In its meeting of April 2, 2019, the Board of the National Bank of Romania decided to keep the monetary policy rate at 2.50 percent per annum; to leave unchanged the deposit facility rate at 1.50 percent per annum and the lending facility rate at 3.50 percent per annum; to maintain the existing levels of minimum reserve requirement ratios on both leu- and foreign currency-denominated liabilities of credit institutions, a release posted on the BNR website reads.
I am in late 50s, great age to become a philosopher! Yet, I am doing my job in journalism, trying to deliver clear and accurate information to our readers, be them expats in Romania or people living abroad and interested in the developments taking place here.
I worked for several important newspapers, attended a Reuters scholarship, had collaborations with Al-Jazeera and Intelstrat. As journalist, I had the opportunity to interview several Romanian ministers and the NATO Secretary General at the time Javier Solana.
Anyway, these are old stories, currently I focus on this news website and, together with my colleagues, I do my best to achieve our goals.
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