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Happy New Year 2018!

The Romania Journal editorial staff wishes to all the readers in Romania and abroad a very Happy New Year! May all your dreams come true in the coming year and stay close to us, keep reading our website. See you ...

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President Iohannis ahead of 2018: United we can build a better Romania

President Klaus Iohannis has sent a message to Romanians on the occasion of the New Year. “Several hours are still ahead before 2018, the year when we celebrate the Centennial. It’s time for a balance sheet for every one of ...

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German Embassy: We have not received translations of the laws of justice, but we have diplomats who know Romanian and can conduct an analysis

The German Embassy has stated on Friday that it has not received the translation of the laws of justice from the Romanian Foreign Affairs Ministry (MAE), as Florin Iordache has announced, but points out that it has diplomats who know ...

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EC has reimbursed Romania almost EUR 455 M

The European Commission (EC) transferred to Romania EUR 454.061 million on Thursday, representing the reimbursement of funds requested through interim payment requests, submitted by the Managing Authorities under the Ministry of Regional Development, Public Administration and European Funds (MDRAPFE). The ...

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National currency depreciates against euro, ends 2017 with a record low

Romanian Leu hit the weakest value on Friday compared to the euro, the exchange rate announced by the National Bank of Romania (BNR) was RON 4.6597/EUR, up by 0.90 bani (0.19 percent) compared to the value of the previous session, ...

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CNP: Romania’s final energy consumption to increase in the coming years, while imports will fall

Romania’s final energy consumption will grow over the next four years, with annual jumps of more than 2.5 percent, while imports will be lower, Commission for Economic Forecasting (CNP) shows in its Energy Balance Forecast. For 2017, the country’s total ...

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UDMR says will not support the proposed amendments to the Criminal Code and the Criminal Procedure Code

UDMR disagrees with the latest proposals to amend the Criminal Code and the Criminal Procedure Code, especially with the “crazy idea” of imposing a threshold of EUR 200,000 for abuse of office, said UDMR Chairman Kelemen Hunor (photo), Deputy Attila ...

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