Petrom posts RON 618m net profit in Q1

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OMV Petrom Group has posted a RON 618 million net profit in the first quarter of 2017, up twofold (114%) against the results reported in the similar period last year of RON 288 million, the financial results released on Thursday ...

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Trade deficit up to EUR 2.3bn in Q1

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Romania continues to have higher imports than exports. In the first quarter this year the trade deficit increased by EUR 361.5 million as compared to the similar period in 2016. The FOB/CIF trade deficit increased to EUR 2,317 billion in ...

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Net average wage up by 4.7pc in March

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The net average wage was of RON 2,342 in March this year, up by RON 106 (+4.7%), according to data released on Tuesday by the National Statistics Institute (INS). The gross nominal average wage was of RON 3.256, by 4.8% ...

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Map of indebtedness and savings in Romania: Poorest county – Teleorman

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The statistics on indebtedness and savings capacity offer a view on the discrepancy between the developed and underdeveloped counties of Romania. Thus, the counties in which the population and the companies save more, have on average the highest loans related ...

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How many Romanians were born abroad and in the country? Minister Pastarnac’s statements stir controversies. Official statistics

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The statements on Tuesday by the Minister for Romanians Everywhere, Andreea Păstîrnac, about the fact that more Romanian children were born in 2016 abroad than in Romania, have stirred controversies and some tough reactions. The National Statistics Institute (INS) has ...

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Unemployment rate down to 5.3pc in March

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The unemployment rate was in March of 5.3%, down by 0.1% against the previous month, whereas the number of unemployed fell to 486,000 persons, the National Statistics Institute (INS) informs. The number of unemployed (aged 15-74) in March 2017 was ...

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