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Current account deficit reached EUR 9.4bn, FDI up to 4.9bn, external debt soars by EUR 1.1bn in 2018

In January – December 2018, the balance-of-payments current account posted a deficit of EUR 9,416 million, compared with EUR 5,970 million in January – December 2017. The deficit on trade in goods widened by EUR 2,628 million, the surplus on ...

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Current account deficit up to EUR 8.7bn in 11 months, FDI up to EUR 4.8bn

In January – November 2018, the balance-of-payments current account posted a deficit of EUR 8,730 million, compared with EUR 5,468 million in January – November 2017. The deficit on trade in goods widened by EUR 2,535 million, the surplus on ...

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BNR: Balance-of-payments current account deficit up by 50% to almost EUR 8bn. Total external debt up by EUR 1.492bn

In January – October 2018, the balance-of-payments current account posted a deficit of EUR 7,991 million, compared with EUR 5,267 million in January – October 2017; the deficit on trade in goods widened by EUR 2,041 million, the surplus on ...

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BNR: EUR 5.8bn current account deficit, external debt up by EUR 648m in eight months. FDI slightly down

In January – August 2018, the balance-of-payments current account posted a deficit of EUR 5,830 million, compared with EUR 4,231 million in January – August 2017; the deficit on trade in goods widened by EUR 1,472 million, the surplus on ...

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IMF revises estimates on Romanian economy’s advance, down to 4pc

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has revised downwards the estimates regarding the advance of Romanian economy this year and next year, following the moderation of incentives that stimulated the growth in 2017, the ‘World Economic Outlook’ report, issued on Tuesday, ...

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Romania’s economy to grow at an average annual rate of 5.5 pc in 2019-2021, Gov’t estimates

The Romanian economy will grow more sustainably during 2019 – 2021 period, with an estimated average annual rate of 5.5 percent, while the domestic demand (consumption and investment) will continue to represent the main driver of the economic growth, according ...

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