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Germany, Italy and France, Romania’s main trading partners in 2017

Germany was Romania’s main trading partner last year, as 20 percent of Romania’s exports and imports of goods were destined or came from the first European economy, Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union, shows. At the same time, ...

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Over EUR 2 bn deficit in international trade with pharmaceutical, medical products

Romania registered last year a deficit of EUR 2.08 billion in international trade with medical and pharmaceutical products, National Institute of Statistics (INS) data reveals. Exports totaled EUR 721.4 million, down by 17.6 percent than in 2015, while imports increased ...

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Trade deficit registered with non-EU countries, in January

Romania registered trade deficit in relation to non-EU countries in January, although in January 2015 had a surplus of EUR 95 million, data released by the Ministry of Economy reveal. The trade relations with non-EU countries had a downward trend, ...

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Romania, the highest trade surplus with the UK at end-October 2015

Romania recorded the highest trade surplus with the United Kingdom during January-October 2015, with a balance of EUR 709.3 million, according to the Economy Ministry data. Egypt ranks the 2nd with about EUR 530 million, followed by Algeria – EUR ...

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Fiscal Council expects a GDP growth of 3.5 pc in 2015. Arrears in the state-owned companies, potential risk for the fiscal sustainability

Fiscal Council (CF) forecasts an economic growth of 3.5 percent this year, close to the value estimated by the European Commission, with the reserve of a weaker agricultural year impact, the annual report of the financial organization says on Tuesday. ...

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Engineering industry, the first in Romanian exports top in Q1

The engineering industry products (including electrotechnics) were ranked first in the top of Romanian exports in the first quarter of this year, all of their value exceeding EUR 6.127 billion, according to data published on the Ministry of Economy website. ...

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